U.S. National Engineering Body Elects Indian-American

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New York: The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) has elected an Indian-American as its zonal Secretary/treasurer.

Sockalingam Sam Kannappan, Chairman of Enforcement Committee of Texas PE Board, was elected Secretary and Treasurer of Southern Zone (SZ). South Zone has 18 boards under its control.

NCEES is the American National Professional Engineers (PE) Board coordinating 50 national PE Boards, Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands. Engineering organisations from Canada, Mexico, Japan and other countries work with NCEES.

NCEES conducts examination for fundamental (FE) and Professional Examination (PE) through four zones.

Kannappan is a registered Professional Engineer in Texas with 25 years of experience in design, analysis, and software development for the petrochemical, refinery, and pipeline industries. He graduated with Masters Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.

Kannappan is a native of Nattarasankottai in Sivaganga district of Tamil Nadu.

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Source: PTI
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