Ned University Of Engineering And Technology (Education)

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The NED University of Engineering & Technology, was established in March 1977 under an act of the Provincial Assembly of Sindh after upgrading of the former NED Government Engineering College, which was set up in 1922. The NED University is thus one of the oldest institution in Pakistan for teaching and producing Engineering graduates. Prior to this, the D.J.Sindh College , used to run classes to train subordinates for the Sindh P.W.D., the Municipalities and Local Boards.
  • Details
  • Motto:

    Building a Better World for Tomorrow

  • In Urdu:

    این ای ڈی یونیورسٹی کراچی

  • Type:

    Public

  • Established:

    1921

  • Chancellor:

    Prof. Dr. Sarosh Hashmat Lodi

  • Vice Chancellor:

    Muhammad Afzal Haque

  • Academic staff:

    250

  • Administrative staff:

    14

  • Students:

    8,458

  • Location:

    University Rd, Karachi 75270

  • Headquarter:

    Karachi

  • Campus:

    Urban

  • Nickname:

    NED

  • Registrar:

    Ghazanfar Hussain

  • Faculty:

    Prof. Dr. Muhammad Tufail,Prof. Dr. Sarosh Hashmat Lodi, Prof. Dr. Muhammad Tufail,Prof. Dr. Mir Shabbar Ali,,Prof. Dr. Muhammad Tufail,Prof. Dr. Saad Ahmed Qazi,Prof. Dr. Muhammad Tufail

  • Affiliated Colleges:

    (GCT), (IIEE), Institute of Aviation Technology, PAF, PCSIR Pak Swiss Training Centre (PSTC), Karachi Tools, Dies & Moulds Centre, Pakistan Marine Academy,Usman Institute of Technology

  • Student Facilities:

    Duty Society, Book Bank, Plain Paper Copiers, Stationary Shop, Sports Facilities,Hostel Facilities, Transport

  • Publications:

    NSIGHT (NED's Official E-Zine), SCRIBE Newsletters

  • Research Journals:

    NEDUET Journal of Research, Journal of Social Sciences & Interdisciplinary Research, Journal of Research in Architecture & Planning

  • Colours:

    Blue, maroon,Amber

  • Affiliation:

    PEC ,HEC

  • Website:

    http://www.neduet.edu.pk/

History

NED University of Karachi
NED University of Karachi
On August 29, 1921 College Principal C.S Shahani made a concerted effort to get Engineering Degree classes started to meet demands of Civil Engineers on the project for completion of the Sukkur Barrage. Application to this effect was made to the University of Bombay through the Commissioner of Sindh, who was ex-officio president of Sindh Collegiate Association (a registered society of subscribers for providing higher education in Sindh). The Bombay University however rejected the application on the grounds of insufficient finance and insisted on entirely separate buildings, laboratories for the engineering college as a separate institution. After collection of donations from the Puribai and Becharbai Trust, Vishandas Fatehchand Brothers and one huge donation (for that time) of Rs.150,000 from Mr. Nadirshaw Edulji Dinshaw, the new college buildings and laboratories were constructed on separate land. The new college was originally the Prince of Wales Engineering College but later renamed in memory of Nadirshaw Edulji Dinshaw. The NED College was provisionally granted affiliation on 23-05-1923 by the University of Bombay for the first and second year courses in Civil Engineering and 78 students were provisionally admitted into first year classes in 1922. Permanent affiliation followed in February 1927. The first-full time Principal of NED Engineering College was Mr. G.N.Gokhale who joined on 1st July 1923. Prior to this, Rai Sahib Bhupatrai had acted as Honorary Principal. The first professor (and Vice Principal) was Mr. S.B. Jannarkar who, along with Mr. Gokhale, did all the spadework in organizing and equipping the various departments and ordering the equipment for the Power House, Boiler Room, Hydraulics Laboratory, Engine Room and Machine Shops.

