Sharma was professor of chemical engineering at Mumbai University Institute of Chemical Technology for over three decades and Director of MUICT from 1989 to 1997.
What does UICT stand for?
UICT stands for University Institute of Chemical Technology (Mumbai India)
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- Ukrainian Initiative in the Czech Republic
- Universidad Interamericana de Costa Rica
- University-Industry Cooperative Research Programs
- Under the Influence of Controlled Substance
- Unified Incident Command System (disaster management; various locations)
- Uniform Inspection and Communication Standards (Motorist Assurance Program)
- User Interaction in Constraint Satisfaction (mathematics workshop)
- University of Illinois Committee on School Mathematics (Champaign, IL)
- Unit Identification Code of the Support Maintenance Activity
- Uganda Institute of Information and Communications Technology (est. 1965)
- Union Internationale Contre la Tuberculose et Maladies Respiratoires (French: International Alliance Against Tuberculosis & Respiratory Diseases)
- Universal Insurance Company of Texas (now Universal North American Insurance Company)
- University of Illinois Center for Urban Economic Development
- University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine
- Umsatzsteuer-Identifikationsnummer (German: Value Added Tax Number; EU)
- Unique Identifier/Identification
- Universal Initializer Disk
- Universal Instruction Design (education)
- University of Idaho
- Unpaid in Dispute
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Sharma, fellow of The Royal Society, United Kingdom - Professor Sharma was the first Professor of Chemical Engineering to be named Director of University Institute of Chemical Technology, as well as the first Indian engineer to be elected as a fellow of The Royal Society, UK.
Sharma, Fellow of The Royal Society, United Kingdom--Professor Sharma was the first Professor of Chemical Engineering to be named Director of University Institute of Chemical Technology, as well as the first Indian engineer to be elected as a Fellow of The Royal Society, UK.