Guyanese electronics expert reaches U.S. Hall of Fame
Guyana Chronicle
October 24, 2003

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GUYANESE Dr Nandalall Sukhdeo has been inducted into the National Electronics Industry Hall of Fame at a ceremony in Nevada, United States (U.S.).

He was one of the youngest inductees at the time of the last July 19 function.

Sukhdeo is a member of the American Society of Certified Engineering Technicians (ASCET) and the National Association for Radio Telecommunication Engineers (NARTE).

Formerly of Vryheid, West Canje, Berbice, he attended Trinity Primary School, Berbice High School and New Amsterdam Technical Institute, where he studied radio, television and electronics.

After migrating to the U.S. in 1989, Sukhdeo continued studies in the electronics field and secured a Doctorate degree in Electronics Engineering and a Masters degree in management information systems.

In 1996, he was presented with a Master of Communication technology award in Dallas, Texas and is certified in 13 different aspects of electronics.

Sukhdeo was presented with the technician award at the National Professional Service Convention in Reno, Nevada, in 1999, the same year he was elected as a New York State representative for Electronic Technicians Association International.

He has more qualifications in video engineering from London Institute and satellite communication from the British Institute of Electronics Engineering.

Sukhdeo has authored several publications on electronics technology and engineering and is currently employed with New York City Transit Authority (NYCTA).