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Gen. Rao was commissioned into the Indian Army in 1942. During the 1971 war, his division, the 8 Mountain Division, captured the Sylhet area and liberated north-east Bangladesh. He was the Chief of the Army Staff in 1983 and was appointed Governor of Nagaland, Manipur and Tripura in June 1984. He was Governor of Jammu and Kashmir for the first time from 11 July 1989 to 19 January 1990 and the second time from 13 March 1993 till 2 May 1998.
Gen K. V. Krishna Rao was born on 16 July 1923 in a Telugu Brahmin family to K. S. Narayan Rao and Mrs. K. Lakshmi Rao of Vijayawada. He graduated from the Maharajah's College, Vizianagaram.
He received an emergency commission as a second lieutenant in the 2nd battalion of the Mahar Regiment on 9 August 1942. As a young officer, he served in Burma, North West Frontier and Baluchistan during the Second World War. During the extensive Punjab disturbances in 1947, he served both in East and West Punjab.
He was awarded the Param Vishist Seva Medal (the award for distinguished services of the most exceptional order) for displaying outstanding leadership, courage, determination and drive during this War. Gen Rao then moved to Western Sector upon his appointment on 1 June 1972 as chief of staff, Western Command. He served in this role from 1972 to 1974, during which period disengagement with Pakistani troops was carried out and fresh plans were made against likely adventures by Pakistan.
Gen Krishna Rao is credited with coming up with a unique military doctrine, now recognized and termed as 'Cold Start', during India's clashes with Pakistan, when the delay in political decision making resulted in constraining the mobilization of India's military actions. At the core of this doctrine is the initiation of swift, immediate, multiple strikes to counter and contain the enemy nation's aggression, in the interest of safety of the nation, without losing time and strategic advantage due to possible delays in political decisions owing to various domestic and international factors.
From June 1984 to July 1989, General Krishna Rao was the governor of the North Eastern States of Nagaland, Manipur and Tripura. He was also the governor of Mizoram in June 1988 and March to July 1989. He was chancellor of the Manipur and Tripura Universities. He was chairman of the North East Zone Culture Centre. In his capacity of governor of the North Eastern States, he ensured that peace was brought about and maintained, and that the Tripura Agreement was concluded.
He was married to K. Radha Rao and has one son, Narayan and one daughter, Lalitha. His son, K V Narayan Rao, was CEO of the media house NDTV; he died in November 2017 after battling cancer, and within 2 years after his father's death in early 2016.
General Krishna Rao was conferred the honorary doctorate of D.Litt. (honoris causa) by the Andhra University, Doctor of Laws (honoris causa) by Sri Venkateswara University and Doctor of Letters (D. Litt.) (honoris causa) by the Telugu University.
He was a Life Member of the India International Centre, New Delhi, National Sports Club of India, New Delhi, Defence Services Officers Institute, New Delhi, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Mumbai, Divine Life Society and Secunderabad Club. He played cricket and golf. His hobbies included photography, gardening and social welfare.
After a very, very long time, a visit to Dr KV Rao Scientific Society made this writer dial back to her school days. Not because the three-storied expansive space in one of the nooks and crannies of Hyderabad's Siddhartha Nagar (near the Madhura Nagar Metro Station to be frightfully precise) has STEM experiments or models everywhere one turns. Literally.
In 2001, he started Dr KV Rao Scientific Society, in a bid to realise his dream of building a scientific temperament among children. Today, it is a legacy that thrives in the 4,000 sqft premises that used to be where the great mind once resided. A legacy that is now being carried forward by his daughter-in-law, Dr K Ratna. But what's important is not that we did not know of him before, but that we educate ourselves about him now, in the hope to find some inspiration to ignite in our minds a sense of curiosity for learning, which is the very breath of life.
The conversations begin So, as we admire Dr KV Rao's doctorate degree from Banaras Hindu University, his magnifying glass, typewriter and more memorabilia preserved in one of the many rooms there, we ask Dr K Ratna what the man himself was like and she smiles as she says, "He was a tiger when it came to work, but otherwise he was a gentle giant who felt the pressing need to encourage children towards Science, not just medicine, but Chemistry, Physics and Biology as well." The lady in question, who has a PhD from IIT Delhi, and his family members, have ensured that his vision has been taken forward.
Science on the moveWhat's also news is that the society understands that their new lab might not be accessible to those in remote areas, and thus, they have initiated the Mobile Science Lab, funded by the Orange County Community Fund, (OCCF) California. A bus is in the process of being converted into a lab that will tour the interior of the state to make pit stops at schools where hands-on learning is much called for. Anil Kumar Kutty, the President of the society who joins us over a call, shares that as we speak, the bus is being fitted with interiors and standard experiments. This is how Dr KV Rao Scientific Society, even after two decades of tirelessly working with children, continues to reorient according to what the need of the hour demands.
Meanwhile, the society's Annual Research Award, a much-coveted one among the scientific community, continues to thrive. This year, from the 235 applications that they received (much more than any year), Arvind Kumar from IIT Madras was chosen as the winner who is working on the regularity of powers of quadratic sequences with applications to binomial ideals. Over the years, winners have advanced in their fields and still look back at the award as a milestone. The very first winner Dr Venkat Reddy is currently in Cincinnati, USA working on rare diseases. "He had shared that after he won the Award, his village welcomed him with a procession," informs Dr Ratna, who is the Convener of Indian Women's Scientists' Association, Hyderabad branch. 2b1af7f3a8