Rocket Man K Sivan Chairman of ISRO: Biography of K Sivan!

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K Sivan: Short Description about K Sivan!

Country                                        India
Full Name of K Sivan Kailasavadivoo Sivan
Nick Name of K Sivan K Sivan, Rocket man
Born of K Sivan 14 April 1957
Death of K Sivan
Born Place of K Sivan Nagercoil, Kanyakumari district of Tamil Nadu
Death Place of K Sivan
Father of K Sivan Kailasavadivoo
Mother of K Sivan Chellam
Brothers of K Sivan 1
Sisters of K Sivan 2
Married                                          Yes
Wife of K Sivan Malathi Sivan
Son of K Sivan
Daughter of K Sivan

Personal Life:

K Sivan (Kailasavadivoo Sivan) was born in a small village in the coastal district of Tamil Nadu in Nagercoil. He completed his early studies in the government school of village in Tamil language, but by the strength of his talent he took the opportunity to study in the prestigious institutions of the country.


Sivan (Kailasavadivoo Sivan) graduated in Aeronautical Engineering from the Madras Institute of Technology in 1980 and also graduated in Aerospace Engineering from IISc, Bangalore in 1982. He completed his PhD in Aerospace Engineering from IIT Bombay in 2006. He is a fellow in “Indian National Academy of Engineering”, Aeronautical Society of India and the Systems Society of India. Many papers have been published. He is known as the Chief Specialist of 6D Trajectory Simulation Software. With the help of this, the path is determined before the rocket launch.


In 1982 Sivan came to ISRO and worked on the “PSLV project”. He contributed significantly in the end to end mission planning, mission design, mission integration and analysis.

When Sivan got the news of the appointment of ISRO president, he was holding a review meeting of PSLV C-40, which was launched on January 12. In this mission, 31 satellites, including five Indians, have to be launched. This is an important mission because through this, India will launch its 100th satellite in orbit. Last year, with the establishment of a new record by establishing 104 satellites together, India was considered to be the iron of its technical skills in the world. But Sivan played an important role in this achievement. He was among the important people who overcome the technical problems of this mission.


Sivan has been honored with many awards. This included Doctor of Science in Satyabhama University in Chennai in April 2014 and Mr. Hari Om Ashram Inspired Dr. Vikram Sarabhai Research Award was found in 1999.

  • ISRO merit award” in 2007
  • Dr Biren Roy Space Science award”  in year 2011
  • Distinguished Alumnus Award (2013) from MIT Alumni Association, Chennai
  • Distinguished Alumnus Award (2018) from Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore


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