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We are pleased to announce the chronicle June issue with a number of articles.

On the Home Page, the latest update on IIT conversion issue is discussed. We have posted obituary about Prof. T R Anantharaman (metallurgy) who passed away. He was world renowned metallurgist.

On the News page (all pages are listed on top menu bar), we have published news about our institute, BHU and about IITs. It also contains the publication news about our Civil Engineering Handbook published by our alumnus, Amaresh Prasad.

On the reports page, we have published reports about ranking of engineering colleges and universities in India. Similar to last year, our college has stood 8th in all 3 magazine rankings this year.

Under Campus View page, we have published the recently formed online venture “Padhaku Joker” by six of our ceramic engineering students.

On the Alumni World page, we have announced the first ever meeting of Lucknow chapter.  Under alumni news section, we have published news media reports about 14 of our illustrative alumni.

The Interview page contains interview of 2 of our distinguished alumni in India. Pramod Joshi (Electronics 1979) who is involved in setting up an engineering college in Assam on non-profit basis and Nitesh Duhan (Civil 2004) who has successfully fought against a management institute to make admissions criteria public.

The Chronicle Extra page contains selected articles from news media around the world in the fields of science & technology; health & life sciences; business & economy; PC, Internet and Information Technology; Art, Life, Politics, Life Style, etc.

Lastly, we have added more information in About Us page. We hope it will be of use to our readers.

We need more news. Please send your news and feedback at: chronicle@itbhuglobal.org.



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IT-BHU to IIT conversion update
Chronicle Editor @ Jun 04, 2009
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(By Yogesh K. Upadhyaya. Email: yogesh@optonline.net)

At present, our institute is at the critical moment. We shall have to watch development in the month of July. Our entire IT-BHU community, including students, faculty, staff and alumni are working together towards the goal of making our institute an IIT.

We have forwarded our online petition (along with signatures) to VC and eight members of Executive Council. After follow up by us, several EC members have asked VC to call for a special meeting of Executive Council of Banaras Hindu University. The new meeting of Council is necessary, as the earlier resolution (dated Feb 21, 2009) by the council does not address all the concerns about making our institute an IIT. We have learnt that meeting of Executive Council of BHU is scheduled sometime in July. We hope that issue of IIT Conversion will be taken up and successfully resolved in the meeting.

Amendment to the Institutes of Technology Act in parliament on 15th July

We have learnt that Amendment to the Institutes of Technology Act, 1963 will be taken up on 15th July in the parliament. The Institutes of Technology Act will be modified to include names of the eight new IITs being set up in the country. However, the name of our institute will not be included in it for the time being. This is because HRD ministry has not received necessary communication from our University Administration resolving all issues/concerns for the conversion process.

The reasons for not including the name of our institute in the proposed Amendment of the Institutes of Technology Act by govt. are as follows:

* Proposed IIT-BHU cannot go to Barkaccha (District- Mirzapur) campus of BHU.

 * VC of BHU cannot be the Chairman of the Governing Board of the proposed IIT-BHU; but he can be the Vice-Chairman and 2-3 members could be on senate/ Governing Board of IIT-BHU, as nominated by BHU.

 * IIT-BHU cannot be governed under the BHU Act and Institutes of Technology Act simultaneously.  It has to be under Institutes of Technology Act only, just like other IITs.

 We hope that the new HRD ministry and BHU administration will resolve the issue in a manner acceptable to all parties.

From our side, our association is trying its best to resolve the issue. Letters requesting support for IIT conversion have been sent to senior govt. officials. A meeting with senior govt. officials is also planned in near future.


Additional Link

Institutes of Technology Act, 1961 (amended in 1963)




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The Chronicle completes 4 years
Chronicle Editor @ Jun 04, 2009
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We are pleased to state that our magazine, IT-BHU Chronicle has completed 4 years of publication. The chronicle is an online monthly news magazine for IT-BHU community. It is published by IT-BHU Alumni Association. Its goal is to provide reliable news about IT-BHU events and issues, about national education and about India and World events. It aims to become educative, informative and entertaining news magazine.

