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Announcement

In accordance with by-law 14, the undermentioned have been considered worthy to be admitted to the senior grade of Fellow:

Balmforth, David John

Dinic, George

Fitzpatrick, Anthony James

Lowe, David Andrew

MacHutchon, Keith Robert

Pearson, Andrew

Bose, Partha

Carvajal Monar, Fortunato

Chowdhury, Abdul-Muyeed

Ramakrishna, Anumolu

The undermentioned have been considered worthy to be transferred to the senior grade of Fellow:

Bambrah, Gurmeet Kuar

Beadman, David Reginald

Boardman, Ernest Garfield

Bowring, Godfrey Stewart

Chick, Jonathan Peter

Dunn, William Dawson

Gawith, Elizabeth Jane

Henderson, Stuart

Hollway, Andrew Muir

Howard, Jonathan

Idiculla, Jose

Jameson, Paul David

Jennings, Robert William

Johnson, Kenneth Michael

Johnson, Peter Alan

Loosemore, Clive Ewart

Miller, Stephen James

Moore, Geoffrey David

Murray, Ian Roderick

Nunes, Jorge Manuel Costa De O.

Perez, Manuel

Putman, Michael Colin

Robinson, Cyril John

Russell, Nicholas

Smith, John William

Taylor, Howard James

Wheater, Howard Simon

Hughes, William Ronald

If any Corporate Member of the Institution has any reason to give why a candidate is not a fit and proper person for admission, he/she must communicate in writing to the Director General and Secretary. Such communication must be lodged immediately and by airmail or fax if the Corporate Member is overseas.

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