"IEI Vision is to enable practice of ethical ethos and pursuits of professional excellence for engineering fraternity to serve the humanity through inclusive growth".
The Institution of Engineers (India) (IEI), was established in 1920 and was sanctioned the Royal Charter in 1935, laying down the principal role of the to be of a learned society promoting the advancement of the science and practice in different fields of engineering. The Royal Charter reflects the spirit in which engineering disciplines are to be pursued.
An urgent need was felt to evolve the IEI Vision to promote an environment to enable ethical pursuits of professional excellence for engineering fraternity in the country so as to provide leadership for serving the humanity in an inclusive manner.
IEI Vision Document emphasises on 'functional areas' and 'key result actions' to fulfil the obligations specified in the objectives under the Royal Charter. The IEI Vision Document has been formulated for the first time in the history of IEI. This task could be accomplished by sincere and hard work by the Strategic Plan Committee under the Chairmanship of Mr. N.C. Vaish, Past President, IEI and other eminent contributors as recorded on the facing page. I would also like to recognize the effort of Mr. Pradeep Chaturvedi, the IEI Council Member in drafting the IEI Vision.
I have pleasure in presenting the IEI Vision to all our members and the engineering fraternity.
Ashok Kumar Basa
President The Institution of Engineers (India)
Features of IE(INDIA) Students' Chapter
To motivate the students in their study, self-confident, creativity, innovation through conducting National Level Seminar , Quiz Competition, Guest Lecture from various leading Industries.