Types of Membership

Corporates Member:-

Corporate Members shall have the right to vote, to requisition meetings and to be elected to the Council.

  1. Member. A Member shall have passed Section ‘B’ Examination of the Institution or shall have received a degree in engineering recognized by the Council, duly notified by the Council from time to time.
  2. Fellow. A Fellow shall be engaged in the profession of engineering or shall have retired from the profession of engineering after having held a position of high responsibility or shall have at least ten year’s experience in a position of responsibility for the design and/or execution of important engineering works/Projects.
  3. Charted Engineer. Chartered Engineers (C. Eng. P) develop solutions to engineering problems using new or existing technologies, through innovation, creativity and change and/or they may have technical accountability for complex systems with significant levels of risk.
Types of Membership

Non-Corporates Member:-

Non-Corporate Members don’t have any right to vote, to requisition meetings and to be elected to the Council.

  1. Honorary Fellows. Persons of distinction whose services or association is deemed to be of benefit to the Institution. The President, the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Governors and Chief Ministers of the Provinces, Heads of other countries and dignitaries may be elected by the Council as Honorary Fellows for the tenure of their respective office.
  2. Associate. An associate satisfactorily completed the three years program of Instructions in a technology leading to the diploma of Associate Engineering or equivalent recognized by the Council.
  3. Student. Student shall be attending a regular course of studies leading to degree in engineering from an Accredited Engineering Institution recognized by the Institution.
  4. Affiliate. Persons who are not engineers by education and profession and do not come under any class of membership rules specified above but are qualified to work with engineers in the advancement of engineering science, knowledge or practice may be permitted to be attached with the Institution as Affiliate.
  5. Subscriber. Any State, Department of the Government, Public Body, Registered Company, Firm or individual not eligible to be a Fellow, Member, Associate, Affiliate or Student who may desire to be so attached. Each subscriber shall be entitled to attend or to depute representatives to attend the Annual Convention.