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Dk. Manmohan Singh kufungua kituo cha TEKNOHAMA

Discussion in 'Habari na Hoja mchanganyiko' started by mohermes, May 26, 2011.

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    mohermes Senior Member

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    Waziri mkuu wa India kesho atafungua kituo cha Teknolojia na mawasiliano(TEKNOHAMA) katika Taasisi ya Twknolojia DSM (DIT) ambapo kuna mojawapo ya supercompyuta kubwa Africa.
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    Acha hii tabia ya ''kikwere'' ya kuweka takataka kwenye majina .......
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    Kama vile Slaa, Dk. Wa Kanoni bila degree hata moja. Duhh, huyu kiboko yao.
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    Dr Singh is a distinguished scholar huwezi kumlinganisha na JK wala Slaa.

    After the Partition of India, his family migrated to Amritsar, India, where he studied at Hindu College. He attended Panjab University, Chandigarh, studying Economics and got his bachelor's and master's degrees in 1952 and 1954, respectively, standing first throughout his academic career. He went on to read for the Economics Tripos at Cambridge as a member of St John's College. He won the Wright's Prize for distinguished performance in 1955 and 1957. He was also one of the few recipients of the Wrenbury scholarship. In 1962, Singh completed his studies from the University of Oxford where he was a member of Nuffield College. The title of his doctoral thesis was "India's export performance, 1951–1960, export prospects and policy implications" and his thesis supervisor was Dr. I.M.D. Little. This thesis later grew into the book "India's Export Trends and Prospects for Self-Sustained Growth".[6]
    In 1997, the University of Alberta awarded him an Honorary Doctor of Law degree. The University of Oxford awarded him an honorary Doctor of Civil Law degree in June 2006, and in October 2006, the University of Cambridge followed with the same honour. St. John's College further honoured him by naming a Ph.D Scholarship after him, the Dr. Manmohan Singh Scholarship.
    After completing his Ph.D., Singh worked for the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) from 1966–1969. During the 1970s, he taught at the University of Delhi and worked for the Ministry of Foreign Trade with the former Cabinet Minister for Foreign Trade, Lalit Narayan Mishra. As the Minister of Foreign Trade, Lalit Narayan Mishra was one of the first to recognize Singh's talent as an economist and appointed him his advisor at the Ministry of Foreign Trade. Singh and Mishra first met, coincidentally, on a flight from India to Chile. Mishra was on his way to Santiago, Chile to attend an UNCTAD meeting.

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    Ndio leo mmegundua ni Dr? miaka 15 yote iliyopita mlikuwa wapi? Makaburu ni makaburu tu!
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