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Architect , educator

Ulhas Rane, Indian architect, educator. Recipient International Photography award Bombay Natural History Society, Mumbai, 1983; Honorary Wildlife Warden, Government of Maharashtra, India, 1987-1998.

Background

Rane, Ulhas was born on September 30, 1947 in Mumbai, India.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture, Jamshedji Jeejibhoy College Arc., Mumbai, 1971. Government diploma, Josip Juraj College, Mumbai, 1971. Master of Arts in Sociology, Mumbai University, 1980.

Postgraduate diploma in environmental & ecology, Indian Institute Ecology, New Delhi, 1985.

Career

Partner The Designers, Mumbai, since 1971. Professor Josip Juraj College, since 1985, Master of Science Ramaiah Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India, since 1997.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Rural/Tribal Architecture, 1997, History of Indian Landscape Design, 1997. Editor educational booklets: Nisarg Yatra, 1983.

Membership

Honorary secretary Bombay Natural History Society, Mumbai, 1990-1992. Trustee Prince of Wales Museum, Mumbai, 1992-1994. President Save Sahyadri, Mumbai, since 1983, Ashwattha Trust, Mumbai, since 1998.

Senior under officer National Cadet Corps, 1964-1970. Fellow Indian Institute Architects, Indian Institute Valuers. Member Bombay Natural History Society (executive committee since 1983), W.W.F. (consultant), National Center for Performing Arts, Council Architect.