RIT69ers’ mini get together gathering at Kruwa Nam Tip Thai Food Restaurant at Phosein road on 21st December 2003.
Yee Pin (M), Win Lwin (M), Maung Maung (E), Win Maung (E), Sein Tun (M), Kyaw Zin (E), Thein Swe (E), Ye Gaung (M), Khin Maung Gyi (M), Myint Maung (E), Maung Swe (E),
Tin Maung Aye (M), Myint Thein (Kabar)(M), Htay Aung (M), Dickie (M), Myint Thein (David) (M), Aung Min (M), Zaw Lai (E).
- Yee Pin (Maung Maung Kaung) lost his wife to COVID-19 in 2020.
- Win Lwin served as Secretary of RIT Hiking and Mountaineering Association.
He and Cho Aye (M70, GBNF) represented RIT for the All Universities and Institutes Trip to climb Mount Victoria.
- Sa Maung Maung played Volleyball for RIT EE.
Served as Joint Treasurer of the RIT EE69er HCF (Health Care Fund).
Recently lost his wife.
- Win Maung (“Lake”) represented RIT in Rowing, Swimming and Water Polo.
After retirement as Aviation Engineer, he ran his family business in Bago.
- Sein Tun
Worked at Sea for some time
- Kyaw Zin
Spent time between Sydney and Yangon
- Thein Swe was RIT Luyechun for 3rd BE
Lost his wife Dolly Sein
- Ye Gaung
- Khin Maung Gyi
- Myint Maung (Bu) played Volleyball for RIT EE.
One of the youngest in the Class and one of the few Eligible Bachelors in the Class.
- Maung Shwe served as Treasurer for 69er HCF and EE69er HCF.
- Tin Maung Aye played Accordion for RIT Ah Nu Pyinnya Athin.
- Myint Thein (Kabar) passed away a few years back.
- Htay Aung represented Burma in 1969 SEAP Games as Water Polo Selected.
Served as Secretary of RIT Swimming
Represented RIT in Swimming and Water Polo
- Win Naing (Dickie) represented RIT in Rowing along with Sein Myint (K K Wong)
Passed away in Singapore a few years ago
- Myint Thein (David) is an alumnus of St. Columban’s High School in Bhamo.
- Aung Min is the Chair of 69er HCF and Core Organizer of 69er Gatherings.
- Zaw Lai (Duwa) spent time between Myitkyina and Yangon.
- 300+ students (approx 320) were admitted to the first ever 2nd BE at RIT in November 1964.
They passed I.Sc.(A) from various Intermediate Colleges (e.g. Leik Khone)
- They were joined by a few senior students doing their Sabbatical.
- Most of the students graduated in 1969.
- A few left RIT before Graduation.
- 90+ (may be 95) of them are GBNF (Gone But Not Forgotten)