Consulting Engineers Association of India (CEAI) is the apex body of Consulting Engineers in India. CEAI represents the Indian Engineering Consultancy professional at the International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC).
By virtue of amalgamation of the two erstwhile professional bodies of consulting engineers, Association of Consulting Engineers (ACE) and National Association of Consulting Engineers (NACE) in to CEAI in the year 1996, CEAI has, behind it, over 50 years of accumulated knowledge and experience. CEAI Membership comprises of practicing consultants, private and public sector firms engaged in the entire range of engineering consultancy services. CEAI looks after the interests and enhances the status of consulting engineering profession in India and is equally concerned with quality development, productivity enhancement and promotion of ethical practices. …Read more
17/01/2018 - 18/01/2018
FIDIC Training Course on “Management of Claims and Disputes Resolution”
India International Centre, New Delhi
9:30 am - 5:30 pm
Training Course on “Consulting Engineering Practices”
Consulting Engineers Association of India, Near JIMS, Vasant Kunj New Delhi
CEAI is constantly looking for ways to assist the Consulting fraternity keep pace with fast changing technologies and best practices, and facilitate opportunities for their growth and development.
CEAI has partnered with BIS and IAStructE to organize a seminar on NBC 2016 and the recently Revised Seismic Code in Kolkata in December 2017. This will ensure our Structural engineers, both new and experienced, are educated on the latest advances in design/codes and are made aware of the implications of the same on their engineering designs As engineers we have a responsibility to society to upgrade our knowledge in order to provide safe effective designs to the users of our structures and buildings.
For Consultants to aggressively grow, it is important that it constantly looks for new avenues or opportunities for growth. One such opening presents itself with the recent MOU signed by CEAI with the Korea Engineering & Consulting Association, KENCA. We hope that Consultants will use the provisions of the MOU, to explore possibilities for partnership on projects, both in India and overseas.
The Govt of India, through the Ministry of Steel, has the commendable objective of enhancing capacity utilization of steel plants in the country by promoting the usage of steel in various sectors like Highways, Ports and Harbours, wherever justified by project life cycle costs. It has sought the assistance of CEAI in this endeavor by holding Workshops, the first of which was successfully conducted in Kolkata.
CEAI shall continue its endeavor to positively impact Society and the Nation!
National Workshop on NBC 2016 and Recently Revised Seismic Codes held at 8-9 December 2017 at Kolkata
CEAI organized a very successful workshop on the National Building Code 2016 released earlier this year and the recently revised Seismic Codes in Kolkata on 8th– 9th December 2017 under the aegis of Mr. Amitabha Ghoshal, Chairman of the Organizing Committee. The two day programme was a grand success by all accounts with more than 250 delegates including about 50 registrations on the spot on the first day of the Workshop. The Workshop had excellent speakers and the presentations which were very clear and concise. There was intense participation from the audience. The speakers of Codal Committee provided a lot of clarifications regarding IS 1893 (Part 1): 2016 and IS 13920- 2016. The participants at the Workshop were very thrilled to have several rounds of technical discussions with the stalwarts of Codal Committee Members, namely, Prof. C.V.R. Murty (Director, IIT Jodhpur) Prof Yogendra Singh (Prof & Head of Dept. of Earthquake Engineering, IIT Roorkee), Mrs. Alpa Sheth (MD, VMS Consulting Engineers).
Er. Tathagata Roy, Honourable Governor of Tripura was the Chief Guest and he inaugurated the Workshop on a very positive note about mentioning that he would help the engineers associations in the process of getting the much needed legislation for Engineers passed in the parliament.