IEI – Kuwait Chapter Meets the New Indian Ambassador to Kuwait -H.E. K. Jeeva Sagar

Monday, January 22, 2018

The Institution of Engineers (India) Kuwait Chapter, Executive Committee members had fixed an appointment on 18th January 2018 with Indian Embassy to meet and greet H.E. K. Jeeva Sagar, the new Indian Ambassador to the State of Kuwait. As a token of love and welcoming the new Ambassador to the State of Kuwait, a flower bouquet was presented by the Engr. Ajay Sharma, Chairman IEI – Kuwait chapter and introduced the committee members to His Excellency. Each Engineer had introduced himself with short brief.



H.E the Ambassador expressed that, Engineers play a major role in building the nation and contribute much in developing the economy and he further said that he himself being an Applied Physics graduate can appreciate the Engineering aspects well. H. E. Jeeva Sagar was very simple, down to earth, spoke in a very comfortable manner and enquired with sincere eagerness to know the situation in Kuwait, the contribution of the Indian Engineering companies in Kuwait and how the relationships can be built to increase contributions of Indian companies in Kuwait.

H.E. the Ambassador, expressed his willingness to resolve the issues faced by the Indians and in particular the Indian Engineers’ membership of Kuwait Society of Engineers. He reaffirmed his commitment to take the issues to its logical conclusion and if required he will use his good offices to contact the Ministry officials in India to resolve the Engineers’ problem. These words were very encouraging and the Engineers felt a positive vibration in his words.



Dr. Abdul Rumane presented the fourth book authored by him on Quality in construction, which was received by H.E. K. Jeeva Sagar. After discussions on several topics the team took leave of his H.E the Ambassador and with a confirmation to meet in the comings days to work on various subject matters for the benefit of the Indians and Indian Engineering companies.

A group photo was taken as part of the memorable memento for IEI Kuwait chapter. Standing in the row from left to right Engr. Joseph Panickar, Dr. Bhakta Bhushan Biswas, Engr. Inbatamizh Ilangovan, Dr. Abdul Razak Rumane, H.E. Jeeva Sagar, Engr. Ajay Sharma, Engr. Thomas John, Engr. Hirak Kumar Mitra, Engr. Veerabhadrarao Devu, Dr. M. Mahenderan, and Engr. Mohandas Kamath. There was air of positive confidence in the environment and among all the members of the team, a hope that things will move in the right direction in the days to come.

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abf
Tuesday, January 23, 2018
people started to make wastas

Rampanna
Tuesday, January 23, 2018
Never seen Indian Engineers using Engr as title.. must have been inspired from with fellow Egyptian Engineers..

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