• Apj Abdul Kalam
    ] Before his term as India's president, he worked as an aeronautical engineer with DRDO and ISRO. He is popularly known as the Missile Man of India for his work on development of ballistic missile and space rocket technology.[6] In India he is highly respected as a scientistand as an engineer. Kalam...
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  • Idustrial revolution
    were common. People produced the bulk of their own food, clothing, furniture and tools. Most manufacturing was done in homes or small, rural shops, using hand tools or simple machines. A number of factors contributed to Britain’s role as the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. For one, it...
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  • Engineering
    out about engineering. Maybe one day one of the Seven Wonders of the World won t be a wonder. Engineering today is based off the past of the engineering field. Engineers from ancient times contributed plenty of information on engineering. Today engineering is put to the test by building towering...
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  • American Influence
    II. Born in the United States in 1886, he was educated as an engineer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He came to Canada in 1908 to teach at Dalhousie University, Halifax. During the 1930s Howe became a very successful businessman building grain elevators. Supporters told him to...
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  • Landscape Architecture and Green Design
    filter stormwater runoff polluted with oils and metals—are starting to pop up in parking lots and along streets from Portland, Ore., to Philadelphia. Green roofs that absorb stormwater, insulate buildings and reduce the urban heat-island effect, are proliferating across the nation. In Houston, a...
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  • Human Resources
    and mitigation require staff with expertise similar to those needed for monitoring and surveillance, as well as engineers, architects, and specialists in agriculture, forestry, food storage, water supply and sanitation. Vulnerability reduction calls for the skills of sociologists, economists and...
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  • To Explore the Role of Quantity Surveyors, Generally, and in Malaysia Construction Industry and How This Has Changed in the Last 30 Years
    of Building (CIOB) (2013), quantity surveyors (QSs) are known as cost consultants or commercial managers, the role of a quantity surveyor is to keep a close eye on the various costs of a project, including materials, time taken and workers' salaries. They make sure that a construction project is as...
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  • Al Gore at the Web 2.0 Conference- Nyt
    an existential threat.” Mr. Gore called on President-elect Barack Obama to set a national goal of getting 100 percent of America’s electricity from renewable and non-carbon sources within a decade. John F. Kennedy’s declaration that the nation would land a man on the moon in ten years was...
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  • Character Building
    primary co-agents. In the early years up to maturity, parents play a predominant, but gradually, decreasing role in character building. As the man passes through adolescence onto adulthood, he becomes the architect and engineer of his own character formation, and other factors take on more subdued...
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  • Nation Building
    the situation of Nigeria as Atrophy. All these are because people of these nation have failed to understand what God expects from them hence Moral education is necessary. Morality is the pillar every great nation directly or indirectly stands with. Educating people on morality is building a new...
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  • Singapore 21 & Nation Building
    the results of this study. It served as the basis for the Singapore 21 Vision as adopted by the Republic.[1] By examining this Vision, the essay seeks to understand the nation-building process in Singapore as well as the role that Singapore 21 plays in the process. It argues that Singapore 21...
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  • Smriti Gaba
    do benefits society. Engineers develop transportation systems that help people and products move about easily. Engineers design the buildings that we live and work in, the systems that deliver our water and electricity, the machinery that produces our food, and the medical equipment that keeps us...
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  • engineering strategies practice training session
    members and donors with ever-increasing social returns. These social returns come first and foremost from development impact. While development impact is inherently difficult to quantify, we strive to intelligently measure it. Social returns also result from our role helping Canadian engineers...
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  • Role of Engineer
    change hand in hand and closely integrated to complement each engineers are playing a significant role in the nation fast pace development. Engineer also must have given greater contribution with awareness in safety, health and environment and also must keep abreast with the development of technology...
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  • Us Rise to Super Power
    How did the US raise itself to superpower status The US emerged from the second world war as the most powerful nation on earth, but how did we get there? We sure didn’t start off as a feared or ever respected country. In my paper I will inform you the events that took place, and the role they...
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  • Usama
    Position Gender Age Required Special Skills Architects Saudi Arabia N.M. N.M. N.M. Bachelor/ Masters in Architectural Engineer with 8-10 years in Exterior & Interior Designing, all kinds of Finishing Materials, AutoCAD, Hi-Rise Buildings, 5-Star Hotels, Infrastructure, Landscaping, Hardscaping...
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  • A Case-Study on Training & Development of Pakistan International Airline
    a large number of pilots, engineers, flight stewards/stewardesses, traffic and sales personnel from over 30 airlines and associated agencies worldwide, mostly from Asian and African countries. PIA TRAINING FACILITY Main Building: Three-storey Centrally Air- conditioned...
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  • Systems, Society and Sustainability
    University Press, pp. 72-93. Parikh P., Parikh H. and McRobie A., (2012) The role of infrastructure in improving human settlements, Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Urban Design and Planning. Energy crisis and The World Commission on Environment and renewable energy Development...
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  • Cultural Diversity and International Business
    CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS What is International Business? International business is a term used to collectively describe all commercial transactions (private and governmental, sales, investments, logistics,and transportation) that take place between two or more nations. It...
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  • Industrial Revolution in the 1900's
    (as opposed to charcoal-fired) furnace. In the 1850s, British engineer Henry Bessemer (1813-1898) developed the first inexpensive process for mass-producing steel. Both iron and steel became essential materials, used to make everything from appliances, tools and machines, to ships, buildings and...
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