Remembering Prof. Bimbadhar Nayak
Prof. Swoyam P. Rout from Odisha reported: September 20, 2016 at 1:02 am –
Dr. Bimbadhar Nayak former Profeessr of Chemistry at the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, and Ravenshaw University passed away recently. His students are spread over several major institutions of the world.
Professor Bibhuti Deo (Physics) Passed away
The following note came from Dr. Sodananda Torasia, ex Principal Secretary of Science, State of Odisha.
“My dear Surendra,
I am deeply aggrieved to inform you that Bibhuti Deo, Professor of Physics passed away last night (May 28 2016) at about 9.00 P.M.
Many of us all over the world had been very closely associated with him either as students or colleagues. His was the one of the household names as a lead scientist in Odisha (1960/70), well remembered by all aspiring future scientists/engineers. We do not have any additional information on this sad news.
Our heartfelt condolences for the family.
Dr. Sarbeswar Acharya Passed away
Dr. Sarbeswar Acharya, passed away today, November 16, 2015 at 3:15 PM peacefully. He is survived by his wife Tara, three sons Prabhat (Babuni), Arun (Bagu), and Arnaba (Ana), and two grand children.
He retired from the Department of Energy as a Senior Executive. He received Master’s degree in Physics from Delhi university and served as a lecturer in Physics in Ravenshaw College before coming to USA. He received his Ph. D. in Physics degree from Univercity of Maryland, College Park.
We express our deep condolences for the family.
Funeral arrangements are being worked out (it is scheduled for Wednesday). Details of funeral arrangement will be posted when available.
We are deeply saddened by the sudden death of Mrs. Sushama Rath on August 19, 2014. No further detail about funeral arrangements is available.
Retired Reader in Physics, Krupasindhu Kar passed away night of March 5, 2015 in the Bhubaneswar Apolo hospital. He received his M. Sc. degree from Ravenshaw Collge (now Ravenshaw University) in 1964 and pursued an academic career. His students and contemporaries are spread around the world.
We share our sadness and sympathy with the family.
(Details are offered by classmate/colleague Brahmananda Mohanty at Bhubaneswar)