Karabük University Students Examined the Marmaray

Karabuk University Students Examined Marmaray: Karabuk University Railway Systems Engineering students visited Marmaray and made observations. The students, who received information from the authorities about the construction phases and techniques of Marmaray, said that they were doing such works in order to make better projects in the future.
A group of students studying at Karabük University Railway Systems Engineering Department visited Marmaray, which is considered as the project of the century, and made observations. The students, who were informed about the construction stages and techniques of Marmaray from the authorities, took the train and traveled from the Anatolian side to the European side. Kemal Faruk Dogan, Chairman of the University's Rail Systems Club, said that most of the students in the group have studied in the Department of Rail Systems Engineering.

Turkey in this section only after graduating from the University of Karabük describing Turkey's Dogan would be the first engineer on this issue, he said: "In our country there are many open-qualified staff in this area. We receive training to fill this gap. Today, we organized an event here to raise awareness of our friends in the industry. We want to ensure that they work in this field and receive training. We aim to raise awareness and train other factories, institutions and organizations such as Marmaray so that they can produce better products and projects in the sector with technical seminars. We are making the first visit to Marmaray as Karabük University. We know that Marmaray is the world's largest immersion tunnel. We really believe that we will benefit a much larger project for the future of this part of Turkey as an engineering student harikası.biz. Our goal is to see this and do much better. "
Students, after the tour left Marmaray.


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