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The Hauz Khas and Its Neighbourhood South Delhi

Author Name: Mahima and S.K. Sahni | Format: Paperback | Genre : History & Politics | Other Details

This book is about the history of old monuments in south Delhi and institutions created during the British Raj and after independence. This is a compilation of important historical monuments around Hauz Khas and its neighbourhood in south Delhi.

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Mahima and S.K. Sahni

MAHIMA was born on 19 November 1980 at Delhi, received school education from DPS, R.K. Puram, Graduation in 2003 from University of Delhi and Post Graduate degree in Risk Management from Birla Institute of Management Technology, Noida (2004) and joined as Sr. Process Developer in GE Capital/ GENPACT. She left the Corporate World in 2013 with a intension to do something related to the societal need and enrolled herself for a Course on Special Education at Amity University, Noida. She has worked for sometime as Special Educator in Balwant Rai Mehta Vidya Bhawan, India Foundation School and Bhatnagar International School, New Delhi. S.K.

SAHNI was born at Abbottabad (Undivided India), received education and professional training at Aligarh Muslim University, University of Saugar, Central Food Technological Research Institute and Doty Laboratories, USA: In 1969 he joined as staff member in the Third Party Cooperative Program on Wheat and Wheat Products Improvement at Indian Grain Storage institute (A joint project of UNDP & GOI) and held various positions. In 1977, he joined as Project Coordinator, Indian National Science Academy and became Executive Secretary / Executive Director in 1991. He has been associated with number of professional bodies. He was Founding Treasurer of the Indian Environment Congress Association, Joint Secretary of the Federation of Asian Science Academies and Societies (FASAS), member of the Indian Advisory Board for MAGINGIRA (UNEP Journal on Environment, and Development) and India International Center.