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STAFF REPORT KHI: Engr Adil Usman, President Aligarh Muslim University Old Boys Association, and Chancellor Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technolog, performed the ground-breaking ceremony of the great project Sir Syed Tower’.
The Tower is the great source of historical value as an academic and corporate hub for the promotion of intellectual, cultural and academic activities.
"Fortunately, today construction work of the tower is taking its start and this happiest moment is
As our oil resources are getting scarcer day by day, we are forced to look for new sources of energy for our energy hungry world. Enormous efforts are being made to harness solar energy efficiently and economically. The potential of solar energy can be estimated from the fact that we receive about 1000 watts per square meter and a total of 105 TW (terra watts) of energy from the sun every year. Less than 1 per cent of his energy is sufficient to meet electricity demands of the whole