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Report - 56th Annual General Meeting

The Institution of Engineers (India), Roorkee Local Centre organized 16th Dr. Jai Krishna Memorial Lecture on 31.10.2017 to commemorate the unique engineering contributions of Padma Bhushan Awardee Late Prof. Jai Krishna.  Er. Malvinder Singh, Chairman of the Centre while welcoming the audience highlighted the importance of  The Institution of Engineers (India), Roorkee Local Centre and its activities.  He further said that taking into consideration the unique contributions of Late Prof. Jai Krishna, Roorkee Centre of IEI decided to institute an Annual Lecture in his name to be delivered as a part of Annual General Meeting of the Institution.  Late Prof. Jai Krishna work and leadership qualities were focused on development of methods of strengthening engineering structures against earthquake forces which have been widely adopted in the country and abroad.  He was a legend in Earthquake Engineering and was honoured with Padma Bhushan in 1972 by then the President of India.  Dr. B.R. Gurjar, Dean Alumni Affairs, IIT Roorkee gave the introduction of Sri Satish Agnihotri, Chairman-cum-Managing Director of M/S Rail Vikas Nigam Ltd., Alumnus of IIT Roorkee and Key Note speaker of Memorial Lecture.  Shri Satish Agnihotri, in his key note lecture on “Transportation in India with special Emphasis on High Speed” expressed that development of high speed trains shall be a wonderful opportunity to move multiple levels in bringing technology in one go and thereby bring sea change in the speed and safety of rail travel.  High speed technology consists of many intricate aspects such as Civil Engineering, Construction building, Electrical and Mechanical systems and Software and are linked together through complicated mutual interfaces.  He further said that high speed trains will give boost to skill development and transform the future of our railway system.  Dr. Achal Mittal, Hony. Secretary of the Centre while summarizing up the proceedings of the Memorial Lecture said that railway system needs all around development through sound concrete vision to fill the aspirations of people and later proposed Vote of Thanks.

Report - All India Workshop on Extreme Loading on Structures


All India Workshop on Extreme Loading on Structures was jointly organized by The Institution of Engineers (India), Roorkee Local Centre, CSIR-CBRI Roorkee and IIT Roorkee on 26-27 October, 2017 at Roorkee. Er. Malvinder Singh, Chairman, IEI, RLC welcomed the august gathering by highlighting the overview of IEI activities in general and specially Roorkee Local Centre which gives engineers a global platform from where they can share Professional Engineering oriented interests.

The Chief Guest, Padmashree Prof. N.K. Gupta from IIT Delhi in his inaugural address emphasized that Extreme Loading situations transpiring through accidents, natural calamities not only jeopardize the infrastructure and human life but also impose global challenges for environmental and ecological systems.  Experimental errors during a research shall not be ignored at once but be carefully explored for the possible reasons of extreme loading for understanding the mechanics and design aspects.

Inaugural session was presided over by Dr. N. Gopalakrishnan, Director, CSIR-CBRI Roorkee and gave introduction to Mechanics of Impact Phenomenon on structures.  Prof. C.S.P. Ojha, Head, Civil Engineering Deptt., IIT Roorkee spoke about the fundamental design aspects of deformation of structures subject to extreme loading structures.

The All India Workshop was attended by more than hundred participants including members of IEI, students, scientists, faculty of IIT Roorkee, CBRI Scietists and NIT’s.  It was an excellent opportunity to understand and learn through the work of subject experts in broader sense. The workshop was funded by CSIR, DRDO, IMPLAST, IEI (INDIA) and Private Organizations.

The Valedictory session was presided over by Prof. A.K. Chaturvedi, Director, IIT Roorkee.  Chief Guest Dr. Sharad K. Jain, Director, National Institute of Hydrology Roorkee spoke that we should work in close co-ordination with organs involved in the loading structure discipline and this convert the world a better safer place against disastrous situations and understand the design aspects in depth as global challenge for future innovations in extreme loading field of Civil Engineering.  The All India Workshop was conducted by Dr. M. Ashraf Iqbal, Associate Professor, Civil Engineering Deptt., IIT Roorkee and also Executive Committee member of IEI, RLC.  Dr. Achal Mittal, Hony. Secretary, IEI, Roorkee Local Centre proposed Vote of Thanks.

