Date(s) - 20/09/2015 - 21/09/2015
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- Multiple Technical Sessions focusing on Innovation, Best Practices & Industry Engagement
- Innovation and Technology Exchange Programs and Commercialization
- Parallel Seminar
- Awards-Technology Excellence and Innovation
- The 31st National Convention of Civil Engineers is a one-stop meeting point with all your current and future clients
- Impressive cross-sectional participation from Industry Leaders, Researchers, Investors, Academicians, Policy Makers, and other Stake Holders
- Numerous opportunities will exist to encourage interaction between participants and members of the industry, Academia, R&D Establishments and Government
- Exploring Innovations and Future Technologies
- Developing Opportunities for Collaboration and Partnership
- Networking with Technocrats and Experts
- Funding Opportunities for Collaborative Research, Product
Development, Commercialization and Go-to Market
- Policy Makers
- Contemporary Materials
- Product Development
- Management Tools
- Micro Systems
- Communications and Controls
- Nano Technology
Opportunities to Participate
WHAT IS IN IT FOR YOU?
They may suggest the topic of their choice and propose the format they deem appropriate such as presentation or talk by the Specialists or Scientists/ entrepreneurs / academicians/ policy makers/ leaders/ investors/ professionals of their choice and make the 31st National Convention a purposeful event.
India has the potential to become the third largest economy by 2030 because of the rapid rise of its economy coupled with the demographic advantage of a young productive workforce.
India has globally been recognized as a nation where the public and corporate sectors are working in tandem to generate innovative engineering solutions for societal challenges. Over the years, India has built a significant and expanding technological base; a robust and self-reliant public sector; a vibrant private sector; humungous entrepreneurial base across Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises; substantial number of academic institutions delivering quality engineering education; and a wide array of research organizations across engineering and sciences’ disciplines. These characteristics create the unique competitive advantage for organizations and individuals to collaborate, network and develop innovative solutions that generate social benefit while creating a wide range of quality and affordable solutions, services and products for mass consumption.
Interest in civil engineering as a rewarding professional career, is fast growing with the rapid advancements that are taking place in construction materials, design and construction technology, water resources, geotechnics and transportation engineering and also due to the persistent demand for good engineering manager by the industry. Almost every large company or institution in the country engaged in civil engineering construction, design or research and testing is on the look out for engaging young and bright civil engineering graduates for taking up challenging tasks in their respective offices/ project sites. Time has come now to expose engineers working in Government departments & corporations as well as in private companies, practicing consultants & builders to the recent trends and advancements with particular reference to new materials of construction, improved design and construction technologies and maintenance and retrofitting of structures. Automation in construction industry and nanotechnology have got their own importance to which civil engineers need to get exposed. Construction of earthquake resistant structures in the vast earthquake prone belt of our country is also a need of the hour.
National Convention meetings attracts over 500 members and accompanying persons, from all over India to this event over a 2 days’ period. The participants comprise industry leaders, representatives, academicians, regulators and other stake holders. Sponsorship opportunities at 31st National Convention of Civil Engineers covers excellent value and return on investments.
Imagine a place and time where all your current and future clients converge. 31st National Conference of Civil Engineers can make this a reality.
At National Convention extensive facilities will be available to encourage interaction between conference participants and members of the industry. Sponsors are encouraged to make use of this Convention for interviews and for business and product announcements. Sponsors will be given priority over others in the scheduling.
Innovative technology in civil engineering
Innovative technology in road construction—Highways & rural roads
Advances in construction technology
Recent trends in concrete technology
Smart building materials
Automation in construction industry
Repairs & rehabilitation of structures
Earthquake resistant structures
Advanced concepts in foundation & modern trend in geology
ABOUT THE INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS (INDIA)
The Institution of Engineers (India) or IEI is the largest multidisciplinary professional body that encompasses 15 engineering disciplines and gives engineers a global platform from which to share professional interest. IEI has membership strength of more than 0.7 million. Established in 1920, with its headquarters at 8 Gokhale Road, Kolkata – 700020, IEI has served the engineering fraternity for over nine decades. In this period of time it has been inextricably linked with the history of modern-day engineering.
