Published on September 15, 2006
The Chronicle September, 2006 issue.
Vol.2006 : Issue 0009
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|Prasad Khastgir was born on December 24, 1937 in Rangoon (Burma). He came to Varanasi with his family in 1941. He passed High School and Intermediate Science examinations of U.P. Board in 1952 and 1954 respectively from C. M. Anglo-Bengali College, Varanasi. He obtained B.Sc. and M.Sc. (Physics) degrees from Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Varanasi in 1956 and 1958 respectively. He joined BHU as a lecturer in 1961. He also obtained a master's degree in Mathematics from BHU later.|
Most of his teaching career was spent in the Applied Physics Department of Institute of Technology, BHU. He became Reader in 1983 and Professor in 1993. He retired on December 31, 1997. After retirement he moved to Chandannagar in West Bengal where he stayed until his death. He died on July 13, 2006. He loved books and trees.
Forwarded by Sugata Pratik Khastgir, his son. Dr. Pratik is professor in Physics and Meteorology dept. of IIT-Kharagpur.
Home Page: http://www.iitkgp.ac.in/departments/showprofile.php?empcode=bbmcR
- Indian Optoelectronic research has lost a dominant fellow: Prof P.Khastgir. Khastgir sir was a great optimistic thinker and philosopher. During my Ph.D. duration once I met him when he was unable to walk and was in bed rest in 2000 at Varanasi at his sister's home at Sigra. I was anxious regarding my work, he said to me," Beta progress is always proportional to time. If you are a good worker and your achievement is zero. Then it (output) will suddenly increase because progress time graph has a linear relationship. This line I will remember in my whole life. Prof SP Ojha Sir always remembers his efficiency of doing work. When I was in Ph.D. he has already left the Applied Physics Dept. due to his illness. Once he checked my research paper and put very less correction, and I concluded that I have really writing efficiency and reinforced my confidence. He is unforgettable. May his soul always encourages me and all of us. Not only BHU, but Indian Optoelectronic research has lost a dominant fellow. His place cannot be replaced.
Dr. Narendra Kumar
Lecturer in Physics
Mody college of Arts, Science & Commerce
A division of Mody Institute of Education & Research
Lakshmangarh, Distt. Sikar-332311 (Raj),
(B. Sc. Physics 1996-BHU; M. Sc. 1998-BHU; PhD Physics 2002-ITBHU)
- Prof. Patnaik was an immense academician as well as very encouraging instructor and magnanimous personality. In actual fact his sudden demise is an unrecoverable loss for the Dept. of Pharmaceutics, IT-BHU.
- It is really sad that IT-BHU lost 2 of its most admired faculties my tributes to them. Prof. S.K.Patnaik was one of the most prominent and globally acclaimed professors in Microbiology & Biochemistry.
I got the chance to study 2 courses under his supervision during my B.Pharm and I was impressed by the kind of vigor and dynamism Prof. Patnaik possessed. Such a dynamic personality with a supreme mastery on the subject, he was always there to look after our silly doubts, always considerate to students problems, be that be of any level personal or professional Prof Patnaik will be there to help us out. We used to call him late 80s hero because of his Ray Ban sun glasses and dressing style. It’s rare to meet people having such a charismatic personality and such a helping heart, Prof. Patnaik was my ideal during Graduation and will always remain a way to live life. Hats of to you Professor, nobody can ever fulfill your place in the Department and our hearts.
Deenbandhu D Agarwal
IBM India Pvt. Ltd.
We are pleased to inform you that the much awaited Wi-Fi internet project is nearing its completion. One of the hostels (Limbdi) has already been tested using a pilot setup. Eventually all the 10 hostels (9 boys’ + 1 girls’ hostel) will be connected by Wi-Fi internet by the end of September. With the commissioning of this project, all the current students as well as freshers will benefit, as they can access internet for their computers from the comfort of their hostel rooms.
We are also pleased to announce that we have collected Rs. 26 lacs for this project. This was made possible by donation by hundreds of individuals, class/groups and several mega donors. A brief introduction to Nikesh Arora, one of the mega donors, is given in the next article. A list of all donors will be made public and posted to itbhuglobal.org website by October end.
