About us

ABOUT THE ORGANISATION

We, wish to introduce ourselves as Council of Engineers & Valuers Group of Organisations working for welfare & professional upliftment of Engineers & Valuers in India serving the nation with the following organizations & institutions: –

  • Registered Trust in the name of CEV Professional Development & Educational Trust (CEV PDE Trust), Registered under Indian Trusts Act-1882, ISO-9001 Charitable Organisation Registered with NITI AAYOG, Ministry of Planning, Registered with UDHYAM, Ministry Of MSME, Government Of India.
  • Registered Trust in the name of CEV Charitable Institution Trust (CEV CI Trust), Registered under Indian Trusts Act-1882, ISO-9001 Charitable Organisation Registered with NITI AAYOG, Ministry of Planning, Registered with UDHYAM, Ministry Of MSME, Government Of India.
  • Council of Engineers & Valuers a Trademark registered organization with Controller General of Patents Design & Trade Marks, Government of India the Youngest, leading & most popular association Registration under Societies Registration Act (XXI of 1860) of Government of India, Registered with NITI AAYOG, Ministry of Planning, Registered with UDHYAM, Ministry Of MSME, Government Of India.
  • Licensed Registered Section-8 Company in the name of CEV INTEGRAL APPRAISERS FOUNDATION (Registered under Section-8 of Company Rules-2013 under Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India), Registered with NITI AAYOG, Ministry of Planning, Registered with UDHYAM, Ministry Of MSME, Government of India.
  • CEV IAF is a member of INTERNATIONAL VALUATION STANDARDS COUNCIL, UNITED KINGDOM.
  • Registered Valuers Organization (CEV IAF RVO) Recognition Number-IBBI/RVO/2018/010, being a recognized Registered Valuers Organization by the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (IBBI) as per the provision of the Companies (Registered Valuers and Valuation) Rules, 2017
  • CEV Integral Association of Journalists & Reporters Registration under Societies Registration Act (XXI of 1860) of Government of India,
  • Publishing its own News Paper named CEV TECHNO NEWS (Publication license from Registrar of News papers in India, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, Government of India).

All the organizations running under the banner of the Council of Engineers & Valuers are having following identifications:

  • All having ISO-9001:2015 QMS Certification,
  • All have Registration with the Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSME), Government of India.
  • Registered with NITI AAYOG, Ministry of Planning, Government Of India.
  • With more than 2500 members throughout India and abroad and increasing day by day.
  • The nationwide spread of its technical members network throughout India.
  • More than 12 Chapters in different major cities in India.
  • Four Zonal headquarters viz. Mangaluru as Zonal Headquarter of South India, Kolkatta as Zonal Headquarters of East India, Jalandhar as Zonal Headquarters of North India & Bhopal as Zonal Headquarters of Central India.
  • Having Registration with NITI AAYOG, Ministry of Planning, Government of India.

Council of Engineers & Valuers (CEV) is a registered body under the Societies Registration Act (XXI of 1860) & was established as per provisions of the constitution of India, under the guidance of eminent educationalists & professionals. & all fellow members of this association are having registration as Approved Valuer u/s 34-AB of Wealth Tax Act, 1957 Government of India.

Council of Engineers & Valuers under the Govt. of India act is an autonomous body. CEV has enabled Engineers to show their talent & competitiveness. It has enhanced its global reach with Nationalized membership of over 2500 (and increasing every day) competent professional and Business associates, CEV provides professional support to the banking and financial sector of India.

Council of Engineers & Valuers (CEV) is formed as a professional body of Valuers with a view to enhance their professional competence in valuation field by arranging seminars and  short term course for them & to initiate, carry out, execute, implement, aid and assist activities towards skill development of Valuers and to integrate the community of Valuers, improve the quality of knowledge, information, market development & changes, skill, expertise, services through regular education and training sessions, exchange of experience between members, facilitate introduction of best practices and disseminate information of Valuation to upgrade skill, knowledge, expertise and living standards of the Members, to set out ethical standards for the members which includes to promote social, educational and economic upliftment of the members and to promote, run and maintain centers for social need, legal aid, health- medical & counseling services, health care activities, sports activities, research activities, charitable activities, environmental protection activities, rural development activities, social & welfare activities which are directly linked to Engineers & Valuers.

Council of Engineers & Valuers (CEV) conduct Continuous Professional Development (CPD) Education Programme for its members FREE OF COST.

