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Charles Victor George Scott

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Charles Victor George Scott (1872- )

1922 M.A., B.A.T., M.Inst.C.E., F.R. S.A. (Lond.), M.C.I., M.Inst.C.E.I., Civil Engineer, c/o King, King and Co., Bombay, India; b. 1872. Ed. at Trinity College, Dublin, and in School of Engineering, Dublin University. Assistant Resident Engineer on Tidal Section of Manchester Ship Canal, 1898-1900; from 1900 to date, Assistant and Executive Engineer, Indian Public Works Department, Irrigation Branch, Punjab. Chief Works: Resident Assistant Engineer, Tidal Section Manchester Ship Canal; subsequently engaged in both construction and maintenance work on Lower Chenab Canal, Lower Jhelum Canal, Upper Chenab Canal, Western Jumna Canal, Lower Bari Doah Canal, and Sirhind Canal, including headworks construction and river training works, as Assistant and Executive Engineer. Present Appointment: Superintending Engineer, Punjab Drainage Board, Lahore. Publications: "The Construction of Reinforced Concrete Syphons on Upper Chenab Canal," published in Transactions of Institution of Civil Engineers of Ireland. War Services.—Enrolled in Indian Defence Force, 3rd Punjab Rifles, during the war.

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