Rawalpindi-Islamabad Centre 

 
The Institution of Engineers, Pakistan (IEP) Rawalpindi-Islamabad Centre was established in 1973 at Rawalpindi. The centre was shifted to Islamabad in 1983.

 







 
Quaid's Message
 
 
"If Pakistan is to take its proper place among the progressive nations of the world, it will have to take up a good deal of leeway in the realm of scientific and technical education which is so necessary for the proper development of the country and the utilization of its resources. The establishment of institution like INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERS will greatly stimulate technical research and help in disseminating available information. THE INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERS will not only benefit the engineers themselves by improving their technical knowledge but also bring lasting benefits to public services which they are called upon to perform. "I wish the Institute every success."
 
(Quaid-e-Azam's message to the first Inaugural Meeting of the Institute of Engineers on June 20, 1948).


 
Chairman's Message
Engr. Abdur Rab


On behalf of The Institution of Engineers, Pakistan, Local Council Rawalpindi – Islamabad (IEP-RIC) Chapter, we welcome you to the IEP-RIC. The current council has been elected for term 2023-2025. Our major focus during the period will be revitalizing the role of IEP to develop, integrates and mobilize the Engineers of the region for socio-economic development of the country. Besides capacity building of the members, we will endeavor to further enhance the image of the Institution, work collaborating with other Chapters and Central Council, academic and industry for the development and welfare of Engineering Community.
 
The Institution of Engineers, Pakistan belongs to all Engineers of the country and Young Engineers are its integral part. We will also try to involve our young breed of Engineers in the Workshops, Seminars, Conferences and other capacity building initiatives. Students’ and Young Engineers will be actively involved in various initiatives of the IEP. 
 
In addition to mobilizing various committees, “The think tank” role of IEP in national and international issues will be strengthened and effective Engineering input will be provided to Governments and Society for a happier and prosperous country. 
 
Please feel free to visit IEP-RIC as your home and share your candid opinions, suggestions and comments with us to achieve the vision of “Excellence in Engineering Profession”.
 
 
 


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IEP-RIC

YOUNG ENGINEER FORUM


 
 

 
 
 
Requirement for Online 
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News & Updates

 

 
 

E-Bulletin February 2024


 
 
 
 
 
CPD Lecture on
Strange Geological Events, Objects and Processes Needing Explanation/Understanding
conducted on 24th February 2024
 

 
 
 
CPD Lecture on
Implementation of R&D Model as Industrial Process Optimization Toolnergy Audit Tools & Techniques
conducted on 20th January 2024
 
 

 
 
 
Award Ceremony of Final Year Engineering Projects (FYEP)
 
 
  
IEP-RIC organized an Award Ceremony on 7th October 2023 for Best Final Year Engineering Projects from Engineering Universities and Colleges of Rawalpindi and Islamabad to acknowledge the efforts of student engineers.
 
Engr. Lt. Gen Shahid Niaz (r) was invited as the Chief Guest. 
 
The event was conducted by Engr. Ahmad Shamim Convener Membership Committee IEP Rawalpindi-Islamabad Centre who briefly apprised the participants about the aims and objectives of the Final Year Engineering Projects Competition organized by IEP (Rawalpindi-Islamabad Centre).    
 
Engr. Abdur Rab Chairman IEP-RIC congratulated all the engineering students who presented their incredible projects in the competition. He said that these events are a source of healthy competition among young engineers to display their talent and enhance their capacity for Research and Development. 
 
Engr. Lt. Gen. Shahid Niaz (r) in his address appreciated the efforts of engineering students for participating in the competition. He advised young engineers to develop good qualities and focus on personal grooming and professional development. He emphasized that a better communication skill is the most pertinent tool for success in every field. Developing communication skills can help us avoid conflicts/compromises, and help in better decision making. He encouraged young engineers to always be proactive about learning new things. 
 
The Awards were distributed among the best Final Year Projects of Swedish College of Engineering & Technology Wah Cantt, Capital University of Science & Technology Islamabad, International Islamic University Islamabad, Pakistan Institute of Engineering & Applied Sciences Islamabad, University of Engineering & Technology Taxila Taxila, Institute of Space Technology Islamabad, School of Chemical & Material Engineering NUST Islamabad & Comsats University Islamabad.
 
In the end, the IEP Shield was presented by Chairman IEP-RIC to the Chief Guest.