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First Information Brochure

34th National Convention of Mechanical Engineers


&
National Seminar
on

“Mechanical Engineering and Emerging Challenges


for Manufacturing”
September 7-8, 2018
New Delhi

Organised by :

The Institution of Engineers (India)


Delhi State Centre

Under the Aegis of :


Mechanical Engineering Division Board, IEI
About The Institution of Engineers (India) Preamble
The Institution of Engineers (India) or IEI is the largest Mechanical Engineering, a backbone of an economy, is
multidisciplinary professional body that encompasses 15 one of the basic branches of engineering and its
engineering disciplines and gives engineers a global fundamental principles are used in the design,
platform from which to share professional interest. IEI development and construction of nearly all of the
has membership strength of more than 0.8 million. physical devices and systems, including but not limited
Established in 1920, with its headquarters at 8, Gokhale to automobiles, machines in all kind of factories,
Road, Kolkata-700020, IEI has served the engineering machinery used in building construction, road
fraternity for over nine decades. In this period of time it construction, agriculture etc. Mechanical engineers are
has been inextricably linked with the history of modern- also involved with the design, construction and
day engineering. operations of all kinds of machinery.
In 1935, IEI was incorporated by Royal Charter and Manufacturing sector encompasses a set of industries to
remains the only professional body in India to be make or produce anything in a factory and therefore, it
accorded this honour. Today, its quest for professional requires a great deal of specialized knowledge.
excellence has given it a place of pride in almost every Mechanical engineers are normally responsible for the
prestigious and relevant organization across the globe. design, selection of materials, specifications and the
IEI functions among professional engineers, development of production processes and equipment.
academicians and research workers. It provides a vast Due to very broad presence of Mechanical Engineering
array of technical, professional and supporting services in Industrial Sector, it has become imperative that
to the Government, Industries, Academia and the current Mechanical Engineering Technology is capable
Engineering fraternity, operating from 121 Centres to cope up with the rising challenges. It should be able to
located across the country. The Institution has established assist Industries in having their technical competence.
R&D centres at various locations in the country and also Entry of Global Players have posed challenge for Indian
provides grant-in-aid to its members to conduct research Industries due to which it has become imperative for
and development on engineering subjects. Mechanical Engineering to keep pace with the global
IEI conducts Section A & B Examinations in different technologies and knowledge is a major challenge for
Engineering disciplines, the successful completion of Mechanical Engineers. During the last few decades, lot
which is recognized as equivalent to Degree in of innovations and R&D has been taken place in the field
appropriate field of Engineering of recognized of Mechanical Engineering, which is capable of making
Universities of India by the Ministry of Human our industries more cost-efficient, both in terms of
Resources Development, Govt. of India. Every year as Productivity & Quality. However, due to lack of
many as 90,000 candidates appear for these exams. For integration in these innovations with actual requirement
details, please see : www.ieindia.org. of Industries and due to drastic changes in Global
Economy, Manufacturing sector in India is facing fierce
The Institution of Engineers (India) has more than one
competition from Local & Global Players for survival.
million members in 15 engineering disciplines in 121
Centre and six Overseas Chapters; it is the world's largest Additionally environmental degradation, increasing
multi-disciplinary engineering professional society in labour cost and reducing demand are also posing severe
engineering and technology world. IEI was established hindrances for Industries in their successful operation.
