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IET India Scholarship Award 2022

Our India scholarship award is designed for undergraduate engineering students and rewards their creativity, innovation, leadership and excellence. IET India Scholarship Awards is now in its 6th edition and is a prestige award that recognises and nurtures future engineering leaders of India.

This year, the awards are open to 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th year undergraduate engineering students. Students from all AICTE approved undergraduate engineering programmes can apply to win our scholarships this year. More than 36,000 engineering students have applied to the IET India Scholarship Award over the last 5 editions and we hope to see wonderful response from the young engineering talent across India this year as well.

About the IET

The Institution of Engineering and Technology (The IET) is one of the world’s largest professional societies for engineers, headquartered in the UK. Turning 150 this year, the IET works closely with industry, academia and government in its mission to engineer a better world. In line with this, the IET also has specific global initiatives around key sectors that are relevant to solving problems that impact the society at large. In India, the IET has wide ranging activities in alignment with the overall global IET strategy that also includes sector focus in areas such as Future technologies. Future of Mobility and Transport, as well as the Future of Work, Shri Ratan Tata, Former Chairman Tata Sons, N R Narayana Murthy, Chairman Emeritus, Infosys and T V Ramachandran, President, Broadband India Forum (Ex-Resident Director, Vodafone) are Honorary Fellows of the IET.

With our members, we are driving innovation and change in the fields of engineering and technology. We research, investigate, review and analyse the industry’s challenges, proposing solutions that will have a significant impact on the world for years to come.

To know more about the IET and its activities in India, please visit our India website