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PE: Rev 12

Professional Engineer (P. Eng) India & International Professional Engineer, IntPE (India)

Guidelines for Applicants 1. Introduction A professional engineer (P. Eng) by definition is one whose academic qualification & experience will be in conformity with the internationally mutually acceptable standards. After evaluation of competency by the National Committee of the relevant engineering discipline, the applicant engineer is certified as a “Professional Engineer” by a Board for Certification of Professional Engineers (BFC). A Professional Engineer may be designated as IntPE (India) i.e. International Professional Engineer (India) subject to meeting the evaluation criteria, payment of fee for transfer to IntPE register solely at the discretion of the Board for Certification. Those applicants who apply for transfer to IntPE (I) register in the prescribed form along with transfer fee as applicable will be assessed for PE as well as IntPE during the same assessment. The applicants will be interviewed by respective National Committees on International Procedures / Codes / Practices. However, if applicants seek a transfer to IntPE (I) register at a later date, they will be assessed separately on receipt of application for transfer to IntPE register, along with prescribed fee and other charges, as applicable. 2. Grouping of Engineering Disciplines Engineering disciplines include in which bachelors degree or equivalent is awarded. The engineering disciplines in which Certification of Professional Engineer as well as International Professional Engineer (India) are undertaken at present are as follows:        Civil Engineering Electrical Engineering Chemical Engineering Mining Engineering Mechanical Engineering Electronics & Telecommunications Engineering Textile Engineering

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Rev 12: Approved vide minutes of BFC meeting dated 25 Nov 2011 held at New Delhi.

Professional experience of 2 years in a responsible position of significant engineering activity.The other engineering disciplines in which the certification of Professional Engineers and International Professional Engineers (India) is planned to be undertaken in due course are as follows:   Aerospace/Aeronautical Engineering Marine Engineering 3. viii) ix) Undertakes to adhere to the Code of Ethics. iv) v) Persons of good character. ii) iii) Experience of 7 years in engineering practice. ii) Credit up to 24 months of experience may be given if he/she has also obtained a PhD Degree recognised by MHRD/UGC/AICTE. Makes a formal application with prescribed fee. 3. Membership /association. Qualification for Certification as Professional Engineer 3.1 Basic Requirements for certification as Professional Engineer i) Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or equivalent recognised by Statutory Authority or Government of India. iii) Maximum exemption for higher education shall not exceed 24 months including Post Graduation Degree and PhD.2 Exemptions for Experience for Professional Engineer i) Credit up to 12 months of experience may be given if he/she has a Post Graduate Engineering Degree or equivalent. EMF: IE (India) Page 2 of 11 . recognised by MHRD/UGC/AICTE. Maintained continued professional development since graduation at a satisfactory level. of recognised professional engineering institution vi) vii) Passed the Assessment Examination as prescribed.

He/She should give dates and positions held and should describe the level and limits of responsibility held in each position. iii) iv) Communication skills. 3. Understanding of broader social and legal implications of engineering profession.4 Additional Requirements for International Professional Engineering Certification: i) ii) iii) Good knowledge of International codes/standards. v) vi) Continuous development in engineering profession. standards and practices.3. part of a complex work or all of a straightforward works. Demonstration of capabilities to be an International Professional Engineer to the satisfaction of respective National Committee and Board for Certification. occupational health. The applicant should have held responsibility for a part of a large work or all of a small works. Career Progression 4.3 Requirements of Competency for Professional Engineers i) ii) Application of engineering theory.1 The career progression details. “responsible capacity” is defined as having responsibility for the financial and technical outcome of work of an engineering nature. It is acknowledged that engineering works vary greatly in size and complexity and the Board will not demand complete responsibility for excessively large or complex works. 4. The assessors will apply a certain amount of judgement in their decisions. which must be recorded in the Application Form is the applicant’s opportunity to demonstrate he has the required engineering experience. Demonstration of concern for sustainability. EMF: IE (India) Page 3 of 11 . safety and welfare. Management of engineering works including personnel & financial aspects. Conversant with International practices/procedures in engineering. For the purpose of certification.

