Tamilnadu Engineers Forum (TEF) organized 5th Technical Seminar on 15th April 2019

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

TEF, the one & only ISO 9001: 2015 certified non-profitable organization registered with Indian Embassy - Kuwait organized the 5th Technical Seminar of the year on 15th April 2019 @ Mughal Mahal, Fahaheel, Kuwait.

Program Started @ 6.20 PM with Tamil Thai Vazhthu , followed with Safety moment and sharing of Kural (Sacred Verses) from the sacred Book of Tamils “Thirukkural”
TEF-2019 Joint Sec Mr. Gem Prasanna welcomed the TEFians & Guests Speakers to the 5th Technical seminar of the year 2019. Also, explained about the importance of Continuous Professional Development in individual’s career and TEF’s commitment to add value to TEF members. He also shared the details of the forthcoming flagship events of TEF; 10th conference, 3rd Engineering Excellence Awards, 1st Operational Excellence Awards, which are scheduled on 7th November 2019 @ Radisson Blu, Kuwait.
During the 5th Technical seminar, two sessions were conducted from 6.30 PM to 9.00 PM; One session focused on Technology and the other session focused on Safety.
Engr. Dhayalan introduced the 1st speaker, Mr. Adwait Khasnis, Lead (Operations) M/s Hydropneumatics Pvt Ltd, Goa, India. In the 1st session, Mr. Adwait shared his experience on the topic “Differential Pressure Flow Elements – A Review”. He shared the different types & advancement made in the differential pressure flow elements.

The session was interesting to the audience and the Q&A session was highly interactive.

As a token of appreciation, mementoes were given to the speaker Mr. Adwait Khasnis, Lead (Operations) M/s Hydropneumatics and their local partner M/s Cooper’s Group General Trading & contracting Company.

Engr. Vadivelan introduced the speaker of the second session Mr. Bala Siva Srikanth Adivi, TPL Specialist-I, HSE Team (S&EK), Kuwait Oil Company . Mr. Bala conducted a lively session on the topic “Insight into Process Safety & Personal Safety”. The session was highly interactive and useful to all the participants.
As a token of appreciation, the speaker was felicitated with Mementos.

Anchoring was done by Engr. Raja Rathinam & Engr. Arun Golden and the program came to an end with a Delicious Dinner.

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Sunday, April 21, 2019
Jacqueline.. This group is for Tamil Engineers from Tamilnadu Engineering Colleges working in Kuwait .. You can see more details at www.tefkuwait.com and contact the concerned team member for new membership ..

Sunday, April 21, 2019
Hi, nice to know about this group. What is the procedure to become a member and activities involved?...would like to know more ...kindly contact through email. Thanks

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