The global engineering body announces opening of registrations for the IET India Future Tech award to acknowledge exceptional work in emerging technologies
The Institution of Engineering (IET) has opened nominations for The IET India Future Tech Award 2022 as part of the IET India Awards 2022. The award aims to recognise quality contributions and engineering innovation involving future technologies.
The IET India Awards was instituted in 2021 in celebration of 150 years of the IET. The first edition of The IET India Future Tech Award was bagged by Stellapps Technologies Private Limited for their innovative wearable technology and applications that help in herd monitoring, milk procurement and cold chain management.
Speaking about the second edition of awards Gopichand Katragadda, VP – IET Board of Trustees said, “Today, India is at the cusp of emerging as a global hub for engineering talent, with Indian engineers being recognised globally for their exceptional contributions to the industry. India is recognised for producing technocrats who have led the new age of innovation globally. Through the IET India Awards, we aim to champion engineering excellence and recognise the individuals, organisations and teams that are making noteworthy contributions towards engineering a better world. The award categories highlight sectors where we see exceptional achievements by individuals and organisations, areas where we need to increase skills and diversity in the future, and individuals that have gone above and beyond to leave a mark on India’s engineering ecosystem. I look forward to celebrating these change-makers who, with their engineering prowess, strive to engineer a better world.”
Through the IET India Awards, the IET is looking to celebrate innovation champions, difference-makers and engineering achievers in order to inspire, inform and influence the engineering and tech community, all towards the larger mission of engineering a better world.
Speaking on the opening of nominations, Shekhar Sanyal, Director and Country Head, IET India said, “The IET India Future Tech Award seeks to celebrate technology and innovation. The achievements of the previous edition’s winners are a testimony to our commitment to quality and engineering excellence. To partner in our quest to engineer a better world, we hope to see even higher participation this year, allowing us and the society at large to celebrate their achievements.”
The IET India Future Tech award is open to individual practising engineers as well teams and organisations from industry, academia, not-for-profit organisations and even the government. Registrations will remain open till September, 2022.
The other categories of the IET India Awards are IET India Lifetime Achievement Award, The IET India Youth Engineering Icon of the Year, IET India Volunteering Award, IET India Young Woman Engineer Award, IET India Mobility Awards and IET India Engineering the Future of Work Award.
To register for the IET India Future Tech Award, visit – https://bit.ly/IETIndiaAwards_PR
About The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET)
The IET is one of the world’s largest engineering institutions with over 168,000 members in 150 countries. It is also the most multidisciplinary – to reflect the increasingly diverse nature of engineering in the 21st century. The IET is working to engineer a better world by inspiring, informing and influencing our members, engineers and technicians and all those who are touched by or touch the work of engineers.
Institution of Engineering and Technology – India
The IET office started operations in India in 2006, in Bangalore. Today, they have over 13,000 members and have the largest membership base for the IET outside of the UK. Given the increasing global importance of India as an engineering hub, their aim is to make an impact that has relevance both locally and internationally. Their strategy is to make a meaningful impact on the overall competency and skill levels within the Indian engineering community and play an influencing role with industry in relation to technology innovation and solving problems of public importance. They want to do this through working in partnership with industry, academia and government, focusing on the application of practical skills within both learning & career lifecycles, driving innovation and thought leadership through high impact sectors.