energy conservation and sustainability. The report is the main opportunity for the applicant to convince the assessors that he/she possesses and has been consistently demonstrating in his/her work performance. risk. the report is expected to be around 1000 words.  Independent judgement in the application of engineering science and knowledge particularly in his/her chosen field. the required competence. Ideally the Self-Appraisal would include and center on significant engineering work undertake by the applicant demonstrating his own contribution in meeting the required qualities. The self-appraisal report for renewal applications is expected to be around 300 words. social. For new applicants. The applicant is required to submit a self-appraisal report to demonstrate these qualities in the execution of his/her work during his/her service in the different positions in his/her career progression:  A sound understanding of engineering principles. material and financial resources required to solve complex problems. financial. EMF: IE (India) Page 4 of 11 . This is in the form of a self-appraisal report and should be written in the same spirit as mentioned above. It should.4.  The ability to use relevant existing technology coupled with the ability to locate and use new technologies to benefit his/her work and engineering generally.2 The Professional Engineer applicant is expected to possess the following qualities. manage and direct the human.  The leadership skills to plan. The report will be expected to demonstrate that the applicant understands the underlying engineering. not simply be a narrative of activities carried out by the applicant but must describe the “why and how” of the work activities. including health. commercial. the applicant should give details of his/her professional activities during 60-month period of the last certification [see item 6.  Commitment to the public interest in all aspects of work. safety. therefore. For renewal applications. economic and management principles behind the work activities. environmental. legal. It should also indicate the applicant’s involvement and the role he/she played in the process.5 (a)]. The self-appraisal report should be comprehensive and concise.  The ability to identify and apply appropriate scientific methods to produce alternative solutions to complex engineering problems. often in multi-disciplinary teams.  A high level of understanding and application of engineering economics.

Assessment Procedure for PE (India)/IntPE (India) 6. The sponsors must give an undertaking that they know the applicant personally and be convinced in every respect that he/she is a fit and proper person to be certificated as Professional Engineer. which will also undertake: 6.2. However.2 Any applicant who fails either in Module I or Module II can re-appear either in Module I or Module II with deposition of re-appearance fee amounting Rs. in one calendar year only a maximum of two attempts are permitted. quality. Codes/ Specifications of the respective engineering discipline and actual practicing professional knowledge.1.1 Online Assessment examination comprising of:   Module-I (General) Module-II related to the respective field of engineering specialization. It may cover areas such as health. This confidential document shall be submitted separately to the BFC. Online assessment Examination measures the ability of the potential professional engineer to practice in prevailing environment. 6.1 Assessment shall be done as follows: - 6.2 Oral Examination / Interview by the National Committee of the respective field. The sponsors will be required to complete a separate confidential form giving their own impressions of the applicant and reasons why they consider him/her to be a fit person to be certified as Professional Engineer. Sponsors’ separate confidential reports are not applicable for renewal of certification. (Online assessment examination is applicable for fresh candidates only) 6. environment. who are either Fellows of IEI /Fellows of any other recognised professional engineering institutions or have been Professional Engineers of IEI for at least 5 years. Minimum six month gap is required to be maintained. 1000/per re-appearance.5. social responsibility. The sponsors are expected to assess the application as per the requirements of the certification. safety. Sponsors Any application for PE must be supported by at least three sponsors. An applicant has to pass both Module I and Module II. ethics. legal and contracting practices. 6. industrial and economic trends.1 i) Evaluation of professional experience for at least 7 years after acquiring EMF: IE (India) Page 5 of 11 .1.

