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Arvind Kejriwal (born 16 August ) is an Indian politician and a former bureaucrat who is the current and 7th Chief Minister of Delhi since February . Arvind Kejriwal is a graduate of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur, In , he launched the Aam Aadmi Party, and the party won in the Delhi. This is a list of notable alumni of the Indian Institute of Technology Madras. . Sridhar Tayur, Ford Distinguished Research Chair and Professor of Operations Management at the . and Development Organisation - Outstanding Scientist for ; IIT Madras Distinguished Alumnus Award— .. IIT Kharagpur; IIT Madras. S. K. Satsangi (wef ). Dept. of Ocean Engg. .. being augmented by Rs. 94 crore from donations and grants from alumni and well wishers. The curricula and syllabi of these programmes are constantly updated to meet the needs of the . Professor Biswapriya Sanyal, the Ford International Professor of Urban.
Kejriwal said that his 18 months of work and 18 months of unpaid absence amounted to the stipulated three-year period during which he could not resign and that this was an attempt to malign him due to his involvement with the Indian anti-corruption movement. The dispute ran for several years until, init was resolved when he paid his way out of the Service with the help of loans from friends.
This led to a controversy, with the IRS association pointing out that he has never been promoted to the rank of Commissioner of Income Tax.
A month later, in JanuaryKejriwal took a sabbatical from work to focus on Parivartan. It was not a registered NGO - it ran on individual donations, and was characterised as a jan andolan "people's movement" by its members. However, unlike Parivartan, it accepted institutional donations.
According to Kejriwal, Kabir was mainly run by Sisodia. Parivartan used RTI to help people get their work done in government departments without paying a bribe.
InParivartan used RTI applications to access communication between government agencies and the World Bankregarding a project for privatisation of water supply. Kejriwal and other activists questioned the huge expenditure on the project, and argued that it would hike water tariffs ten-fold, thus effectively cutting off the water supply to the city's poor. The project was stalled as a result of Parivartan's activism.
Another campaign by Parivartan led to a court order that required private schools, which had received public land at discounted prices, to admit more than poor kids without fee. The award recognised him for activating the RTI movement at the grassroots, and empowering New Delhi's poor citizens to fight corruption. Sundar Nagri, where the movement was concentrated, suffered from irregular water supply, unreliable PDS system and poorly done public works.
He donated his Ramon Magsaysay Award prize money as a seed fund. He argued that the Central Vigilance Commission CVC did not have any powers to take any action against the guilty, while CBI was incapable of launching an unbiased investigation against the ministers who controlled it. He has received Honorary Doctorates from several universities.
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Professor Lord Bhattacharyya has extensively worked and published in the field of manufacturing. A distinguished academic and innovator, Professor Bhattacharyya was appointed as the UK's first Professor in Manufacturing in when he became founder and the Director of the new internationally renowned Warwick Manufacturing Group WMGat the University of Warwick.
Academic excellence with industrial relevance has always been at the heart of WMG, it is what makes them unique. He is the advisor to many companies and organizations around the world. He is the past member of the UK Council for Science and Technology, the premier advisory body on major science and technology issues of strategic importance to the UK.
He advises Government of South Africa on Science and Technology Policy and is a member of the Board of Transnet, the holding company for the state owned transport businesses from airlines to railways. He has received many international and national Honours and awards for his distinguished contributions in the field of Science and Technology.15th alumni meet at iit kgp
In the President of India accorded him with the prestigious award Padma Bhusan for services to science, technology and industry. The Queen of England conferred him with the Knighthood award in for his services to the higher education and industry.
Chen Jining on behalf of the People's Government of Beijing Municipality in recognition of the enthusiastic support and contribution to Beijing's construction, He has over forty years of experience in industry and academia, as an engineer, educator, and administrator. He is well known as a technical leader in the power grid control industry, a researcher in electric power engineering, an educator in engineering, and an administrator in higher education.
He received his B. Major breakthroughs in power system control technology under his leadership are in industrial practice today. He has continued to be a technical leader in this industry and is a prominent consultant.
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He has also served, some as chair, on several international technical committees and conference organizations. He was appointed by the governor to the board of the Washington Technology Center served as Vice-Chair for three yearsand by the US Secretary of Energy on the committees to study the and power blackouts. He has consulted for the electric power industry throughout the world and has been an advisor to several governments on grid related issues.
He obtained his B. Tech Honours in Mechanical Engineering in and M.
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He received his Ph. He has extensive experience of more than 50 years in teaching, research, management development and consultancy. He is a sought after speaker in continuing education, management development programs and has delivered invited lectures in more than such programs in India and abroad.
He also held the Modi Foundation Chair in He has published extensively in Journals of national and international repute. He has published more than research papers in reputed journals and proceedings of international and national conferences. He has guided 41 Ph. Tech and 65 B. Department Visit Sweet and salty memories of slogging in labs, fighting sleep and attempting to learn is something that all our departments gave us.
If IIT Kharagpur was a temple of knowledge then our department is where the main shrine of this temple resides. A visit back to this shrine is sure to bring back the blended feelings of hard work, procrastination, learning and excitement.
Musical Night Music has been the one thing common in our lives. It has always helped us connect with people.
So, taking a trip back to memory lane, Students' alumni cell presented Eastern Technology Music Society that took our alumni back, straight to their KGP days. The Alumni exercised their vocal chords and sang, just like they used to do in their college days. Visiting a place where we spent the 4 most important years of our life is a stimulus enough to send shivers down our body.
The place where we learnt and lived is sure to have latched a fragment of our soul inside it. To come back to our hall of residence is nothing less than a reunion of the parts of our soul.