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Reinforced Soil and Geosynthetic Engineering on 16 December 2012
Indian Geotechnical Society, New Delhi (IGS) has opened its 35th Chapter in Ludhiana with an aim to address the local problems faced by the people of Punjab in general and civil engineering community in particular. It will provide a platform to the engineers, scientists, industrialists and others who are actively associated with the geotechnical works to come together to interact, collect, synthesize and collate valuable information on geotechnical engineering aspect of Civil Engineering for betterment of the community. The chapter was inaugurated by the President of the IGS, Professor K S Rao in the campus of Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College. The inaugural function was followed by a seminar and panel discussion. Members of IGS community, engineers from Govt Departments, private consultants, members of Institution of Engineers from the state of Punjab, Chandigarh attended the function and participated in the panel discussion.
On Friday, July 06,2012, Ludhiana Chapter of Indian Geotechnical society will be inaugurated at Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College.