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Topic Title: Importance of C Engineering for Indian Engineers
Topic Summary: Value of C Eng
Created On: 30 January 2014 10:54 AM
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 30 January 2014 10:54 AM
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anupmahajan

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Hi
I am new member of IET and designated as MIET and working for EPC sector for 9 years. Whenever, I apply for any job outside India people are asking me work permit. I am preparing for my C Eng application for enhancing my Skills.

Can I get better opportunities outside India by achieving this high class certification.

Please guide me.

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Anup MAhajan
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 06 February 2014 03:27 PM
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faramog

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The short answer is it depends on the sponsoring company and how they view it. It certainly won't harm you and would make you stand out in some industries (thinking of rail, power generation etc) where CEng is recognised more.

Go ahead and put an application together in draft and get a PRA to look it over and give you an opinion of where you are.

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Eur Ing Graham Prebble CEng MIEE
 15 February 2014 08:08 AM
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SAVIO

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Qualification of CEng is sure welcoming in UK and overseas when you are seeking for job opportunities.

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