M. M. Rajendran

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M. M. Rajendran
Governor of Odisha
In office
15 November 1999 – 17 November 2004
Preceded by C. Rangarajan
Succeeded by Rameshwar Thakur
Personal details
Born (1935-04-12)12 April 1935
Andhra Pradesh, India
Nationality Indian
Alma mater University of Madras
Profession Civil Servant
Administrator

Shri M. M. Rajendran (born 12 April 1935 in Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh), was top of his 1957 IAS batch and later became Chief Secretary of Tamil Nadu and Governor of Odisha from 15 November 1999 to 17 November 2004.[1] [2] [3] Earlier he was a member of the UNICEF executive board and vice chairman of its program committee at New York.[4] He is a CSI (Church of South India) Christian, who was considered by the Tamil Nadu based Samuga Samatuva Padai Party for the post of the President of India. [5]

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Preceded by
C. Rangarajan
Governor of Odisha
1999- 2004
Succeeded by
Rameshwar Thakur