The first issue was published on June 10. 2005. Basically it was a simple issue, containing mostly the news links without any photos:


Later on, it evolved many changes, and more categories of news and articles with photos were added. Because of large volume of publication (equivalent to about 200 standard A4 size of articles), it is published in 8-page format.

The magazine is also mass emailed to about 10,000 registered members of IT-BHU Alumni Association (students, faculty, alumni and staff) each month. The magazine current and past issues can be accessed online at: www.itbhuglobal.org/chronicle.

You can search for names, events and places covered in chronicle by searching in the dialog box at: www.itbhuglobal.org (located on right-side)

More info about chronicle can be found in “About US” in this issue.


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I appreciate your continuing efforts to publish monthly Chronicle. It gives us synopsis of Indian current events and especially it makes us aware on what is happening in BHU. Thank you for all your excellent work. Keep it up.


Prashant Srivastava

Edmonton, Canada 

(M. Tech. Material Science & Technology, 1993)

Email: srivastavapk@hotmail.com

Dated June 13, 2009


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Dear Sir,

Thanks for the appreciation. Such appreciations keep motivating our team.


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Prof. T R Anantharaman passed away
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Prof. T R Anantharaman (Metallurgy Dept.) passed away on June 19, 2009 at his son’s residence in USA. He was 82.

  With deep regret we have to state that Prof. T R Anantharaman has passed away.

Obituary in Hindu dated 21 June TRA obituary.pdf

 “T.R. ANANTHARAMAN (82), Retired Director, Inst of Technology, Rector, BHU (Rhodes Scholar, Platinum Jubilee Medalist, IISc.) passed away on June 18 at his sons residence in U.S. Deeply mourned by Mrs. Anantharaman, Gurgaon (Ph: 0124-2350088), Lalitha Ramakrishnan & Family, Chennai (2441 2722). Inserted by Prof. R. Parthasarathy (2259 1434).”

He was professor and head of metallurgy dept, director of IT-BHU, acting vice-chancellor of BHU and world renowned metallurgist.

 He went to study at Oxford in 1951 under Rhode Scholarship, the only Indian to get such scholarship that year. He was known for his excellence in teaching the subject and his pioneer research work on famous Iron Pillar at New Delhi.

 Prof. TRA died at the age of 82. He is survived by his wife Priyamvada and two sons, Thomas and Martin.

 In October 2007, I spoke with him for few hours over phone for chronicle interview. He talked with me in affectionate voice, although he did not know much about me. I felt like he is sitting next to me and telling me his entire life history.

 It is really a loss to us, to our institute, to the entire metallurgical community and to our country. May his soul rest in peace.

Readers can pay their tributes in the space provided below.

Yogesh K. Upadhyaya

Chemical 1977

Email: yogesh@optonline.net



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 shubhankar bhattacharya Met Engg 1977 batch said:

It is really sad event that a world renouned personality and a noble person has proceeded to heavenly aboard. may his soul rest in peace.

July 14, 2009 9:33 AM
 Praveen Kumar Gupta said:

He is such a great Researcher, Administrator .

I am really sad.

July 14, 2009 9:18 AM
 G. Jagannath said:

A great personality and world renowned metallurgist. It is a big loss to international scientific community and specially to his students Prof. Anantharaman taught. Above all, Prof. Anantharaman was an extraordinary human being.

May his soul rest in peace and God give enough strength to his family members in overcoming the grief.

Jagannath, EE 1976

July 13, 2009 3:42 PM
 Vikram Karve said:

Indeed an outstanding personality, I still remember his lectures on Yoga during my stay at ITBHU from 1972 - 1977.
May his soul rest in peace.

