Engineers convention on 18th Nov
Lahore: The Institution of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Pakistan, a forum representing 15,000 electrical and electronics engineers of Pakistan, is holding its 34th Convention and Annual General Meeting on 18th of November 2013 at a local hotel.
President of Pakistan Mamnoon Hussain is expected to grace the inaugural session of the convention as chief guest along with the Federal Minister for Planning and Development Ahsan Iqbal joining as a guest of honour. All the IEEEP office-bearers, fellows and members will be attending this convention.
Eminent engineers and delegates from all over Pakistan, representing major organisations like WAPDA, KEPCO, HUBCO, SIEMENS, PEL, KESC, PAEC, OGDC and PTCL will also participate. In addition, industry and corporate sectors will also be appropriately represented.
Various regular activities will take place all the morning followed by a highly informative seminar explaining the service rules for engineers in Pakistan by Engr. Amir Zamir Khan and recommendations on Power Policies 2013 by Engr. Tahir Basharat Cheema. Shields and mementos will be awarded to the eminent engineers and professionals who have excelled in their fields.
The paramount objective of the institution (IEEEP) is to enable the country to achieve self-sufficiency in modern technologies so as to remain abreast with the latest technical developments taking place in the advanced countries of the globe. To achieve this objective, the institution has set up local centers at Lahore, Islamabad/Rawalpindi, Peshawar, Faisalabad, Multan, Hyderabad and Karachi.