A B.A Economics student from the 1963 batch of Madras University has been able to change the Economics of Power Consumption to achieve “Best Industrial Productivity Award”. She is President, Director and Joint Managing Director of various group companies of KCP. She has been designated as the Chairperson for SAARC Chamber Women Entrepreneurs Council (SCWEC).
C. N. Ramdas belongs to the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) and retired as Secretary to Government of India, Ministry of Surface transport, responsible for policies pertaining to the development and administration of Major Ports, National Highways, Shipping, and Inland Water Transport. He was the leader of the Indian delegation for the World Road Congress at Montreal and International Maritime Organization, London. He is a very active and committed Rotarian having been honored with the Paul Harris Fellowship and Regal Corporation of India.
Mr. A. K Pattabiraman usually referred to by friends and colleagues as AKP joined the Tata Consultancy Services in 2OO4. He currently wears two important hats in TCS - he is the Head of the Accreditation Process for South India and also drives the Academic Interface Program for Tamil Nadu. In the former role, he continually evaluates the quality of engineering institutions in all the four southern states and the Union Territory of Pondicherry, in terms of their students, faculty, facilities and process for the purpose of accreditation. As AIP in charge for Tamil Nadu, AKP is the bridge between academia and the industry AKP, who did his Masters from Madras University, joined the Indian Institute of Technology Madras, in 1981 as Head of Training and Placement. He has helped to create a data base of over 300 companies and paved the way for many MNCs from abroad to hire talents from this knowledge pool.
Mrs. Chandran is an experienced teacher working for the Department of Education, New South Wales, Australia. She started her career as a Senior Lecturer in English Language and Literature. She has extensive knowledge and experience in teaching English for Speakers of Other Languages to improve speaking, listening, reading and writing skills, for both adults and children. She is a nationally (Australian) recognised trainer and assessor for Workplace Training and Assessment.Mrs. Chandran is an enthusiastic and much sought after teacher in Australia and abroad.