Vikram Waman Karve
ECE 1977

July 11, 2009 12:30 PM
 R.C.TANDON. said:

I am a graduate of 1970 batch from Department Of Metallurgy,when Dr.Ananthraman was our Head Of Department.Prof.Ananthraman was a very good speaker in Sanskrit also.During those days there would be a discourse on Geeta on every Sunday in any common room of the Hostel of Engineering College where he would invariably be one of the speakers.

July 11, 2009 7:04 AM
 Arvind Jaiswal said:

I feel it is a loss to BHU student fraternity. He will be remembered as one of the TOP Metallergists in World. As a batchmate to Thomas who was in my batch (1977 to 82), I convey deep condolences to Thomas and Martin.

July 11, 2009 6:16 AM
 Saurabh Kaushal said:

I was very sad to know about his demise. What can I say, he was Teacher of most of my Teachers during my stay. I feel personal Loss due to his Demise

July 11, 2009 2:38 AM
 Krishnanand said:

I was mentally disturbed when I heard this. I had met Prof. Anantharaman nearly 18 months ago, here in San jose. He was a masterful teacher, a great administrator & made the metallurgy dept. at IT one of the best in the world.
May he rest in peace, wherever he has chosen to go!

Met Eng. 1972

July 11, 2009 12:29 AM
 Krishnanand said:

I was mentally disturbed when I heard this. I had met Prof. Anantharaman nearly 18 months ago, here in San jose. He was a masterful teacher, a great administrator & made the metallurgy dept. at IT one of the best in the world.
May he rest in peace, wherever he has chosen to go!

Met Eng. 1972

July 11, 2009 12:26 AM
 Priyank Varma said:

We have lost a superb technocrat and a gentle philanthropist amongst us.
We ITians bow in respect to the great work Prof. Sir did in his area.
May his soul rest in eternal peace.
Many salutes to him.
Priyank Varma

July 10, 2009 11:20 PM
 Animesh said:

This is a terrible loss to the nation, and the world. May his soul rest in peace.


July 6, 2009 11:58 AM

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Time and life of Prof. T R Anantharaman
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(Compiled from the following sources: Obituary in Indian Institute of metals; Metallo-2007 seminar bulletin; Wikipedia; IT-BHU Chronicle)

Professor Tanjore Ramachandra Anantharaman (Prof. TRA for short) needs no introduction. As a world renowned metallurgist, he was among the first to examine the famous Iron Pillar in New Delhi for its metallurgical composition. In 1951, he was the only one from India to study at Oxford University under Rhodes scholarship in that year (and the second from India till then). He taught metallurgy at many national colleges and universities including: Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore; Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology, Patiala; and Institute of Technology-Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi. At IT-BHU, he was Head of Metallurgy department and served as Dean and Director of the institute.

Professor Tanjore Ramachandra Anantharaman (Prof. TRA for short) was born in Tamil Nadu, India, on November 25, 1927. He obtained his B.Sc. (Hons.) degree in Chemistry from Madras University in 1947, D.IISc. in Metallurgy from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore in 1950 and M.Sc. in Metallurgical Chemistry from Madras University in 1951. Following his brilliant educational career, wherein he secured the First Rank in all University examinations, he was awarded the only Indian Rhodes Scholarship of 1951 for his doctorate researches in Physical Metallurgy at Oxford University, England. He received the D.Phil. (Oxon) degree in 1954 and was awarded the D.Sc. (Oxon) degree in 1990 in recognition of his outstanding research output in many areas of Metallurgy and Materials Science.

Prof. TRA's professional career spanning over four decades included the following assignments: Research Associate, Max Planck Institute for Metallurgical Research, Stuttgart, Germany (1954-56), Assistant Professor of Metallurgy, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore (1956-62) and Professor of Metallurgy, Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Varanasi (1962-87). He served BHU as Head, Department of Metallurgical Engineering, Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Technology; Director, Institute of Technology, Member, Executive Council, Rector and Acting Vice-Chancellor. After retiring in 1987, he worked as Director, Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology (Deemed University), Patiala (1989-92) and also as CSIR Emeritus Scientist (1987-89, 1993-95) and INSA Senior' Scientist (1995-2000), spending the 1993-2000 period at the National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi.

