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  • Established in 1988, the ASCE India International Section (ASCE-IS) is made up of more than 4500 members. The India Section is divided into four Regions (East, West, North, and South) which operate under a central body of ASCE-IS which has representations from all 4 Regions. 

    ASCE India Section Elections 2019

    The ASCE India Section and the India Section Regions are scheduled to hold elections for the period 2019–2020. In the forthcoming election, nominations are being called for the following office bearer positions President, Secretary and Treasurer in the Northern, Southern, Eastern, and Western Regions. 

    The overall India Section will accept nominations for a Secretary and Treasurer. Only eligible members from the Eastern Region may be nominated for these posts as the new ASCE India Section President will be from the Eastern Region, according to the rotation of the presidency between the India Section Regions. Nominations for India Section Secretary and Treasurer.


    Written nominations, on the Nomination Form, will close on 15 March 2019. Please send your form directly to your India Section contact on the form and copy Meggan Maughan-Brown, Director of ASCE Global Programs. 
    Once all nominations have been received and reviewed, the India Section Elections will commence. All eligible members will be able to vote for candidates in their Region, and for the Secretary and Treasurer for the India Section leadership. Elections are scheduled to open April 29, 2019


    Eligibility for Elections

    Only eligible members of the India Section can participate in nomination and voting. 
    • An eligible member is defined as a member in good standing at the grade of Associate or above.
    • Good standing means that your membership dues have been paid for 2019. 
    • Students are not eligible to nominate for any position or to vote.
    • The term of office for all positions is two (2) years.

    Office Job Descriptions

    A ‘job description’ for each of the positions is provided:
    • President: Chairing and conducting meetings, sponsorship negotiations, editorial responsibilities of publications, liaison with Institution of Engineers, India.
    • Secretary: Overall secretarial responsibility, Agenda preparation, and production of minutes of meetings, custodian of membership database, mass mail-out to India Section regional members, other membership issues, preparation of India Section Annual Report for submission to ASCE, Liaison with ASCE International Directorate.
    • Treasurer: Preparation of budget, budgetary control, banking and day to day financial control, preparation of end-of-year financial statements for AGM, planning and organizing fundraising activities, management of sponsorship funds received, preparation of statutory financial reports.

    ASCE India Conference 2017

    The ASCE India Section, in collaboration with the Institution of Engineers (India) (IEI), and the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi (IIT Delhi) organized the first ASCE India Conference: Urbanization Challenges in Emerging Economies. The proceedings are now available in the ASCE Library in two volumes.

    More Links for ASCE India Section 

    • Contact the ASCE India International Section.

    India Section Officers:

  • Ibad Rahman
    Treasurer

    Arif Ali Siddiqui
    Secretary

    Satish Kumar Vij
    President

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