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educator , Mechanical engineer

Kamal Mustafa Siddiqui, Indian mechanical engineer, educator. Achievements include research in the field of renewable energy and energy conservation. Recipient President's Certified of Merit, Solar Energy Society Zimbabwe, 1987. Fellow Institute Mechanical Engineers, Zimbabwe Institute Engineer (Zie President's award 1986); member American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

Background

Siddiqui, Kamal Mustafa was born on June 13, 1940 in Bulandshahr, India. Arrived in Pakistan, 1949. Son of Mohammed Mustafa and Siraj Sultana (Siraj) Siddiqui.

Education

Master of Science in Applied Mathematics, Punjab University, Lahore, Pakistan, 1970. Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Cranfield Institute of Technology, England, 1972. Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical Engineering, Cranfield Institute of Technology, England, 1975.

Career

Senior research officer Defense Science and Technology Organization, Chakalala, Rawalpindi, Pakistan, 1975-1980. Senior lecturer University Nairobi, Kenya, 1080-1083, University Zimbabwe, Harare, 1983-1988, chairman department mechanical engineering, 1984-1987, deputy dean faculty engineering, 1985-1988. Professor mechanical engineering, head energy technical section University Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, since 1988.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in the field of renewable energy and energy conservation.

Membership

Fellow Institute Mechanical Engineers, Zimbabwe Institute Engineer (Zie President's award 1986). Member American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

Connections

Married Azra Kamal Akbar, September 12, 1970. Children: Nasser, Nida, Nudrat.

father:
Mohammed Mustafa Siddiqui

mother:
Siraj Sultana (Siraj) Siddiqui

spouse:
Azra Kamal Akbar

child:
Nasser Siddiqui

child:
Nida Siddiqui

child:
Nudrat Siddiqui