The following courses are conducted by the Council of Engineers & Valuers for its members at its various Chapter Headquarters throughout India in association with PPDC, MSME-Technology Development Centre, Ministry Of Micro Small & Medium Enterprises, Agra-282006

  • Continuous Professional Development (CPD) Education Programme in the valuation of Real Estate.
  • Continuous Professional Development (CPD) Education Programme in the valuation of Plant, Machinery & Vehicles.
  • Continuous Professional Development (CPD) Education Programme in Quantity Surveying & Estimation & Costing.
  • Continuous Professional Development (CPD) Education Programme in Computer Aided Design & Drafting (CADD 2D & 3D)
  • The course of Gold Appraisal
  • And other more than 50 different courses.

For conducting different education programs CEV is having Memorandum of Undertaking MOU with various prestigious & renowned institutions like:-

  • PPDC, MSME-Technology Development Centre, Ministry Of Micro Small & Medium Enterprises, Agra.
  • Mehr Chand Polytechnic College, Jalandhar.
  • Baba Farid Group Of Institutions, Bhatinda.
  • DAV Institute of Engineering & Technology, DAVIET, Jalandhar
  • Guru Nanak Dev Polytechnic College, Ludhiana.
  • Technology Education & Research Institutions, Kurukshetra.
  • DAV Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jalandhar 
  • DHC International Gem Lab & institute.
  • Youth Hostel, Burlton Park, Jalandhar.
  • Shining Star Sr Sec School, Harbans Nagar, Jalandhar.
  • Career Motives Institute, Jalandhar.
  • Castor Training Academy, Jalandhar.
  • Opulent Technologies, Chandigarh.

Council of Engineers & Valuers (CEV) also formed its section-8 registered company in the name of CEV INTEGRAL APPRAISERS FOUNDATION Recognized by Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India as Registered Valuers Organization (CEV IAF RVO) recognition No-IBBI/RVO/2018/010, being a recognized Registered Valuers Organisation by the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (IBBI) as per the provision of the Companies (Registered Valuers and Valuation) Rules, 2017, provides a wide platform for the Practicing Registered Valuers in India.

According to Section 247 of the Companies Act, 2013 only the Professionals who have been trained by recognized bodies can carry out Valuation. CEV IAF RVO has launched Valuation courses with approval from IBBI to certify valuation professionals namely50 HRS EDUCATIONAL COURSE UNDER RULE 5(1) READ WITH RULE 12(2)(a) FOR REGISTRATION AS VALUERS IN THE FOLLOWING ASSET CLASSES”:-

  • Land & Building
  • Plant & Machinery
  • Securities & Financial Assets

CEV is taking regular initiatives to take up the various problems faced by Engineers & Valuers with the highest authorities of the country like Prime Minister of India, Ministry Of Human Resource Development, All India Council of Technical Education, Deputy Commissioners, Additional Chief Secretary of the states, Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Ministry of External Affairs, Reserve Bank of India, Various Bank Offices, etc.

CEV is appointed as one of the stakeholders to deliberate the Draft of Professional Engineers Bill by the Ministry of Human Resource Development & Draft Valuers Bill by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs.

THE OBJECTS FOR WHICH THIS ORGANISATION IS ESTABLISHED ARE:     

