Tuesday, October 7, 2014

National Welding Seminar Jamshedpur India, 22-24 Jan 2015





SEMINAR VENUE: Shavak Nanavati Technical Institute (SNTI)
                                    ‘N’ Road ,Bistupur, Jamshedpur

Exhibition Venue:
‘G’ Town Maidan , Bistupur, Jamshedpur
NB: The inaugural function will be held at Rabindra Bhavan, pipe line road , Jamshedpur from 2:30 pm on 22nd January 2015

The NWS2014-1015 and Weld India 2014-2015 is being organized jointly by the Indian Institute of Welding, Jamshedpur Branch and Tata Steel Limited.

The Indian Institute of Welding (IIW), a national professional body of welding fraternity, is devoted to the promotion and advancement of welding science and technology in India. The Institute was established on 22nd April 1966 with its head office at Kolkata. It is non-profit organization and has thirteen branches and one centre spread all across the country .IIW has about 5000 welding professionals as members and many well known companies as industrial Corporate Members. Further as a member society of the International Institute of Welding, it is projecting the achievements and the improvements taking place in the Indian Welding Industry to the global community.
It is in the forefront of imparting national and international education, training and certification. It conducts associate membership examinations (recognised by Government of India (GOI) equivalent to Bachelor’s degree), National Welders Training and certification scheme as per IS 7310:IS:817:ISO 9606-1: BSEN 287:ASME  Sec IX, AWS D.1.1 IIW India has also been empanelled by GOI-DGE&T (Director General of Employment & Training, Govt. of India) as an assessing body for all Fabrication Sector courses under its skill development initiatives.
IIW is also the Authorised National Body (ANB) for International Institute of Welding in respect to personal qualification. It trains and conducts examination for the following diploma programs -: International Welding Co-ordination Personal, International Welding Inspection Personal and International Welder. One can visit www.iiwindia.com for details.

THE JAMSHEDPUR BRANCH OF IIW was established in 1983. Since then the branch has provided support to the local industries in the area of welding and cutting through consultancy, various training programs, seminars, lectures etc. the branch is engaged in continuous upgradation and dissemination of the knowledge and skills based on latest developments in the field of welding and cutting. It conducts, each year, a Annual Seminar, Welder Refresher course, skill competition among welders in Jamshedpur, Best young Welding engineer Competition and Welder Training and Qualification as per request.

Tata Steel Ltd is the first integrated iron and steel plant in India. The flagship Company of Tata group is more than 100 years old. It was the result of the dream of LAMSETJINUSSERWANJI TATA who wanted India to be self reliant in steel. Today it has a capacity of approx. 30 million ton of steel per annum (MTPA). A fortune 500 company, it is the world’s second most geographically diversified steel producer, employing over 80,000 people in nearly 50 countries. The Jamshedpur plant is producing 10 million ton per annum. A new plant is getting ready for commissioning at Jaipur Road, Odisha. Besides India, Tata Steel has its operation in South East Asia and Europe.

NATIONAL WELDING SEMINAR 2014-2015(NWS 2014-2015) & Weld India (2014-2015)
This is the most important annual event of The Indian Institute of Welding. It aims to provide a platform for welding professionals from industries, academia and research organizations, to share and enhance the knowledge latest developments in the field of Welding and cutting. 

Inaugural Programme:  On 22nd January,2015 at Rabindra Bhavan from 2:30 p.m.
                                    This will be followed by Cultural fucton and Dinnerat BOCI
                                    Pavillion, Golf ground,  Beldih Club.
Registration              :   8:00 to 9:00 AM on 23rd January 2015 at SNTI.
Technical Sessions     : At Shavak Nanavati Technical Institute, Jamshedpur on 23rd and 24th      
                                               January, 2015. The session will start at 9:00 AM.
            Industrial Exhibition  :    AT ‘G’ Town maidan adjacent to ’G’ Town Club and SNTI from 23rd                                         
                                               January 2015, from 9:30 AM to 7:30 pm.

India being a developing country is poised for a quantum jump in infrastructure. It is estimated that the approximate requirement of weld deposits will reach a figure of 4 million ton per annum by the year 2020. It is important that the industry and professionals deliberate about the advances and key strategic challenges related to materials, products, productivity, quality control, work force skill development, safety and environment. NWS 2014-2015 is an ideal knowledge sharing platform where interactions between welding professionals, from different sectors, and academiciars will deliberate all the issues and develop strategies for future.
During the seminar, the following topics will be deliberated upon:
Arc welding processes including SMAW, GMAW, FCAW, SAW, GTAW
·         Resistance welding processes like spot, seam, friction and flash butt weldings
·         New welding processes : adhesive joining, brazing , friction stir welding magnetic pulse welding and laser welding
·         Surfacing and wear combating technologies
·         Recent developments  in consumables
·         Welding systems and automation : robotics, CNC machines, jigs and fixtures
·         Emerging  cutting processes: water jet, plasma and laser cutting
·         Design and manufacturing of welded components
·         Welding metallurgy and weldability of ferrous and non-ferrous metals
·         Mathematical modeling and welding simulation
·         Evaluation and weld joint strength and life
·         Residual stresses and distoration in welded components
·         Repair welding and residual life estimation
·         Quality assurance, non-destructive evaluation and failure analysis
·         Education, training and welding skill development
·         Productivity, cost and economics
·         Safety, environment and ergonomics during welding and productivity 

 Practicing welding engineers, technocrats, managers, designers, inspection and qualitycontrol engineers, fabrication engineers, researches, academicians and students from nuclear, defence, space, chemical and petrochemical, oil and gas, fabrication, railways, surface transportation, ferrous and non-ferrous manufacturing industries, welding consumables and equipments manufacturing industries, welding consumables and equipments manufacturers. 

For More information contact: 

Mr. Y.P.Gambhir
Jamshedpur Branch
+91 9431113633

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