Report - 50th Engineers' Day


The Institution of Engineers (India), Roorkee Local Centre celebrated 50th Engineers’ Day on 15th September, 2017 to commemorate the birthday of the Legendary Engineer Bharat Ratna Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya.  Er. Malvinder Singh, Chairman of the Centre while welcoming the audience said that Engineers are the need of the hour and supposed to have those innovative perspective and the power of exploring the depth of knowledge which are pre-requisite to accelerate the ongoing process of development in almost every aspects through sound introspective visions.

Er. Nirmal Jeet Singh Kalsi, IAS, Additional Chief Secretary, Punjab while delivering the Key Note lecture expressed that Engineers of any field are the architect of the emerging world which shall convert imaginations into reality through their digital innovations of the future thus making the world a better place.

Dr. N. Gopalakrishnan, Director, CSIR-CBRI Roorkee, Guest of Honour said that latest trends in engineering sector have gone through metamorphic transformation and Indian economy is expected to see higher growth in the coming future for which future of Engineers is bright which will converge our country into a dominant power.

Prof. A.K. Chaturvedi, Director, IIT Roorkee, Chief Guest of the function highlighted that engineers are building stones of the country and are perceived as valuable resource to meet manifold economy aspirations and challenges ahead for meaningful secured development.  Engineers are indispensable to the emergence of the country as a major global economic power and are responsible for show casing nation growth through their innovations.

An Excellence Awards 2017 in different categories and Life Time Contribution Awards were also given to the eminent personalities on this occasion as given below:

Contribution towards Industrial Research

1. Dr. Arun Kumar, AHEC, IIT Roorkee

2. Dr. Dharmendra Singh, Deptt. of Electronics & Comm. Engg., IIT Roorkee

3. Dr. R.D. Garg, Asso. Prof., Deptt. of Civil Engg., IIT Roorkee

Excellence in Academics / Research upto 40 years of age

1. Dr. Mohd. Ashraf Iqbal, Deptt. of Civil Engineering, IIT Roorkee

2. Mr. Mickey Mecon Dalbehera, Scientist, SE Group, CSIR-CBRI, Roorkee

Excellence in Academics / Research  for 40 + years of age

1. Prof. Satish Chandra, Director, CSIR-CRRI, New Delhi

2. Dr. C.S.P. Ojha, Head, Deptt. of Civil Engg., IIT Roorkee

3. Dr. Praveen Kumar, Prof. & Coordinator, Transportation Engg. Group, Deptt. of Civil Engg., IIT Roorkee

Engineering Excellence in Field/Industry Or Excellence in Operational Engineering

1. Er. Rajendra Chalisgaonkar, A-12, I.R.I. Colony, Lt. Canal Bank, Roorkee

2. Sri Jodh Singh, DGM (Quality-Defence Aero Business Group, BHEL, Haridwar

Life Time Contribution Award in Engineering

1. Prof. Brijesh Chandra

2. Prof. Gopal Ranjan

3. Er. K.C. Naithani

The Engineers’ Day celebrations was also telecast on Doordarshan Uttarakhand / Uttar Pradesh Channel on September 16, 2017 which received lot of appreciation from various organizations, eminent persons and common citizens.  The dignitaries present on the day described celebrations as Invigorating ambience.  Let real Engineering Challenges be solved by every engineer to man the task according to the demands of modern time requirements.

Dr. Achal K. Mittal, Hony. Secretary of the Centre while summarizing up the celebrations said that country desperately needs engineers towards its all around development through sound concrete vision and later proposed Vote of Thanks.

Report -  Installation of Roadside Safety Traffic Mirrors


The Institution of Engineers (India), Roorkee Local Centre organized an innovative event called “INSTALLATION OF ROAD SIDE TRAFFIC SAFETY MIRRORS” in Roorkee city on August 16, 2017.  It was an live example of co-ordinated efforts between The Institution of Engineers (India), Roorkee Local Centre, Industry and Local Administration which is the most prime vision of IEI. The audience was cross section of CSIR-CBRI Scientists, Irrigation Officers, Engineers of various engineering streams, IIT faculties, students, citizens of Roorkee, Administration, Police officials enthusiastically participated to make the event successful. Dr Achal Mittal, Hon. Secretary, briefed the audience about the utility of Roadside Traffic Safety Mirrors and also how the idea was originated to reduce the accident hazard at the blind road turns. Er. Malvinder Singh, Chairman of the Centre while welcoming the audience said that installation of Safety Mirrors at dangerous roadside junctions, crossings and blind spots at various places in Roorkee shall boost up the vision of drivers to prevent accidents and allow them to be more confident in their navigation.

