Top 10 similar words or synonyms for sukla

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for sukla

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Indulata Sukla She has presented papers at the International Congress of Mathematicians in Kyoto, Japan (1990), Zurich, Switzerland (1994), Beijing, China (2002) and Hyderabad, India (2014). She is a Life Member of the American Mathematical Society (AMS) and the Indian Mathematical Society (IMS).
Indulata Sukla She did her schooling from Maharani Prem Kumari Girls’ School and B.Sc. with Mathematics Honours from M.P.C. College, Baripada. She completed her M.Sc. in Mathematics from Ravenshaw College, Cuttack in 1966, and had a brief stint as a Lecturer in M.P.C. College, before moving to the University of Jabalpur with a CSIR Fellowship to pursue Ph.D under the supervision of Tribikram Pati. While pursuing her researches, she joined Sambalpur University in November 1970 as a Lecturer in the School of Mathematical Sciences, and continued there till her retirement in March 2004.
Indulata Sukla She is the author of the textbook "Number Theory and Its Applications to Cryptography" (Cuttack: Kalyani Publishers, 2000).
Indulata Sukla Indulata L. Sukla (born March 7, 1944) is a former Professor of Mathematics, who served for more than three decades at Sambalpur University, Sambalpur, Odisha, India. She was born in Baripada. Her father, Pandit Kashinath Kar Mohapatra, was the royal priest of the erstwhile king of the princely state of Mayurbhanj.
Haimanti Sukla Haimanti Sukla ( "Hoimonti Shukla") (born 2 February 1949) is a Bengali singer. The tradition of Hindustani classical music was in her family and this helped her to become a classically trained singer. She recorded her first song "E to kanna noy aamar" in 1972.
Haimanti Sukla Her popular song in Bollywood is "Kahan Se Aaya Badra".
Ed Sukla Edward Anthony "Ed" Sukla (March 3, 1943 – September 24, 2015) was a professional baseball player who played 3 seasons for the Los Angeles Angels and California Angels of Major League Baseball.
Indulata Sukla In her research, she worked with English mathematician Brian Kuttner on Fourier Series.
Indulata Sukla The Orissa Mathematical Society (OMS) gave her the Lifetime Achievement Award for her work in Number Theory, Cryptography and Analysis. She received the award from Professor Ramachandran Balasubramanian, Director of the Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Chennai at the 42nd Annual Conference of OMS held at Vyasanagar Autonomous College, Jajpur Road, Orissa on February 7, 2015.
Haimanti Sukla She was born in Kolkata, West Bengal, India to Pandit Harihar Sukla, a noted Hindustani classical vocalist. She received her training from her father.