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The Institution of Engineers, Pakistan (IEP) was founded with the blessing of the Father of the Nation, Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, in 1948 with its Headquarters at Dhaka. In 1972 the Headquarters were shifted to Lahore. 'THE INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS, PAKISTAN', the name was amended by substitution of Institution for Institute in line with international trend was amended in the 22nd AGM held in 1979.

IEP has its own constitution, according to which its affairs at the Headquarters are managed by its elected President, Vice Presidents and Secretary General. The central council elected for a 3-years term has been vested with the powers of the Governing Body.

  Local Centres

IEP has 10 centres in Pakistan at Faisalabad, Hyderabad, Karachi, Lahore, Multan, Peshawar, Quetta, Rawalpindi-Islamabad, Sukkur and Tarbela.. A Centre has been established abroad in Saudi Arabia at Riyadh.

  Aims and Objectives

The main goal of THE INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS, PAKISTAN is to Build Better World as appearing in its logo.
The aim and objectives of the institution are to:

    * - Promote and advance the science, practice, and business of engineering in all its branches throughout Pakistan.
    * - Promote efficiency in the engineering practice and profession.
    * - Regulate the professional activities and assist in maintaining high standard in the general conduct of its members.
    * - Lay down the professional code of ethics and to make it mandatory for its members in their professional conduct.
    * - Help in the acquisition and exchange of technical knowledge
    * - Promote professional interest and social welfare of its members.
    * - Encourage original research in engineering, conservation and economic utilization of the resources of the country.
    * - Foster coordination with similar institution in other countries and educational institutions in Pakistan and abroad for mutual benefits.
    * - To disseminate information and knowledge among engineers through lectures, conferences, seminars and publication of journal and papers.
    * - Cooperate with various government agencies and industrial enterprises advising them in matters concerning the profession and practice of engineering and promotion of technical education.

The Institution has been taking concerted efforts to upgrade the professional knowledge and technical know-how of its member engineers by undertaking various technical activities. IEP has conducted studies on various national issues and technical problems; and submitted its recommendations to the government.

  IEP Quaid-e-Azam Forum

The institution came into existence with the blessing of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the Father of the Nation, who in his message to the First Inaugural Meeting of the Institution wished it every success. The Institution has endeavored to follow his message for the advancement of engineering education in the country.

In 1996, the Institution established a permanent platform called 'IEP Quaid-e-Azam Forum'. It held its first Quaid-e-Azam Conference on July 6, 1996. A book incorporating all the papers read therein has been published. The Quaid-e-Azam Conference has now become a regular annual feature.

میں بہت عظیم ہوں جو کہ بہت ہی عظیم علمی کام کررہا ہوں