The Institution of Engineers, Pakistan (IEP) was founded with the blessing of the Father of the Nation, Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, in 1948 with its Headquarters at Dhaka. In 1972 the Headquarters were shifted to Lahore. 'THE INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS, PAKISTAN', the name was amended by substitution of Institution for Institute in line with international trend was amended in the 22nd AGM held in 1979.
IEP has its own constitution, according to which its affairs at the Headquarters are managed by its elected President, Vice Presidents and Secretary General. The central council elected for a 3-years term has been vested with the powers of the Governing Body.
Aims and Objectives
The main goal of THE INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS, PAKISTAN is to Build Better World as appearing in its logo. The aim and objectives of the institution are to:
- Promote and advance the science, practice, and business of engineering in all its branches throughout Pakistan.
- Promote efficiency in the engineering practice and profession.
- Regulate the professional activities and assist in maintaining high standard in the general conduct of its members.
- Lay down the professional code of ethics and to make it mandatory for its members in their professional conduct.
- Help in the acquisition and exchange of technical knowledge
- Promote professional interest and social welfare of its members
- Encourage original research in engineering, conservation and economic utilization of the resources of the country.
- Foster coordination with similar institution in other countries and educational institutions in Pakistan and abroad for mutual benefits.
- To disseminate information and knowledge among engineers through lectures, conferences, seminars and publication of journal and papers.
- Cooperate with various government agencies and industrial enterprises advising them in matters concerning the profession and practice of engineering and promotion of technical education.
The Institution of Engineers, Pakistan came into existence on May 07, 1948 with the blessings of Father of the Nation Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah.
IEP, the largest body of professional engineers in Pakistan established in 1948 and incorporated by the Royal Charter of 1937 as Successor in interest to the Institution of Engineers India provides a forum for the professional development of engineers through a wide range of activities and programmes.The Institution comprises 14 divisions presently covering the maximum range of engineering disciplines. Atpresent, IEP has over 50,000 members out of whom around 20,000 are corporate members. The membership of the Institution carries with it the pride of the profession. It has nine Local Centres, situated in the four provisional capitals and also at places where there is a large concentration of engineering activities. It has two overseas chapters.
The IEP has bilateral relations with 32 professional societies and institution abroad. It acts as a National Committee of the World Federation of Engineering Organizations(WFEO),the Commonwealth Engineers Council(CEC),UK,American Association for Advancement of Science(AAAS), a founder member of Federation of Engineering Institutions of South and Central Asia(FEISCA)as well as Federation of Engineering Institutions of Islamic Countries(FEIIC)and Consortium of Affiliates for International Programme(CAIP).
The Institution is the premier professional organization of engineers, discipline –wise, the most comprehensive one, having 14 engineering discipline besides an inter-disciplinary group. Different branches of engineering have become so much inter-dependent that the growth of one discipline helps the growth of the other and therefore, engineers specializing in one branch get the opportunity to keep themselves abreast of the latest developments in other disciplines as well.
To update the knowledge of professionals, IEP publishes a journal and conducts various technical discourses such as lecturers /continuing education courses, seminars and symposia, workshops, round table group discussions through its vast network of Local Centres.The Institution also invites foreign experts to the country during the International Congress so that Pakistani engineers can interact with them to exchange scientific and technological knowledge.
The IEP provides in service training to the practicing engineers through holding short courses. These training courses are designed keeping in view the latest developments in the field as well as future requirements of the country.IEP is the largest open university ,and so far produced over 2000 engineers through non-formal mode of education. This is undoubtedly one of the most noteworthy national service Institution is providing since its inception.
The Institution holds the coaching classes for students preparing for MIE examination. Of its various activities, the programme of non-formal engineering education offered by the Institution, isunique and has enhanced the opportunities for the in-service engineers and technologies for acquiring higher qualifications. To enlarge the scope of its role in imparting technical education, the Institution conducts short courses, so as to equip the engineers to face the newer demands and challenges.
IEP aims ,at all times ,at creating a respectful disposition for all the elements closely connected with society .Science and technology are powerful means to create a new humane,non explosive and peace –loving social order. It aims at acquiring overall technological strength in the independent, yet incomplete world. It is essential not only to adopt and adapt but also to carefully innovate in every part of the value chain.IEP helps create and develop strategic knowledge directly integrated with social requirements, which should have a human face and technology that is sustainable. It encourages to develop appropriate technologies that can be transferred, improved and transformed.
To provide appropriate forum to the women engineers, to enable to play their effective role in the development of the country, IEP has a separate IEP Women Engineers Forum.
IEP believes in fairness and integrity in the workplace, competence, devotion to service and dedication to enhance the quality of life, or corner stones of professional responsibility, for which IEP stands, Individuals may form communities, but the institutions alone can build a nation.
IEP HQ Secretariat:
|1||Raja Muhammad Rafique Khan||Director Admn||0322-4709844||042-35756974 |
|2||Hafeez Ullah Anjum||Manager Finance||0333-4568134|| |
|3||Ms. Wasima Dar||Account Officer||0300-4850569|| |
|4||Ch. Muhammad Arif||Ps. Secy General||0300-4508991|| |
|5||Mehtab Ahmad||Account Assistant||0306-6666995|| |
|6||Muhammad Inshallah Awan||Assistant Admn Branch||0332-8306936|| |
|7||Amir Muazzam Zaheer||Graphic Designer||0321-4505979|| |
|8||Amjad Ali||Assistant Examination Branch||0300-8806757|| |
|9||Anum Zaman||Receptionist||0334-9912001|| |
|10||Muhammad Asif Khan||Media Advisor||0321-4361678|
Institution Of Engineers Pakistan (IEP), Head QuartersAddress: IEP Building, Ground Floor, Liberty Round About, Gulberg-III, Lahore, Pakistan
Phone No: +92-42-35754043, 35756974
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IEP Karachi Local CentreAddress: IEP Building, 4th Floor, 177/2 Liaquat Barracks, Shahrah-e-Faisal, Karachi, Pakistan
Phone No: +92-21-32780233, 32781492
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Website: www.iepkc.org, www.iep.com.pk
IEP Lahore Local CentreAddress: IEP Building, 2nd Floor, Liberty Round About, Gulberg - III, Lahore, Pakistan
Phone No: +92-42-35760698, 35782726
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IEP Islamabad Local CentreAddress: IEP Building, Plot No. 12, I & T Centre, Sector G-8/1, Islamabad, Pakistan
Phone No: +92-51-2261972
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Website: www.iepislamabad.org, www.iep.com.pk
IEP Quetta Local CentreAddress: IEP Building, Sharah-e-Zargoon, Quetta Cantt, Pakistan
Phone No: +92-321-8001272
IEP Peshawar Local CentreAddress: FHA Building, Block-B Attached, Department Complex, Khyber Road, Peshawar, Pakistan
Phone No: +92-91-9210557
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IEP Faisalabad Local CentreAddress: 1st Floor, FCCI Complex, East Canal Road Park, Faisalabad, Pakistan
Phone No: +92-41-9230231-4
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Overseas Local Centres / Sub Centre
IEP Riyadh Centre KSAAddress: P.O. Box 250472, Riyadh 11391, Saudi Arabia
Fax: 9661 217 9022
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IEP Jeddah Centre KSAAddress: P.O. Box 9887, Jeddah 21423, Saudi Arabia
Fax: 966 50 768 3556
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