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    NTI Publications to Join Family Library Project and One Million Books Initiative

    Date published: 14 September 2009

    The scientific committee of the Family Library Project selected two National Telecommunication Institute (NTI) publications to be published by the General Egyptian Book Organization. The books will be part of the Family Library Project releases for 2009.

    The two books are: The Internet, Network of Information Networks written by Dr. Ahmed El-Sherbini and Eng. Shaimaa Badr Eddin and Maintenance, Fixing and Operating the PC written by Dr. Ahmed El-Sherbini and Dr. Eman Said.

    NTI has also contributed for the second consecutive year to the One Million Book Initiative launched by the First Lady Mrs. Suzan Mubarak as part of Reading for All Festival.

    NTI offered the project 10,000 scientific books published by the institute.
    The books are: Introduction to Information Systems, Excel 2000, Access 2000, Visual Basic, Introduction to Computer Networks, English for Computer Users Part 3, English for Computer Users Part 4, PC Maintenance, Advanced Visual Basic, Advanced Internet, World Processing, PowerPoint, Internet Basics, English for Computer Users Part 2, Basics of Electronics and Basics of Statistics.


    About NTI
    The National Telecommunication Institute (NTI) was founded in 1984 as a scientific institute with university status affiliated to the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology. NTI is recognized as a center of excellence, a leading training and educational institution, and a focal point for applied research activities in the field of telecommunications not only in Egypt but across the Arab and African regions.






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