Pentagram Research Centre Private Limited


An Indian Private Limited company incorporated at Hyderabad, India


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Pentagram Research Centre Private Limited organized pursuant to the 1956 Indian Companies Act, is executed effective as of date February 27, 1997, by the Directors (i) Chitra Govindarajan (G. Chitra) and (ii) Govindarajan Ethirajan (E.G. Rajan) with its corporate office in Hyderabad, India

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Mrs. G. Chitra is the Founder Managing Director of the Pentagram Research Centre (P) Ltd., Hyderabad, India. She is a Mathematician and a Scientist having about 29 years of experience in teaching, research and administration. She has a number of publications to her credit. She is graduated in Mathematics from the Madras University. She was a noted teacher in the campus of Aviation Research Centre, Government of India from 1977 to 1984. She was a Natural and Formal Language Specialist working in the research project of Machine Translation of Indian Languages in the Computer Science Department of the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur in 1990. She authored many research papers especially in the areas related to Automation. She conducted major International Conferences on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics (ICSCI-2004, ICSCI-2005, ICSCI-2006, ICSCI-2007) respectively in the years 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007. All these conferences had drawn the attention of many internationally reputed scientists, academicians, industrialists and students from all over the globe. Many Indian students benefited to a great extent from these conferences. While she is an academician and a scientist by profession and life style, she is also known for her capabilities in all matters related to business and administration. Recently, two major research centers have been approved by her, one Molecular Electronics Research Center and the other on Brain Research Center. Efforts are being made to take them up with collaborative support from foreign scientific organizations and the Government of India under the category of Bio Technology



Prof. Dr. E. G. Rajan B.Sc., D.M.I.T., M.E., PhD, FIE is the Founder President of the Pentagram Research Centre (P) Ltd., Hyderabad, India. He is an Electronics Engineer and a Professor of Signal Processing having about 30 years of experience in teaching, research and administration. He has a number of publications to his credit. He is a professional member of ACM and he is an editor of the journal of AMSE, Barcelona, Spain. He received his Ph.D degree in Electrical Engineering, (Signal and Image Processing), from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kanpur, U.P., M.E. degree in  Applied Electronics, from Madras University, the then famous DMIT in Electronics Engineering from the Madras Institute of Technology, Chromepet, Madras and B.Sc degree in Physics from Madras University. His contribution to the state-of-the-art of Electronic Warfare has been well recognized in the Government and industrial sectors. He was a noted teacher in the department of Electrical Engineering of the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur. He received Distinguished Scientist and Man of the Millennium Award from Who is Who Bibliographical Records, Cambridge, 2000. He authored many books like, Symbolic Computing – Signal and Image Processing, Electronic Order of Battle Records of Military Radars, Computers and Information Technology and Foundations of Information Technology. He is the father of a novel paradigm Symbolic Computing In the Framework of Markov’s Constructive Mathematical Logic. Two of his fifty Ph.D scholars are involved in the design of digital circuits using organic molecules and some of them are working in the novel area of Genomic Signal Processing. He has brought out more than 25 original concepts. One such concept is Codon Space, which advocates the theory of Life Forms as Subspaces of the Information Space called Codon Space. Another concept is a Mathematical Transform, which goes by his name as Rajan Transform. This transform is ideally used for Pattern Recognition and Analysis purposes. He leads the company in his own professorial style and the company is technically strong and steady.