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Suhas P. Sukhatme - Batch of 1952 He obtained a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from Banaras Hindu University and subsequently obtained degrees of Master of Science, and Doctor of Science from M.I.T. in U.S.A., afterwards he joined the Indian Institute of Technology in Bombay in 1965 as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
Later on promoted as a professor and subsequently served as the Head of the Department from 1973 to 1975.
Went to Iowa State University, U.S.A. as a visiting professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
He worked as a Deputy Director and later on as a Director of IIT, Bombay from 1995 - 2000 after which he took over as a Chairman of the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board.
He was a member of the same board from the year 1995.
He is known for his outstanding achievements both in teaching and research in the areas of Heat Transfer and Energy.
He guided many students for their Ph. D. degrees and published nearly 70 papers, and is an author of two widely known text books in Heat Transfer and Solar Energy.
Took the initiative of establishing two new Schools, one each in Management and Information Technology offering PG Programmes when he was the Director of the IIT, Bombay.
He is a recipient of many awards and honours, the first being the Prince of Wales Gold Medal when he stood first in Banaras Hindu University; was awarded with the title of Padam Shri by the Government of India in 2001, is the first recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award of the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay and received the Om Prakash Bhasin Foundation Award for engineering for the year 2001.
Venkat Sundram - Batch of 1965 He is presently a selector of the Delhi Ranji Trophy and under 25 teams and is coaching young and upcoming cricketers in the capital at his academy.
is currently writing a cricket coaching manual besides commenting and anchoring programmes based on cricket on various channels and magazines.
He was the Manager of the Indian Cricket team in its 1998 tour of Sri Lanka in which the team annexed the Singer Nidahas Independence Cup organized to celeberate Sri Lanka's golden jubilee of independence.
has represented North Zone, Delhi, Rest of India and Board President's XI in first class cricket matches and was an opening batsman having played against all the visiting international sides from 1970 to 1980.
He qualified as an umpire in 1981 in Tasmania, Australia.
has also coached the teams of Railways, Uttar Pradesh and Central Zone teams with significant results.
Many of the players he
coached are now currently in the Indian Team.
There is a "spectacular" increase in the number of girls entering engineering courses in the country for the last three and a half decades but northern India has still to catch up, Prof. S.P. Sukhatme, former chairman, Atomic Energy Regulatory Board, said.
There is also a trend among women engineers to go for higher studies and teaching in addition to working in large and small private companies, Mr. Sukhatme
, the winner of Indian national science academy award, said while delivering the Daulat Singh Kothari memorial lecture in Mumbai on December 17, 2005, on 'women engineers in india'.
From a mere one girl student, who was admitted at the university department of chemical technology, Mumbai, in early 1970s, the number of girls joining engineering colleges has steadily increased and in 2005 it stands at 15% of the total admission, Mr Sukhatme
IITBHF and IITBAA (http://www.iitbombay.org)
Prof. S.P. Sukhatme, Director of IIT Bombay in the 90s, also played a critical role in providing the vision and leadership and setting a "Tryst with Excellence" as the goal for IITBHF and IIT Bombay.
Prof. Suhas P. ...
Prof. Suhas P. Sukhatme
Prof Suhas P Sukhatme born on November 5, 1938, obtained his Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from Banaras Hindu University in 1958.
Subsequently he obtained the Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering degree and Doctor of Science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, U.S.A.
joined the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay
in 1965 as an Assistant Professor.
was promoted to the post of Professor in 1970 and served as the Head of the Department from 1973 to 1975.
In 1982-83, he was a Visiting Professor at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Iowa State University, U.S.A.
He worked as Deputy Director from December 1983 to December 1985 and as the Director of IIT Bombay from January 1995 to January 2000.
He then served as the Chairman of the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board for five years upto January 2005.
is known for his
outstanding contributions both in teaching and research, in the areas of Heat Transfer and Energy.
has contributed significantly to studies on (i) heat transfer during condensation of liquid metal vapours, (ii) convective heat transfer in external flows, (iii) heat transfer in thermal insulation, (iv) heat transfer from fin arrays, (v) thermodynamic and transport properties of various fluids and their mixtures, and (vi) heat transfer during condensation of refrigerants on integral-fin tubes.
has guided nineteen students for their Ph.D. degree and published nearly 70 papers.
is also the author of two widely known text books in Heat Transfer and Solar Energy. more……
IITB Heritage Fund Speaker Series
At the end of the presentation, Deepak Sabnis (a classmate of Yogen), who is on the Board of Directors of the Fund, presented Yogen with a personal letter of appreciation for his contributions from Prof. Suhas Sukhatme, the Director of IIT Bombay along with a video tape of the 25th anniversary reunion of his graduating class.
...At the end of the presentation, Deepak Sabnis (a classmate of Yogen), who is on the Board of Directors of the Fund, presented Yogen with a personal letter of appreciation for his contributions from Prof. Suhas Sukhatme, the Director of IIT Bombay along with a video tape of the 25th anniversary reunion of his graduating class.