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Commerce (Supplementary Notes)

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October 14, 2020

Text Update : January 5, 2021

Introduction

  • Started as OPTION of Economics Department in the Faculty of Social Science
  • Became a separate department
  • Later : department in the Institute of Economics

Sayas

  • Saw William Paw
    Professor and Head of Department
    Chair, Rangoon University Sports Council
    He succeeded Sithu U Tin as President of RUBC
    During my tenure as Honorary Treasurer of RUBC, I had to see Saya frequently.
  • Dr. Khin Maung Kyi
    Attended RU as a monk.
    Saya is known for his debates and writings.
    He taught at Commerce Department and later headed the Research Department.
    He later taught and performed Research in Malaysia and Singapore.
    During my visit to Singapore, I had to see Saya and gave him the package presented by Saya U Myo Min (UCC)
  • Dr. Khin Maung Kyawe (Jimmy)
    Became DG of BERB
    First met Saya Dr. Khin Maung Kyawe (his preferred spelling over “Kywe”) when my cousin uncle Saya U Than Lwin (Eric) took me to the Social Science Library.
    My uncle taught Economics and also served as Librarian.
    He would give rides to the sayas including Saya Jimmy.
  • U Maw Than
    Auditor General
    Used APL in his studies
  • Dr. Mya Than taught and/or did research at the Institute of Economics, Singapore and Thailand.
    Before going for further studies, he taught at PBRS (Private Boundary Road School).
    Spouse : Daw Kyi May Kaung
  • Daw Yi Yi Myint and Daw Hla Myint
    Attended UCC courses prior to their studies in the USA
  • U Mya Thein (GBNF)
    Transferred to UCC as Business Application Programmer/Analyst
    Retired as Manager of Business Applications at UCC
    Also taught at IMBTU.
  • U Thein Oo
    Transferred to UCC as Business Application Programmer/Analyst
    Taught at UCC, DCS and ICST
    Co-founder, MCI
    Founder, Ace
  • U Khin Nyo
    Old member, RUBC
    Became Registrar, Mawlamyine College / University

Alumni

  • U Myo Min
    First in I.Com in 1960
    First in B.Com (Accounting) in 1962
    Chartered Accountant (UK)
    Systems Analyst (IBM UK)
    Per request from his mother and Sayagyi Dr. Chit Swe, Saya Myo came back to Burma to help co-found UCC.
    In April 1971, he joined UCC as Manager of Business Applications.
    Taught classes at UCC and the Institute of Economics.
    Moved to Singapore and then to USA.
    Passed Thingyo examination
  • Dr. Yi Yi Chit Maung
    First in B.Com (Management) in 1962
    Studied in Canada
    Retired in USA
  • U Kyi Soe
    Secretary, Commerce Graduate Association (CGA)
    Represented Eco in Rowing
    Attended UCC
    Worked for MOC
  • Uzin Kondannadhaja (“George” Chan Min) was the de facto leader for the Institute of Economic Rowing teams (including U Htin Kyaw and U Soe Thin).
    Worked for EPC and found soul mate (Engineer)
    Attended courses at UCC.
    Moved to the USA.
    After retirement, U Chan Min decided to become a monk. For the transition, he asked me to be a temporary monk with him for a week (or so).
    He is mostly at Dhammananda Vihara in Half Moon Bay, California.
    Per request from his brother Dr. Patheda Tin, Uzin spent one vassa at the Chan Myei Yeiktha in Springfield, Illinois.
  • U Kun Pe, U Kyi Khin and U Ohn Myint
    Classmates of Uzin Chan Min
    Volunteer Accountant / Auditor for social and religious organizations in SF Bay Area
  • U Than Maung Maung
    Worked for UCC and TSC
    Moved to the US

General

  • Per request of Ko Kyi Soe, I taught at a course (Mathematics of Finance & related topics) conducted by CGA
  • I succeeded U Myo Min as Business Application Manager at UCC
  • Several Chambers of Commerce
    Burmese
    Chinese
    Indian
  • e-Commerce
  • B2B : Business to Business
  • B2B : Business to Consumer
  • eBMS : e-Business Management System

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