in 1920 in Madras with Sir Thomas R.J. Ward as the Additionally, Society expectations from Mechanical
founding president. In 1935, IEI obtained the Royal Engineers are very high in regard to Make in India.
Charter of Incorporation from King George V 'to Make in India is an ambitious initiative launched by
promote and advance the science, practice and business government of India to attract manufacturing
of engineering'. enterprises from abroad as well as domestic origin to set
Delhi State Centre has a history of nearly 90 years. up manufacturing units in India to enhance the share of
Located at ITO, it is a landmark in the city of Delhi. It has manufacturing in our GDP from current 15 percent to 25
played a crucial role in uniting various professional percent by 2025.
societies right from its inception. Delhi State Centre has The proposed Convention will focus on these critical
organized various successful activities which include Challenges of Mechanical Engineering and will aim at
International and National Conferences, Indian evolving comprehensive action plan to synchronize the
Engineering Congress, All India Seminars, Round Table latest developments of Mechanical Engineering with
Conferences and Workshops relating to different actual requirements of Industries in order to assist them
strategy of engineering and having crucial impact on in capacity building to handle various threats in a more
society. coercive way.
Theme Call for the Papers/ Presentations
Mechanical Engineering and Emerging Challenges for There will be numbers of papers of high standard from
Manufacturing eminent persons from the field by invitation as well as
own submission. These papers preferably be submitted
Sub-themes as per the guideline of IEI through e-mail at
1. Education & Skill Development ieidsc2@gmail.com & ieidsc1@gmail.com along with
presentation in Powerpoint as per the following timelines:
a. Integration Challenges of Mechanical
Engineering Courses with Industry Demand. Sr. No. Activity Last date of
submission/
b. Strategies to handle multi skilling along with
confirmation
up-gradation with latest technology.
1 Submission of Abstract April 30, 2018
2. Technology Challenges
2 Confirmation to Author May 31, 2018
a. Manufacturing Industries
3 Submission of Full papers June 30, 2018
b. Process Industries
4 Allocation of Slot August 10, 2018
c. Service Industries
d. Logistics & Supply-Chain Sponsorship/partnership
3. Quality Challenges Sponsorship Fee Privileges
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b. Zero Effect Zero Defect Delegates, One Back Page
4. Synergy with Environmental, Safety & Health Issues Colour Advertisement,
Challenges Presentation Slot of 30 min,
Exhibition Space and
5. Viability Challenges of Renewable Energy Options Display of Logo & Name in
Date & Venue Souvenir, Proceeding, Kit &
Backdrop of Convention.
September 7-8, 2018
Diamond Rs. 2,00,000 Complimentary: 10
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Delhi-110002 Full Page Advertisement,
Presentation Slot of 15 min,
Participants Exhibition Space and
Members of Mechanical Engineering Division of IEI, Display of Logo & Name in
Senior Level Officers from Govt. Departments & Souvenir & Backdrop of
Research Institutes, PSUs and related agencies, involved Convention.
in policy & decision making, Researchers/ Academics, Gold Rs. 1,00,000 Complimentary: 6
NGOs & Students in general are expected to be the Delegates, One Inner Colour
participants and would be benefitted from the Full Page Advertisement
presentations to be made by the experts in the field. and Display of Logo &
Name in Souvenir &
Participation Fees
Backdrop of Convention.
Categories* Registration Fees (in Rs.) Silver Rs. 50,000 Complimentary: 3
Consultancy Firms/ Rs. 5000/- + Delegates, One Inner B/W
Full Page Advertisement
Industrial Delegates Taxes as Applicable
and Display of Logo &
Govt. Officers/NGOs
Name in Souvenir &
Research Institute Rs. 4000/- + Taxes as Applicable Backdrop of Convention.
Corporate Members Rs. 3000/- + The sponsor may support the event lunch/dinner/kit
of IEI Taxes as Applicable and display products/leaflets/books/study material etc.
Students/Research Rs. 1500/- +
Advertisement on Souvenir
