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Refugees: A solutionless 2k17

Mohammed Salman AliFirst year B.Tech student(Electronics and Communication Engineering)TKM College of Engineering, Kollam, KeralaIndiaAge:192017 passes away from us leaving so many questions before us. Looking back to this year, are we proud of things done by us? Can we met and solved the ethical issues in 2016? Considering the ethical issues in the world, the first image that comes in my mind is the innocent face of a refugee. Yes, what did they do?When we look at the history of refugees, we…See More
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Refugees: A solutionless 2k17

Mohammed Salman AliFirst year B.Tech student(Electronics and Communication Engineering)TKM College of Engineering, Kollam, KeralaIndiaAge:192017 passes away from us leaving so many questions before us. Looking back to this year, are we proud of things done by us? Can we met and solved the ethical issues in 2016? Considering the ethical issues in the world, the first image that comes in my mind is the innocent face of a refugee. Yes, what did they do?When we look at the history of refugees, we…See More
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Communication, Democracy, Education, Environment, Ethics, Human Rights, Innovation, Migration, Peace, Poverty, Religion, Science, Sustainability, Technology, War
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I am Mohammed Salman Ali. I am currently studying first year B.Tech in Electronics and Communication engineering in TKM College of Engineering, Kollam, Kerala.
I hope to gain global level of understanding, working towards different ethics in different regions.

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Refugees: A solutionless 2k17

Posted on December 31, 2017 at 12:53pm 0 Comments

Mohammed Salman Ali

First year B.Tech student(Electronics and Communication Engineering)

TKM College of Engineering, Kollam, Kerala

India

Age:19



2017 passes away from us leaving so many questions before us. Looking back to this year, are we proud of things done by us? Can we met and solved the ethical issues in 2016? Considering the ethical issues in the world, the first image that comes in my mind is the innocent face of a refugee. Yes, what did they… Continue

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