We appeal to all those could not donate so far, to come forward and contribute whatever amount possible. Any amount in excess of planned amount for the project will be used for related project or towards a general fund, which will benefit students by targeting other desperately needed infrastructure improvements for the hostel environment.
Thanking you all for your help, contribution and best wishes,
Ujj Nath (Meta 1979)
For Wi-Fi Project Team
Nikesh Arora (Electrical 1989) (Donated $ 10,000)
Nikesh Arora, VP of European Operations
As Vice President of European Operations, Nikesh Arora manages and develops Google's operations in the European market. Responsible for continuing to create and expand strategic partnerships in Europe for the benefit of Google’s growing number of users and advertisers, Nikesh is a pivotal member of the senior management team at Google.
Coming from an analyst background Nikesh’s main areas of focus have traditionally been consulting, IT, marketing and finance. Prior to joining Google, he was Chief Marketing Officer and a Member of the Management Board at T-Mobile. At T-Mobile, Nikesh spearheaded all product development, terminals, brand and marketing activities of T-Mobile Europe. He started working with Deutsche Telekom in 1999, during which time he founded T-Motion PLC, a mobile multimedia subsidiary of T-Mobile International. Prior to his career at Deutsche Telecom, Nikesh held management positions at Putnam Investments and Fidelity Investments in Boston.
Nikesh holds an MS and CFA certification from Boston College, and an MBA from Northeastern University, all of which were awarded with distinction. He has served on the Adjunct Faculty at both Boston College and Northeastern University, developing and teaching courses in business turnarounds, corporate workouts and financial management.
Nikesh also graduated from the prestigious Institute of technology in Varanasi with a Bachelors Degree in Electrical Engineering in 1989.
Book Fair organized by IT Main Library:
A book fair was organized by IT main library on 2nd and 3rd September 2006 at ID Lab (Main Workshop-ITBHU). Books from different publishers/suppliers were at display for the public. The fair was inaugurated by the Dean, Prof. J. N. Sinha. Library in-charge Prof. G. V. S. Sastry and Librarian Navin Upadhyay were also present. The objective of this Exhibition was to enable teachers and students of the institute to peruse and recommend latest editions of books and CDs (Books Published after 2003).
The Main Library will purchase the selected and recommended books depending on the budget.
Infrastructure improvements: IT Library
- A computer lab with 50 terminals is to come up in the Main Library. Along with referring online journals the 50 terminal set up, with full multi media capabilities, will be used as the 'Language Lab'. The lab would help in improving the communication skills of the students and its programs would be managed by the Humanities department of IT BHU.
- Two Xerox machine (copier + printer) have been purchased for photocopying and computer print facility.
- CCTV has been installed for security purpose.
- There is a plan to change the look and feel of library to attract more teachers and students.
- Plans to purchase a 30 KVA GEN SET for continuous power back up.
Updates on the Library Automation:
Work is going on in full speed and till date 30,000 books have been entered in the system.
Glimpses of the book fair:
BOOK Fair 2006-Main Library,IT-BHU
Dean, IT-BHU Lighting Lamp
Librarian with library staff
Prof-in Charge Garlanding Malviyajee
Reading Hall, IT Main Library
Teachers, Recommending books
View of Book Stalls
(This article was forwarded by Navin Upadhyay [Librarian] & Rahul Hari CSE 06)
The Freshers’ Night in IT-BHU has always served as the first stage for first year students to display their talents and this year was no exception.
The official Freshers’ Night 06 was held in Swatantrata Bhawan on Sunday, 27 August 06. It proved to be an entertaining and memorable event for all who witnessed it. The talent on display from the first yearites was admirable.
The chief guest for the event was Prof. Veer Bhadra Mishra, a former student and member of IT-BHU’s faculty and a globally renowned civil engineer. Also gracing the event were Prof. J.N. Sinha, Dean BHU; Prof. S.N. Upadhyay , Director IT-BHU; Prof V.P. Singh, President IT-Gymkhana and Dr P.K. Singh, President Cultural Wing IT-Gymkhana.
