30 APR 1898-29 MAY 1979 T.M.A.PAI

T. M. A. Pai

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Padma Shri
Tonse Madhav Ananth Pai
MB BS, D.Litt
Born April 30, 1898
Udupi, Mysore
British India
Died May 29, 1979
Manipal, Karnataka
India
Alma mater Manipal University
Karnatak University
Spouse(s) Sharada Pai

11 children = Mohandas Pai,Ramdas Pai Panduranga Pai, Malathi Shenoy, Suneethi Nayak, Narayana Pai, Vasanthi Shenai, Jayanthi Pai, Ashok Pai, Indumathi Pai, Ashavathi Pai

Relatives Ramesh Pai
Awards Padma Shri (1972)

Dr. Tonse Madhav Ananth Pai, abbreviated: T. M. A. Pai, (April 30, 1898 – May 29, 1979), was an Indian doctor, educationist, banker and philanthropist, most well known for building the university town of Manipal, Karnataka,India.

He was first to start a private, self-financing medical college offering MBBS in India. Pai established the Kasturba Medical College, Manipal in 1953 and Manipal Institute of Technology in 1957, which was followed by a string of other education institutions including Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore, Manipal College of Dental Sciences and Manipal College of Pharmaceutical Sciences. He, along with his brother Upendra Pai, also establishedSyndicate Bank originally in Udupi, Karnataka, which has its headquarters now in Manipal and Bangalore. He was responsible for its popular Pigmy Deposit Scheme.

 

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    T. M. A. Pai
    Dr. Tonse Madhav Ananth Pai, abbreviated: T. M. A. Pai, was an Indian doctor, educationist, banker and philanthropist, most well known for building the university town of Manipal, Karnataka, India. Wikipedia
    Born: April 30, 1898, Udupi
    Died: May 29, 1979, Manipal
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