D. K. Oza

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D. K. Oza
Born 13 July 1933
Residence Chennai, Tamil Nadu.
Nationality Indian

D. K. Oza is an Indian civil servant and writer. belongs to the Tamil Nadu cadre of IAS and has served the government for about thirty years. He has been the Vice Chancellor of the Gandhigram Rural University in Tamil Nadu between 1990 and 1994. He has authored a book analysing three movements in India in the context of Gandhian principles. He is also a former Fulbright scholar (1991), a British Council scholar. Mr. Oza taught a summer course on Mahatma Gandhi at the Portland State University for eight years. He led a delegation of Indian Gandhians to South Africa in 1992 to suggest renewal of the Ashrams founded by Mahatma Gandhi in that country at Durban and at Johannesburg.[1]

He is a trustee at Anasuya Foundation for Women and Children. He is very closely associated with the Sarvodaya-VIT Students Chapter of VIT University.


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