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IEI Arbitration

Institution of Engineers (India)

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IEI Arbitration

The Institution of Engineers (India) established in 1920 was incorporated under The Royal Charter in 1935 by the then King of England George V. After Independence, the Institution is a “Body Corporate” protected under Article 372 of the Constitution of India

The Royal Charter has mandated various responsibilities to the Institution, one of them being :-

“To arrange and promote the adoption of equitable forms of contracts and other documents used in engineering and to encourage the settlement of disputes by arbitration and to act as or nominate arbitrators and umpires on such terms and in such cases as may be seem expedient”.

The Institution maintains a panel of highly qualified and well experienced Arbitrators having technical and professional engineering competence covering 15 core engineering disciplines from amongst its Fellow members who are attached to 125 State and Local Centres of the Institution located all over the country. These Arbitrators are providing their excellent services to litigants for settling disputes through Arbitration since the beginning. IEI awards a certificate to the empanelled arbitrators in token of recognition of their expertise in the field of arbitration. The Institution appoints arbitrator from its panel of arbitrators in various disputes that arise by and between the parties during execution of works / supplies contracts.

IEI has been recognized as Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (SIRO) by the Ministry of Science & Technology, Govt. of India and besides conducting its own research, provides Grant-in-Aid to UG/PG/ PhD students of Engineering Institutes & Universities.
The Institution of Engineers (India) is the first professional body to represent India in several International Bodies, such as the World Mining Congress (WMC), the World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO), the Commonwealth Engineers’ Council (CEC), the Federation International du Beton (fib), and the Federation of Engineering Institutions of South and Central Asia (FEISCA).