India's rail network is a vital piece of its infrastructure (iamge sourced from wikipedia)

There are around 1,900 ICE members living in India, and working on a huge range of projects across the country.

At the heart of everything we do in India are the five volunteer ICE representatives and local associations, based in Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai. They help arrange events, visits to ongoing engineering projects and social activities. They are also vital in helping to increase the profile of civil engineering in India.

As well as the local associations, there are several ICE student chapters at universities and graduate groups, that support members working towards professional qualifications.

Professional Review interviews are held annually in India, most recently in Bangalore and Chennai.

ICE and the Institution of Engineers India (IEI) have an Agreement of Cooperation. This agreement enables the two organisations to form a strategic partnership, exchange of information, and organise joint events and activities..

If you’re living in India and have any questions, then please contact us for more information or help.

Please note that ICE is in no way related to the separate institution named ICE (India).


Smarter growth and India's urban future

Mumbai skyline at night

In a recent post to the Infrastructure Blog, Dr Nicholas Falk, Founder of URBED, argues that the solutions to our global urbanisation challenges might be found in the rise of ‘Metro Cities’ rather than the expansion of megacities. Dr Falk explores the opportunities for shared smart city learning between the UK and India in addressing these issues.

Read the full post

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Here you can find details of events taking place in your region, as well online events you can access from anywhere.

Looking for help and advice on becoming qualified?

Our professional qualification training is here to help you, from advice surgeries to courses in passing your professional review.

  • Routes to membership

    Technician membership webinar

    • 13 June, 2017
    • Online attendance available

    This webinar provides an overview of the routes to becoming a professionally qualified engineering technician (EngTech).

  • Routes to membership

    Technical Report Route, Webinar

    • 06 September, 2017
    • Online attendance available

    The Technical Report Route allows you to utilise your work experience and practical knowledge to achieve professional qualification. In this webinar Membership Development Officer Roger Chantrelle explains how the route works and what the requirements are.

  • Professional review preparation

    Written Exercise Webinar

    • 07 September, 2017
    • Online attendance available

    The Written Exercise Group will provide guidance on how best to approach your Written Exercise, promote good practice and prepare candidates for the this element of the Professional Review

  • SCE and delegated engineers

    Webinar: mentor-supported training

    • 09 November, 2017
    • Online attendance available

    Introduction to Mentor Supported Training.

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  • adding your expert knowledge to one of our panels or committees
  • writing for one our publications
  • visiting schools to help encourage the next generation of civil engineers

Getting involved with us is also a great way to help your professional development and further your experiences.

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