Category: Rangoon University

U Yu Khin & Richard

Update : December 20, 2021 U Yu Khin Dean Chairman, Sports Promotion Committee Former National Doubles Champion in Badminton Registrar, Rangoon University Helped the establishment of RC (Recreation Center) Former Warden, Prome Hall known for excellent Soccer teams Later moved to Bagan Road Residence After retirement from RU, […]

RUESU Magazine 1952-53

Update : November 28, 2021 RUESU (Rangoon University Engineering Students’ Union) is separate from RUSU (Rangoon University Students’ Union). RUESU published seven Annual Magazines. U Aw Taik Moh (C54) was a member of the Magazine Committee for 1952-53. The scanned pages show some sayas. Saya U Ba Hli […]

Mathematics

Intermediate College U Khin Zaw, Daw Khin Ma Ma and Mr. Choudry taught Mathematics in the last ever I.Sc (A) class at Leik Khone in 1963. Dr. Kyaw Thein (GBNF) was our tutor. U Khin Zaw later headed the Mathematics Department at Workers’ College. Daw Khin Ma Ma […]

Physics

Intermediate College U Min Than Thoung (Maurice) and Daw Su Su taught Physics in our I. Sc (A) class in 1963. Saya Maurice was the top student of his Honors class in 1961. He rowed as Bow in the Golden Crew along with Victor Htun Shein (Stroke, GBNF), […]

Exam Systems

Intermediate College During a period, students at the University of Rangoon [and Mandalay] attended Intermediate (A) classes for a year, but they did not have to take the examination. They then attended Intermediate (B) classes for a year. They then take the examination for both courses. Compart System […]

Law

National and International Laws The “Law of the Land” differs with countries. There are some International Laws for use by the nations. US Laws In the US, members of the Congress — House of Representatives and the Senate — vote to pass a new Bill (of Legislation). POTUS […]

Astronomy

Background The astronomers studied and mapped the space objects such as stars and comets first with the naked eye and then with the help of telescopes (optical, radio, …). Before the advent of the communication satellites and GPS (Global Positioning System), seafarers had to rely on their knowledge […]