Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Bharat's Param series of computers

Noted IT person Vijay Bhatkar, creator of Bharat's Param series of computers, has been korea for 'ACM Male Award' by a US-based relationship for his share to modern engineering explore and breeding. Bhatkar, honcho intellect of ETH/I2IT/Multiversity and fail chief filmmaker of Pune-based C-DAC, is the early Indian to be korea for his convert by the Connexion for Computing Machinery (ACM), a counsel conclusion said here today. ACM is the mankind's largest educational and technological computing gild, uniting educators, researchers and professionals. Supported in 1947 at University University, it has over 95,000 members from 100 countries and has significantly contributed to advances in computing science, profession, research and education worldwide, the evidence said. Bhatkar is a recipient of umpteen awards, including Padmashri and Maharashtra Bhushan, the maximal civilian virtue of the verbalise government.

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