of EMC Engineers (INDIA)
Society of EMC Engineers (India), SEMCE(I) in short, was founded
and registered, registration no.365/87-88 in 1987 at Bangalore.
The principal objectives of the SEMCE(I) are:
promote the advancement in the study of Electromagnetic Interference
(EMI), Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) and allied technologies.
enhance awareness regarding the menace of EMI and the need for
EMC in electronic systems among scientists and practicing engineers.
promote professional interaction amongst the members.
effects of Electromagnetic Radiation.
The above objectives of SEMCE(I) are achieved by
conferences, seminars, courses and workshops by various chapters
a journal titled "Electromagnetic Compatibility Journal",
About the Organisation
Society of EMC Engineers (India), SEMCE(I), was founded as a Professional
Organisation to provide for a platform and meeting point for the
professionals working in the field of Electromagnetic Interference
and Compatibility in India.
main body of SEMCE(I) is located at Bangalore in the State of
patrons of the organisation are Dr. R.P. Shenoy, Bangalore and
Mr. V.P. Sandlas, New Delhi.
Founder Chairman of SEMCE(I) is Late Brigadier (Dr.) G. K. Deb
who was currently the Director of ER & DC at Calcutta.
Management Committee of SEMCE(I) comprises of a Chairman, Vice-Chairmen,
a Secretary, Joint Secretaries, a Treasurer and Members.
publishes a Technical Journal, titled Electromagnetic Compatibility
Journal, biannually for distribution among members. The Journal
is managed by an Editor and an Associate Editor.
has Regional Chapters at New Delhi, Calcutta, Chennai, Hyderabad,
Pune and Visakhapatnam at present.
The present Chairman is Dr. DC Pande.
The Society of EMC
Engineers (India), popularly known as SEMCE(I), established in
Bangalore in 1987, is celebrating its eventful 25 years of
professional services in the field of Electromagnetic Compatibility
in the year 2012. This silver jubilee is a celebrative milestone in
the journey of our vision and is a time for us to look back and thank
every person who has contributed to the growth of our society.