Friday, 6 July 2007

Technocrat from Bihar Forms 'BiharBrains' to Pool Resources
Patna: January 15, 2005

Mr. Bibhuti Bikramaditya, an engineer of Bihar descent employed at Seoul, South Korea, in order to unite all the technical brains of Bihar under one large umbrella, has formed what is called 'the BiharBrains'.

Bikramaditya, who is also the moderator of 'BiharBrains', started this organization on Oct 4, 2004 with certain objectives to unite all educated people of Bihar residing in India and abroad who are concerned for the development of the state. On January 9, he called a first global chat meet and formed an executive committee to shape the organization efficiently and professionally. Before this meeting, he had organized several meetings at Delhi, Bangalore, Remembering Patna Meet (with large gatherings) at Hotel Samrat, and UAE meet, details of which are available in the website

BiharBrains has taken off the ground in a very impressive manner and is fast taking shape of a real development forum for Bihar by including a host of noted scientists, engineers, professors, Chartered Accountants, lawyers, economists, R&D professionals, CEOs and young mass brain under its wing.

Mr. Sugriv Barnwal of USA will be global in-charge of the NGO Formation Committee who has been involved with similar activities for many years in USA holding as the General Secretary, Bajana, North America (, Indian Association at USA ( and charitable organization for poor and underprivileged for Bihar and UP ( He will be assisted by Mr. Bikramaditya. Mr. B. K. Sharma will be meeting President at Patna.

BiharBrains has scheduled another online meeting for Sunday Jan. 16th, 2005 at 9:00 PM (IST) to discuss Technical Team Building committee for company formation; fund raising committee, business activities committee (To form bridges between the NRIs, company CEOs for investment in Bihar and popularize the "become self employer and generate employment for many" agenda); students welfare committee for employment and higher studies and scholarships in India and abroad; and expert committee for proposed Aryabhatt center for R&D.

For more information, one can visit its website at, send emails at, or call at 0082-2-538-8011 (mobile).

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