Prem Thiruveethi Sagar, Indian civil engineer. Fellow Institution Civil Engineers (chartered engineer), Institution Highway Engineers United Kingdom, American Society of Civil Engineers, Institution Engineers India, British Institute Management United Kingdom, International Association Project Management Switzerland.
Assistant engineer Department highways and Rural Works, Government Madras, 1950-1951. Operations engineer Standard Oil (SO = Esso), India, 1951-1960. Engineer Earthmoving and Construction Equipment division William Jacks & Limited company, Bombay, India, 1960-1961, roads division Ministry of Works, Government Eastern Nigeria, 1961-1967.
Transport and communications adviser, civil engineer United Nations in Tanzania, 1967-1971. Transport engineer, transport economist Commonwealth Secretariat, Commonwealth Fund for Technology Cooperation in Nigeria, London, 1972-1976. Principal resident engineer Ove Arup & Partners, Consultant Engineers, Nigeria, 1976-1980.
Project coordinator, chief technical adviser United Nations International Labor Organization, Addis Ababa, 1980-1981. Senior engineer road and bridge division Dorsch Consultant in Iraq, Munich, Federal Republic Germany, 1982-1986. Managing director North-West Lines, Ltd., Nigeria, 1974-1976, Rima Transport Limited company, Nigeria, 1975-1976.
University Utah fellow, 47-49. Indian Government scholar, 1945.