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MEMBERSHIP

ACADEMIC MEMBERSHIP

i) Associate Membership.
ii) Technician / Diploma Membership


CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP

i) Fellow.
ii) Member.


INSTITUTIONAL MEMBERSHIP

Institutional Membership occupies a very significant position. IIE therefore grants this membership after satisfying itself to the credibility of the institution applying for such membership. The Institutional membership is granted after inspection of the institution as to its academic & infrastructure & strength. Any public or local person, registered company or firm or an individual company Govt. department Trade association, they may obtain institutional membership (IM)


DONOR MEMBERSHIP

A donor in general is a person or a Organization who donates something voluntary. In business law a donor is someone who is giving the gift. He contributes something, such as money to a cause or fund any corporate sector organization/ institution, CSR, willing to donate voluntary can become donor member. They will be facilitated by giving rebate in payment of Income Tax and their names will be displayed in the list of donor members of IIE, when any Exhibition/ Seminar/Workshop/ Symposium it will be advertised. Donor member will get update of any Govt. Policies from time to time.


STUDENT'S CHAPTER

This chapter provides information about Academic Membership policies of IIE and registered student for enrolment. Student chapter provides all academic administration support to its registered member to complete their courses or studies so as to enable them to appear for examination.