Dr.Jayarajini Srinivasan
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Assistant Professor
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University of Buraimi
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Science
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Iam Dr.JayaRajiniSrinivasan,Assistant Professor-Optometry,a College of Health Sciences,University of Buraimi with 2 decades of experience in field of Optometry.
Iam moe interested in contributing my leisure time towards prevention of global warming,I would definetly want to contribute my services in preserving the green-cover on the earth,afforestation.

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Ethical Issues facing communities today, the challenges and precautions

Posted on December 30, 2017 at 11:10pm 0 Comments

Ethical Issues facing communities today, the challenges and precautions

Dr Jayarajini Srinivasan

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR- OPTOMETRY, COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES, UNIVERSITY OF BURAIMI, OMAN

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Mazoun Musalim Zidan Jaboob

Student - UNIVERSITY OF BURAIMI, OMAN

 

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