The India Section of AACE International will be launched on December 1, 2018 at the IIT Delhi Senate Hall by the Honorable Union Minister for Statistics & Program Implementation Mr. D.V. Sadanda Gowda.
AACE's Indian members have been active for almost a decade in smaller regional sections across the country. After two very successful nation-wide conferences in 2016 and 2017 the decision was made to unify the regional sections into a single AACE India Section.
AACE India plans to partner with leading organizations and educational institutions to build a platform for developing professional talent in Cost Engineering and Project Control throughout the asset life cycle, as well as cost management in manufacturing and service sectors.
AACE International sees the launch of AACE India as a milestone in our initiative to catalyse efficiency in mega projects in public and private sectors. We hope to help Indian Infrastructure, Manufacturing, and Service sectors optimize every aspect of their business process. The Association believes these strategic initiatives will enhance business outcomes for all associated organizations through AACE's globally proven systems, practices and methodologies.
Along with leaders from prominent Indian and Multinational organizations, AACEI’s senior leadership were present at the Launch to demonstrate their commitment to the Indian section and its focus on digital engagement at every aspect of nation building.
AACE India will also offer training to the professional community through its globally-accredited certifications developed for Projects, Manufacturing and Service sector management.
AACE India plans to hold its first International conference in July 2019 in New Delhi, with an expected participation of around 500 professional delegates from and outside India.
The AACE India Section Launch will be held on 01 December 2018 at the Indian Institute of Technology in New Delhi India.
For more information on the India Section Launch Event please visit http://www.aaceindia.org/aaceindialaunch-event.html