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Saya U Khin Maung Thint

Saya U Khin Maung Thint was an early saya.

Three Batches (A58, A59, A60)

The first batch (A58) included Saya U Myo Myint Sein (Retired Professor and Head).

The second batch (A59) included U Bo Gyi (Uzin, GBNF, Designer of Mausoleum for Daw Khin Kyi) and Saya Dr. Lwin Aung (Uzin, Retired Pro-Rector).

The third batch (A60) included U Tin Htoon (Past Captain and Gold of RUBC, ARAE Champion in 1958 and 1960), U Aung Kyee Myint (Retired Chief Architect, PWD) and U Kin Maung Yin (GBNF, Modern Art, Director).

Saya U Tha Tun

—- Saya U Tha Tun (GBNF) is remembered in the articles by Saya Dr. Koung Nyunt (A67, GBNF) and U Than Tun (A65). He served as Head of Architecture Department.

Saya U Kyaw Min

Saya U Kyaw Min (MIT alumnus, GBNF) taught part time. His pen name is Pi Thu Kar Kyaw Min. He is a founding member and EC of BARB.

Saya U Myo Myint Sein

Saya U Myo Myint Sein did his Masters at Michigan University. He succeeded U Tha Tun as Head of Department. After retirement as Professor and Head, he moved to US. He published books. He wrote articles for RIT Alumni International Newsletter and Swel Daw Yeik Magazine.

Class of A68, A69 and A70

Saya Sai Yee Laik (A68, GBNF) stood first and last in his class.

U Kyaw Kyaw, U Thet Tun, U Aung Khin, U Myo Tun (Uzin, Bobby), Saw Tobias Kittim Ku (GBNF), Daw Thwin Thwin Aye Hmi … are from A69.

U Khin Maung Maung (A70) is an organizer for Arch Alumni gatherings.

Miscellaneous

One female student (from the Class of 60) left for India before graduation. She was the first female engineering student at RU.

Five (or so) female students — Textile and Chemical — graduated in 1961. They were the first batch of female engineering graduates.

The second batch in 1962 had only one member.

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