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B. B. Pradhan (1887- )
1922 M.Sc. (Tech.), A.M.I.E.E., A.M.I.E., A.M.C.T., L.E.E., Electrical Engineer, V. J. Technical Institute, Byculla, Bombay, India. T. N.: 938. b. 1887. Ed. 1905-7, December—V. J. Technical Institute, Bombay, Maharao Khengarji 2c Scholar, L.E.E. (first class) with Lord Reay Gold Medal. Fellow in the Electrical Department from 1,90 7-9. r9o9-1I—Manchester Technical School, Electrical Department. z911, July—B.Sc. (Tech.) with Honours in Electrical Engineering of Victoria University., 191I-2—Research in Electrical Endosmose and its practical applications. 1912, July— M.Sc. (Tech.) (Victoria). Practical training, in all two years:—(i ) Callender's Cable and Construction Co., Birmingham; (ii) British Westinghouse Transformer and Motor Departments; (iii) Newcastle-upon-Tyne Electric Supply Co.'s Test House; (iv) St. Helens Corporation Electricity Works. 9 r 4-6— Deputy Head, Electrical Engineering Department, V. J. Technical Institute, Bombay. Acting Head-1916-8. Head—r9r 8 to date. War Services.—Training British soldiers in electrical wiring and jointing, etc., with elementary lectures during the period of demobilization in India at the V. J. Technical Institute, Bombay.