About IEI

The Institution of Engineers (India) [IEI] is the largest multidisciplinary professional body of engineers, established in 1920 with its Headquarters located in Kolkata and incorporated under Royal Charter on 9th September, 1935 by the then His Majesty of King George V. The Royal Charter endowed the Institution with the responsibility to promote the general advancement of engineering amongst its members and persons attached to the Institution. After Independence, the Institution is a “Body Corporate” protected under Article 372 of the Constitution of India. The Institution of Engineers (India) is administered by a National Council with the President as its Head.

The Institution has been serving the engineering fraternity for over a Century with its national and international presence through 125 Centres spread all over India, 6 Overseas Chapters, 6 Fora and an Organ namely Engineering Staff College of India (ESCI), Hyderabad. The Institution encompasses 15 (fifteen) engineering disciplines with a Corporate membership of over 2 lakhs.

IEI has been recognized as Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (SIRO) by the Ministry of Science & Technology, Govt. of India and besides conducting its own research, provides Grant-in-Aid to UG/PG/ PhD students of Engineering Institutes & Universities.

The Institution of Engineers (India) is the first professional body to represent India in several International Bodies, such as the World Mining Congress (WMC), the World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO), the Commonwealth Engineers’ Council (CEC), the Federation International du Beton (fib), and the Federation of Engineering Institutions of South and Central Asia (FEISCA). It also has bilateral agreements with a number of professional societies across the globe.

IEI holds the International Professional Engineers (IntPE) Register for India under the global International Professional Engineers Alliance (IntPEA). The Institution also awards the Professional Engineers (PE) Certification.

The Institution of Engineers (India) as a pioneer body has been conducting Sections A & B Examinations popularly known as AMIE, successful completion of which is recognized as equivalent to a degree in engineering by the Government of India, the Union Public Service Commission, the State Governments and many Public / Private Sector organizations in the country.

Ever since its inception, IEI has been the forerunner in setting up national standards for promoting the country’s industrial base which culminated on the formation of the Indian Standard Institution (ISI), now called as Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS). IEI, in collaboration with Springer Nature Pvt. Ltd., regularly publishes peer-reviewed international journals in five Series, covering fifteen engineering disciplines.

IEI issues membership certification to the eligible engineers, technologists and scientists. Charter Engineer, Professional Engineer and International Professional Engineer certifications in various disciplines of engineering are also issued by this Institution.

During Indian Engineering Congress, National Conventions, Engineers’ Day, recognitions and awards are conferred upon the distinguished engineers in recognition of their contributions in the engineering domain.

The Institution maintains a panel of highly qualified and well experienced Arbitrators having technical and professional engineering competence covering 15 core engineering disciplines from amongst its Fellow members who are attached to 125 State and Local Centres of the Institution located all over the country. IEI awards a certificate to the empanelled arbitrators in recognition of their expertise in the field of arbitration. The Institution appoints arbitrator from its panel of arbitrators in various disputes that arise by and between the parties during execution of works / supplies contracts.

The State / Local Centres of IEI spread across the country do organize technical activities and provide platform to the stakeholders, technocrats, policy makers and others to share their expertise to benefit the engineering fraternity.

History Of IEI
Genesis: After First World war, the Industrialization were on rise and the engineering activity took a positive shape in India. As a consequence, need was felt to uphold the quality in products and operations of the Engineering domain. Accordingly Government of India formed an Indian Industrial Commission under the Chairmanship Sir Thomas Holland, the then Commerce member of the then Govt. of India. The commission recommended the establishment of an Institution as a professional body of engineers to ensure advancement of technology and uphold the quality of products in various stages of production.

On the basis of the recommendation several meetings of the leading engineers were held in various parts of country and “Indian Society of Engineers” was formed in 03 Jan 1919 at Calcutta. Subsequently, rules and constitution were drafted and circulated nationwide for the all interested people. Finally, with gained momentum of the efforts undertaken, a meeting was held in 16 Jul 1919 at Shimla to consider all modification and additions and the name of the Society was changed to The Institution of Engineers (India).