Starting with his two-month visit to Australia as Nuffield Scholar in Extractive Metallurgy in 1949, Prof. TRA had traveled far and wide in the world during the last five decades. Apart from the three years (1951-54) in England and two years (1954-56) in Germany, he had been on many extended overseas visits on assignments ranging from a few weeks to several months, mostly as Visiting Scientist or Visiting Professor, viz., to Germany (1960, 1964, 1969, 1973, 1983, 1990, 1994 & 2000), USA (1965, 1987, 1993 & 1997), UK (1973, 1989 & 2004), Russia (1972 & 1986), Belgium (1973 & 1997), Japan (1981 & 1987), France (1986 & 1989), Switzerland (1984), China (1987), and the Czech Republic (1997).

Prof. TRA's research accomplishments encompassed a broad spectrum of topics in Physical Metallurgy and Material Science. However, his most creative efforts had centered round pioneering contributions on Rapidly Solidified Alloys and Metallic Glasses. Along with his many gifted doctorate students he innovated new techniques for rapid solidification and discovered a variety of metastable phases. He directed major National Projects on Micro-Structural Characterization, Metallic Glasses and Rapidly Solidified Iron Alloys.

Prof. TRA had over 250 scientific publications to his credit. He had edited along with his colleagues Proceedings of three International Conferences viz., Metal Sciences - the Emerging Frontiers (1978), Light Metals - Science & Technology (1985) & Advanced Techniques for Materials Characterization (1989). He edited a book on Metallic Glasses in 1984 and co-authored a book on Rapidly Solidified Metals: A Technological Overview in 1987, both books published by Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland. As part of his recent involvement in studies related to lndia's Scientific and Technological Heritage, he wrote a monograph entitled "The Rustless Wonder" A Study of the Iron Pillar at Delhi," published by Vigyan Prasar, Government of India, in 1996. This monograph has been translated into Hindi and Tamil, its CD-ROM has proved popular and it has stimulated further researches and publications on India's Metallurgical Heritage

Appreciation has come to Professor TRA, in the form of several National Awards:

1.       Kamani Gold Medal of the Indian Institute of Metals (UM) in 1960.

2.      National Metallurgists’ Day Award of the Union Ministry of Steel and Mines in1964.

3.      Shanti Swamp Bhatnagar Prize of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) for Engineering Sciences in 1967.

4.      Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) Award for individual Initiative in Science and Technology in 1972.

5.      Homi J. Bhabha Award for Applied Sciences by the University Grants Commission (DGC) and Hari Om Trust in 1974.

6.      VASVIK Award in Materials Science in 1978.

7.      Nehru Fellowship of the Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Fund (JNMF) during 1979-8 I.

8.     Election as President of the Indian Institute of Metals (IIM) in 1979.

9.     Bhatnagar Medal of the Indian National Science Academy (INS A) in 1982.

10.    Distinguished Alumnus Award of the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) In 1982.

11.    Tata Gold Medal of the Indian Institute of Metals (IIM) in 1983.

12.   Materials Science Prize of the Indian National Science Academy (INSA) in 1987.

13.    Eminent Teacher of Metallurgy Award on the occasion of the Golden Jubilee of the Department of Metallurgy, Bengal Engineering College, Howrah in 1990.

14.     Outstanding Teacher of an Engineering Institution - National A ward conferred by Indian Society of Technical Education (ISTE) and Uttar Pradesh Government in 1991.

15.     IIM Platinum Medal, the highest conferment of the Indian Institute of Metals, in 1996.

16.    Professor G.P. Chatterji Memorial Award of the Indian Science Congress Association (ISCA) in 1997.

17.   Distinguished Services Award of the Department of Metallurgical Engineering, BHU, Varanasi, on the occasion of its Platinum Jubilee in 1998.

