Background March was the first month of the old Roman Calendar. March is the third month of the Gregorian Calendar. Named after Mars (God of War) March has 31 days. Vernal/Spring Equinox (for the Northern Hemisphere) falls between March 19 and 21 The “First Day of Spring” is […]
Before the pandemic, NorCal RITAA used to have quarterly Face-to-face meetings. The photos were taken at a meeting hosted by Saya U Myat Htoo (C68), Chair of BOD (Board of Directors). U Myat Htoo plays the piano and ukulele. He wrote a parody “Lost Neikban Bohn (RIT)”.
Statistics was offered as an Option by the Economics Department, Rangoon University. Became a separate Department under the Faculty of Social Science. Later became a Department of the Institute of Economics. Saya Dr. Sundaram was the first Professor and Head of the Statistics Department. Saya Dr. Khin Maung […]
She taught at St. Philomena’s Convent. Together with her cousins (Eddie, Stanley, …) she co-founded TBSA to support Dhammananda Vihara for the propagation of Sasana in the San Francisco Bay Area. She volunteered for many years. She passed away on April 27, 2020.
Sayadaw passed away on August 13, 2005. The following are three photos taken in 2015 celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Sayadaw’s demise.
Served as Secretary of RIT Civil Engineering Association. Predecessor : Saya Dr. Myo Khin (C70) Was active in SPZP and MES. There was no formal Alumni Association or SDYF at the time. During my visit to Yangon, he provided transportation with his son-in-law to attend a dinner hosted […]
Dear Ko Hla Min, Ko Aung Naing (Bahadur) Mining Engineer, our batch passed away on 14 August, 2011 at the age of 70. He was the Principal of the GTI (Taungyi / Aye Thar Yar). His funeral will be held on 4 PM today at Yaewai. With Metta,Aung […]
Original posting : 2000 I was very sad to read the news of Saya C. Ping Lee in Ex-RIT web site. Ko Win Aung (M62, NSF) wrote: “Please add the name of my late father, Saya C. Ping Lee, Lecturer in Electrical Engineering, BOC College. He passed away […]
The following Sayayis are GBNF (Gone But Not Forgotten) U Ba Hli (GBNF) Sayagyi U Ba Hli was the first native Dean to head the Faculty of Engineering of Rangoon University. Transferred to the Faculty of Engineering, RU from GTI (Government Technical Institute) where he was Principal and […]
EE Sayas During our RIT days, there were about 20 sayas at the Electrical Engineering Department The Department offered two options : EC (Electrical Communications) and EP (Electrical Power). Several decades later EC and EP became Departments with their own Professors and Heads.EC is also known as EcE […]