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Question No: 01-05 (In Hindi)
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This lesson contains brief explanation of Question no.-01 to 05 of RCC.

Seraj Uddin is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Seraj Uddin
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I've got some other books and not going to any coaching institution. I'm a bit afraid of the exam. You've covered almost every DO in the lectures, would you please tell us what are the DO NOTs?
thanks for providing this content sir
Seraj Uddin
a year ago
Thanks dear, if you like the course please rate and Review the course.
of course sir 🙏🙏🙏
sir plz make video classes on other topics of design steel structure
Seraj Uddin
a year ago
Ok. Will be available very soon. Thanks
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