  1. To carry out educational activities for the welfare of the General Public at large;
  2. To establish, promote & maintain high ethical and professional standards of practice and professional conduct of citizens & General Public at large, and to prevent fraudulent behavior and malfeasance in their conduct and safeguard their rights, interests, and independence of them in all matters affecting the profession;
  3. To promote good professionalism, ethical conduct and competency of citizens & General Public at large for ensuring the quality of valuation work and to develop their profession;
  4. To enroll, educate, train, promote, develop and regulate the activities of social welfare for citizens & General Public at large and to promote continuous professional development;
  5. To redress grievances against citizens, society & General Public at large or against themselves to coordinate with and assist the Authority in the implementation of the various applicable provisions of the law, and to carry out such other functions as may be carried out by its members & General Public at large as may be required by the Authority, from time to time;
  6. The trust shall not carry on any other function other than those specified in the trust deed or which is inconsistent with the discharge of its functions as Board of Trustees;
  7. To construct, alter and maintain any infrastructure considered necessary for the use of citizens, society, professional members and other General Public at large or for any other purpose of the Trust;
  8. To maintain a library or libraries for the use of citizens, society, General Public at large and to publish information about its functions, list of its professional members, the performance of its members, citizens, society & General Public at large and such other information as may be desirable;
  9. To nurture and develop talent in the area of Engineering & Technological Development and to impart training to, and conduct seminars and other professional development programs for citizens, society, public, professional members;
  10. To give membership to the citizens, society, General Public at large or other professionals whether Indian residents or foreigners on depositing prescribed membership fees which will be further used for their professional development & attainment of the objects of the trust;
  11. To establish a specialized institution of profession & work towards general upliftment and betterment of citizens, society & General Public at large & to benefit the whole population, society & General Public at large.
  12. To ensure the protection of rights of citizens & General Public at large, by taking necessary steps into the matters relating to deprivation of rights, denial of rights, and violation of rights and also to call for stringent action against those who are responsible;
  13. To get recognized Indian Citizens, Professionals, Engineers, Appraisers, Valuers & General Public at large globally and professionally at the international level;
  14. To create awareness about roles, duties, and limitations of citizens, society & General Public at large as per notifications and rule of law by the union of India amongst various government and semi-government agencies, courts of India, departments, banks, local bodies, etc.;
  15. To promote for the public benefit high ethical standards in citizens, society & General Public at large, based on principles of truth and accuracy, independence, fairness and impartiality, humanity and accountability by the provision of education and training and the publication of useful research;
  16. To strengthen cooperation between media & professional groups at national, regional, and international levels and to work, as appropriate, with other relevant governmental, intergovernmental, and non-governmental organizations in this regard;
  17. To prepare, print, and publish papers, periodicals, monographs, and books in furtherance of the objects of the Trust;
  18. To hold meetings and organize conferences, exhibitions, study circles, or conventions for the study, research, and development of General Public at large;
  19. To conduct engineering & technology, courses in valuation, real estate, plant & machinery, and other specialized professions. The tenure of courses may vary and/or it can be of similar nature;
  20. To conduct various other skill development programs for the professional upliftment;
  21. To engage such officials, employees or other persons as may be found necessary or useful for the conduct and management of the affairs of the Trust;
  22. To give grants or other contributions to local or other entities in furtherance of the objects of the Trust;
  23. To do, alone or in conjunction with others, the foregoing and all such other lawful things, in any manner whatsoever, consistent with the clauses of trust deed, as may be incidental or conducive to promoting, furthering or protecting the interests, usefulness and efficiency of the Trust and its professional members;
  24. To undertake research projects to measure the impact and scope for improvement of the projects of Trust;
  25. To pay all costs, charges, and expenses of and incidental to the promotion, formation, registration and establishment of the Trust and charges in connection therewith;
  26. Subject to the provisions of applicable clauses or any applicable law, to establish branches all over India wherever feasible;
  27. To receive membership fees, contributions, subsidies, grants, and another mode of receipts of money for the furtherance of the objects of the Trust in conformity with applicable Indian laws;
  28. To engage, employ, train, suspend and dismiss any agents, managers, superintendents, assistants, clerks or other employees, not being members, and to remunerate any such persons at such rate as shall be thought fit and to grant pensions or gratuities to any such person or to their widow or children and generally to provide for the welfare of employees;
  29. To negotiate and enter into agreements and contracts with Indian and Foreign Individuals, Companies, Corporation and such other Public Organization for technical, financial or any other assistance for carrying on all or any of the main objects of the Trust;
  30. To register the Trust under various government schemes/programs/bodies such as Skill India, MSME, and alike/other such schemes/programs/bodies launched/incorporated in future.
  31. To register the trust under Section 12A, 12AA & 80G of the Income Tax Act, 1961 or any other Act of Government for Engineers, Valuers & General public at large as and when required;
  32. To work in the areas of Eradication of hunger, poverty and malnutrition; promoting preventive health care and sanitation and making available safe drinking water;
  33. To work in the areas of Promoting education, including but not restricted to special education and employment, enhancing vocational skills, especially among children, women, elderly, and the differently-abled and livelihood enhancement of the weaker sections of the society;
  34. To work in the areas of promotion of gender equality and empowerment of women including assisting in the formation of Self-Help Groups, making them self-sustainable in all walks of life and all related activities;
  35. To work in the areas of reduction in child mortality and improving maternal health;
  36. To work in the areas of human welfare related to wellness including but not restricted to combating Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), Acquired Immunization Deficiency Syndrome, Malaria and other diseases;
  37. To work in the areas of Slum Development and all other related activities;
  38. To work in the area of making a positive contribution to the conservation of nature, protection of the environment, natural and cultural resources, including wildlife, biodiversity, climate change, ecosystem management, greenhouse gases, waste management, renewable energy, nuclear issue and issues related to overpopulation, and stimulate community and private conservation efforts;
  39. To work for socio-economic transformation in the arid and semi-arid area of the country;
  40. To promote National Integration, Communal Harmony, Universal Brotherhood and Global Peace;
  41. To promote and advocate Human Rights and Fundamental Freedom for all without any discrimination of race, religion, caste, color, sex, and language;
  42. To refer to Arbitration any disputes, present or future, between the Trust and any other Trust, Company, Firm, Association of Persons, individuals or body of Individuals or any other person by an arbitrator in India and/or abroad and either in accordance with the laws in force in India or laws of any other country or the International agreements for enforcement of Arbitral awards;
  43. To undertake any other activities in furtherance of the aforesaid objectives, as the Trustees may deem fit;
  44. That notwithstanding anything hereinbefore and hereinafter contained, the income as well as a corpus of the Trust Fund shall be applicable and applied only to and/or to safeguard and protect the interests of General Public at large or for the objects of the Trust and for such charitable purposes as recognized or defined as charitable under the Income Tax Act, 1961 and/ or other law Governing Taxation of income and as will ensure or make the Trust hereby established under the Income Tax Act, 1961.

