Sai Kham Pan (EP69)
- He was Burma Selected for Badminton.
He was No. (2) in Singles, and No. (1) in Doubles.
He brought back “still good” shuttle cocks from the Training Camp for use by his hostel mates.
- He helped RIT win the Inter-Institute Badminton tournament.
Saya U Thein Lwin (EE, GBNF) was President of RIT Badminton Association.
Ko Myint Sein (M69) and Bishnu Shahi (EE69er) also played for RIT.
- He worked for the government before running his own business in Taunggyi.
Sai Kyaw Myint (69er)
- He studied EE before transferring to Mining.
Sai Kyaw Aye (69er)
- He left RIT before graduation.
- He worked for the Shan Language broadcasting at BBS.
He helped run a Shan Language course at RIT.
Sai Aik Yee (EE69er)
- He majored in Electrical Communications.
- He had hi-fi equipment (that was shared by his hostel mates).
- He had a medical problem.
Sai Thein Maung (64 Intake)
- He was Goalkeeper for the RIT Soccer team.
- He won Gold medals for Track and Field at RIT and Inter-Institute tournaments.
- He is a Volunteer for the Combined 1st BE Intake of 64 and 65.
Sai Yee Laik (A68, GBNF)
- Saya U Myo Myint Sein mentioned him as unique : First and Last in the Class of A68.
- He joined the Faculty after graduation.
- He moved to Singapore.
- U Tin Htoon (A60) was architect for BBT (Burmese Buddhist Temple) in Singapore.
BBT was built by the company where Sai Yee Laik worked.
Sai Aung Thu Yein (EC74, UCC)
- His father was a signer of the Pinlon Agreement.
- He studied MS in Computer Science at UCC.
- He worked in Singapore before moving to Australia.
- Sai is a prefix for the name of selected Shan males.
- Sao is used by the family members of Sawbwa.
Saya Sao Kan Gyi (Tony Mangrai) is a member of the Keng Tung Sawbwa’s family