IIW India Foundation : KEMPPI – WELDNET WORK : Young Welding Engineers Competition 2020
THE INDIAN INSTITUTE OF WELDING ( IIW-India ) was incorporated on 22rd April 1966 at Kolkata to foster the welding science, technology and engineering in India. Since then IIW-India has been serving the cause of welding industry through its 14 branches / chapters throughout India. The Institute is a non-profit making organization registered under section 25 of The Companies Act 1956 and is also registered under section12 A of Income Tax Act 1961, as an Institution for charitable purposes. The Institute having its head office at Kolkata, and branches at 14 major cities in the country, viz. Kolkata, New Delhi, Jamshedpur, Baroda, Bhubaneswar, Bhilai, Vishakhapatnam, Hyderabad, Pune, Mumbai, Chennai, Bengaluru, Cochin and Tiruchirappalli. The Institute has celebrated its “GOLDEN JUBILEE ” during 2016.
With the intention of motivating the young engineers who are engaged in the field of welding and related activities, the institute proposes to organize a “COMPETITION AMONG YOUNG ENGINEERS IN WELDING TECHNOLOGY METALLURGY QA/QC, SURFACE PROTECTION, CORROSION CONTROL AND RELATED FIELDS”.
Professionals from the Industry, Researchers, Academicians, Practicing Engineers, Educational Institutions, Technology Centers etc. from the above mentioned fields are eligible to participate the competition.
The competition will provide an excellent opportunity to young engineers to demonstrate their expertise and creative thinking, knowledge in technology, professional acumen and thereby winning recognition for expertise in their respective fields. The idea developed may be converted as a product or a service and applicable to the industry on a later date. The First, Second & Third position holders will be eligible for Trophies and Cash Awards.
An entry fee of Rs.2,950.00 (including GST) per team shall be paid along with entry form attached herewith to be sent on or before 30th January 2021
RULES OF THE CONTEST
The age of the participants should not be more than 35 years as on 01-01-2021
Written Presentation to carry 45% weightage of the totals cores.
First level elimination of teams will be based on the written presentation.
Written Presentation Points
Presentation & Format of Report : 30
Originality & Creative Thinking : 30
Accuracy of Content & Extend of Research : 30
Clarity & substance of presentation : 30
Ability to communicate with and respond to questions
effectively from the panel of judges : 30
Team work in presentation : 30
Contribution to effective technological thinking & performance : 20
Total : 200
GUIDELINES OF THE COMPETITION
The paper on the prescribed theme may be prepared and submitted by a team of THREE Young Engineers. But the oral presentation shall be made by any TWO of the team, leaving the THIRD member as stand-by to cover any eventuality.
Each competing team is expected to submit a written paper on the theme with a text of between 3,000 and 4,000 words. This length shall be exclusive of the exhibits, charts, etc., forming part of the paper as well as the summary. The presentation should be based on original research and analysis of data from pertinent sources both primary and secondary, including the team’s own organization, wherever applicable.
The paper should be in MS Word on A4 Size paper with double space. Typing / printing should be only on one side of the paper with Arial font Size 12.
The text shall have to be preceded by a synopsis not exceeding 500 words.
There should be a table of contents indicating various topics /headings.
A list of references are to be given at the end of the paper and the same must be indicated at the appropriate places in the text through the serial numbers in the list.
Hard Copy (2 Nos) of the written paper must be submitted so as to reach us on or before the due date, to the address given in the brochure. The soft copy of the same should be mailed to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Participating organisations are at liberty to sponsor any number of teams.
The paper submitted will be evaluated by a panel of judges and, if qualified, the teams will be invited to make the presentation before a panel of judges.
The contest will be in two stages. Primarily a written presentation to be prepared and submitted by the team members to The IIW Cochin Branch. The written presentation shall be evaluated by a panel of experts. The selected team will be invited for an oral presentation by the team members.
Considering the Covid pandemic situation this year the event will be conducted by online and necessary password /link for video presentation will be communicated.
The teams shall be ready for online presentation at least one hour before the schedule time failing with the presentation treated as cancelled.
The decision of THE INDIAN INSTITUTE OF WELDING shall be final and binding on all matters relating to this competition.
Please note the following schedule of competition
Registration by submitting Entry Form : on or before Saturday, 30th JANUARY 2021
Submission of paper at IIW Cochin : on or before Saturday,13th MARCH 2021
Final ONLINE presentation : Saturday 27th MARCH 2021
(If there are more entries, 28th MARCH will also be included)
Fill up the Registration Forms attached along with the details of the remittance.
Account Name : The Indian Institute of Welding, Cochin Branch
Account Number : 57009847615
Bank Name : State Bank of lndia, Perumanoor Cochin Shipyard Branch
IFSC CODE : SB1N0070261
For more details Contact
A. PRASAD KUMAR, Chairman
The Indian Institute of Welding
C/o Indaids International
Vallamattom Estate, M G Road
Kochi – 682 015, Kerala
Mobile: +91 98470 44404
www.iiwk.org. | e-mail: email@example.com.
The Indian Institute of Welding
IIW.INDIA HOUSE, PIot No 38,
200, Kalikapur Main Road,
P O Mukundapur, Kolkata 700 099.
Ph: 91-33-24160826, 24160942
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
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