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Corporate Members

Honorary Life Fellow

  • Who is an Honorary Life Fellow ?
  • Class of Fellow (FIE) members those who reach the age 60 and completion of 40 years of membership.

Fellow

  • Who is a Fellow ?
  • Fellows shall comprise every person who has been admitted or transferred into the Class of Fellow as long as his name is on the Roll as such.

    Every candidate for admission or transfer to the Class of Fellow shall satisfy the Council that he :


    1. Is more than 35 years of age ;
    2. Is a Member
    3. Has had sufficient experience of a nature acceptable to the Council involving at least five years of responsibility in engineering superior to that required for Membership ;
    4. Is, disregarding temporary unemployment, engaged in the practice of or associated with engineering ;

The Council may require any candidate to attend an interview conducted on its behalf in order that he may better satisfy the Council that he possesses the requisite qualifications.

Or

ii.

  1. Possess a degree in engineering accredited by the Institution or an equivalent qualification accepted by the Institution.
  2. Is more than 40 years of age.
  3. Is a practising engineering professional with at least 15 years service after graduation.
  4. Has made an outstanding contribution to the development and advancement of engineering profession / industry/ society, towards the benefit of the mankind contributing to economic enhancement and recognition to his organization and to the country and has gained such eminence worthy of recognition.
  5. Possess such knowledge in his field for active furtherance of the Engineering profession and is a fit person by all means to be enrolled as a Fellow.

Honorary Life Member

    • Who is an Honorary Life Member ?
    • Class of Fellow (FIE) members those who reach the age 60 and completion of 40 years of membership.

Member

    • Who is a Member ?
    • Members shall comprise every person who has been admitted into the Class of Member so long as his name is on the Roll as such.
  1. Every candidate for admission or transfer to the Class of Member shall satisfy the Council that he :
    1. Is more than 25 years of age ;
    2. Has a degree in engineering accredited by the Institution or an equivalent qualification accepted by the Institution.
    3. Has had sufficient professional engineering training and practical experience as may be prescribed by the Council ;
    4. Has discharged or has shown the capacity to take on professional responsibility as an engineer for a sufficient period of time ;
    5. Has an aggregate of his engineering education, training and professional experience which is not less than eight years ; and
    6. Is at the time of his application (disregarding temporary unemployment) engaged in the practice of or associated with engineering ; or
    7. Has been accepted for admission as a Member through the Mature Engineering Candidates’ Route, as per relevant rules. The Mature Engineering Candidates’ Route will cease to function after December 31, 2010.
    8. Has been accepted for Admission as a Member through rules approved by the Council from time to time.
     
  2. The Council may require any candidate to attend a Professional Review conducted on its behalf in order that he may better satisfy the Council that he possesses the requisite qualifications.

Non Corporate Members

Honorary Fellow

  • Who is an Honorary Fellow ?
  • Honorary Fellows are eminent and distinguished persons who are invited by the council.

Associate Member

  • Who is an Associate Member ?
  • Associate Members shall comprise every person who has been admitted to the Class of Associate Members so long as his name is on the Roll as such.

    Every candidate for admission or transfer to the Class of Associate Members shall satisfy the Council

  1. That he is more than 21 years of age and

  2. That he possess a Four year full time degree in engineering recognized by the Institution or an equivalent qualification acceptable to the Council.

Affiliate Member

  • Who is an Affiliate Member ?
  • Affiliate Members shall comprise every person who has been admitted to the Class of Associate Members so long as his name is on the Roll as such.

    Every candidate for admission or transfer to the Class of Associate Members shall satisfy the Council :

  1. That he is more than 21 years of age and
  2. That he possess a three year full time degree in engineering recognized by the Institution or an equivalent qualification acceptable to the Council.

Companion

  • Who is a Companion ?
  • Companions shall comprise every person who has been admitted to the Class of Companion so long as his name is on the Roll as such.

    Every candidate for admission or transfer to the Class of Companion shall be of good education and shall satisfy the Council :

  1. That he is more than 35 years of age ;
  2. That disregarding temporary unemployment, he is engaged in the practice of or associated with engineering ; and
  1. That he has attained a position of responsibility as an Engineer ; or
  2. That by his connection with engineering or otherwise is qualified to concur with engineers in the advancement of engineering.

Associate

  • Who is an Associate ?
  • Associates shall comprise every person who has been admitted to the Class of Associate so long as his name is on the Roll as such.

    Every candidate for admission or transfer to the Class of Associate shall satisfy the Council that he ;

  1. Is not less than 25 years of age
  2. Is one who is holding a post of engineer or one equivalent to that of an engineer in a recognised organisation as determined by the Council. and
  3. Possesses technical qualifications and experience as determined by the Council.

Student

  • Who is a Student ?
  • Students shall comprise every person who has been admitted into the Class of Student so long as his name is on the Roll as such.

    Every candidate for admission to the Class of Student shall be over 16 years of age. However, if he is over 35 years of age he shall have to satisfy requirements given in By-Law.

    Every candidate for admission as a Student shall satisfy the Council :

  1. That he has passed such qualifying examination or sections of such examination as may from time to time be accepted by the Council ; and

    1. that he is undergoing a regular course of further education approved by the Council for the purpose of this By-Law ;
    2. has indentured himself as an apprentice under the supervision of a Corporate Member of the Institution in a manner acceptable to Council.
     
    A person may remain on the Roll as a Student or join the institution as a Student after he reaches the age of 35 years provided he pays the appropriate transfer/entrance fee and annual subscriptions under By-Law 34.