Scholar Taxes as Applicable
On this occasion, it is proposed to bring out a souvenir with
• Early Bird Discount @10 % for registration before abstract/full text of selected papers and subject related
June 30, 2018. articles. In this regard, we will gratefully appreciate, if you
• 10% Discount for Registration of three or more could place an advertisement in the souvenir. The Tariff for
delegates from a Unit. the COLOUR advertisement are as follows:
Back Cover : Rs. 75,000/-+Taxes as Applicable ORGANISING COMMITTEE
Inside Cover : Rs. 50,000/-+Taxes as Applicable Organizing Chairman: Mr Devendra Gill, Chairman,
IEI-DSC
Inner Full Page : Rs. 30,000/-+ Taxes as Applicable
Organizing Secretary : Mr Praveen Kumar Singh,
Inner Half Page : Rs. 20,000/-+ Taxes as Applicable
Hon. Secretary, IEI-DSC
Payments Convenor : Mr R K Yadav, Member, IEI-DSC
Payments for delegate fees, Advertisement & Co-Convenors : Mr Prabhat Varshney, Member,
Sponsorship will be accepted through NEFT/RTGS/ IEI - DSC
Online Transfer/Bank Draft/Banker's Cheque to be
: Mr Hari Rajani, Member, IEI-
made in favour of "The Institution of Engineers (India),
DSC
payable at New Delhi. Bank Account No. 3183473760,
Members :
Central Bank of India, Press Area, New Delhi, Bank
• Mr Pradeep Chaturvedi, Council Member, IEI
Branch (MICR) Code: 110016021, IFSC Code:
• Prof. J K Gehlawat, Immed. Past Chairman, IEI-DSC
CBIN0280306, PAN No.: AAATT3439Q.
• Brig (Retd) S V S Chowdhry, Past Chairman, IEI-DSC
• Er. P C Mishra, Immed. Past Hony Secretary, IEI-DSC
NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE • Mr Jai Kumar Jain, Member, IEI-DSC
Chairman : Mr Sisir Kumar Banerjee, • Dr S M Goel, Member, IEI-DSC
President, IEI • Mr R N Rajpoot, Member, IEI-DSC
Co-Chairman : Dr Arun Kumar Shrivastava, • Mr Dinesh Kumar, Member, IEI-DSC
Chairman, MCDB - IEI • Dr Sharad Kumar Sharma, Member, IEI-DSC
Members: • Mr V K Gupta, Member, IEI-DSC
• Mr Arvinder Singh Bakshi, Member, MCDB - IEI • Mr J K Sharma, Member, IEI-DSC
• Dr S K Singh, Member, IEI-DSC
• Dr Swapan Bhaumik, Member, MCDB - IEI
• Mr Prabhat Varshney, Member, IEI-DSC
• Mr Pradeep Chaturvedi, Member, MCDB - IEI
• Mr Hari Rajani, Member, IEI-DSC
• Prof (Dr) N Chikkanna, Member, MCDB - IEI
• Mr A K Tooley, Member, IEI-DSC
• Mr M Chinnaswamy, Member, MCDB - IEI
• Mr Subhash Chander, Member, IEI-DSC
• Mr Devendra Gill, Member, MCDB - IEI
• Dr Ramesh Chandra Singh, Member, IEI-DSC
• Mr T M Gunaraja, Member, MCDB - IEI • Mr Sanjeev Kumar, Member, IEI-DSC
• Prof (Dr) P A Kichena K, Member, MCDB - IEI • Dr Shailesh Kaushik, Member, IEI-DSC
• Dr Wooday P Krishna, Member, MCDB - IEI • Mr Pradeep Talwar, Member, IEI-DSC
• Mr Kashmir Lal Mallik, Member, MCDB - IEI • Mr Aman Rajput, Member, IEI-DSC
• Mr A Mukherjee, Member, MCDB - IEI • Mr H R P Yadav, Director, HQ Cell-IEI
• Mr V Vijayachandran Nair, Member, MCDB - IEI
• Mr N Rajkumar, Member, MCDB - IEI TECHNICAL COMMITTEE
• Prof (Dr) K Brahma Raju, Member, MCDB - IEI
Chairman : Mr Pradeep Chaturvedi, Council Member, IEI
• Dr G Ranganath, Member, MCDB - IEI
• Mr O Ram Mohan Rao, Member, MCDB - IEI Members :
• Mr Enti Ranga Reddy, Member, MCDB - IEI • Mr Devendra Gill, Chairman, IEI-DSC
• Mr Jagdish Prasad Saboo, Member, MCDB - IEI • Prof. J K Gehlawat, Immed. Past Chairman, IEI-DSC
• Mr D Sathyamoorthy, Member, MCDB - IEI • Dr S K Singh, Member, IEI-DSC
• Mr Ashwani Kumar Saxena, Member, MCDB - IEI • Dr S M Goel, Member, IEI-DSC
• Mr Kiran Chander Sethi, Member, MCDB - IEI • Dr Shailesh Kaushik, Member, IEI-DSC
• Mr Ashitkumar J Shah, Member, MCDB - IEI • Mr. R K Yadav, Member, IEI-DSC
• Mr Bharat Raj Singh, Member, MCDB - IEI
For further enquiry, please contact:
• Brig Mastinder Singh, Member, MCDB - IEI
Mr Praveen Kumar Singh, Honorary Secretary
• Mr Jagroop Singh, Member, MCDB - IEI
• Mr Ashok Kumar Sinha, Member, MCDB - IEI The Institution of Engineers (India)
Delhi State Centre
• Dr Kambagowni Venkatasubbaiah, Member,
"Engineers Bhawan",
MCDB - IEI
2 Bahadurshah Zafar Marg, New Delhi-110002
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34 National Convention of Mechanical Engineers
&
National Seminar
on
Mechanical Engineering and Emerging Challenges
for Manufacturing
September 7-8, 2018 • New Delhi

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