THE PURPOSE OF THE PRINCIPAL OBJECTS OF THE ORGANISATION: –

  1. Social:
    1. To establish and run various welfare Centres to promote de-Addiction, welfare of senior citizens, physically and mentally handicapped person and overall human development.
    2. To promote social welfare activities with special emphasis on women empowerment.
    3. To support good governance and anti-corruption initiatives at the country level.
    4. To prevent corruption through research, advocacy, lobbying and awareness campaigns.
    5. To stimulate public awareness about corruption, corruption trends, corruption impact and to enable the civil society to raise their voice against corruption.
    6. To work for the betterment of women, children, senior citizens, and the disabled and to fight against social wrongs like discrimination and harassment based on gender etc. with a vision of social justice.
    7. To help the poor in their social affairs viz arranging group marriages and inter-caste marriages.
    8. To promote the cause of sanitation and construct toilets for the Poor free of cost.
    9. To promote water conservation, educate about recycling of water, spread awareness for ponds and other water reservoirs.
    10. To eliminate child labor, child trafficking, and child abuse and focus on the education and resettlement of these deprived children.
    11. To fight against corruption and make people aware of their legal and consumer rights.
    12. To undertake and Re-construct Road, to plants, Shelters for shelterless, Pure & Safe Drinking Water Facilities, Rural Sanitation, Rural Development and other developmental works.
    13. Microfinance and SHG Group and RMK any other Micro Finance Objective.
  1. Education, Research, and Training:
    1. To promote, establish, run, develop and manage schools, Colleges, Technical Institutions, libraries, coaching centers etc.
    2. To render, advice, give consultation, promote utilization of research and enhance, develop, exchange research programs and establish cooperation between institutions engaged in research in various fields of modern education.
    3. To promote education, especially girl and S.C, S.T, OBC Student education.
    4. To conduct educational, environmental and sociological studies.
    5. To promote the use of Information & Communication Technology (ICT) for the socio-economic development of the community.
    6. To push for legal and judicial reforms, civil service reform, and effective public administration.
    7. To improve accountability and transparency in political, administrative, and social areas.
    8. To advocate a more efficient public financial management and public service delivery.
    9. To construct a consensus for joining hands in corruption control.
    10. To organize training and refresher programmers for the volunteers and officials of different Non-Government Organizations to strengthen the development skills of trainees through IEC (information, education and communication) which they can use in the development sector.
    11. To disseminate information and knowledge, to edit, publish, and print literature and documents and to organize seminars/conferences/ meetings etc.
    12. To manage skill development programs and promote participation of youth (unemployed as well as students) in income generation activities.
    13. To organize lectures, seminars and workshops to help or strengthen the character-building process.
    14. To remove illiteracy and to spread Adult Education for the age group: 15-35 years.
  1. Women Empowerment:
    1. To fight against all types of violence being committed against girl, child and women and to make aware society against such evils like dowry, molestations and the like.
    2. To rain women for self-employment through vocational courses to be conducted free of cost to attach and Gate or made on self-help group upgrade them about loaded for them by NABARD and other such organization.
    3. Empowering women through marketing linkages of their produces/ products for ensuring food and livelihood security and self-sustained economy.
    4. To educate women about family planning and benefits thereof.
    5. To work for uplifting the status of women in the society and to work against female circumcision and fight against the victimization of girl/ women by anybody in the society on female circumcision on any other related issues.
  1. Health:
    1. To promote establish, run, develop and manage hospitals, medical colleges, research institutions, counseling centers, dispensaries etc.
    2. To educate people against taking drugs and alcohol.
    3. To provide help under health and nutrition services for women and children.
    4. To organize blood donation camps, immunization and encourage organ donation.
    5. To provide free medicine in deprived residing in rural areas by arranging medical fair mobile dispensaries giving free medicine.
    6. To create awareness as to fight disease like leprosy, tuberculosis, malaria, jaundice, Cancer, HIV/ AIDS etc.
  1. Environment:
    1. To work for environmental awareness, sustainable development and participative management of local natural resources for village level development.
    2. To unsure environmental sustainability, ecological balance, production of flora and fauna, Agro forestry, conservation of natural resources.
    3. Plantation and Forestation.
    4. To create awareness about disaster management and to help the victims of natural disasters like floods, earthquake, Tsunami, fire, wind storm, cyclone etc.
  1. Agriculture, Horticulture:
  2. Encouraging sustainable agriculture development, Horticulture and Land Development.
  3. To promote organic production and their marketing in the area of agriculture.
  1. Animal Welfare:
  2. To work for animal husbandry, animal medical care, animal right and to implement project on Development on fisheries.
  3. To help the victims of natural disasters be it animals.
  1. Sports:
  2. To organize Sports events and talent search events for the youth.
  3. To promote and provide training for rural sports, National recognized sports and Paralympics sports and Olympic Sports.
  4. Career games as to the development of an education courses.
  1. Other:
  2. To public newspaper, magazine, general and reproduce of arts, literature, science, craft and other allied works/ collections of works of arts for instruction and imparting useful knowledge.
  3. To eliminate Poverty, unemployment and starvation such as rural industries, home industries, small industry, small scale industries and efforts to ensure proper market conditions.