The Original NED Engineering

  1. The original NED Engineering College was housed in four blocks of buildings and two sheds. The main block was named as Seth Fatehchand Dewandas Khilnani Hall. The block housing the Power House, Electrical and Hydraulics Laboratories, and Workshops was named after Bai Puribai and Bacharbai. Further additions were made to this block to provide accommodation for the Machine Shop on the ground floor and a (Mechanical) Drawing Hall on the first floor. The fourth block, completed in 1945, contained a Classroom and Clerk's Office on the ground floor and another (Civil) Drawing Hall on the first floor.
  2. Two sheds were also built, one to house the Carpentry and Smithy Shops, and the other, alongside the Electrical Laboratory and Engine Room, to train technicians. The total cost of the buildings was just over Rs. 265,000 and the cost of equipment (including machinery, electrical instruments; models, steam, gas and oil engines; surveying and leveling instruments), books and furniture was just under Rs. 400,000. The college remained affiliated to the University of Bombay from its inception in 1922 to 1947, after which it was taken over by the Government of Sindh; renamed as NED Government Engineering College and affiliated to the University of Sindh. After establishment of the University of Karachi in 1951, the affiliation of the College was transferred to this University. In 1964 a comprehensive plan was prepared to shift the college from its location in the congested downtown area (where no expansion was possible) to a new site adjoining the University of Karachi. The project was carried out with the assistance of the World Bank which provided Rs.118 millions in two phases and the College was shifted to its new 40 hectare Main Campus in 1975.
  3. On the 1st of March, 1977 the NED Government Engineering College became the NED University of Engineering and Technology. From an enrolment of 50 students in 1923, the student population, at both undergraduate and graduate levels, has now gone up to nearly 7000. The faculty of Bio-Medical Engineering is located at NED LEJ Campus for which the land and building - estimated value Rs. 350 million - was donated by (Late) Latif Ebrahim Jamal, a well known philanthropist.
  4. The first Vice Chancellor of the University was Mr. A. M. Akhoond who was succeeded in sequential order by Prof. Dr. A. T. Khan, Prof. Dr. Jameel Ahmed Khan, Prof. Dr. M. Munir Hasan, Prof. Dr. A. Q. Qazi, Engr. Abul Kalam, Prof. Dr. M. Afzal Haque and Prof. Dr. Sarosh Hashmat Lodi is the present Vice Chancellor.[1]  History 

Vice Chancelloss Message

Vice Chancellor’s Message
Vice Chancellor’s Message
  1. It is my privilege to get this opportunity to serve NED University as its 7th Vice Chancellor. I am indebted to Allah Almighty for His continued blessings on me. I am also thankful to all my colleagues for trusting me for this responsibility.
  2. I have felt great affection with this wonderful institution all my life. NED University is Pakistan’s flagship engineering institution which shall soon be celebrating its centenary. The university is known for producing high quality graduates and for its service to the nation. It has become a place of excellence in Pakistan in higher education and scientific research. These are the results of sustained efforts the university has made over the years towards faculty development, and creativity and innovation.[2]  Vice Chancellos's Message 
  3. NED University provides best learning environment to its students and researchers. The university has state of the art laboratories for use by the students, faculty and industry. Our mission is to make research and development, and innovation a strategic priority for the university, as these are essential elements for the sustainable development and economic growth of the country. The university aims to strengthen its existing linkages with other academic institutions, government and industry, and to develop new linkages. It is my utmost desire to see NED University becoming a leading university in the region and the world.
  4. Dr. Sarosh Hashmat Lodi
  5. Vice Chancellor
  6. NED University of Engineering and Technology

Faculty And Departments

University Organization

Vice Chancellor

Prof. Dr. Sarosh Hashmat Lodi[3]  University Organization 
  1. B.E.(Civil),
  2. M.S.(USA),
  3. Ph.D.(UK)
  4. Tel: (9221)99261261-8 ext. 2242
  5. Fax: (9221)99261255
  6. Email: vc@neduet.edu.pk

Pro Vice Chancellor

Prof. Dr. Muhammad Tufail
  1. B.E. (Mech); M.Sc (UK); Ph.D. (UK); 
  2. Mem. ASME; 
  3. Asso. Mem. IMechE; 
  4. Mem. ASM; Mem. PEC.
  5. Tel: (9221)99261261-8 ext
  6. Email: pvc@neduet.edu.pk

Dean Civil Engineering Architecture CEA

Prof. Dr. Mir Shabbar Ali
  1. B.E (Civil) NED University,
  2. M.S.(University of Okalhoma, USA),
  3. Ph.D.in Transportation,University of Birmingham, UK
  4. Tel: (9221)99230601
  5. Fax: (9221)99261255
  6. Email: deancea@neduet.edu.pk

