Anwar Kamal graduated from Madras University (1953) and did his post-graduation from Osmania University (1955). He obtained his Ph.D. degree from Bristol, UK (1958). His research work is mainly concerned with high energy physics with emulsion technique. He used the facility of Nuclear Science Centre at New Delhi, during his research period. He served at Osmania University as a lecturer (1958), Reader (1969), Professor (1977-94) and the Head of the Physics Department (1989-92). He was also a Post-Doctoral Fellow at Ottawa University (1967-68) and a visiting Professor at University of Tebrez, Iran (1970-73). He was appointed as Chairman, Board of Studies (1979-83). He has authored ten physics textbooks including Solutions to Resnick and Halliday Physics. He has also published forty research papers in various Journals of repute and supervised a number of Ph.D. theses. The author created all the exercises and problems himself.