18.    Dr. B.C. Roy National Award for "Eminence in Philosophy" in 2001.

10.    First-Ever "Lifetime Achievement Award in Metallurgy," instituted by Union Ministry of Steel and Mines in 2004.

20.  Honoured for his immense contribution to the field of metallurgy during the celebration of his eightieth birthday in December 2007 at Metallo-2007 seminar at IIT-Kanpur.

In recognition of his numerous contributions to the Science of Metals as teacher and researcher, Prof. TRA was elected Fellow of the Indian Academy of Sciences (1964), the Indian National Science Academy (1972), the Institution of Metallurgists, London (1968), Indian National Academy of Engineering (1987 - its Foundation Year) and the American Society of Materials (1990). He is Honorary Member of the Indian Institute of Metals, Ehrenmitgleid Honorary Member) of the Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Metallkunde (German Society for Metals) and Corresponding Member of the Royal Belgian Academy of Overseas Sciences. In 1989 he became the first Afro-Asian to be conferred the highly coveted Sorby Award of the International Metallographic Society for his life-long contributions to metallography.

To quote from a citation of his Alma Mater at Bangalore in 1982, "Through his distinguished contributions to metallurgical education and research, by nurturing the Centre for Advanced Study in Physical and Mechanical Metallurgy at Varanasi and by inspiring generations of students, Professor Anantharaman has had profound influence on the growth of metallurgy in independent India. The primary credit for the outstanding profile of present-day Indian metallurgical research rightly belongs to him".

Another important dimension of Prof. TRA's personality related to Spirituality, Philosophy and Religion, particularly of the Vedic and Yogic traditions of India going back to over 4000 years. During the sixties and seventies, he participated in several programs of the Gandhian Sarvodaya Movement and drew inspiration from Mahatma Gandhi's spiritual heir Acharya Vinoba Bhave, the Initiator of Bhoodaan (Land Gifts) Movement. In 1974, he took steps to establish the Yoga Sadhana Kendra (Centre for Yoga) as an interdisciplinary academic unit of BHU and directed its activities for four years. This Centre is still active and popular in the BHU Campus. He also took steps to launch the Indian Academy of Yoga as a Learned Society in 1981. He was Founder-President of the Academy during 1981-83 and has since been elected President for the 1984-86, 1987-89, 1997-99, 2002-04 and 2005-2007 triennia.

Apart from over 50 articles on Philosophy, Religion and Ethics, Prof. TRA., authored two books in German, one on the Bhagavad-Gita (1961) published by Guenther Verlag, Stuttgart, and the other on Erkenntis durch Meditation (Knowledge through Meditation) published in 1977 by the Deutsch-Indische Gesellschaft, Stuttgart. His monograph entitled Ancient Yoga and Modern Science was brought out in 1997 by PHISPC, the National Project on History of Indian Science, Philosophy and Culture. His two condensed versions of the original Bhagavad-Gita of 700 slokas (verses) viz., Gita-Samgrah (The Gita Abridged) of 350 slokas and Gita-Sarah (Essence of the Gita) of 140 slokas (to facilitate reciting 20 slokas on every day of the week) had been in private circulation for some years now and had often been used for his discourses on the Gita in India and abroad. In recognition of his Sanskrit scholarship the Kashi Pandita Sabha (Scholars Guild of Varanasi) conferred on him in 1980 the title Vidya-Vachaspati, this conferment being equivalent to a Doctorate degree in Philosophy and Religion. In 2001, he was conferred the Dr. B. C. Roy National Award for "Eminence in Philosophy", the third person and the first scientist to receive it during the last four decades.

Prof. TRA functioned as Kula Acharya (Chancellor) of Ashram, Atmadeep Research Institute for the Seculo-Spiritual Heritage of India (RISHI) & Headquarters of a Unique Movement for the Third Millennium to rejuvenate the Human Family through Secular Spirituality and Scientific Yoga. The Ashram is located just south of Delhi, along the Aravalli Ridge bordering on Phase-I, DLF City, Gurgaon 122 002, Haryana, India. Gurgaon was earlier known as Guru-Gram, having been the abode of Dronacharya and other Gurus of the Mahabharata period, i.e., around 1500 B. c., as per latest scientific findings.

