Class of 61 – 65

Class of 61


Saya U Maung Maung Win (M61)

  • He wrote articles on “Memories of RIT”.
  • He lives in Melbourne, Australia.

Saya Dr. Aung Soe (C61)

  • He attended SPZP-2000.
  • He lives in Illinois, USA.

Saya Dr. San Tint (EE61, GBNF)

  • He attended SPZP-2000.
  • He served as Professor, Electronics Engineering (aka EC) Department.
  • He served as External Examiner at UCC.

Class of 62

Saya Mao Toon Siong (62)

  • He was Burma Champion in Table Tennis for both Singles and Doubles.
  • He competed in SEAP Games, Asian Games and World Championship.
  • He served as National Coach.
  • He wrote an article about Saya Allen Htay (C58, GBNF).

Saya Dr. Tin Win (M62)

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Dr Tin Win and Dr. Ohn Myint in New Jersey
  • He was first in his class despite being the youngest.
  • He received his doctorate from the University of Melbourne.
  • He is a Past President of BASES.
  • He is the core organizer for the 2015 RIT Alumni Reunion in Los Angeles.


U Than Se (Richard, ChE62)

  • He was a classmate of Saya U Soe Paing and Saya U Ko Ko Lay at SPHS.
  • He attended the RIT-UCC Reunions hosted by U Khin Maung Oo (Ivan Lee, M69) in New Jersey.

Dr. San Lin (C62)

  • He taught part-time at RIT Civil Engineering Department.
  • He worked for EPC in Myanmar and for UN in Thailand before moving to the USA.

Class of 63


Saya U Moe Aung (EE63)

EE Association
EE Magazine
  • He served as Editor of RUESU Annual Magazine.
  • He served as Chief Editor of RIT Annual Magazines, Hlyat Sit Sar Saung, Swel Daw Yeik Sar Saung and Swel Daw Yeik Magazines.
  • He wrote poems and articles in several publications.
  • He headed the RIT Ah Nu Pyinnya Ah Thinn.
  • He worked in Singapore.
  • He is back in Myanmar and spends time writing and giving refresher courses at the Electrical Inspectorate.
  • He is a Patron of SDYF.

Saya U Sein Maung (EE63)

EE Sayas
  • He attended SPZP-2000.
  • He taught at RIT and Assumption University (ABAC).
  • He was a Patron of RIT Buddhist Association.

Saya U Ba Myint (EE63)

  • He retired as Pro-Rector of YTU.

Saya Dr. Win Tin (EE63)

  • He served as Associate Dean of Engineering at Assumption University (ABAC).

Saya U Khine Oo (EE63)

  • He taught at RIT.
  • He attended UCC courses given for State Scholars.

Dr. K C Chiu (Tin Aung, ChE63)

  • He is a Past President of BEA.


U Sein Htoon (M63)

RUBC Captains
  • He is Past Captain and Gold of RUBC.
  • He was ARAE Champion for Coxed Fours in 1960.
  • He is Past President of Burma Rowing Federation.

Saya Dr. Tin Hlaing (M63)

  • He is co-Chair of SPZP-2002.

U Than Soe (M63)

  • He is RUBC Gold.
  • He is the elder brother of Saya Dr. Koung Nyunt (A67, GBNF).

Class of 64

Saya U Thein Tan (C64)

Civil Sayas
  • He rowed for the Faculty of Engineering.
  • He retired as Rector of Mandalay Technological University (MTU).

Saya Dr. Ohn Myint (C64)

  • He taught at RIT first as a full-time saya, and later as a part-time saya (while working for Irrigation Department).
  • He was a Consultant with the World Bank.
  • He attended the East Coast Reunions. (see Photo under Dr. Tin Win)


Saya U Kyaw Myint (M64)

  • He worked for UN in Beijng, China.
  • After retirement, he moved to California, USA.

Eddie Teoh (M64)

  • He is the fifth of the fifteen Teohs (named alphabetiacally from Albert to Oscar).
  • He lives and works in Texas.
  • He attended SPZP-2000.
  • He is a volunteer Consultant for selected monasteries.

Class of 65


Saya U Kyaw Sein (M65)

  • He moved to Singapore.
  • He moderated RIT-related Facebook Pages.
  • His health deteriorated.

Saya Dr. Kyaw Sein (M65)

  • He was Leader of the RIT Weightlifting and Body Building team.
  • He studied in Japan.
  • He retired as Professor and Head of Mechanical Engineering.
  • He continued teaching at a Malaysian University.

Saya Dr. Nyo Win (M65)

  • He received his doctorate from the University of California at Berkley.
  • He is Past President of BAPS
  • He is a founding member of RIT Alumni International and NorCal RITAA.
  • He worked in high tech companies in the USA and Taiwan.

Saya U Hla Myint (Charlie, M65)

  • He was a member and later manager of the RIT Swimming and Water Polo teams.
  • He co-chaired an RIT gathering in Sydney in 2006 [and may be more].
  • He visited California to see his cousins (e.g. Daw Kyu Kyu Lin (T75)) and friends,

Saya U Myo Win (Melvin, M/Ag65, GBNF)

  • He was leader of the RIT Automobile Club.
  • He taught at Wagga Wagga in Australia.
  • See GBNF pages for messages of condolence.

Saya U Khin Maung Phone Ko (C65)

  • He drew cartoons in the newspapers and magazines with the name “Phone Ko”.
  • He was Patron of the “RIT Cartoon Box”.

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