The event had 19 performances in total, all by first yearites.9 of which were musical,3 theatrical, 1 literary and 6 dances. All were well performed and enjoyable. Highlights of these acts were “Pension Ki Tension”, a short satirical skit, highlighting the bureaucracy and slack functioning in Indian government workplaces; the recital of a self-composed poem by Abhishek Modi on life in IT-BHU from a first yearite’s perspective; M.S. Ramakrishna’s solo performance of the hit song Kal Ho Na Ho and a group classical dance by first year girls. The first year students were assisted, as always, in their preparations by a dedicated group of seniors.
The Mr and Ms Fresher competition this year was a lot closer than in recent years, with several first yearites in the race for the top honors. In the end, Abhishek Modi form Material Science and Technology, who played the lead in the skit and recited a poem and Shreya Gupta from Mining, who danced exceptionally well were crowned the best.
This article was sent by Ankit Khanna, APP PHY 2010
Keeping in accord with previous years, the Department of Electrical Engineering, IT-BHU is organizing the Annual All India Paper Presentation Contest Prastuti under the auspices of Electrical Engineering Society (EES), IEE(UK) and IEEE(USA). The contest is scheduled to be held from 16th February to 18th February 2007.
This time the Prastuti Team plans to organize this event on a much larger scale and we might see a host of new sponsors. Just as in previous years, we plan for interactive sessions with representatives from various leading industries during the period to enlighten the students. Apart from paper presentation we have other activities like quizzes and software contests with attractive remunerations so as to make the stay of participants a memorable one. And of course we have the usual paper presentation with greater participation expected this time around with participants allowed to present their papers either in the form of slides or posters. This year to make the interaction with alumni better, from the point of view of Prastuti, we have created a forum on itbhuglobal.org by the name of Prastuti. We at the Prastuti Team hope that the event turns out to be a fruitful one and becomes a milestone for future generations to follow.
The above information was provided by Vikas Deoarshi (3rd year Electrical).
A meeting of 1979 batch alumni was held at Country Club in Saket, New Delhi on 11 Aug 2006. It was an informal get-together to welcome Pradeep Saraswat (Electrical) who flew in from USA. Traditionally the batch holds such meetings frequently to meet the fellow alumnus. The meeting was attended by 13 alumni along with their spouses.
For the list of attendees and photos, click here.
The above report was forwarded by Ram Chandra (Met 1979)
Fall SoCal Alumni Meet: Oct 14, '06
We are meeting again... and this time, it will be in a picnic atmosphere.
Please use this link to RSVP. Please write your branch and year in the RSVP message.
Location: Colonel Bill Barber Memorial Park
4 Civic Center Plaza, Irivine, CA View Map
When: Saturday, October 14, 11:00am to 3:00pm
Come with your family and meet other ITBHU alumni in the area for a day of fun and food and to revive old memories and contacts.
There will be cricket and fun activities for kids.
Please note that the exact location will be posted on the park main entrance.
SoCal IT BHU Alumni
Please follow the link on www.itbhuglobal.org
The above information was provided by Animesh Pathak (CSE 2003).
- Online registration has started for the 3rd IBAM (details are available on BHU website www.bhu.ac.in by clicking on Alumni Meet).
- Special tour packages are being worked out for our visiting Alumni. They include tours to South Campus Barkacha, Bodhgaya and Ayodhya, Boating Trips on Ganges, Rudrabhishek at BHU Vishwanath temple, round trip of BHU campus (including Malaviya Heritage complex and Bharat Kala Bhavan) and trips to city temples are being arranged. Details of the packages with their cost will be posted on the BHU website shortly.
- Our Hon'ble Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Panjab Singh is holding meetings with our Alumni all over the country. Two such highly successful meetings were held at Bangalore & Mumbai recently.
- Work is in progress on the publications to mark the event. A compilation of the ideas of Mahmanaji, a short history of BHU and a Souvenir will be published.
- The Alumni are requested to register themselves as soon as possible. We would like to remind them to book their accommodation in the city hotels immediately to avoid inconvenience during tourist season.