Ashram Atmadeep was given accreditation in 2004 as a Research Centre for Yoga and Allied Subjects by the Department of AYUSH, Ministry for Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. The Ashram is also presently publishing a quarterly journal entitled "Spiritual India Calling". The Ashram welcomes support and interaction from like-minded individuals and institutions.

TRA's family

Prof. TRA is survived by wife, two sons and a daughter. The elder son, Satya Prakash (Thomas) got IIT-JEE All India Rank # 2 and did his B. Tech, electronics engineering at IT-BHU in 1982. Later on he joined IBM's 3-member team which designed Deep-Blue, world's first supercomputer which defeated Gary Kasparov in chess tournament. Currently he is working at a private research firm in Madison, Wisconsin, USA.

The other son, Prem Prakash (Martin) joined IT-BHU for mechanical engineering. He then left the institute and completed his study of mechanical engineering at Duisburg University, Germany with 1st rank. He did his PhD in mechanical engineering (with distinction) at the same university. Currently he is working at Delphi (an automobile components manufacturing company) at Stuttgart, Germany.

His daughter Karuna is currently studying at Notre Dame University, Indiana, USA. His wife Priyamvada lives at Gurgaon, India.

Prof. T R Anantharaman passed away on Friday, June 19, 2009 at the residence of his son (Thomas) in Wisconsin state, USA.


Additional Links

1) Obituary of Prof. T R Anantharaman in Indian Institute of Metals website


2) TRA interview with chronicle in October 2007 issue


3) About Prof. T R Anantharaman

TRA in Wikipedia


Prof. TRA Rhodes Scholar in 1951


4) About Prof. T R Anantharaman at Metallo-2007 seminar at IIT-Kanpur

Photographs of life of Prof. TRA


Recollection of Prof. TRA by various speakers


Biography of Prof. TRA


5) About Thomas Anantharaman, son of Prof. TRA




Some rare photos of Prof. T R Anantharaman

(For more photos: http://www.iitk.ac.in/infocell/announce/metallo/collection.htm)


The Vice-Chancellor, Dr. K.L. Shrimali inviting Prof. T.R. Anantharaman (left), Head of the Metallurgical Engineering Department, during the Gandhi memorial lecture at Arts College Auditorium, during the Golden Jubilee celebrations of Metallurgical Engineering Department. (Dec. 17-21, 1973)


With Wife and children  in Erlangen, Germany, 1975


Receiving D.Sc from Oxford University in the year, 1990



Receiving (TRA in middle) Lifetime Achievement Award from Ministry of Steel, Govt. of India, on National Metallurgist's Day Celebrations organized by Indian Institute of Metals, at Thiruvananthapuram (Nov. 16 2004 )



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Obituaries and Condolence meeting
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BHU condoles death of former rector, Prof. T R Anantharaman

22 Jun 2009, 2110 hrs IST, TNN

VARANASI: The Banaras Hindu University (BHU) condoled the death of Dr. Tanjore Ramachandra Anantharaman, former rector, acting vice-chancellor and Emeritus professor of BHU, at a meeting held on Monday. Tanjore passed away in the US on June 18 in US.

Tanjore also served BHU as head of the department of metallurgical engineering, dean, Faculty of Engineering and Technology, director, Institute of Technology, and member of Executive Council. The condolence meeting was attended by Rector Prof BD Singh, registrar Dr KP Upadhyaya, finance officer Parag Prakash and others.


Prof. C S Jha our former VC and Professor of Electrical Engineering at IIT Delhi (former director IIT Kharagpur and Chairman RAC, DRDO, New Delhi) passed away on June 17.


Prof C V. Agrawal, former head of Applied Chemistry, passed away on the June 18.




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