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The Indian Institute of Welding (IIW) Established in 1966 at Kolkata aims to foster the development of Welding Science, Technology & Engineering in India. The IIW-India is a not for profit organisation registered u/s 25 of the Company’s Act 1956. IIW is a knowledge partner of the 30 Thousand Crore Indian Welding Industry. IIW India regularly conducts courses, seminars and workshops imparting basic and advanced welding skills in all its 13 branches spread across the country. IIW India also ensures that Indian audiences get to see global advancements in welding at home by organising the Weld India Exhibition every two years and hosting the International Conference / Congress on its side-lines. IIW India is currently an active participant in Skill India - initiative of the Union Government.
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5th International Welding Congress & Weld India 2020 Held in Navi Mumbai Concludes with a High Note

The IIW-India’s Mumbai Chapter organized 5th International Welding Congress & 13th Weld India Exhibition of the country in association with the International Institute of Welding held during 6th February to 9th February 2020 in Navi Mumbai received a highly encouraging response in... (more)
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International Welding Congress & Weld India 2020 to be held from 6th to 9th February 2020 at CIDCO Exhibition Centre, Navi Mumbai

The Indian Institute of Welding (IIW) - India’s Mumbai Chapter is hosting 5th International Welding Congress & 13th Weld India Exhibition of the country in association with the International Institute of Welding from 6 February to 9 February 2020 in Navi Mumbai on the Theme: Advan... (more)
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Shortage of 12 Lakh Skilled Welding Professionals May Derail India's Infrastructure Growth Story

A number of infra-project contractors are using welding and cutting operators from China, Russia & East European Countries as India faces a shortage of skilled welding manpower. All projects in Infrastructure, Roads, Railways and Bridges, Power & Shipping are highly reliant on the r... (more)
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