Kuwait Engineers Society and Institution of Engineers India sign MoU on mutual cooperation

Sunday, December 1, 2019

Kuwait Engineers Society (KSE) and Institution of Engineers India (IEI) signed a memorandum of Understanding to cooperate on various fields. In an official event held at Kuwait Engineers Society head quarter, KSE Chairman Faisal al Atheel and IEI Pre4sident Dr T M Gunaraja signed the MoU in presence of other officials including KSE secretary Fahad Al Otaibi, IEI Kuwait Chapter coordinator Dr Mahendran etc.

The MoU will facilitate the mutual cooperation in fields of academic, encouraging the knowledge transfer between India and Kuwait. As per the MoU, both IEI and KSE together will organize various activities in Kuwait and in India.

This will benefit the member of both KSE and IEI Kuwait Chapter, the officials told on the side-line of the MoU signing ceremony..

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Ahmed
Tuesday, December 10, 2019
Dear friends
Many people having fake engineering and medical degree. So kuwait government has taken step.
This is our mistake.indian government should provide approved collefe list to kse.

Shaik Sirazuddin
Thursday, December 5, 2019
Dear gunaraja sir,
I''m loosing my job on 12/12/2019 in Kuwait.
Because of the only reason my college is not in the list.
I studied in quba college of engineering in nellore which comes under Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University which is popular University in Andhra Pradesh.
On 12th Dec I''m going back to India.
Please do something or resign your post.
Everyone is strongly believing that our government will do something.if you can''t do, please give chance to others.
Thank you

JK
Wednesday, December 4, 2019
When you have Engineering Association''s representatives more interested in taking selfie and profile photos with Ministers for their self propaganda without any unity and strategic thinking, then this and more such issues will happen and will not be solved at all to favour fellow Indian Engineers

SH
Tuesday, December 3, 2019
+Mostly probably these meetings and MoU are nothing to do work KSE certification.

df
Monday, December 2, 2019
Kindly consider part time BE degree holders also.

GHANIBABAR
Monday, December 2, 2019
Google CEO Sunder Pichai is also not eligible for KSE Card because his college is not accredited by NBA India.
He completed
1. B.Tech in Metallurgy from IIT Kharagpur
2. MS from Stabford University
3. MBA from Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania

RAMA KRISHNA
Monday, December 2, 2019
I have 17years Experience with Diploma and I recently Completed Professional Graduate In Chemical Engineering in (IIMT - International Institute of Management) As this Course Does it Considered as Engineering?

abraham saji
Monday, December 2, 2019
Nobody to solve NON NBA college engineers problem after being here for many years.

Bajrangi bhai
Monday, December 2, 2019
Ha Ha Ha Ha ...& blah blah blah ......


expat engineer
Sunday, December 1, 2019
blah blah blah and more blah blah blah...actual and most important issues not solving like the engineers residence and Degree recognition ???

Santosh
Sunday, December 1, 2019
KSE minted millions of dinars from poor people because of stupidity of Indian govt.

Suresh Kumar
Sunday, December 1, 2019
It is sad that KSE do not recognize the importance of continuous education. Those who have obtained AMIE after three years diploma in engineering are recognized by Government of India as equivalent to Engineering degree. For obtaining a KSE membership one should study in NBA Engineering college for four years! Even if a person with Engineering degree from non-NBA college or AMIE and have 30 years experience he is not professional enough in the criteria of KSE. Very sad and pathetic situation.

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