Dean Mechanical Manufacturing Engineering MME

Prof. Dr. Muhammad Tufail
  1. B.E. (Mech); M.Sc (UK); Ph.D. (UK); 
  2. Mem. ASME; 
  3. Asso. Mem. IMechE; 
  4. Mem. ASM; Mem. PEC.
  5. Tel: (9221)99261261-8 ext. 2329 
  6. Fax: (9221)99261255
  7. Email: deanmme@neduet.edu.pk

Dean Electrical Computer Engineering ECE

Prof. Dr. Saad Ahmed Qazi 
  1. Ph.D (DSP)(UK)
  2. M.Sc (DSP)
  3. B.E. (Elect.) 
  4. Tel: (9221)99261261-8 ext. 2390 
  5. Fax: (9221)99261255
  6. Email: deanece@neduet.edu.pk

Dean Information Sciences Humanities ISH Additional Charge

Prof. Dr. Muhammad Tufail
  1. B.E. (Mech); M.Sc (UK); Ph.D. (UK); 
  2. Mem. ASME; 
  3. Asso. Mem. IMechE; 
  4. Mem. ASM; Mem. PEC.
  5. Tel: (9221)99261261-8 ext. 2204 
  6. Fax: (9221)99261255
  7. Email: deanish@neduet.edu.pk

Dean Chemical and Process Engineering CPE

Prof. Dr. Muhammad Tufail
  1. B.E. (Mech); M.Sc (UK); Ph.D. (UK); 
  2. Mem. ASME; 
  3. Asso. Mem. IMechE; 
  4. Mem. ASM; Mem. PEC.
  5. Tel: (9221)99261261-8 ext. 2323 
  6. Fax: (9221)99261255
  7. Email: deancpe@neduet.edu.pk

Dean Bio-Medical Engineering BME Acting Charge

Prof. Dr. Mir Shabbar Ali
  1. B.E (Civil) NED University,
  2. M.S.(University of Okalhoma, USA),
  3. Ph.D.in Transportation,University of Birmingham, UK
  4. Tel: (9221)99230601
  5. Fax: (9221)99261255
  6. Email: deanbme@neduet.edu.pk

Registrar

Mr. Syed Ghazanfar Hussain
  1. M.Phil / PhD in progress (UoK);                      
  2. M.Sc.( Physical Chemistry) (UoK) (Gold Medal)
  3. Tel: (9221)99261261-8 ext. 2201 
  4. Fax: (9221)99261255
  5. Email: registrar@neduet.edu.pk

Student Facilities

Duty Society

The Society gives interest free loans to the students in need of financial help. The terms of such loans and application forms may be obtained from the Secretary of the Society.

Book Bank

Library of NED of Karachi
Library of NED of Karachi
Text books are issued at nominal charges to the needy students for one academic year on their enrolling as member of the Book Bank. The books are required to be returned to the Library Book Bank at the end of the academic year.

Plain Paper Copiers

Copies of documents can be obtained from PPC at nominal cost.

Stationary Shop

There is a University General Store on the Campus for meeting the general stationary requirements of the students. It works on a noprofit basis and is managed by a committee of members from the teaching staff.

Sports Facilities

Sports Facilities
Sports Facilities
University Sports complex headed by Manager Sports provides facilities for athletics, badminton, cricket, football, table tennis, hockey, physical fitness & basket ball.

Hostel Facilities

The University has one residential hall situated adjacent to the Campus named: Muhammad Bin Qasim Hostel. The hostel has the following common facilities: Common Room, Prayer Hall, Warden’s Office and Room. The accommodation in the residential hall is mainly for non-residents of Karachi and is allocated by the Committee appointed by the ViceChancellor. Every applicant for accommodation in the hall is required to apply on the prescribed form, obtainable from the National Bank of Pakistan and Habib Metropolitan Bank, NED Branch, well before the commencement of the academic session each year except for the fresh entrants who shall apply as soon as they are selected for admission. Resident students are required to comply with all conditions of residence as prescribed by the University.

Boys Common Room

The Boys’ Common Room is provided with the facilities of indoor games, telephone and necessary reading material.