Sri Mayur Dixit, IAS, SDM (Roorkee), Chief Guest of the event in his inaugural speech said that IEI, Roorkee Centre has taken a lead role in the administration to control and regulate the traffic by installation of the Safety Mirrors which is an integral part of Traffic system. He also mentioned that it is a perfect model where Societal Orgnanisation, Government Bodies, Local Administration and Private Industry have come together on a platform to serve the society. Sri M. Mishra,SeniorSupdt. of Police (Rural) stressed that Safety Convex Mirrors shall benefit the public so as to improve and regulate the traffic amicably.  He further said that development of such innovative activity undertaken by IEI Roorkee is the need of the hour.

Dr. Achal Mittal, Hon. Secretary of the Centre said that Installaltion of the Safety Mirrors shall be done in a phased manner.  The safety mirrors shall help in prevention of fatal accidents and later proposed vote of thanks to one and all present in the event.  Special thanks was also given to M/S Asahi India Glass Ltd. for providing the Safety Mirrors. The event was also telecast on Doordarshan Uttarakhand / Uttar Pradesh Channel, Jain TV and Tv100 in the evening News on August 16, 2017 which is the first of its kind in the history of The Institution of Engineers (India), Roorkee. Alot of appreciation has been received from various organizations, eminent persons and common citizen of Roorkee.

It is also to mention that future aspects of maintenance of the Safety Mirrors has also been worked out and shall be taken care by The Institution of Engineers (India), Roorkee Local Centre from time to time.  Impact of the Safety Mirrors on the public shall also be studied in depth and data generated will be used for further continuous improvement. The event received positive feedback which was defined as motivating, inspiring and interesting which shall help to quench the thirst of traffic safety measures for practical implementation.

Report - Workshop on Leadership & Skill Development Among Youth


A workshop on Leadership & Skill Development Among Youth was held at The Institution of Engineers (India), Roorkee Local Centre on July 24, 2017.  Shri Malvinder Singh, Chairman of the Centre while welcoming the audience said that in order to succeed your desire for leadership success should be greater than your fear of failure.  Leadership is the art to create vision with focus on organizational strength and proactive problem solving when vision has been realized.  Effective skill development helps people to connect with their immense potentials thus enabling them to accomplish purposeful things collectively. Shri Anurag Sangal (Guest of Honour) as renowned CA & Educational Consultant from Dehradun focused attention to improve Education delivery and make learning purposeful by embedding skills in School Education leading to experimental learning as an education tool. Shri Rajat Agarwal (Guest of Honour), Professor, Deptt. of Management Studies, IIT Roorkee talked about that people with analytical skills will be required in future to bring new insights in which learner centred will be the task and those who can prepare for new skills will take benefits of enormous opportunities of future.  Leader should have commitment for creativity. Shri Rajesh Kumar, Additional General Manager, HRDC, BHEL Haridwar and Chief Guest of the Workshop said that need of the hour is to remove the obstacles that get in the way of applying skills and knowledge we already have.  The key is unlocking what we call Faith, Fire and Focus on confidence in our ability and passion affecting the performance of the individuals which clearly indicates that Coaching style of leadership is most suited in present times. Dr. Kamlesh Chandra, Convener of the Workshop stressed upon that youth of today needs to understand the new skills which industry requires in future running of operations. Dr. Achal K. Mittal, Honorary Secretary of the Centre while summarizing the deliberations said that Leadership and Skill Development are important function of Management to achieve organizational goals and maximize productivity and later proposed Vote of Thanks.  