Prof. D.P.Singh, Emeritus Professor &
Chairman of 3rd IBAM Banaras Hindu University
(A news item about faculty members from Chemical Engineering Dept. to study the phenomena)
Experts to study impact of enamel paint on Kashi Vishwanath temple
Varanasi | August 31, 2006 10:40:03 PM IST
The Uttar Pradesh Information Commission has constituted a committee of experts to study the adverse effect of enamel paint on the world famous Kashi Vishwanath temple.
Interacting with media persons here, State Information Commissioner Gyanendra Sharma said that the committee will be headed by Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University (IT-BHU) Director S N Upadhyay. It will also have as other members, two specialists from Chemical Engineering Department of the same institute, -- P K Mishra and Pradip Srivastava.
The committee has been asked to study in detail whether the use of enamel paint in the temple will have any adverse impact on human life, Vastu Shilpa of the famed temple or will it result in degradation of the stones forming the temple, Mr Sharma added.
''If the committee concludes that enamel paint will be hazardous to human health or the ambience of the temple, it will also have to suggest the procedure for making the globally famous temple free of the paint,'' he said, adding, that the panel has been asked to submit its report to the Commission on the entire matter within a month's time.
Presently probing the alleged irregularities in the temple administration, Mr Sharma said he will submit his report to the Commission on the entire matter by next week. A supplementary report will follow after the committee submits its findings.
On the other complaints of irregularities in the management of the temple affairs, made to the Commission by former UP minister Shatrudhra Prakash, Mr Sharma said that the Commission will hear on September five next, the case related to non-availability of documents pertaining to the transfer of Rani Bhawani and Tarkeswar temple property to the Kashi Vishwanath Temple Trust.
The Information Commissioner said during the last hearing of the case on August 10, Additional Municipal Commissioner of Varanasi P C Tiwari was present, where he was asked why the documents could not be found.
''Mr Tiwari today met me again and informed that an explanation has been sought from the employee concerned about the missing documents,'' Mr Sharma added.
On the third issue raised by the complainant as to why the work of temple renovation was given by the Temple Trust to Rajkiya Nirman Nigam's Jaunpur unit, despite the presence of other competent government agencies, Mr Sharma said that officials concerned were heard today.
''They told me that as per the proceedings of the Temple Trust meeting on March 30 last, the work of temple renovation was given to Rajkiya Nirman Nigam and not its Jaunpur unit,'' Mr Sharma said.
The officials concerned have been asked to make a reply before me tomorrow in the matter, he said.
The Information Commissioner, during his visit to the temple today, met several residents of the areas adjoining the temple, besides interacting with the son of former Mahant of the temple.
''All those whom I met today have spoken critically about transparency in the management of temple affairs and support services,'' he added.
|Prof. Sukumar Bandopadhyay received B.Sc degree in mining engineering in 1970, and a M. Tech degree in mine planning in 1975 from BHU. He also received Ivan B. Rahn Education award from SME.
His bio-data is attached here.
SUKUMAR BANDOPADHYAY NAMED DEAN OF UAF SCHOOL OF MINERAL ENGINEERING
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Fairbanks, Alaska – Sukumar Bandopadhyay has been named dean of the University of Alaska Fairbanks School of Mineral Engineering. He has served as interim dean since July 2001 and has been at UAF since 1982 as a professor and department head.
Bandopadhyay has been actively involved in UAF’s Academic Advising Center for more than a decade and received the Carol Feist award for outstanding undergraduate advising.
"The school has a long and historic tie to mineral engineering in Alaska," said Bandopadhyay. "As long as the state depends on its natural resources as a source of revenue, our graduates will continue to be instrumental to that success."
Bandopadhyay, a registered professional engineer in the state of Alaska, received his bachelor’s degree in mining engineering and a master’s of technology degree in mine planning from the Banaras Hindu University, India. He also holds a master’s degree in Mining Engineering and Operations Research and a doctorate in Mining Engineering from Pennsylvania State University. As dean he will also serve as the director of both the Petroleum Development Laboratory, and the Mineral Industry Research Laboratory at UAF.
Bandopadhyay is the founder-chair of the International Arctic Mining Council and was a co-editor of the proceedings of the first and second International Symposiums on Mining in the Arctic. He has been a visiting professor at Lulea University in Sweden, and he has served on the United Nations’ Development Program as a consultant.
