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Professor Ranjan Banerjee receives Hind Rattan Award

Prestigious award recognises outstanding contribution to science and technology.
by John Stevenson (Senior Communications Officer)

At a ceremony held in New Delhi on 25th January, City's Professor of Structural Dynamics, Professor Ranjan Banerjee received the 2015 Hind Rattan Award.

nullThis prestigious award, which recognises outstanding contribution in the recipient's field of research, is granted annually to 25 non-resident Indians (NRIs) worldwide by the NRI Welfare Society of India, an organisation that is under the umbrella of the Indian Government.

Professor Banerjee received his award during the Society's annual congress attended by senior members of the Indian Government and the Supreme Court of India. Professor Banerjee, who became a Fellow of the Institution of Structural Engineers in 2014, is pleased to have been recognised with the Hind Rattan Award: "I am honoured to have received one of India's highest diasporic awards and to have joined other awardees from around the world who have distinguished themselves in various fields of endeavour. I am delighted too, that the Hind Rattan Award will draw attention to City and the work I have been involved with here over the last three decades."

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