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The transmission of auditory signals and other data to a remote site by hard-wired or antenna-based signals.
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Memon, the Chairman of the Department of Telecommunication Engineering, who also talked about the role played by International Telecommunication Union (ITU), since its establishment on 17th May 1865, in the social development of human kind.
Recipients of silver medals for securing second position included Nimra Khan of Computer Engineering, Amber Jabeen of Electronic Engineering, Mohammad Atiq of Telecommunication Engineering, Tehreem Hamid of Biomedical Engineering, Syeda Shadab Raza of Civil Engineering and Sara Shakeel of Computer Science.
Wednesday, Gul-e-Zahra of Electronic Engineering, Sadia Ghani Malik of Computer Engineering, Fiza Burney of Telecommunication Engineering,
Recipients of Silver Medal for securing second position included Sana Waseem (Computer Engineering), Noman Akhtar (Electronic Engineering), Bilal Saeed (Telecommunication Engineering), Amna Ghani (Biomedical Engineering), Zia Ali (Civil Engineering) and Muhammad Arabi Tayyab (Computer Science).
According to details; the University of Punjab Quaid-i-Azam Campus Lahore has one seat for the subjects of BSc (Engg: Metallurgy & Materials Engineering, BSc (Engg: Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering, BSc (Engg: Industrial Engineering & Management and BSc (Engg: Chemical Engineering each for which FSC (Pre-Engg J securing not less than 60% marks is required.
The admissions will be given in Architecture and Planning, Chemical Engineering, Computer System engineering, Electronic Engineering, Energy and Environment Engineering, Industrial Engineering and Management, Metallurgy and Materials Engineering, Petroleum and Gas Engineering and Telecommunication Engineering. Dr.
An official of the institution said on Saturday that the ceremony would mark the start of classes for new entrants of the university admitted to the engineering disciplines of Computer, Bio-Medical, Civil, Electronics, Telecommunication Engineering and Computer Science.
The test will be in the disciplines of Computer, Civil, Bio-Medical, Electronics and Telecommunication engineering and Computer Science.
ISLAMABAD, March 08, 2011 (Balochistan Times): COMSATS Institute of Information Technology (CIIT) in collaboration with Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) will establish a world class centre of Telecommunication Engineering to bring Pakistan at par with other developed countries.

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