Report - World Environment Day

The Institution of Engineers (India), Roorkee Local Centre celebrated World Environment Day in association with CSIR-Central Building Research Institute, Roorkee on June 5, 2017 at CSIR-CBRI Auditorium.  The celebration of World Environment Day started with Planting of Trees in the lawns of CSIR-CBRI Roorkee by Chief Dignitaries.  Shri Malvinder Singh, Chairman of the Centre focused attention on nature environment challenges facing the world and support to address them to protect the earth by keeping our eyes open within ourselves and environment from reaching the breaking point.  Environment should be put in the category of natural security to sustain healthy life for the present and future generations. r. N. Gopalakrishnan, Director, CSIR-CBRI Roorkee while welcoming the audience said conserve the environment for a better tomorrow by making World Environment Day ideal occasion to make Earth’s biological diversity map to understand the value of nature. Prof. Rajesh Chandra, Chairman, Institute of Town Planning, Uttarakhand highlighted that World Environment Day has developed into a global platform for raising awareness and taking action on the issues from pollution and global warming to sustainable consumption. Dr. Kapil Joshi, Chief Forest Conservator & Director Forest Academy Uttarakhand perceived that how natural environment, forests are valuable resource in the green economy thereby realizing the people for true commitment for the leaving earth planet in equilibrium.  He further said that how leaves of Pine trees can be utilized to generate fuel for domestic purposes and save  the Biomass for making paper thus conserving the forests for better environment. A book on “Good Construction Practices in Buildings” authored by Scientists of CSIR-CBRI released on the occasion.  Dr. A.K. Minocha, Chief Scientist, Environment Sciences & Technology, CSIR-CBRI highlighted the importance of World Environment Day by promoting conservation of environment by way of planting trees, eco-system services and how nature provides livelihoods in the form of fertile soil. Dr. Achal K. Mittal, Hony. Secretary of the Centre while summarizing up the celebrations said that World Environment Day is a People’s Day for connecting with Nature to take care of the Earth Serene environment and later proposed Vote of Thanks.

Report - World Telecommunication & Information Society Day


The Institution of Engineers (India), Roorkee Local Centre celebrated World Telecommunication & Information Society Day on May 17, 2017 at Roorkee Local Centre.  Sri Malvinder Singh, Chairman of the Centre while welcoming the audience emphasized about the benefits of Telecommunication & Information Technology revolution to the world habitants with the objective to bridge the digital divide promote connectivity, Cyber security and faster global inter-operatibility of telecom systems to address development challenges by repeating our Prime Minister new formula for Nation Future i.e. IT + IT = IT.  Information Technology plus Indian Talent is equal to India Tomorrow to stay ahead of others.  Key Note Speaker Er. Prashant Rao, Executive Director, Signal / Telecom, Delhi Metro Railway Corporation (DMRC) gave the presentation on Train Signalling and Telecommunication Systems in Metro Railway.  He brought awareness regarding Automatic Fare Collection Systems, Driverless Communication based on Train Control (CBTC), implementation in DMRC. Er. Sanjay Bhasin, Co-founder of Sun Terrace Energy, Gurgaon in his address highlighted the History of Cell Phones and their Systems thereby making information and telecommunication more accessible to people to meet economic aspirations.  Dr. Achal K. Mittal, Hony. Secretary of the Centre said that World Telecommunication & Information Society Day is a day to learn how telecommunication is perceived as a valuable resource in the economy and later proposed vote of Thanks.

Report - Workshop on Repair in Material Handling & Environment

A Workshop on Safety in Material Handling & Environment was organized on April 25, 2017 at Roorkee Local Centre.  Shri Malvinder Singh, Chairman of the Centre presided over the workshop and highlighted the significance of safety in material handling and creating a systematic approach to comply with safety environmental regulations.  The key note addresses were delivered by Sri Sunil Sahoo and Sri Kamal Kulshreshtha, Safety Officers of BHEL, Haridwar respectively.  They stressed upon how safety in material handling and environment is preserved as a valuable resource and keep away the persons from getting injured and motivated to do good job for higher productivity.  On this occasion a Quiz Competition was arranged amongst the audience to test the awareness regarding safety.  Glimpse of Fire Safety intended to reduce the destruction caused by Fire was also presented by Fire Officer Sri B.L. Dabral, Roorkee followed by live demonstration of Fire Extinguishing equipments.  Dr. Achal K. Mittal, Hony. Secretary of the Centre proposed a vote of thanks.