The School of Mineral Engineering is composed of the Department of Mining and Geological Engineering, the Department of Petroleum Engineering, the Mineral Industry Research Laboratory and the Petroleum Development Laboratory.
(A news item in Yahoo! Finance Link)
New River Pharmaceuticals Names Dr. Samir Roy Vice President, Formulation and Manufacturing
Thursday August 17, 5:03 pm ET
RADFORD, Va., Aug. 17 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- New River Pharmaceuticals Inc. (Nasdaq: NRPH - News) announced today that Samir Roy, Ph.D., has joined the company as Vice President, Formulation and Manufacturing. Dr. Roy will operate from the company's laboratories at the Virginia Tech Corporate Research Center in Blacksburg, Virginia, and will report to Krish S. Krishnan, New River's Chief Operating Officer.
Krishnan remarked, "Dr. Roy is a strong addition to New River, bringing the requisite skills and experience to enhance our formulation and manufacturing capabilities. Our team looks forward to working with him to advance our research and development program."
Immediately prior to joining New River, Dr. Roy served as the Executive Director of Product Research at Watson Pharmaceuticals Inc. In his nearly twenty years in the pharmaceutical industry, he has held positions with Insite Vision Inc., Pfizer-Agouron Pharmaceutical Inc., Roche Pharmaceuticals, and Cygnus Therapeutics Inc. He has authored or co-authored more than 25 journal articles, is listed on ten U.S. patents, and has been involved in the development of a number of FDA product approvals.
Dr. Roy holds a Ph.D. degree from the College of Pharmacy, University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, Canada, with a research focus on the oral absorption of amphetamines and its analogs. He conducted a post-doctoral fellowship at the University Of Michigan College Of Pharmacy in Ann Arbor, Michigan, with a research focus involving narcotic analgesics. He also holds a B.S. degree in Pharmacy from the BHU Institute of Technology, India.
Dr. Roy commented, "I am excited to join the New River team to apply my knowledge and experience to help realize the potential of the company's Carrierwave(TM) technology."
About New River
New River Pharmaceuticals Inc. is a specialty pharmaceutical company developing novel pharmaceuticals that are generational improvements of widely prescribed drugs in large and growing markets.
For further information on New River, please visit the Company's Web site at http://www.nrpharma.com.
We contacted the company and got the following information about Dr. Roy from Carol Colby (NRPH):
1. BS in Pharmacy, IT BHU, 1980
2. PhD in Pharmacokinetics and Drug Metabolism, University of Saskatchewan, Canada, 1985
3. Post-Doctoral fellowship, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 1985-87
The news in DNA:
Rajiv Shukla is VP, Advinus
Monday, August 14, 2006 22:12 IST
Rajiv Shukla has been appointed vice-president, head of business development and marketing of Advinus Therapeutics with effect from August 2006.
He will be responsible for leading worldwide business development, project management and marketing across Advinus Therapeutics, a joint venture between the Tata Group and Dr Rashmi Barbhaiya, the former head of research at Ranbaxy.
Prior to this, Shukla was senior director, business development, at Pfizer Inc.
Contact us at people[AT]dnaindia.net
(The above news was forwarded by Manish Mishra, Chemical 2002)
His comment in Outlook India:
His years of dedication brought him the 2002 Ramon Magasasay award -- the Asian equivalent of the Nobel Prize. Pandey quit a lucrative career overseas to found an NGO -- Asha -- for educating under-privileged children. He did M.Tech from IIT-K.
Pandey, who won the award in the emergent leadership category, did his mechanical engineering from the Banaras Hindu University and completed a doctorate from the University of California-Berkley.
'Truth Is So Much Simpler'
A hi-tech generation rediscovers Gandhi—not as Mahatma or a picture on sarkari walls—but as a role model for our times
|Sandeep Pande, Engineer, Hardoi After reading Gandhi, I wanted to quit my career and work for the underprivileged. I didn’t have the courage till I quit IIT, where I was a professor. My wife and I started an ashram in Hardoi, UP, and we use Gandhi’s non-violent methods in our struggle for PDS, RTI and the Rozgar scheme.|
A news item appeared in IEEE spectrum magazine:
Excerpts from the article:
By Tekla S Perry
Can rapping make engineering hip? Semiconductor engineer Rajeev Bajaj thinks it can
Geeks. Nerds. Gearheads. These are the words that typically label engineers today, at least those in the United States. Hip? Cool? Unlikely.
