Month: June 2019

U Tin Htut

Attended 1st Year Engineering at BOC College, and graduated B.Sc (Mechanical Engineering), University of Rangoon in March 1960. Joined the Faculty of Engineering, University of Rangoon (Leik-Khone) as Assistant Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering in May 1960. Attended Technische Hochschule Darmstadt, W. Germany in 1961/62 as a state scholar. […]

U Aung Khin

Impact Saya U Aung Khin’s visits to the Bay Area had tremendous impact. One visit resulted in the formation of BAPS (Burmese American Professional Society) — a merger of BEA (Burmese Engineers Association) and BASTS (Burmese American Science and Technology Society). Another visit resulted in a dinner meeting […]

U San Tun

Saya U San Tun (Sain Fone Wong) graduated with B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Rangoon in 1959. He passed with distinctions in all subjects. He was awarded two Gold Medals. At the convocation, he met Dorothy Tham (a female Gold Medalist from a different faculty). […]

Dr. Tin Win

by Myint Thin (M71) Dr. Tin Win, son of U Kwet Kaw and Daw Hla Yi, was a Mathematics Gold Medalist in 1958 I.Sc. Examinations. He stood first in 1962 batch of B.Sc. Mech. Eng. graduates. After working at Mandalay Brewery and Distillery for one year, he joined […]

Dr. Aung Gyi (2)

Former Rector, RIT Former Professor, Civil Engineering Born from my parents U Ba Pu and Daw Aye Kyi in Namtu, Northern Shan States, Burma. Matriculated in 1949 from Myoma High School in Rangoon. After passing the 1st year engineering, BOC College of Engineering, Rangoon University in 1952, went […]

HMEE Projects

HMEE-2012 HMEE-2012 was published in time for SPZP-2012. Saya U Aung Hla Tun was the Principal Author. Due to time and resource constraints, the scope was restricted. Some materials and photos could not make it to the book were compiled into a CD supplement by U Ohn Khine […]

New Zealand

U Myo Lwin (Stanley Saw, M71) is an organizer for RIT Alumni in New Zealand. After retirement from Singapore Polytechnic, Saya U Aung Myint (M69) spends time in New Zealand and Singapore. The following photo was taken during Saya U Tin Htut (M60)’s visit to New Zealand.

Swel Daw Yeik

Forever Swel Daw Yeik Pamphlets Meetings SDYF Meetings are usually hosted by U Khin Maung Tun (President). U Khin Maung Tun leads by example. He has donated and/or pledged K1500 (or more) Lakhs. There is an abundance of food. Sometimes, “carry out” is provided to the attendees. Miscellaneous […]