P - T

HM : Long lived Sayas

U Kar

  • Born 5/Apr/1894
  • Died 21/May/1974)
  • He passed away at the age of 81.
  • Taught Mathematics at Rangoon University
  • He was Education Minister in the Caretaker Government
  • He is the father of Saya Dr. Tin Maung and Sayama Daw Thein.

U Aung Hla

  • Born 18/Apr/1896
  • Died 13/Dec/1983
  • He passed away at the age of 88.
  • He retired as Professor of Mathematics, Rangoon Universi
  • He is an accomplished musician.
    He annotated 25 Burmese songs using mathematics.
  • His spouse Daw May Than was a nationally known singer.
  • His son U Mya Than played the lead guitar.

U Po Thon

  • Born 27/Jul/1899
  • Died 23/Nov/1982
  • He passed away at the age of 84.
  • He retired as “Pyinnya Mingyi”.
  • He supervised and published Mathematics texts for use in schools.

U Net

  • Born 15/Jan/1918
  • Died 26/Feb/2003
  • He passed away at the age of 86.
  • He retired as Professor of Mathematics, MASU.
  • He is the father of Sayama Daw Khin Mar Mar (Physics, ex-UCC) and grandfather of U Wunna Ko Ko, web master of second RIT web site.

U Ba Toke

  • Born 26/Dec/20
  • He is a “Phwa Bet Taw” of “Rangoon University” and “First RU Student Boycott” (which is celebrated as “Ah Myo Tha Aung Pwe Nay”).
  • He served as Professor of Mathematics, RASU; Rector, MASU; Professor of Mathematics, RIT; Vice Chair of Mathematics, Assumption University (formerly ABAC).
  • He was Mandalay University Soccer Selected, and Chinlon expert.
  • He led the Burmese Olympic team to Tokyo in 1964.
  • He gave interviews (three C-90 tapes) and documents (4 files) to Saya Dr. Khin Maung Swe (Tekkatho Maung Thin Char). The book was published in April 2010 to be distributed for Sayagyi’s 90th birthday.

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