MATTERS RELATING TO ENGINEERING FRATERNITY
The engineering fraternity is going through challenging times. On the one hand the country is in the development mode with projects of all sizes in all sectors either having taken off or on the anvil. When that is the case and the fact that engineers are a MUST for any project it is well nigh imperative that their status, title and profession be suitably protected.
“Matters Relating to Engineering Fraternity” comprises of two sections. The First contains matter on the “Legislation for Engineers” and the Second on Council of Architecture Matters.
- “Legislation for Engineers” deals with “Need for Legislation”, then briefly traces the “Draft Engineers Bill – Development So Far”. The “Petition – Legislation for Engineers” is given next. It wraps up with the sub-section “Support the Petition”. The legislation is also necessary to protect the engineers from being summarily held accountable for alleged professional misconduct.
- The actions initiated by the Council of Architecture (COA) are restrictive in nature and infringe and violate the fundamental rights guaranteed to all citizens of India by the Constitution vide Article 19. A ‘Note for Engineers Rev July 2014’ gives the gist of the issues. The court cases relating to the matters concerning COA, Indian Institute of Architects (IIA) or an architect are listed and up loaded in a separate sub-section.
To take up the issues with full force for the rights of the engineering fraternity SOLIDARITY is essential and so are FUNDS.
Please send in your contribution to CEAI, which is managing the funds on behalf of the Engineering Fraternity to assist any engineer who is wrongly charged with professional misconduct and also to set right the incorrect actions of COA.
The contribution by you and the expenses incurred by CEAI for these are exempt from IT.
Cheque/Bank Draft drawn in favour of “Consulting Engineers Association of India” and payable at New Delhi or sent via Bank transfer as per details given below:
|Name of Bank||YES Bank Ltd.|
|Branch Address||Ground Floor, Sector B, Pocket 11, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi 110070|
Persons to Contact for assistance:
The names of the association and individuals, working in capitals of States and Union Territories, who have expressed their willingness to be on the panel of the Engineering Associations who are willing and ready to locally take up issues relating to the engineering fraternity are given below.
Presidents/ Chairmen of associations or individuals in Jammu & Kashmir, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Rajasthan, Bihar, Assam, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura, Odisha, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Goa, Andaman & Nicobar Islands who are volunteering to join the panel for fronting the issues affecting the engineering fraternity may please get in touch so that their names and contact could be added in the list.
|State/ Region||Name of Association/ Person||Contact details|
|National Capital Territory||Consulting Engineers Association of India, New Delhi,
|Indian Association of Structural Engineers, New Delhi
|Andhra Pradesh & Karnataka||Association of Consulting Civil Engineers (India) [ACCE(I)]
|Gujarat||Mr. Rahul Vakil
VMS Engineering & Design Services, Ahmedabad
|Madhya Pradesh||Association of Civil Engineers of Madhya Pradesh, (Bhopal Unit)
Mr. Vikram Saxena
Pyramid Consultants, Bhopal
|Mr. Ashok Manhar,
Ashok Manhar and Associates, Bhopal
|Maharashtra, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu||India Chapter of American Concrete Institute (ICACI)
|CEAI Western Region Centre
Dr. Harshavardhan Subbarao, Chairman
|Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Kerala & Lakshadweep||Mr. Sanna Ratnavelemail@example.com|
|Uttar Pradesh||Association of Professional Graduate Civil Engineers (APGCE)
|West Bengal||CEAI Eastern & North Eastern Region Centre
|Association of Multi-Disciplinary Engineering Consultants (AMEC);
Mr. Amal Biswas, Chairman
‘Successfully Meeting Challenges Facing the Engineering Profession’
‘Record Note of Meeting of Engineering Associations held on 25th July 2014′