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Report on Centenary Seminar on "challenges and Prospects of Engineering Professionals in India" Held on November 17, 2018


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On the occasion of celebrating Centenary year (1919-2018) of The Association of Engineers, India, a Seminar was organized on "Challenges and Prospects of Engineering Professionals in India" in association with the Government College of Engineering and Ceramic Technology (GCECT), Kolkata on November 17, 2018. The Registration for this seminar was started from 10.30 am at GCECT. The Principal of GCECT, Prof. Dr. Krishnendu Chakrabarty was taking care of all guests present there. The well equipped and decorated auditorium of GCECT was full with all the respective dignitaries, AEI Members and registered students from Government colleges and other institutes.
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Bandana Barman
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Kalyani Govt. Engineering College, Kalyani, India

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On the occasion of celebrating Centenary year (1919-2018) of The Association of Engineers, India, a Seminar was organized on "Challenges and Prospects of Engineering Professionals in India" in association with the Government College of Engineering and Ceramic Technology (GCECT), Kolkata on November 17, 2018. The Registration for this seminar was started from 10.30 am at GCECT. The Principal of GCECT, Prof. Dr. Krishnendu Chakrabarty was taking care of all guests present there. The well equipped and decorated auditorium of GCECT was full with all the respective dignitaries, AEI Members and registered students from Government colleges and other institutes.