Report -  World Water Day


The Institution of Engineers (India), Roorkee Local Centre celebrated World Water Day on March 22, 2017 at Roorkee Local Centre.  Shri Malvinder Singh, Chairman of the Centre presided over the function to bring focus on significance of Water and its Sustainable Management by saying that “WATER IS A PRICELESS BOON THAT GOD HAS GIVEN, MAKE EVERY DROP OF WATER COUNT”.  The Key-Note lecture was delivered by Dr. Prashant Singh, Professor, PG-DAV College and Coordinator, Uttarakhand Centre of Science & Technology, Dehradun wherein he explained that Quality of Water is directly related to human health and thus require scientific evaluation.  Pre and Post monsoon water quality data analysis was presented for determining cause and source of contamination which shall go long way for compliance with standards of Water Quality protocols.  He further perceived Waste Water as a valuable resource in the economy with respect to Ecosystems.  Dr. Achal K. Mittal, Hony. Secretary of the Centre said that World Water Day is a day for building awareness regarding Water Conservation thereby giving life to everything.  Dr. A.K. Lohani, Scientist, NIH, Roorkee & Convener of the function expressed that WATER IS HUB OF LIFE and later proposed Vote of Thanks.

Report - Long Term Monitoring Using Vibrating Wire Sensors


A Lecture on Long Term Monitoring of Civil Structures using Vibrating Wire Sensors was organized on February 16, 2017 by Roorkee Local Centre jointly with M/S Record Tech Electronics, Roorkee dealing with Health Monitoring of Infrastructures such as Dams, Tunnels, High rise Buildings.  Er. Malvinder Singh, Chairman of the Centre welcomed the guests and dignitaries.  Chief Guest Dr. R.D. Singh, Director, National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee in his address emphasized that Health Monitoring is important for continued fitness under gradual or sudden changes in state of loading of civil structures.  Guest speaker Mr. Anthony Simmonds, Director, M/S Geokon USA who has worked world wide very extensively in the field of Civil Engineering instrumentation expressed the role of Health Monitoring of Structures using Vibrating like Sensors and providing the best possible engineering and Safety solution in optimized time against any technical fault in Design & Construction of Structures. Mr. Vijay Kumar, Proprietor of M/S Record Tech Electronics, Roorkee highlighted that Instrumentation has always been an important part of Civil Engineering and the embedded Instruments in large structures for long term monitoring to avoid chance of failure.   Dr. Achal K. Mittal, Hony. Secretary of the Centre proposed a Vote of Thanks.  The lecture was attended by cross section comprising of scientists of CBRI and academia of IIT Roorkee and College of Engineering Roorkee.

Report - Lecture on Mobile App "Intelli Institution"


A Lecture was planned on Mobile App "Intelli institution" on Friday, January 20, 2017. Er. Malvinder Singh, Chairman of the Centre, welcomed the members, guests and the students and introduced the activities related to The Institution of Engineers (India). Dr. Achal Mittal, Honorary Secretary of the Centre, introduced the Speakers Mr. Vineet Sharma and Ms. Madhuri from Intellinet Systems Pvt. Ltd. 7 Hilton complex, Electronic City, Gurgaon. Mr. Vineet Sharma expressed that "Intelli institution" is a Mobile based communication system launched by Intelli which facilitates the easy communication between the "Institution" & “Parents”.  The App offers the following benefits to the parents

1.   Home Work - Parent can view the home work of any subject of their wards and need not has to go through Institution diaries which at times is not               updated. Parents will also receive an instant PUSH notification whenever the homework is first updated by the teacher.

2.     Notifications – Intelli Institution Mobile app has a separate notification center which keeps the parents updated on notifications related to following:

a.    Holidays (b) Events (c) Exams (d) PTM (e) Others

The notification section is managed by the Institution administrator and whenever a notification is fired parents shall receive an instant PUSH notification & thus they shall never miss out any important update.

3.   Student Profile - Using this module parents can keep the profile of their wards updated in Institution records.

4.   Class Teacher Profile – In a conventional system in majority of cases Parents have little or no details about the teachers who are teaching their wards.  This module shall provide the parents necessary and updated details about the teachers.

5.    Institution Profile – This module shall provide the updated Institution information to the parents. With one tab they can check the Principal name, important contact nos. and other related information.

6.    Communique – Using communique modules, parents can have a one-to-one communication with the teachers regarding the performance of their wards or on any other subject of choice.

7.   Feedback – Feedback module allows the parents to send a personalized communication to Principal or any other teacher related to their wards.

8.     Image Gallery – Parents can now access the images related to all the day to day activities of the Institution.

9.    Transport - Using this module parents can track the exact & real time location of their wards on a map while he is on Institution bus. Parents can also access the updated contact details of the Driver & Conductor of the bus.

