Category: Names : K to O

Myint Thein

Update : November 14, 2021 There are several named Myint Thein. Class of 69 U Myint Thein (David, M69)Matriculated from St. Columban’s High School, Bhamo.His crew at RUBC comprised of Win Naing (Dicky, Cox, GBNF), Sein Tun, Frederick Thetgyi and Mehm Aye Chan (Ohn Maung).Celebrated 43rd Wedding Anniversary […]

Kun : Names

Update : October 21, 2021 Kyaw Min (Ei Kun, ChE69) Kun Pe (Younger brother of Dr. Nyi Nyi, is CPA and a volunteer accountant for selected social and religious organizations Ba Kun (Mr. Burma / Maung Bama) and a movie actor) Ponna Ba Kun (Fictional character) Po Kun, […]

Myo Myint

U Myo Myint (EC67) He received his Gold by rowing on the Bow side for RUBC in the 1962 Annual Regatta. He contributed photos for use by HMEE-2012 Project. They include : Final Year Engineering Students in 1948 and 1949 (including his paternal uncle U Gyn Kho) EC […]

Maung Maung Win

(1) Saya Dr. Maung Maung Win (ChE60, GBNF) retired as Professor and Head of ChE. (2) Saya U Maung Maung Win (M61) joined BIT along with Dr. San Tint (EE61, GBNF) and Dr. Aung Soe (C61). Saya contributed articles to the RIT Alumni International Newsletter and Updates. (3) […]

Myo Myint

U Myo Myint (EC67) He became RUBC Gold in 1962. He served as Vice-Chair of the Magazine Committee for the 90th Anniversary of the Founding of RUBC (Rangoon University Boat Club). U Myo Myint (EC68) He served as a Class Representative for the RIT Electrical Engineering Association. Saya […]

Khin Maung Kywe

Dr. Khin Maung Kyawe I first met Saya Jimmy (Dr. Khin Maung Kyawe) at the Faculty of Social Science, where my cousing uncle U Than Lwin worked as a Saya and Librarian. “Kyawe” is Saya’s preferred spelling for “Kywe”, and is supposedly easier to pronounce. Saya had completed […]

Myo Myint

U Myo Myint (EC67) RUBC Gold Served as Vice-Chair of the Committee to publish a souvenir magazine for the 90th Anniversary of the founding of RUBC. Submitted several photos for the “History of University Engineering Education in Burma/Myanmar”.One is a rare photo of the Class of 48 and […]