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Indian Institute of Welding, [IIW] Bangalore

Indian Institute of Welding, [IIW] Bangalore Details



About Indian Institute of Welding, [IIW] Bangalore

Introduction

The Indian Institute of Welding (IIW-India) was incorporated on the 22nd April, 1966 at Calcutta to foster the development of welding science, technology and engineering in India and since then has been serving the cause of the welding industry through its 13 branches / chapters throughout India. The institute is a non-profit making organisation registered under Section 25 of the Company's Act 1956 and is also registered under Section 12A of the Income Tax Act 1961, as an Institution for charitable purpose.

Through its various activities and programmes, IIW-India is now recognised as the premier Institute related to welding in the country with over 4500 Individual and Corporate Members. Further, as a member society of the International Institute of Welding, it is helping to project the importance and achievements of the Indian Welding Industry to the global community.

Mission & Objectives

With a mission to be the Premier Professional Institute in India for the advancement of Welding Science & Technology and related activities, IIW-India has been continuously developing itself for achievement of the following objectives.

  • Assist Human resources development in Welding in India.

  • Technology diffusion to Industry and the individual.

  • Foster R&D in welding.

  • Promote health & safety in welding.

  • To Promote education, training and qualification in welding in India in line with international standards which would be globally recognised and accepted.

  • Establish International standards of quality for the Indian fabrication industry.

The Indian Institute of Welding is a professional body devoted to the cause of promotion and advancement of welding science and technology in India. The quality policy of the Indian institute of welding is to promote education and qualification in welding in India in line with international standards which would be globally recognized and accepted. The aim of the institute is to promote awareness of the need for internationally recognized quality education in welding amongst the welding professionals of the industry and to set up an infrastructure for education, examination and qualification of welding professionals through authorized training bodies & which would provide opportunities to welding professionals in India.

Facts and figures of The Indian Institute of Welding:

Campus Area

 70 acres

Approval

 AICTE

Library Resources

 2,23,591 volumes of books and journals

How to reach

 4 kilometer from railway station


Facilities at The Indian Institute of Welding -

  • Library

  • Laboratories

  • Class Rooms

  • Internet Facilies


Training and Placement Department

Training & Placement Department makes regular arrangements of guest lectures, industrial visits, expert speakers to support student to build up proper perspectives, simulate fair idea about corporate culture.

 


The College encourages students by providing scholarships according to the norms of the Government and even provides financial aid.

Facilities


Indian Institute of Welding, [IIW] Bangalore Courses and Fee Structure

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