Moving Towards Chartership In Civil Engineering

Acquiring Professional Qualification (National / International) Presentation BY Vivek Abhyankar – C. Eng. (India) 27.02.2012

Objective of this Presentation
What is Chartership ? Who can get it ? Who can give it ? – Difference between ‘Membership’ and ‘P.E.’ and ‘Chartership’ Why Chartership ? . . .Benefits Are there any grades ? . . . for which grade I am eligible to opt for How I can get It ? . . .(steps involved) – Various bodies and their routs to chartership – what preparation is required ? – Mentors – Is my qualification acceptable to them ? (information about world mobility forum) (recognized Universities by them) ? – Validity Duration - of Chartership / Membership / P.E. – Fees ? . . . Expenditure - Investment – Support from your company / fraternity members (subsidy / loan facility etc.) ? Corporate Scenario ? . . . organizations following this in India / other places

Can I survive without Chartership ?

.India Chartership . • India for – Indian Companies • India for – foreign companies • foreign lands for – ‘Indian’ companies • foreign lands for – foreign companies 3 . Indians working in.UK Practicing Engineer Int.E. . P.Professional Qualification Membership .US .

E. But we are not allowed to use it there !! 4 Fellow Affiliate & Companion .Eng Student Graduate Technician Associate Member Then what is B.What is Chartership ? Definition :Education – Knowledge Experience – Skills Competence (Professional) Difference between ‘Chartership’ and ‘Membership’ and ‘P. or B.’ Membership Charteship C.Tech.E.Eng T.Eng I.Eng ?? Often seen in books It’s nothing but similar to our B.

Benefits of Chartership Individual Benefits Organizational Benefits Social / Fraternity Benefits 5 .

Benefit-Chart for ICE (London) 6 .

Who can give it ? 7 .

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Technician Member .Associate Membership (AMICE) is open to a wide range of technical and scientific specialists who are engaged in activities or a profession that directly support or are closely allied with the work of a civil engineer operating in the built environment. 9 .Membership categories with ICE Student .Graduate membership of ICE is the ideal stepping stone to becoming a professionally qualified engineer. Graduate .Technician Membership (TMICE) of ICE can be awarded to a wide range of technicians practising in the broad area of civil engineering. Associate Member .Joining as a student member is free and is the first step to becoming a professionally qualified civil engineer.

design.Membership categories with ICE Member . Affiliate . but in a field relating to civil engineering rather than in civil engineering itself. maintenance or management of important engineering work.If you work in a field associated with civil engineering. 10 . or you are a civil engineer who is not pursuing a professional qualification with ICE you may be eligible to become an Affiliate member of ICE. planning. you may be eligible to become a Companion of ICE. Fellow . construction.Membership of the Institution of Civil Engineers (MICE) can be awarded to a wide range of engineers practising in the broad area of civil engineering. Companion . such as law and geology.Fellow is the highest grade of membership of the Institution and may be awarded if you are or have been engaged in a position of responsibility in the promotion.If you work at the same level as a Fellow.

Engineering Council Registration The Engineering Council sets and maintains the internationally recognised standards of professional competence and ethics that govern the award and retention of Chartered Engineer (CEng). Incorporated Engineer (IEng) and Engineering Technician (EngTech) 11 .

s /Reports Written Examination Interview Knowledge about the respective Institute (history.O. purpose.) 12 .Path to Professional Qualification / Routs Academic Qualification Graduate Membership Professional Qualification Review D. functioning etc.

Baron Baker Eugène Freyssinet Hardy Cross Félix Candela Pier Luigi Nervi William Glanville John Guthrie Brown Ove Arup Alfred Pugsley Nathan M. 1967 1962 1964 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 Michael Horne Alan Davenport Gerhard Jack Zunz Jörg Schlaich Edmund Happold Olgierd Zienkiewicz Santiago Calatrava Anthony Hunt Michel Virlogeux Frederick Burdekin John Burland Ian Liddell Duncan Michael Cheng Hon Kwan Sam Thorburn Leslie E. Robertson John Roberts Roger Johnson Mike Glover 1986 1987 1988 1990 1991 1991 1992. 2005 1994 1996 1997 1997 1999 2000 2001 2003 2004 2005 2006 2008 13 . 1973 1968 1922 1953 1957 1958 1960 1960. Newmark Knud Johansen Yves Guyon Henry Husband Fritz Leonhardt Oleg Kerensky Riccardo Morandi Alex Skempton Alan Harris Frank Newby 1968. 1964. 1979 1971 1972 1973 1975 1977 1980 1981 1984 1985 1966.IstructE gold medal winners 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Henry Adams John Baker. 1999.

• Highest Membership Grade L&T 14 . accredited) Professional Qualities lead the organisation • Highest Qualification.Which organizations are opting for this in India / worldwide? Black and Veatch MWH Atkins Hyder FLSmdith Person with Lowest Professional Qualities • Probably without Accreditation of Experience (even though may be having highest qualification) Concept of your ‘Family / ranking’ Person with Highest ‘Quantified’ / ‘measured’ (i.e.

individually.Individual Benefits Validation of your experience by World experts (Accreditation / Certification / Recognition / Valuation) – gateway License to ‘Practice’ the profession. globally (ideally!!) Global Acceptance (from local to global) –your voice as Authoritative Access to Publications (free / subsidized rate) Advise in your work by Institute in difficult cases Concession in workshops / Seminars Loans Self motivation Back 15 .

Organizational Benefits Professionally qualified Staff (high reliability / high returns) Increase in company Credentials / Assets (recognition) Useful for getting new works (especially International tenders) Global knowledge / information seep in the organization through the professionally qualified / accredited staff Wide spread network (a braced with the Industrial standards) Higher capacity to bear the responsibility (limited staff – reduced liability) Higher commitment ‘Quantitative’ approach – towards ‘Quality’ (measurability) Increased Visibility / Transparency 16 Back Real Leadership .

Social / Fraternity Benefits Quality Manpower in Industry Professional approach .Increases Professional standards Increased Under standing level – reduced errors More and research works Increased Social value– respect in the society (like medical profession) Back 17 .

Education .Fees Institute IEI ICE IstructE Grade Technician Graduate Associate Member Fellow Education Diploma BE BE BE Exp. Fees Interview 3 yrs 10 Yrs Relaxation in membership based on .Other qualifications 18 .Experience .

A few Questions Monopoly of American / European Institutes ? What is World mobility forum ? – refer IEI website If ‘I’ am talented but want to work without getting certified / acreditated . . Anything more that comes to your mind !! 19 . .

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