Back in 1989, when he left his native India for graduate school at the University of Texas at Austin, Rajeev Bajaj discovered that his choice of chemical engineering as a career was decidedly unhip. Law, business, medicine—these fields were revered, but engineering got no respect.
That never seemed fair to him. So in late 2003, after nine years as a successful developer of advanced semiconductor manufacturing processes, he decided to do something about it.
“I figured that in a typical high school, you had the geeks at one end and at the other end you had the rappers, the rock bands—those kids were in the cool crowd,” Bajaj says. “So if you could get the geeks rapping, you’d close the distance between the two.”
Bajaj had never listened to a lot of rap. He isn’t proficient on a musical instrument, and he doesn’t know much about music production. But he figured his writing skills weren’t bad, and his years in high tech had taught him that you can outsource just about anything.
In January 2004, Bajaj wrote lyrics for four songs. In October, the first CDs came off the pressing line. Today Geek Rhythms has sold 2000 copies at a list price of US $12 each. An additional 300 people have downloaded the audio tracks from iTunes. And an accompanying music video that features three-dimensional computer graphics is now also available for purchase online [for a sample, see http://spectrum.ieee.org/sep06/geekrap].
(The above news was forwarded by Nitin Mohan, ECE 1999)
Mr. Sudarshan Maini (Mechanical, in 1950’s) for the degree of DOCTOR OF TECHNOLOGY, honoris causa.
(Mr. Sudarshan Mani receives honorary degree of Doctor of Technology from Loughborough University, UK. He is the founder-owner of Mani Group, which produces famous REVA electric cars. )
Honorary Degree Orations
Public Orator, Professor Rob Thring presented the Honorary Graduand at the Degree Ceremony held on Thursday 13 July at 10.30am
From 1967 to 1973 he was General Production Manager for MICO-BOSCH in Bangalore India, an Indo-German venture manufacturing fuel injection equipment for diesel engines with over 7000 employees. Under his leadership production doubled in four years.
1973 saw the founding of Maini Industrial Consultants and Maini Precision Products, a company to manufacture high precision automotive components in India. From the humble beginning of 10 people making one component for MICO-BOSCH, this evolved under Sudarshan Maini’s leadership into a multi product, multi unit engineering conglomerate, which is a preferred partner of Fortune 500 companies like General Motors. The Maini group today includes companies like Maini Materials Movement established in 1986,which manufactures a range of products such as electric golf carts, airport vehicles with up to eight seats and fork lift trucks, with Maini Granites another sizable activity.. Maini Precision Products makes components for the automotive industry and will shortly also be supplying the aeronautical industry. Thus Sudarshan Maini is a leading figure in the industrial development of India.
In 2001 the Maini Group launched the REVA electric car, named after Sudarshan Mainis’ wife whom he had married in 1965. The electric car supports a personal philosophy of trying to create “zero pollution city mobility”, a major issue for cities all over the world today. The REVA car was launched in London in 2003; you may have seen it on television at that time and more recently. In the UK it sells under the name of “G-Wiz”. As a zero emission vehicle it is exempt from the London congestion charges as well getting free parking and exemption from UK road tax and costs just a penny a mile to run! Looking to the future, a fuel cell car is under development.
Loughborough has recently announced its intention to become a “green” University, with better recycling, lower energy consumption and the Loughborough Hydrogen Project. We have many research strengths in alternative energy and sustainability issues, so we are especially pleased that one of our alumni has shown such leadership in this field.
Chancellor, for his outstanding service to industry and to India, I have the honour to present to you, and to the whole University, Mr. Sudarshan Maini for the degree of DOCTOR OF TECHNOLOGY, honoris causa.
Mr. Pradeep Rohatgi (Metallurgical graduate) carries out pioneer work in the field of foundry process.
Issued by: Laura L. Hunt
UWM Engineering Professor’s Pioneering Work the Subject of National Symposium March 13-16