In 1935, IEI was incorporated by Royal Charter and remains the only professional body in India to be accorded this honour. Today, its quest for professional excellence has given it a place of pride in almost every prestigious and relevant organization across the globe. IEI functions among professional engineers, academicians and research workers. It provides a vast array of technical, professional and supporting services to the Government, Industries, Academia and the Engineering fraternity, operating from 105 Centres located across the country. The Institution has established R&D centres at various locations in the country and also provides grant-in-aid to its members to conduct research and development on engineering subjects.
IEI conducts Section A & B Examinations in different Engineering disciplines, the successful completion of which is recognized as equivalent to Degree in appropriate field of Engineering of recognized Universities of India by the Ministry of Human Resources Development, Govt. of India. Every year as many as 90000 candidates appear for these exams. For details, please see: www.ieindia.org
The Gujarat State Centre
The Institution of Engineers (India) Bombay State Centre opened a Local Centre at Ahmedabad in the year 1959 after which this was established as Gujarat State in the year1960. This Centre is one of the most vibrant State centres of IEI. The foundation stone of building was laid by Hon’ble Governor of Gujarat K. K. Vishwanathan & the inauguration of the building was done by Shri Babubhai Jashbhai Patel, the then Chief Minister, Govt. of Gujarat. State Centre building bears the name of the building as ‘Bhaikaka Bhavan”, after the eminent engineer of Gujarat Shri Bhailalbhai Patel. Enriched with an excellent infrastructure in with library with 15000 books associated with small AC conference hall of 50 audience, AC board room with a capacity of 30 people with full audio-visual aids. Sitting capacity of hall is approximately 375 people. With Dias/Stage to accommodate 15 dignitories. The Gujarat State Centre acts as a centrally located, state of art platform to justify the aims of IEI to serve a total corporate members strength of approximately 6000.
Ahmedabad was the largest city in terms of area within the subcontinent before the arrival of the British and the setting of the Madras and Calcutta Presidency. Ahmedabad is the largest city in the State of Gujarat and the Seventh- largest urban agglomeration in India, with a population of almost 74 lakhs (7.4 Million). City is Located on the banks of the River Sabarmati. The city is the was the capital of Gujarat from 1961 to 1970; the capital was shifted to Gandhinagar thereafter.
Abstract Submission Closes: 10 July, 2015
Notification of Abstract Acceptance: 12 July 2015
Full Paper Submission (Proceedings): 31st July 2015
Communication of Acceptance for Full Paper(Proceedings): 5th August 2015
National Advisory Committee
Chairman : Dr L V Muralikrishna Reddy, FIE, President, IEI
Co-Chairman : Mr K Rajanikanth, FIE, Chairman, CPDB, IEI