Girls Common Room

A Girls’ Common Room is also available. It is properly furnished with necessary comforts such as attached bath / powder room. A maid servant is also provided to the girls’ common room.

Transport

Transport Facilities
Transport Facilities
Shuttle Bus transport may be provided by the University from convenient points. The places and charges are determined by the University and notified as such.

Affiliated Colleges

Government College of Technology GCT

  1. Plot No.F-13, 
  2. Sindh Industrial Trading Estate(SITE) Karachi-75700[4]  Affiliated Colleges 
  3. Ph : 92 21 2562888, +92 21 2580212 
  4. FAX: 2564503 
  5. Website: www.gctkarachi.com
  6. E-mail: info@gctkarachi.com

Institute of Industrial Electronics Engg. IIEE

  1. St-22/C, Block-6, Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Karachi-75300. 
  2. Ph: +92 2139244218-20
  3. Fax: +92 21 34966274
  4. URL: www.iiee.edu.pk
  5. E-mail: iiee@khi.comsat.net.pk

Institute of Aviation Technology PAF

  1. PAF Base, Korangi Creek, Karachi 
  2. Ph: +92 21 35090250, +92-21-35090222 
  3. Fax: +92 21 99231453

PCSIR Pak Swiss Training Centre PSTC

  1. Campus PCSIR Labs Complex
  2. Off University Road, Karachi-75280
  3. Ph: +92 21 34641962, +92 21 34641963
  4. Fax: +92 21 34641962, +92 21 34643921 
  5. Website: www.pakswiss.com.pk
  6. Email: pakswiss@super.net.pk

Karachi Tools Dies Moulds Centre

  1. Sector No. 38, Deh Dih, NC No. 24
  2. Korangi Creek, Industrial Park, Korangi Industrial Area, Korangi Creek Road, Karachi.
  3. Ph: +92 21 35121888, +92 21 35120499 
  4. +92 21 35120500 
  5. Fax: +92 21 35121890

Pakistan Marine Academy

Hawks Bay Road, Maripur, Karachi-757800
  1. Phone No. 99241201-5
  2. Fax: 99241206 
  3. Website: www.marineacademy.edu.pk
  4. Email:commandant@marineacademy.edu.pk

Usman Institute of Technology

  1. St-13 Block-7, Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Abul Hassan Isphahani Road, Karachi.
  2. Phone No: 34978274-5, 34982464 
  3. Fax No. 34976181 
  4. URL: www.uit.edu.pk
  5. E-mail:dacademics@uit.edu

College of Management Sciences

  1. Management House Shahrah-e-lran, 
  2. Clifton Karachi

University Bodies

  1. Authorities of the University
  2. The Senate
  3. The Syndicate
  4. The Academic Council
  5. The Board of Faculties
  6. The Board of Studies
  7. The Advance Studies & Research Board
  8. The Finance & Planning Committee
  9. The Affiliation Committee
  10. The Selection Board
  11. The Selection Board for BPS 21
  12. The University Development Working Party

Faculties Departments

Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture CEA

  1. Dean Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture[5]  Faculties & Departments 
  2. Department of Civil Engineering
  3. Department of Environmental Engineering
  4. Department of Architecture and Planning
  5. Department of Urban and Infrastructure Engineering
  6. Department of Petroleum Engineering
  7. Department of Earthquake Engineering

Faculty of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering MME

  1. Dean Faculty of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
  2. Department of Mechanical Engineering
  3. Department of Textile Engineering
  4. Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
  5. Department of Automotive and Marine Engineering

Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering ECE

  1. Dean Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering
  2. Department of Electrical Engineering
  3. Department of Computer and Information Systems Engineering
  4. Department of Electronic Engineering

Faculty of Information Sciences and Humanities ISH

  1. Dean Faculty of Information Sciences and Humanities
  2. Department of Computer Science & Software Engineering
  3. Department of Mathematics
  4. Department of Physics
  5. Department of Chemistry
  6. Department of Humanities

Faculty of Chemical Process Engineering CPE

  1. Dean Faculty of Chemical & Process Engineering
  2. Department of Materials Engineering
  3. Department of Metallurgical Engineering
  4. Department of Chemical Engineering
  5. Department of Polymer and Petrochemical Engineering

