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   :: More Info about:  Murugesu Yoganathan 
O/L or SSC Batch: 1975  
Last Name:Yoganathan
First Name:Murugesu
Current City:Clinton, New Jersey
Current Country:USA
Place of Origin in Ceylon:Point Pedro
To E-mail Mr. Murugesu Yoganathan:
Phone:(-) (973) 227-1551 ext. 239 ( W), (908) 521-2351 (H)
Highest level of education:Doctorate
Occupation :Sr. Process Engineer
Affiliation :II-VI, Inc.
Studied in Hartley College:From 1972 to 1979
The Class Division:A
House :Thamotheram
Register No :-
Index No :8430
Additional Info :Class of 1984, University of Jaffna Home address: 1 Crestview Drive, Clinton, NJ 08809, USA
Information Entered:Dec. 14, 1998     17:57:47
Information Last Updated:July 02, 2007     18:00:42
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