Our commitment to Clean & Green Earth:

Planting trees for the environment is good as they are renewable, biodegradable, and recyclable. If we plant 20 million trees, the earth will get 260 million more tons of oxygen. … During photosynthesis, trees and other plants absorb carbon dioxide and give off oxygen. Trees keep in cheek the air and water pollution.

Trees are like the lungs of the planet. They breathe in carbon dioxide and breathe out oxygen. Additionally, they provide habitat for birds and other wildlife. But that’s not all trees do for us! To see just how much trees are essential to the planet and to humans, let’s look at the following statistics:

  • CO2 is one of the major contributing elements to the greenhouse effect. Trees trap CO2 from the atmosphere and make carbohydrates that are used for plant growth. They give us oxygen in return. According to ColoradoTree.org, about 800 million tons of carbon are stored in the trees that make up the urban forests of the U.S. This translates to a savings of $22 billion in control costs. Mature trees can absorb roughly 48 pounds of CO2 a year. The tree in turn releases enough oxygen to sustain two human beings.
  • Trees also help to reduce ozone levels in urban areas. In New York City, a 10 percent increase in urban canopy translated to a reduction of peak ozone levels by around 4 parts per billion. (Source: Luley, Christopher J.; Nowak, David J. 2004. Help Clear the Smog with Your Urban Forest: What You and Your Urban Forest Can Do About Ozone.)
  • Trees reduce urban runoff and erosion by storing water and breaking the force of rain as it falls. The USDA reports that 100 mature trees can reduce runoff caused by rainfall by up to 100,000 gallons!
  • Trees also absorb sound and reduce noise pollution. This is especially important for people who live near freeways. In some cases, a well-planted group of trees can reduce noise pollution by up to 10 decibels. (Source: New Jersey Forest Service.)
  • Additionally, trees shade asphalt and trees, reducing what is known as the “Heat Island” effect

CELEBRATING THE GREEN MONSOON EVERY YEAR

WE REQUEST ALL MEMBERS TO PLANT AT LEAST TWO TREES EVERY MONTH AND SEND US THE PHOTOGRAPHS. WE WILL PUBLISH THESE PHOTOGRAPHS ALONG WITH YOUR INTRODUCTION & BUSINESS BANNER FREE OF COST AS A GESTURE OF THANKFULNESS FOR CONTRIBUTING IN THIS NOBLE CAUSE.

