Jamshedpur, Sept. 20: The Jamshedpur Chapter of the Indian Institute of Metals (IIM), today arranged a function to felicitate Anand Sen, President, TQM and Steel Business, Tata Steel on his becoming the President of the Indian Institute of Metals. Sen took over as President at the 72nd Annual General Meeting of Indian Institute of Metals, The felicitation function today was held at the CFE Auditorium and attended amongst others by members of IIM and senior professionals of Tata Steel, National Metallurgical Laboratory, NIT Jamshedpur & other organisations. Prof KaruneshSukla, Director NIT, Jamshedpur was the Guest of Honour in this function.
Dr MitaTarafder of IIM welcomed the guests and deliberated on the various activities being done by Jamshedpur Chapter. Dr M D Maheshawari, a senior person of this Chapter spoke about the prestigious achievements of Anand Sen. Dr A N Bhagat, Chapter Secretary proposed a vote of thanks. An e-poster completion was also organised just prior to this program & prizes were given to winning teams.
The Indian Institute of Metals was founded in 1945 with its Head Office in Kolkata. Since then, it has seen phenomenal growth with the scope of the Institute encompassing the whole gamut of metallurgical processing research and related advancements. This professional body caters to the needs of Metallurgical Engineers and Material Scientists who are working in the areas of mineral beneficiation, extraction, fabrication, heat treatment, finishing as well as practical and theoretical aspects of all ferrous and non-ferrous metals and alloys, ceramics, composites and related disciplines. The activities of the Institute include organizing national and international conferences, conducting qualifying examinations, publications and other activities. IIM today is a reputed Institution devoted to the promotion and advancement of Metallurgical Science and Technology. It is recognised throughout the world as one of the premier metallurgical organisations having more than 50 active chapters.
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