Convener : Mr B S Patel, FIE, Member, CPDB, IEI
Co-Convenor: Mr. Sandeep B. Vasava, Member, CVDB,IEI
Mr. Ashok Kumar Basa, FIE, Imm Past President, IEI ;Member CVDB IEI Mr. S.S.Rahore, FIE, Past President IEI;Member CVDB; VC WFEO-CEIT Mr. P.J.Mehta, FIE, Past President, IEI
Mr. H P Jamdar, FIE, Past President IEI
Mr. N.B.Vasoya, FIE, Council Member, IEI
Mr. SisirKumar Banerjee, FIE, Member CVDB,IEI
Mr. M.B.Dagaonkar, FIE,Member, CVDB, IEI
Mr. P.S.Gehlot, FIE,Member, CVDB, IEI
Mr. Archan Kusum Majmudar, FIE,Member, CVDB,
Mr. Jagdish Mohan, FIE,Member, CVDB, IEI
Mr.I. Satyanarayana Raju, FIE,Member, CVDB, IEI
Mr. G. Sudhakar, FIE,Member, CVDB, IEI
Mr. N.K.Birar, FIE,Member, CVDB, IEI
Mr. L.M.Patra, FIE,Member, CVDB, IEI
Mr. HCS Berry, FIE,Member, CVDB, IEI
Mr. D.K.Gupta, FIE,Member, CVDB, IEI
Mr. V.P.Bansal, FIE,Member, CVDB, IEI
Mr. V.K. Birthire, FIE,Member, CVDB, IEI
Mr. Ghulam Mohd Dar, FIE,Member, CVDB, IEI
Mr. S.J.Desai, FIE,Member, CVDB, IEI
Mr. C.M.Dharmalingam, FIE,Member, CVDB, IEI
Mr. Divakar Garg, FIE,Member, CVDB, IEI
Mr. A.K.Gupta, FIE,Member, CVDB, IEI
Mr. V.S.Ghoghare, FIE,Member, CVDB, IEI
Mr. J.Konar, FIE,Member, CVDB, IEI
Mr. Kishore Kumar, FIE,Member, CVDB, IEI
Prof R.H.Shah, FIE,Member, CVDB, IEI
Mr. P.N.Tandon, FIE,Member, CVDB, IEI
Mr.H.O.Thakre, FIE,Member, CVDB, IEI
Mr. V. Vijaykumar, FIE,Member, CVDB, IEI
Mr. Shivanand Roy,FIE,Member, CVDB, IEI
Mr. C.V.Nadpara, FIE, Hon Secretary, IEI, GSC
Chairman : Mr S J Desai, FIE, Chairman, GSC, IEI
Org. Secretary : Mr. C.V.Nadpara, FIE, Hon Secretary, GSC, IEI
Mr. U.I.Mehta, Imm past Chairman, GSC
Dr. sweta P.Dave, Imm Past Hon Secretary,GSC
Mr. R.B.Maraviya Member AG, GSC
Dr. A.P.Vyas, Member CH, GSC
Mr. Jaimin J Shah, Member CP, GSC
Mr. H.U.Kalyani, Member CV, GSC
Mr. Jayesh Gandhi, Member CV GSC
Mr. Ravindrakumar R. Yadav, Member EL, GSC
Mr. Jaydev Nansey, Member EN, GSC
Mr. Manishkumar M. Doshi, Member ET, GSC
Mr. Shyam Varghese, Member MC, GSC
Mr. K.V.Patel, Member MC, GSC
Mr. P.N.Udani, Member MC, GSC
Mr. G.D.Karhadkar, Member PR, GSC
Mr. H.A.Patel, Member TX, GSC
Mr. O.T.Gulati Chairman, WMF
Prof R.H.Shah, Chairman, Vadodara LC
Mr. Ramesh Pipaliya, Chairman, Saurashtra LC
Dr. Kishore mistry, Chairman, South Gujarat LC
Prof K.M.Makwana, Chairman, V V nagar LC
Dr. S.A. Puranik, Coopted Member, GSC
Mr. Vivek Kapadia, FIE, MD GWRDC
Mr. S.K.Patel, SE Designs R & B Department
Dr. Sweta P. Dave, FIE, Civil Department, L D College of Engineering Mr. M D Patel, FIE, SE CDO
Mr. V.R.Shah,Head,Structural Department,CEPT University
The participants are advised to register in advance by remitting registration fee as indicated the below.
Corporate Members (IEI) : Rs. 1000
Non Members: Rs. 2500
Research Scholars/Students: Rs. 300
All payments are to be made through crossed Demand Draft/At par Cheque drawn in favour of “The Institution of Engineers (India), Gujarat State Center” payable at Ahmedabad.
Step 1: Download the Registration Form and fill up appropriately based on the Registration Fee Structure.
Step 2: Mail the Registration Form along with Registration Fee to the address mentioned above.