LET ENGINEERS REALISE THEIR RESPONSIBILITY TOWARDS THE ENVIRONMENT & MOTHER NATURE

Trees provide us with many benefits necessary for survival, including clean air, filtered water, shade, and food. They also give us hope and insight, and the courage to persevere – even in the harshest conditions. Trees teach us to stay rooted while soaring to great heights. 

Planting trees for the environment is good as they are renewable, biodegradable, and recyclable. If we plant 20 million trees, the earth will get 260 million more tons of oxygen. … During photosynthesis, trees and other plants absorb carbon dioxide and give off oxygen. Trees keep in cheek the air and water pollution.

All CEV members are requested to motivate the residents of its housing colonies to plant & protect a maximum number of trees in & around the colonies.

The rural residents’ members of CEV INDIA motivate village Panchayats to plant and protect tree saplings in and around the villages to improve the environmental ambiance.

CEV Gareeb Parivar Ration Yojna

Food is a basic necessity and should be provided to all regardless of their financial status. Our NGO has provided free-of-cost ration kits and meals to a number of people including construction workers during the pandemic, but many are still waiting. Help poor people and families of construction workers by donating towards the well-being of the poor – together we can ensure no one sleeps on an empty stomach.

Donating money to charity is surely a noble way to help and build a compassionate society, and to give the poor and needy the aid and support they need.

BENEFITS TO MEMBERS

All our members can access careers advice, the latest engineering news, networking and development opportunities as well as receive discounts on training, events and exclusive member offers. By joining India’s leading RVO you will be part of a professional community of over 1000 members (increasing every day) in all the states sharing a common vision of ‘WORKING TO ENGINEER A BETTER WORLD’.

Our mission is to inspire, inform and influence by providing a rich portfolio of products and services designed to meet the need of our members at every life: career stage. We hope that you will embrace the CEV IAF as your own professional home for life and recognize that this is where you belong.

Stay Connected:-

Platform to network and liaison with member constituents, institutions, Central and State Government Officials, Banks, Financial Institutions, etc. that will help you expand your profession as also enable a conducive learning environment for sharing problems and finding prospective solutions.

Environment of  Dignity & Respect:-

CEV provides a professional friendly atmosphere to all its members with the enjoyment of Dignity & respectful professional ethics.

Your Issues, Our Concerns:-

Clarifications on major policy issues and redressed of problems of members both at the Central and State Government level & with different Financial institutions.

Share Experiences and Learn to Manage:-

Provide an opportunity to participate in Seminars, Conferences, Meetings, Symposia, Roundtable Discussions and Training Programs.

Enlightenment on Topical Issues:-

Renders expert advice to its members on issues relating to government rules & regulations, Valuation topics, income tax rules, international valuation standards, energy conservation, technical advisory services etc.

Developing Global Network:-

Provides an impetus to develop international professional business through exchange programs, Organizes meetings with foreign delegations, international agencies, Diplomatic Missions, and various foreign Chambers of Commerce. Takes business delegations to different countries to explore possibilities for enhancing bilateral professional trade and joint ventures. Disseminates commercial and economic information including trade inquiries/ tenders received from abroad.

One Stop Certification:-

Certification of profession-related documents including Certificate of Ordinary Membership etc., for Valuers for professional dignity & distinguished identity.

Reach Out:-

Design and execute a cost-effective professional to professional relationship plan through the Council’s various sponsorship opportunities. Platform to reach across the board through advertising in our Quarterly News Paper named CEV Techno News.

Subscription to CEV Techno News (Our Own Fearless & Unbiased Newspaper):-

This newspaper will print the news exclusively related on the topic of Engineering and Valuers only. The copies of this newspaper will be sent to all the Head/Zonal/Regional offices of Banks/Engineering & Technical  Departments of Central / State Government,  Local bodies/ Municipal Corporations/ Development Authorities of Central/ State Government, All Engineering and Polytechnic colleges, All Ministries,  IT Department,  DRTs, IBBI, etc. We have got all necessary sanctions from the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India and completed all the formalities and its first inaugural copy is already published in the month of July 2018.

We call upon all professionals to become members of this organization and avail the benefits available.

 

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