About IEI Haryana State Centre

This Centre was established as a sub Centre in 1978 with a membership of 285 corporate members and 1500 non-corporate members and was upgraded as Local Centre in the year 1984, further local Centre was upgraded to Haryana State Centre wef 01.04.1999. At present there are 7130 corporate members and 33645 non-corporate members attached to Haryana State Centre. The Haryana State Centre is doing its best to organize the various technical activities for the benefit of engineering community. In the recent past we have organized World Telecommunication and Information Society Day on May 17, 2023 at Galaxy Global Group of Institutions, Dinarpur (Ambala) and Engineers Day on September 15, 2023 at South Point Institute of Technology & Management, Sonepat.

D-24 GJU Campus
G J University of Science & Technology,
HISAR - 125001
email : rajeev_vasudeva@rediffmail.com
Mobile: 9416258578
Honorary Secretary
Er. Virender Singh, AMIE
Qtr. DS - 57, PTPS
Panipat Thermal Power Station,
Panipat – 132 105
email : ervirender82@gmail.com
Mobile: 9355869386


S. No. Name Designation Division
1. Er. Rajeev Vasudeva Chairman Mechanical Engg.
2. Er. Virender Singh Honorary Secretary Mechanical Engg.
3. Dr. Vrinda Gupta Immediate Past Chairman Electronics & Telecom Engg.
4. Er. Naresh Chand Arora Immediate Past Honorary Secretary Mechanical Engg.
5. Er. Gaurav Bhatia Member Computer Sci. & Engg
6. Er. D.K. Gupta
Er. D.L. Gupta
Er. H.C. Bhatia
Civil Engg.
7. Dr. N.K. Arora
Er. Vipin Uppal
Electronics & Telecom Engg.
8. Er. K.C. Sethi
Er. Rajbir Singh Malik
Er. Raman Gupta
Mechanical Engg.
Civil Engg.
9. Er. Subhash Chander Member Electrical Engg.
10. Er. Ajay Mahajan Member Production Engg.
11. Er. Ashwani Sharma Council Member Electrical Engg.
Past Chairmen
1. Er. P.S. Rawat, FIE 1999-2001
2. Er. Satish Bhalla, FIE 2001-2003
3. Dr. Surjit Angra, FIE 2003-2005
4. Er. A.K. Sharma, FIE 2005-2007
5. Er. K. C. Sethi, FIE 2007-2009
6. Er. Victor Gambhir, FIE 2009-2011
7. Dr. Arun Goel, FIE 2011-2013
8. Er. D.K. Gupta, FIE 2013-2015
9. Er. T.P. Singh, FIE 2015-2017
10. Er. Ajay Mahajan, FIE 2017-2019
11. Dr. Vrinda Gupta, FIE 2019-2022
Past Hon. Secretaries
1. Er. K. C. Sethi, FIE 1999-2001
2. Dr. Surjit Angra, FIE 2001-2003
3. Er. H.C. Bhatia, MIE 2003-2005
4. Er. Ajay Mahajan,MIE 2005-2007
5. Er. Sanjiv Walia, MIE 2007-2009
6. Er. Asheet Bajaj, MIE 2009-2011
7. Er. N.K. Arora, MIE 2011-2013
8. Er. T.P. Singh, FIE 2013-2015
9. Er.Vipin Kumar, MIE 2015-2017
10. Er. A.K. Sharma, FIE 2017-2019
11. Er. N.C. Arora, MIE 2019-2022

Local Centre

The Institution of Engineers
Faridabad Local center
C/O YMCA University of Science and Technology
Mathura Road, Faridabad- 121006, Haryana
Email: faridabadlc@ieindia.org

Chairman :Er. K.R. Gupta

Honorary Secretary : Er. Inderdeep Singh Oberoi

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