For Baroda High (1966) alumni
Anyone from the class of 1966 of Baroda High School should please contact me. The idea is to organise a BHS 1966 reunion. So far I have two names - Dinesh Patel and Vinod Patel. Dhruv Patel <email@example.com>
For Baroda High alumni
I left Baroda High (Alkapuri) in 1993 after 11th. I cannot find a site that is active for BHS alumni. If any of you know about such a site please drop me a line. Apoorva Lakhani <firstname.lastname@example.org>
For Shreyas alumni
I studied at Shreyas Vidyalaya (Manjalpur) till 1996 and have been in New Jersey, USA, since 1998, doing MS in Management Information Systems at NJIT. I really miss Baroda and all my friends and relatives. I would like to thank Baroda-Online for creating a wonderful site for all Barodians. Mona Patel <email@example.com>
Prof. G.M. Oza's Appeal To MSU Botany & Zoology Alumni
Hello all alumni of MSU's Botany and Zoology Department. This is Prof. G.M. Oza. My organisation INSONA would appreciate some involvement from your end in the field of environmental conservation and preservation for the cause of human welfare. As students of life sciences if you can put in your bit it would be a noble and highly acclaimed venture. Do give it a thought and contact me. Prof. G.M. Oza <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Message For Bright School (English) Alumni
I did HSC from Bright English Medium School in 1998. We have this group (brightians4ever) on yahoo groups. Do join this group. Hoping to hear back from some. I did B.E. Electronics from MSU Techo and am currently pursuing my Masters at Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY, USA. It's great to have a place like Baroda-Online which makes us feel that we are not far away from our land. It's great to see each and every link in www.baroda.com. A good brush-up of good old memories. Baroda is the place which would always stay close to our hearts and embedded in our memories. The moment we think of Baroda, we start to miss it badly. Proudly Barodians, that's how we would identify ourselves. A good site to keep in touch with fellow Barodians. Keep up the good work Baroda Online. Ashish Vora <email@example.com>
A Message For MSU Techo Alumni
I graduated from MSU Techo (Mechanical, 1998) and am currently working with Wipro Technologies. It is my sincere effort to bring all MSU engineers at one common place to share their views. Since long back, I was feeling that there is no way that all MSU engineers can interact or share their experience with freshers or their batch mates. It will be much more helpful to students who are currently studying or just passed out. Please invite all your friends to use this group irrespective of branch and passing year. This is the only way we can bring all alumni of MSU Baroda to interact through one instrument. Networking of the best minds on this wonderful planet is my passion. Please contact Bharat N. Khokhani <firstname.lastname@example.org>
For MSU Electronics Alumni Of All Ages And All Worlds
Calling all MSU Techo graduates from the Electrical and Electronics department! The past and current students of the Electronics Department have kicked off a 'Mentoring Program' to create a formal channel for interaction between current students and interested alumni. Everybody interested in this 'Mentee-Mentor' program is requested to contact the Head of Department, Prof. A.I. Trivedi at email@example.com or send an email to Jayesh Issrani at firstname.lastname@example.org or K. Chandrashekhar at email@example.com
Study In North Dakota State College of Science
A number of years ago (1985) I was an exchange scholar from the US with the MS University of Baroda, and lived in Baroda. Sixteen years later I am a college president at North Dakota State College of Science in the United States. With my continuing love for India, and especially Baroda, I am interested in finding out the best way to contact your local high schools that might be interested in sending students upon graduation to us here in North Dakota. We are one of the few colleges in this country which has just significantly reduced the cost of our tuition for out-of-state (and foreign) students. Our tuition cost for the year would be $2673. We provide the first two years of college. Students from our institution successfully transfer on to other four-year institutions, including Harvard University, the University of Minnesota, etc. Information on our college can be found at www.ndscs.nodak.edu I am sorry for this long email, but we are a small college (2200 students) very interested in doing more with India, and especially Baroda. Thank you for responding back to me and letting me know with whom you would suggest we work with in Baroda on this project.
Dr. Sharon Y. Hart, President, North Dakota State College of Science <firstname.lastname@example.org>
US Scholarship For MSU Graduates
Congratulations on your excellent set-up about Baroda. I am pleased to inform you that MSU graduates are now eligible to apply for a scholarship at Binghamton University towards a Master's degree in Computer Sciences, Engineering, Business Management or Economics. Dr. Bhagwan Gajwani Scholarship pays $10,000 a year along with a tuition fee waiver by the university. For more information, applicants should contact Office of Graduate Admissions, Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY 13902, USA, or visit the BU web site www.binghamtom.edu. There are no restrictions and the scholarship is awarded strictly on the basis of merit. Good Luck. Sincerely, Bhagwan Gajwani, MD. Bhagwan Gajwani (BGajwani@dnamail.com)
Kamalnayan Inamdar Offers Scholarships
(We have received the following message from Kamalnayan Inamdar)
I came from a needy family, and I would like to help 2 students per year on behalf of my father's name. I would like to offer 2 annual scholarships to needy students willing to go to Engineering School, MS University of Baroda.
The conditions to get the scholarship are as follows:
a. The family income has to be below Rs. 25,000 per month.
b. Student must have secured at least an admission to Faculty of Technology/Engineering
and be willing to go for degree in Metallurgical Engineering.
c. The student must have passed 2nd year of the college and be ready to go in Metallurgical
d. The scholarship will include: tuition and funds to purchase stationery items.
For more information, contact: Dr. Kamal Vinayak Inamdar email@example.com