10.   Event Calendar – Parents can keep track of the upcoming Institution holidays and other important activities using the Events Calendar.

11.   Authorize Contact – Parents can now register a new Authorize contact who can pick up their ward at the convenience of their phone.

Students & Faculty of Water resource Development & management, IIT Roorkee, Shakumbhari Institute of Higher & Technical, Puhana, Roorkee, Roorkee College of Engg., Roorkee, Uttaratech Polytechic, GRP Thalnadi etc. along with corporate members of Roorkee local centre attended the lecture.  Er. Akhilesh Verma, past Hony. Secretary, RLC expressed various issues regarding application of Mobile App "Intelli institution" in research work & placement and proposed Vote of Thanks.

Report - Energy Conservation Day


The Institution of Engineers (India), Roorkee Local Centre celebrated Energy Conservation Day on December 14, 2016 at Roorkee Local Centre. Shri Malvinder Singh, Chairman, IEI Roorkee Local Centre presided over the function and highlighted the importance of energy conservation and its use in day to day life and its impact on sustainability of global eco systems.  The key note lecture was delivered by Shri M.K. Garg, Additional General Manager, BHEL, Haridwar where in he explained about the advantages & disadvantages of Thermal, Solar, Nuclear and non-conventional energy.  He said that using energy efficiently is very necessary to save it for future usage. Chief Guest, Prof. S.P. Gupta, Former Dy. Director, IIT Roorkee in his address emphasized that Energy Conservation Measures are tools for the nation to attain higher level of excellence and contribute to national growth.  Let us all pledge whole heartedly commitment towards energy conservation by decreasing consumption by 10-50% with LED lights. A Quiz Competition on Energy Conservation was also organized amongst the audience which was unique feature and appreciated.  Exhibition on Energy Conservation using LED Lighting Technology was also organized. Er. A.K.Bahl, Convener of the function expressed that Energy conservation is the need of the hour thus quoting SAVE ENERGY SAVE MANKIND and later proposed Vote of Thanks.

Report - Annual General Meeting


55th Annual General Meeting of The Institution of Engineers (India), Roorkee Local Centre was held on October 22, 2016.  Maj. Gen. A.K. Chaturvedi, (Retd.) AVSM, VSM, Director General, College of Engineering Roorkee was the Key Note Speaker and delivered the 15th Dr. Jai Krishna Memorial Lecture.  Dr. R.D. Singh, Director, National Institute of Hydrology, Roorkee was the Chief Guest on this occasion.  The meeting started with lighting of lamp and floral tribute to Dr. Jai Krishna.  Welcome address was delivered by Prof. Rajesh Chandra, Chairman the Centre.  Further, Chairman introduced the Incoming Chairman Er. Malvinder Singh and Incoming Hony. Secretary Dr. Achal Kumar Mittal respectively.  On this occasion, Chairman Elect Er. Malvinder Singh spoke all out efforts have to be made to uphold the image of the Institution to greater heights with Dedication, Devotion, Discipline, Determination.  We have to travel long journey by lending shoulder to shoulder support to build the Institution with work commitment.  Er. A.K. Bahl, Member BOS for the Executive Committee election for the biennial 2016-18 declared the names of elected Executive Committee members.  Vote of thanks was proposed by Dr. Achal K. Mittal, Hony. Secretary of IEI, RLC.  The function was attended by about 160 corporate members, their families and guests followed by lunch.

Report - World Standards Day


World Standards Day was celebrated on October 14, 2016 with the theme – Standards Build Trust.  Prof. Rajesh Chandra, Chairman of the Centre presided over the function and highlighted the significance of World Standards Day.  Er. Malvinder Singh, AGM (Retd.), BHEL welcomed the speakers, guests and elaborated the importance and necessity of standards keeping pace with National priority to attain higher levels of Excellence.  The Chief Guest of the function Er. G.S. Misra, General Manager (Retd.), BHEL, Haridwar stressed upon standardization in industries and in products, processes & services.  Promoting of standardization shall be key to elimination of global trade barriers and make it easy for people to work together to ensure Quality, Safety and Efficiency.  Er. Akhilesh Verma, Hony. Secretary of the Centre proposed Vote of thanks.  About 70 corporate members and guests attended the function.