Monday 22 July 2019

K.Sivan wiki , Biography , wife , age , salary , education , family .

Kailasavadivoo Sivan or K.Sivan popularly known as "Rocket Man " is an Indian space scientist and present chairperson of the Indian space research Organisation ( ISRO ). He was also the former director of Vikram Sarabhai Space center and Liquid propulsion center.Read More K.Sivan, wiki, Biography, Age, Salary. Caste.

Some questions related to K.Sivan

1) Who is known as Rocket Man of India?
• Kailasavadivoo Sivan is known as Rocket Man of India.

2) Why K. Sivan is known as Rocket Man of India?

• K.Sivan is popularly known as " Rocket Man " of India because of his significant contribution to the development of cryogenic engines, for India's space program.

3) Who is the present chairman of ISRO 2019?

• Kailasavadivoo Sivan is the present chairman of ISRO 2019.

K.Sivan wiki , Biography , wife , age , salary , education , family .


K.Sivan wiki Biography

  •Personal Information
      Born  -  14th April 1957.
      Birthplace - Mela Sarakkalvilai , Tamil Nadu .
      Nationality - Indian.
      Popularity is known as - Rocket Man of India.
      Preceded by - A.S Kiran Kumar.


  • K.Sivan Education and Qualifications

       High school - Tamil medium government school.
       Madras Institute of Technology( BE )
       Indian Institute of Science ( ME )
       Indian Institute of Technology (Ph.D.) .

   • K.Sivan Family
       K.Sivan parents are Kailasavadivoo (Father) and Chellam (Mother).

   K.Sivan Wife ( Spouse ) Name

     Malathi Sivan is the wife of K. Sivan.

  • K.Sivan Children name

     Siddharth and Sushanth

 • K.Sivan Age and Salary

      K. Sivan  Age -  62
      K. Sivan salary -  2-3 lacs rupees (approx).
      K.Sivan Salary is 2.5-3Lacs in rupees, Approximately

 • K.Sivan Caste 

    Not known

K.Sivan wiki , Biography , wife , age , salary , education , family .



  • K.Sivan Early Life and Career

•  Sivan started his career working on the design and development of launch vehicles for ISRO.
• To participate in PSLV ( Polar satellite launch vehicle ), He joined IO in the year 1982.
• On 2nd July 2014, He was appointed as
Director of ISRO's Liquid propulsion system center.
• He became the director of VSSC on 1 June 2015.
• K. Sivan is the chief architect of, SITARA which is known as the backbone of the real-time and non-real-time trajectory simulations,  ISRO launch vehicles. 
• In the year April 2011, He joined the GSLV project as project director, Leadership of K.Sivan
• K. Sivan was appointed as the chief Of ISRO on 15 Jan 2018.
Awards and Recognition

• In the year 1999 K. Sivan was awarded Hari Om Ashram Prerit Dr. Vikram Sarabhai Research Award.
• In the year 2007, he was awarded the ISRO merit award.
• In the year 2011, he was awarded Biren Roy Space Science award.
• MIT alumni association, Chennai awarded him Distinguished Alumnus Award, in the year 2013.
•  K. Sivan again awarded Distinguished Alumnus Award in the year 2018 from the Institute of Science, Bangalore.
• K. Sivan was conferred ( Honoris Causa ) i.e Doctor of science from Satyamaba University, Chennai in April 2014. Read Biography of Second richest person of India Azim Premji biography.

Achievements and Contribution

• He has Contributed tremendously in establishing a parallel computing facility and a hypersonic wind tunnel facility.
• It is during his leadership which led to the historic achievement of GSLV flight with an indigenous cryogenic stage.
• It is During the leadership and expertise of K. Sivan ISRO set world record by sending 104 satellites in a single mission on 14th February 2017.
• It is under the chairmanship of K.Sivan , ISRO launched The Chandrayaan 2, the second mission to the moon on 22nd July 2019.
If Chandrayaan mission 2 becomes successful, India will become the fourth country after the USA , China, and USSR to make a successful landing on the lunar surface.



  1. Excellent sir... All Indians are proud of you

  2. 🙏நல் வாழ்த்துக்கள்

  3. The entire country is proud of you Sir. I salute you and your team.

  4. I think the chandrayan2 lander should have had multiple stands all around it's circumference and not just four beneath the lander in case it failed to be guided horizontally on its four legs thereby allowing the lander to be guided back into position if it was tilted and not harming it's intricate components within if it by chance met a hard landing.