IAORACE Organizes a Seminar on Modern Day Challenges in Engineering on 27th March 2020

20 Dec 2019

Every year, International Association of Registered and Certified Engineer takes an immense pride in organizing a seminar that addresses modern day challenges in the field of engineering. This year the seminar will be held on 27th March 2020 and it will be a great opportunity to get to know what's happening now in the industry. It is unquestionably true that the modern-day field of engineering has become much more dynamic. Frequent developments and discoveries have completely revolutionized the traditional concepts and practices in engineering.

According to most of the industry critics, it has now become more challenging. Most of the engineering professionals now believe in continuous improvements and they have been constantly upgrading their skills and expertise according to the changing industry dynamics.

The primary objective for organizing the seminar on “Modern Day Challenges in Engineering” is to shed light upon the latest challenges that have been faced by most of the engineering experts around the world. In addition to that, you will be able to discover industry driven knowledge, extensive range of problem solving and technical skills, and your role as a professional engineer.

It will be a great opportunity for all those who have just stepped into the field of engineering and willing to give a head start to their professional career. On the other hand, experienced professionals can also take advantage of this event by getting to know what’s happening around the world of modern day engineering.

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