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     Date Submitted:24-07-2009
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     Current job:Professor (ex scientist/engineer at ISRO)
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     Job location:Own country
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     Industry:Launch Systems
     Keywordsworked as Test Engineer for on-board Avionics system for Indian Launch vehicles developed by VSSC, ISRO, Trivandrum and also served as Project Manager for Sounding Rockets-Avionics System.
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    ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION :
     

    Degree
    Specialization
    Year of Passing
    College
    University
    M.Tech.
    Computer Science and Engineering
    1986
    Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
    IITM, Chennai-36.
    B.E.(Hons)
    Electronics and Communication Engineering
    1976
    Alagappa Chettiar College of Engg. & Tech., Karaikudi.
    Madurai University

     
     
    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE :   Total Experience 31 years 5 months ( Teaching plus Industrial)
     
    Teaching Experience :
     

    Sl. No.
    Designation
    Name and Address of the Institution
    Year of Experience
    1.
    Prof. & Head,
    MCA & CSE Dept.
    K.L.N. College of Engineering, Pottapalayam.
    1 Year  4 Months
    2.
    Prof. & Head,
    ECE Dept.
    Raja College of Engineering and Technology,
    Madurai-20
    3 Years  5 Months
    3.
    Prof. & Head,
    ECE Dept.
    SACS  M.A.V.M.M. Engineering College, 
    Madurai-625 301.
    From 05.07.2002 to till date

     
     
    Industrial Experience :
     
                Served 20 years and 5 months as Scientist / Engineer at Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, ISRO, Trivandrum-22 and was responsible for carrying out the following major tasks.
     
    q       Worked as Test and Evaluation Engineer for SLV-3 and RSR Project on-board Avionics packages.
     
    q       Design and Development of Microprocessor based Automated Test System for PCM Telemetry, Sequencer, Timers for ASLV, PSLV and Sounding Rockets Projects.
     
    q       Worked as Head, Flight Computer Section for Navigation, Guidance and Control Processor’s Test and Evaluation for ASLV, PSLV and GSLV Projects.
     
    q       Design and development of Personal Computer based checkout system for PSLV and Sounding Rocket Projects.
     
    q       Worked as Reliability and Quality Assurance Engineer in QDTE/System Reliability.
     
    q       Actively participated in the Launch Campaign for the following launches : RH560, SLV-3-E1, ASLV-D2, and PSLV-D1 flights at SHAR (SDSC)
     
    q       Actively participated and contributed to Failure Analysis Board (FAB) constituted by Director, VSSC.
     
    Participation in Academic Programmes:
     
    1.                   Sub-Committee Member of Board of Studies for Computer Science and Engineering Curriculum, Madurai Kamaraj University.
     
    2.                   One week Faculty Development Programme on Professional Ethics, sponsored by Anna University and held at Kongu Engineering College, Perundurai.
     
    3.                   Attended National Workshop on Technology Enhanced learning for Enriching Engineering Education held at Techno Park, Trivandrum and jointly conducted by IITs, IISc & IIIMT Kerala (NPTEL).
     
     Research Activities:
    ·                     Member, Standing Design Review Committee (SDRC), Launch Vehicle Checkout Systems for Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) Project.
     
    ·                     Member, Sub System Review Board (SSRB) for TTC&P of GSLV Project.
     
    ·                     Project Manager, Sounding Rockets (RSR) – Avionics Subsystem at V.S.S.C., ISRO, Trivandrum-22.
     
     
     Membership in Professional Bodies:
     
    1.                   Fellow of Institution of Engineers (India) [F.I.E.] Reg.No: 109633/4
     
    2.                   Life Member of Quality Circle Forum of India [QCFI]
     
    3.                   Life Member of Indian Society for Technical Education. [ISTE] Reg.No: LM 40760
     
     Others:
        Attended three days ISO-9000 Training Programme conducted by Institution of Engineers (India), Trivandrum Chapter.


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