India is still a developing country and its development largely depends upon the robust industrial infrastructure. In the Indian industry scenario, Engineering is the largest segment. India’s engineering industry accounts for 27 percent of the total factories in the in the industrial sector and represents 63% of the overall foreign collaborations. The Indian engineering industry has emerged as a dynamic sector in the country’s industrial economy & has made the country self reliant in key areas. The Engineering process outsourcing (EPO) market is likely to grow by USD 40 billion by 2020. The total spend likely to grow to USD 150-125 Billion by 2020 & India, with its talent pool & experience in engineering services, is well suited to realize 25% of this opportunity. Among the developing countries, India offers the best combination of low costs, availability and skills & capabilities of manpower for the engineering sector. In terms of availability & skills, India produces over 500 PhDs, 200000 engineers each year, thereby ensuring a steady supply of qualified technical manpower for the sector. These huge numbers of qualified engineers are the key factor in developing the country & we feels proud to be the largest body of engineers in the country with a dedicated service for the development of the nation.