Faculty of Bio-Medical Engineering BME

  1. Dean Faculty of Bio-Medical Engineering
  2. Department of Bio-Medical Engineering
  3. Department of Food Engineering

Faculty of Maritime Engineering

  1. Dean Faculty of Maritime Engineering

Academic Programmes

Civil Engineering

4 years Bachelor of Engineering Programme[6]  Academic Programmes Civil Engineering
  1. Construction Engineering
  2. 2.5 Years M.Engg. Programme
Structural Engineering
  1. Geo-technical Engineering
  2. Transportation Engineering
  3. Coastal and Water Resources Engineering
  4. 2.5 Years MEM Programme
Construction Management
  1. Water Resource Management
  2. Ph.D. In various Research areas

Urban Infrastructure Engineering

4 years Bachelor of Engineering ProgrammeUrban Engineering
  1. 2.5 Years MEM Programme
2.5 Years MEM Programme
  1. Transportation Infrastructure Management
Ph.D. In various Research areas

Petroleum Engineering

4 Years Bachelor of Engineering Programme
  1. Petroleum Engineering

Architecture Planning

5 years Bachelor of Architecture ProgrammeArchitecture
  1. 2.5 Years Master Programme
2.5 Years Master Programme
  1. Urban & Regional Planning
  2. Architecture
Ph.D. In various Research areas

Environmental Engineering

2.5 Years M.Engg. Programme
  1. Environmental Engineering
2.5 Years MEM Programme
  1. Environmental Management
Ph.D. In various Research areas

Earthquake Engineering

2.5 Years M.Engg. Programme
  1. Structural Earthquake Engineering
1.5 years MS Programme
  1. Disaster Management & Sciences
Ph.D. In various Research areas

Mechanical Engineering

4 years Bachelor of Engineering ProgrammeMechanical Engineering
  1. 2.5 Years M.Engg. Programme
Design
  1. Energy Systems
  2. Renewable Energy
  3. Mechatronics
  4. Ph.D. In various Research areas
Ph.D. In various Research areasYear PGD Programme
  1. Coal Power Engineering

Textile Engineering

4 years Bachelor of Engineering Programme
  1. Textile Engineering
2.5 Years M.Engg. Programme
  1. Textile Engineering
2.5 Years MEM Programme
  1. Textile Management
Ph.D. In various Research areas

Industrial Manufacturing Engineering

4 years Bachelor of Engineering Programme
  1. Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering
2.5 Years M.Engg. Programme
  1. Manufacturing Engineering
2.5 Years MEM Programme
  1. Industrial Managaement
  2. Quality Management
Ph.D. In various Research areas

Automotive Marine Engineering

4 years Bachelor of Engineering Programme
  1. Electrical Engineering
2.5 Years M.Engg. Programme
  1. Control Systems
  2. Electrical Power Systems
  3. Electrical Machines & Drives
2.5 Years MEM Programme
  1. Energy Management
Ph.D. In various Research areas

Computer Information Systems Engineering

4 years Bachelor of Engineering Programme
  1. Computer & Information Systems Engineering
2.5 Years M.Engg. Programme
  1. Computer Architecture & Systems Design
  2. Computer Network & Performance Evaluation
Ph.D. In various Research areas

Electronic Engineering

4 years Bachelor of Engineering Programme
  1. Electronic Engineering
  2. Telecommunications Engineering
2.5 Years M.Engg. Programme
  1. Micro System Design
  2. Industrial Electronics
  3. Telecommunications Engineering
Ph.D. In various Research areas

Chemical Engineering

4 years Bachelor of Engineering Programme
  1. Chemical Engineering
2.5 Years M.Engg. Programme
  1. Chemical Engineering

Materials Engineering

4 years Bachelor of Engineering Programme
  1. Materials Engineering
2.5 Years M.Engg. Programme
  1. Materials Engineering
Ph.D. In various Research areas

Metallurgical Engineering

4 years Bachelor of Engineering Degree
  1. Metallurgical Engineering

Polymer Petrochemical Engineering

4 years Bachelor of Engineering Degree
  1. Polymer & Petrochemical Engineering

Bio-Medical Engineering

5 years Bachelor of Engineering Programme
  1. Bio-Medical Engineering (Medical Stream)
  2. Bio-Medical Engineering (Bio Stream)
2.5 Years M.Engg. Programme
  1. Bio-Medical Engineering
Ph.D. In various Research areas

