Dr. M. A. Maluk Mohamed
Director and Chairman, MASTeR Group of Institutions
Dr. Maluk completed his Ph.D from IIT Madras, Chennai, M.E (CSE) from REC Tiruchirapalli and B.E.(ECE) from Bharathidasan University. Chairman of 3 higher educational institutions – M.A.M. College of Engineering & Technology, M.A.M. School of Architecture and M.A.M. Business School. He is also the Co-founder and Global Vice President (Research) – Twin Health Inc., San Francisco and heads the India Operations – Twins Digital Services India Pvt. Ltd. – Chennai.
His doctoral thesis was on the topic, Communication and Computing Paradigms for Distributed Mobile Systems. His current research focuses on Healthcare technology, Distributed Computing, Mobile Computing, wireless Sensor Networks, Cluster Computing, Grid Computing, etc. Dr. Maluk has guided 12 research scholars in getting their Ph.D. degree and 1 M.S.(Research) student. He has published 178 research publications in various international journals and conference proceedings.
Dr. Maluk has released 15 publications and has been credited in over 30 International Conference proceedings. A renowned speaker, who is much sought after for his lectures in scientific symposiums and technical conferences apart from the ones at educational institutions. Dr. Maluk has received several Awards and recognition for his contribution to the spheres of Education, Science & Technology. The major ones being:
‘Significant Contribution Award- National Level’ conferred by Computer Society of India, December 2012, Kolkata.
‘Eminent Educationist Award’ for outstanding achievements in the field of education, National & International Compendium, New Delhi, Feb 2012.
‘Global e-learning Institutional Leadership’ Award out of the nominations from 88 countries from World Education Congress, Mumbai, June 2012.
Fathima Bathool Maluk
Secretary & CEO, MASTeR Group of Institutions
Fathima Bathool Maluk is an accomplished professional with a remarkable track record in education, entrepreneurship, and community engagement. She has consistently demonstrated her commitment to excellence and leadership throughout her career. Here is a profile that reflects her high standards and achievements:
Fathima Bathool Maluk, an illustrious alumna of prestigious institutions, stands as a beacon of excellence in the fields of education, entrepreneurship, and social impact. With an unwavering dedication to personal and professional growth, she has consistently raised the bar for herself and her peers.
Fathima Bathool’s academic journey is a testament to her pursuit of knowledge and intellectual prowess. She holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Alagappa University, Karaikudi. Her undergraduate degree in Nutrition Food Service Management & Dietetics from the University of Madras showcases her diverse educational background.
Furthermore, she has undergone executive training at IIM Ahmedabad and completed the Women Entrepreneurs Education Program at the Indian School of Business (ISB), Hyderabad.
As the Secretary and Chief Executive Officer of the MASTeR Group of Institutions, comprising M.A.M. College of Engineering and Technology and M.A.M. B School, Fathima Bathool has played a pivotal role in shaping the educational landscape in Tamil Nadu.
Her accolades include the prestigious “ICTACT Women Edupreneur Awards 2015” and the “Best Women Entrepreneur Award” from the Women Entrepreneurs Association of Tamil Nadu (WEAT) in 2015. These recognitions underscore her significant contributions to the education industry.
Fathima Bathool’s leadership extends beyond her institutions. She has served as the national chair of CII Yi’s YUVA, a student organization under Young Indians (Yi). Her active involvement has also led her to be a governing council member of the national Yi team and an executive committee member of CII Southern Regional Council since 2017.
Her decade-long association with Young Indians Yi has been marked by several achievements. Notably, during her tenure as Chair of Yi Tiruchirappalli, the chapter received awards for the Best Yuva Chapter, and the Project Komal (later known as MASOOM) she initiated gained national recognition. She also held the position of Regional Chairperson of CII’s Young Indians Tamilnadu Zone.
Fathima Bathool was the driving force behind Yi Project MASOOM, a national initiative aimed at creating awareness on child safety among children, parents, and stakeholders. The project, launched by Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Kailash Satyarthi in 2015, has made a significant impact in safeguarding children.
She is also a member of CII’s IWN (Indian Women Network) and also held the position of President at the Women Entrepreneurs Association of Tamil Nadu (WEAT) in 2019-2020.
Fathima Bathool’s global engagement has taken her to various countries, including the USA, Australia, China, UK, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, France, Italy, Sultanate of Oman, Malaysia, Singapore, UAE, Saudi Arabia, and Sri Lanka. Her international exposure has enriched her perspectives and expanded her horizons.
Leadership and Community Involvement
Apart from her professional achievements, Fathima Bathool has served as the President of the International Toastmaster Club, Tiruchirappalli Chapter, during the 2016-2017 term. She holds the prestigious Distinguished Toastmaster Award. Additionally, she is an active participant in the Women Entrepreneurs (WE) Forum of Tamil Nadu.
Fathima Bathool is not only a leader in her professional life but also a dedicated family person. She is happily married to Dr. M.A. Maluk Mohamed and is a loving mother to three sons, Ashfaaq, Mishaal, and Ayaas.
Fathima Bathool Maluk’s life and career exemplify the highest standards of excellence, leadership, and social responsibility. Her journey continues to inspire individuals and make a lasting impact on society.
Dr. Susan Christina
Principal, M.A.M. College of Engineering & Technology
A Ph.D Holder in Information & Communication Engineering from Anna University, Chennai Dr. Christina is a committed academician and educationist. Her achievements in her field spanning international journals, conference lectures, grants and research papers are exemplary. She has published over 14 International journals and has been credited in over 20 International Conference proceedings. An accomplished speaker in her domain of Electronics, Computers & Communication she is invited regularly for lectures in technical seminars and symposiums. Some of the prestigious Grants she received include:
Grant from ISRO for organizing National level seminar on “Terahertz Communication: Next frontier for Wireless Communications”
Grant from AICTE for organizing National level. seminar on RFID and another for organizing National level Faculty Development Programme on VLSI Design
Principle Coordinator for AICTE funded MODROBS project to set up the Modern Optical Lab. Lab has been funded for Rs.10,00,000.
Dr. Christina has reviewed around 20 articles for more than ten internationally reputed journals including Optical Engineering (SPIE), Optoelectronics (IET), Fiber and Integrated Optics(Tylor & Francis), Electronics Letter, Chinese Optics Letter, Journal of Nanophotonics (SPIE), Journal of Optical Communications, Photonic Network Communications (Springer), Journal of Modern Optics (Tyrol and Francis), Optics Communication(Elsevier).