A Member of the Society is expected to be current and committed in the payment of his dues and levies as may be imposed by Council. All subscriptions are due on the 1st day of July each year.buy adipex online
A Member whose subscription is in arrears for one year shall lose his membership of or affiliation to the Society.
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A Fellow of the Society is recognised for valuable and selfless service to the Society and widely acknowledged authority in his field.
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Person must have undergone a regular course of study in Engineering Science of a duration not less than three years in a University or Technical Institution whose curriculum is approved by the Council, and completed such a course successfully, or satisfied the requirements of other Engineering Societies approved by the Council in respect of Engineering Education.
Person is as at the time of admission engaged in the profession of engineering.
Person must possess an academic qualification at the level of a University degree in the Sciences allied to engineering science, or other qualifications approved by the Council of the Society.
Person must have been engaged on work related to the practice of engineering for a minimum period of five years.
Person must be undergoing a regular course of study in Engineering Science of duration not less than three years in a University or Technical Institution whose curriculum is approved by the Council in respect of Engineering Education.