Food Engineering

5 years Bachelor of Engineering Programme
  1. Food Engineering

Computer Science Software Engineering

4 years Bachelor Programme
  1. Software Engineering
  2. Computer Science & Information Technology
2.5 Years MS Programme
  1. Computer Science & Information Technology
  2. Information Security
Ph.D. In various Research areas

Mathematics

4 years Bachelor of Science Programme
  1. Computational Finance (BSCF)
2.5 Years MS Programme
  1. Applied Mathematics
Ph.D. In various Research areas

Chemistry

4 years Bachelor of Science Programme
  1. Industrial Chemistry (BSIC)
2.5 Years MS Programme
  1. Industrial Chemistry

Physics

4 years Bachelor of Science Programme
  1. Applied Physics (BSAP)
2.5 Years MS Programme
  1. Physics

Humanities

2 Years MS Programme
  1. Applied Linguistics

Research Groups Centers

  1. NED - DICE Energy Innovation Centre[7]  Research Groups & Centers 
  2. High Performance Computing Centre (HPCC)
  3. Emerging Technologies Research Group
  4. Office of Research, Innovation and Commercialization (ORIC)
  5. Construction Materials Research Group (CMRG)
  6. Network of Excellence in Energy Development Group (NEED Group)
  7. Electronics Design Centre

Publications

  1. NSIGHT (NED's Official E-Zine)
  2. SCRIBE Newsletters

Research Journals

  1. NEDUET Journal of Research
  2. Journal of Social Sciences & Interdisciplinary Research
  3. Journal of Research in Architecture & Planning

Administrative Departments

  1. Registrar
  2. Directorate of Finance
  3. Examination
  4. Directorate of Services
  5. IT Department
  6. Directorate of UA & FA
  7. Student Affairs
  8. Directorate of Industrial Liaison
  9. Directorate of Planning & Projects
  10. Advanced Studies Research Board (ASRB)
  11. QMC / QEC
  12. Medical Department
  13. Audit Department
  14. Office of Research, Innovation and Commercialization (ORIC)

Students Affairs

Welcome

Yearly Objective 2017
Yearly Objective 2017
Welcome to the Department of Students’ Affairs (DSA) that aims to facilitate you throughout your stay atthis academia through a wide range of activities, services and resources that are provided to studentsrelated with their academic, co-curricular and professional pursuits. The department is actively helpingstudents in becoming aware of the different opportunities and services that are made available to themthrough the concerted efforts of the university management and the staff at the DSA. The DSA offers and awards scholarships to the deserving students of NED University through privatefunded donors, govt., etc. This department organizes multiple events/ programmes in collaboration withthe different society in-charges. Sports Section of this department provides various sports facilities andarranges different sports activities. Students are facilitated with bus passes on nominal charges as well as with concession on travelling fare for train and plane. Various Canteens are functioning under the DSA toprovide hygienic and quality food to the students. Photocopy shops are also functioning under DSA wherestudents can get photocopies on reasonable rates. Girls Common Room facilities (GCR) and BoysCommon Room (BCR) are maintained and furnished with necessary comfort for female and malestudents. In addition to above DSA issues Clearance Certificate to outgoing students, and also facilitatesthe students by attesting academic documents of the students for PEC Registration and Higher Studies.[8]  WELCOME 

Yearly Objective 2017

Organizing Mega Sports Event (Sports Gala) in collaboration with Ministry of Sports

CCEE

CCEE offers courses for Engineering, Information Technology, Management and Conversion Programs. Short and long duration courses are offered in these subjects.[9]  CCEE 

Scholarships

The university offers Need cum Merit scholarships, and distinguished student scholarships for students securing top three positions in class. Most of these are provided by private foundations, NGOs, and Alumni.[10] Enter Reference Here

Events

The university hosts musical events, sports events and IT events. Its IT event is ITEC (Information Technology Exhibition & Competition), organised by the students of university Department of Computer Science and Information Technology. It is an all Pakistan competition with the participation of almost all the major universities. Recently in December, NEDUET hosted DICE Energy 2014. Around 41 projects were registered in the exhibition. Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan was the chief guest.


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