Constantine Technical College (1946)

Photo of Constantine Technical College in 1946. Constantine college opened in 1930 named after Joseph Constantine (local shipping magnate), who helped finance the build. It later became Teesside Polytechic in 1969, and then in 1992 gained University status as Teesside University.

Constantine College_1946

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  1. My father studied Metallurgy from 1954 to 1960 or thereabouts. I still have his original certificates. He returned to Pune, India in 1960 by ship and worked for Foseco which manufactured foundry chemicals. In 1965 he started his own company Metachem Corporation which became the second biggest foundry chemical manufacturer. He passed away at the age of 59 (29 years later in 1994). One day I would like to visit the college which gave him the desired education.
    His name was Madhav Govind Pawar.
    Jayant Pawar

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