V. C. Kulandaiswamy
|V C Kulandaiswamy|
|1st Vice Chancellor of the Tamil Virtual University|
Assumed office |
|Vice Chancellor |
of the Anna University
|2nd Vice Chancellor |
Indira Gandhi National Open University
|Preceded by||G. Ram Reddy|
|Succeeded by||Ram G Takwale|
|Vice Chairman |
Institute of Asian Studies
14 July 1929|
Vangalampalayam, Karur district, Tamil Nadu India
V C Kulandaiswamy (born 14 July 1929) is an Indian academic and author. He obtained his Master of Technology degree from IIT Kharagpur and obtained a Ph.D in hydrology and water resources from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (United States).
Kulandaiswamy created an eponymous mathematical model for the rainfall-runoff relationship based on a general equation developed by him. Kulandaiswamy was a member of the UNESCO planning group (1978) for the preparation of the second six-year plan (1981–86) of the International Hydraulic Programme (IHP). He has authored more than 60 research reports and papers in the field of hydrology. He has authored six volumes of poems and seven of prose essays which earned him the Thiruvalluvar Award by Tamil Nadu government in 1999. He has received the Padma Bhushan (2002) and Padma Shri (1992), awarded by the President of India.
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