 Use effective communication and inter-personnel skills to deal with human matters and business issue. if also applied for transfer to IntPE register. (iii) Evaluation of CPD (Continuous Professional Development). health and environment degree (but immediately preceding the examination) (ii) Out of 7 years experience. evaluation of 2 years recent professional experience in significant engineering work. (Oral Examination / Interview is applicable for fresh as well as renewal candidates) 6.3 Evaluation of Competency:  The competence of a Professional Engineer defines his/her capability to perform a given function using a combination of general and engineering knowledge and skills to optimize the application of existing and emerging technology. practices and procedures followed in management of engineering activities and project. Provide technical and commercial leadership in solving and managing engineering problems relating to the field of specialisation. (iv) Evaluation of knowledge of International codes / standards / practices / procedures in the respective field of engineering. Specifically. cost-cutting and efficiency improvement measures. safety.  A competent professional engineer’s expected level of performance will depend upon his/her field of specialisation. development of human resources and service to the society. Have proper understanding of management of resources. it may include the following:    Know the systems techniques. legal and contractual issues. 3000/. he can reappear for interview on completion of six month after submitting applicable video conferencing charges of Rs. 6.2 If any applicant either fresh or renewal is not recommended by the National Committee during the interview. EMF: IE (India) Page 6 of 11 .and strengthening their professional knowledge and attaining more practical exposure in their respective field of working.

6. The major emphasis shall be on evaluating the relevance of learning to the profession rather than mere knowledge accumulation. It is the aggregate of credit hours earned in 5-years that will determine as to whether a P Eng has secured at least 125 credit hours within his/her five years certification validity period for renewal. which indicates the extent of effect of each CPD activity. Commit to abide by the established professional Code of Ethics. The following table shows the details: Classification Type Applicable CPD Program CPD Weight Factor (Multiplier) Applicable Hours Remarks Formal Education Upgrade In Engineering/ Management duly recognized by BFC (Upper limit) (1) Award Doctorate of 2 30 All achievement shall be supported with records and certificates. Each of these categories can be further broken down into significant parts and each part can then be assigned weightage and achievement value. The quality and quantity of IE (India) continuing development Programme shall be assured by the development assessment method indicated below. and ‘Professional Expertise and Management Skills Upgrade’ through additional training and experience.4 Evaluation of Continuous Professional Development The Continuing Professional Development programme includes ‘Technical Educational Knowledge Update’ through added qualifications. The hours of an applicable CPD are counted by multiplying the actual hours of CPD by the Weight Factor. The National Committee concerned will assess the candidate through interview as well as assessment of past records for their competency. Limit for total of all = 60 hrs for 5 years Award of Post Graduate Degree Award of Graduate Diploma Post 2 25 2 20 EMF: IE (India) Page 7 of 11 .

1 Hours spent for profession al contributio n EMF: IE (India) . inhouse training.5 Actual hours of attendance Presentation Papers and other Activities (No limit) (5) 2 Actual lecture hours Hours spent at an academic meeting Actual hours write report Lectures exclude routine teaching at institutions and university (6) Participation in an academic meeting 1 (7) Writing thesis. technical reports and others 1 to a Subject to limit of 20 hours per year (8) Presentation Papers and other Activities (No limit) (9) Attending a committee etc.Formal Education Upgrade in Engineering/ Management duly recognized by BFC (Upper limit) (2) Post Graduate Correspondence/ online course (including those gained through the internet) Authorising books in field of specializations published by a reputed publisher 1 20 All achievements shall be supported with records and certificates. National and International conferences etc. 1 Hours of attendance This is applied only when an applicant participates in active discussions (such as at round–table) Only those with urgency and in the public interest such as emergency building risk judgement work after earthquake etc. Limit for total of all = 60 hrs for 5 years 2 20 Formal Education Training Activities limit) (3) and (No (4) Participation training development programmes in & 1 Actual hours of attendance Participation in CPD related lectures. symposium. Page 8 of 11 Part of Professional contribution in activities such as emergency risk judgement work. studying tour. Lecturer Symposium Panelist or 0.

