Any Life Corporate Member of the Institution of Engineers (India) can designate himself as a Chartered Engineer. A special certificate specifying as Chartered Engineer can be obtained on payment of ₹ 29,500/- only (for India/Nepal) and ₹ 56,250/- only (for other countries).
The Certificate of Practice for Practicing Chartered Engineers is a document issued by the IEI to chartered engineers who wish to practice their profession independently or as consultants in India. It serves as proof of their professional competence and authorizes them to offer engineering services to clients.
To obtain the Certificate of Practice from the IEI, chartered engineers need to fulfil certain requirements and follow the prescribed application process. These requirements may include:
Step 1 Membership: The engineer must be a member of the IEI in the appropriate category, such as a Corporate Member or Fellow.
Step 2 Chartered Engineer Status: The engineer must have obtained the status of a chartered engineer from the IEI through the prescribed qualification criteria, including education, experience, and professional assessment.
Step 3 Fee Payment: The engineer needs to pay the required fee of ₹ 5000/- for the issuance of the Certificate of Practice.
Step 4 Application Submission: The engineer must submit a completed application form and the necessary supporting documents to the IEI.
Once the application is reviewed and approved by the IEI, the Certificate of Practice for Practicing Chartered Engineers is issued to the engineer. This certificate is typically valid for a specific period and may require renewal after expiration.
Infrastructure Development is a complex and critical process that requires the expertise of Chartered Engineers. Chartered Engineers are highly skilled professionals who have attained a recognized professional qualification and are registered with a relevant engineering institution. Here’s a look at their role in infrastructure development: