Update : November 13, 2022
- Most members matriculated in 1956 and graduated with B.Sc.(Engg) in 1962.
Daw Khin Than Nwe (T62)
On behalf of Bagyee Myat Myo Myint, Saya U Nyunt Htay (Met73) presented a Pon Tu of Saya Dr. Khin Maung Win (Met, GBNF) to Sayagadaw Dr. Khin Than Nwe (T, Sole Female Engineer of the Class of 62).
Saya Mao Toon Siong (M62)
Saya Mao Toon Siong (M) served as National Coach of Burma Table Tennis Team. He was National Table Tennis Champion in Singles and Doubles. He competed in the World Championship in Beijing. Daw Tin Tin Maw was Chemistry Sayama. They moved to USA.
U Aye (HIC, UN/FAO), U Soe and U Tin Win — all M62 —- received their degree certificates from Saya U Yone Mo at Aung San Stadium. U Aye played volleyball for BIT and RU. He retired in Thailand. He provided feedback / information (e.g Grads from 1952 – 1963).
Saya S Arya (M62, GBNF)
Saya S. Arya (M, GBNF) had a lovely accent. He is remembered by students of his Strength of Materials Tutorial Class in general, and Ko Ba Thein (Atlanta) in particular.
Saya Dr. Tin Win (M62)
Saya Dr. Tin Win (M) was the youngest in his Class, but among the Top. He was Joint Winner for scoring the highest marks in Mathematics for Combined I.Sc classes. He is Past President of BASES and Organizer of the 2015 RIT Alumni Reunion in Los Angeles. He competed in the LA Marathon to raise fund (to sponsor Sayas for SPZP-2007).
Sayagadaw Lily (T72) was Secretary of BEA.
Saya U Tin Maung Thein (EE62)
His father is ICS U Ohn Maung (Arzani),
- U Than Se (Richard, ChE62)
moved to USA
- U Aung Gyi (Simon, ChE62)
spends time in Australia
- U Myint Thein Lwin (M62)
- U Hla Kyi (M62)
moved to UK
- Dr. San Lin (C62) taught part-time at RIT.
He worked at EPC and UN Project in Thailand before moving to USA.
His spouse Dr. Daw Thynn Thynn founded Sae Taw Win 2 Dhamma Center in Sebastopol, California.
A replica of Shwe Dagon and surrounding Zedis had Htee Tin Pwe in March, 2022.
Categories: 1948 - 1968