Notes. failing of which they will have to be interviewed again if they wish to seek transfer to IntPE (I) Register at a later date.4. The criteria & methodology for assessment of CPD are covered under paragraph 6. The applicants shall be assessed including interview by the concerned National Committee on the basis of the criteria at the time of renewal of certification. The IE (India) can re-design these. 1.2 above). This assessment shall be communicated to BFC and the candidate shall be issued fresh Certificate of P Eng on approval. Criteria for Recognition of Incoming Engineers from Overseas IE (India) shall certify the engineers working overseas as under: i) Engineers registered as International Professional Engineer by the members of EMF shall be certified in India. (b) Time spent in activities related to Continuing Professional Development (CPD). as required and directed by BFC. Such applicants shall be assessed for: (a) Self-appraisal giving details of professional activities during the 60 months period of the last certification in around 300 words (see also item 4. Assessment examination is not applicable to the applicants seeking renewal of PE Certification. The above assessment methodology including the weightage factors is indicative. 6. The number of credit hours will be calculated by multiplying the number of hours actually spent for the CPD activities by a pre-determined weighted factor.5 Renewal of PE Certification – Renewal of certification for further period of 60 months may be effected 6 months prior to & not later than 6 months after the date of expiry of the previous certification. Those candidates who wish to be placed on the IntPE (I)* register will have to apply on the prescribed form along with IntPE (I) transfer fee as applicable at the time of submitting the renewal application. through an oral examination / interview at the discretion of BFC / National Committee if they apply for EMF: IE (India) * IntPE (I): International Professional Engineer (India) Page 9 of 11 . 7.

00 Totaling : Rs.000/For initial certification For Renewal : Rs.000/of India & Nepal US $ 400 for applicants other than citizens of India & Nepal Interview electronically : Rs. ii) Others with engineering degree from foreign universities will be required to go through all the procedures including examinations as for engineers with Indian degree.3000/Interview electronically : Rs.000/EMF: IE (India) Page 10 of 11 .certification as P Eng (India) in the specified form.3000/Totaling : Rs. and pay the agreed fee. FEE: US $ 400 for applicants other than citizens : Rs. 8. Issuing Authority Discipline Valid up to This seal must be affixed on the drawing/design/report/ certification certified by him/her.6.3000. They should have Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in engineering from an accredited institution and at least seven years experience. 9.3. They will be exempted from online assessment examination as they have already been examined under an equivalent system.4.7./IntPE (I) shall be responsible for civil / criminal liability for the losses/ damages suffered by the user of his/ her services if it is found that the losses / damages have arisen out of wrong certification. P Eng. Professional Engineer’s/IntPE (I)’s Seal A Professional Engineer/IntPE (I) shall have a seal of his own as per design approved by the BFC which shall have following information – Name of the P Eng/IntPE (I) P Eng/IntPE (I) No. provide all required data.000/citizens of India & Nepal US $ 300 for applicants other than citizens of India & Nepal Interview electronically : Rs.

org / pe@ieindia. 10. E-mail: ddg@ieindia. Rs.000/Break-up of this fee is as follows: - Rs.13. 8 Gokhale Road.000/.3000/Rs.16.000/. Board for Through home page Professional Phone: 033 2223-3296 EMF: IE (India) Page 11 of 11 . Rs. Application. Interview electronically : Totaling : Renewal of IntPE Rs. Rs.ieindia.Transfer fee from PE (India) : to IntPE (India). 3. For more information please visit our website: www. complete in all respects. 3.10.for transfer fee from PE (India) to IntPE (India).for renewal of PE Certification. Kolkata-700 020 along with requisite fee in form of Demand Draft drawn on any scheduled bank in favour of “The Institution of Engineers (India)” payable at Kolkata.000/US $ 500 for applicants other than citizens of India & Nepal. The Institution of Engineers (India).000/.000/- : Rs .for video conferencing charges. is to be sent to Secretariat.