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Case Studies - Urban Planning

Assignment: Infrastructure development of two cities, Jodhpur and Bikaner in Rajasthan and commissioned by the Government of Rajasthan under Rajasthan Urban Infrastructure Development Plan

The assignment received the Infrastructure Excellence Award in the category of Best Design Project.

Scope :Road sector: Traffic studies and solutions for single lane, two lane and four lane carriageway; bituminous and concrete roads and construction of bridges over railway crossing were proposed.

The drainage sector: The plan for construction of 52 km length of drains and re-sectioning / strengthening of existing drains, providing solutions for flood prone areas of Jodhpur and Bikaner proposed.

Solid Waste Management: Centralised solutions for collection of waste using modern equipment and disposal through landfills was proposed.

Slum Improvement: Area development works like roads, sewerage, drains and water supply facilities in slum areas of Jodhpur and Bikaner.

Water & Sewerage Sector: water treatment plant, two packages for transmission network, distribution network strengthening and NRW management, water distribution stations, construction of new pumping station, refurbishment of existing pumping machineries, raw water earthen impounding reservoir, technology solutions for distribution of water, ELSRs/GLSRs ,sewerage collection network and out fall sewer, one 20 MLD sewage treatment plant, technology solutions for sewage management was proposed.

Fire-fighting Systems: Fire station buildings consisting of four garages in each fire station along with Drill Tower for training was proposed. Fire service equipment for six cities was tendered. TCE's solutions helped put safety systems in place in the towns.

GIS and Mapping: A database covering details of existing water supply, sewerage pipelines and proposed utilities under different contracts is prepared for Jodhpur and Bikaner.

Heritage: The proposal included environmental improvement of water bodies and conservation/restoration of old heritage sites.

Emergency Health Services: Construction of advanced medical facilities and improvement/extension of satellite hospitals and dispensaries in Jodhpur and Bikaner were proposed.

The Challenge: The project had components from different disciplines and necessitated the deployment of experts from various fields. Working with three associate consultants and applying its singular expertise in individual sectors in one large area, called for a lot of coordination and precision in planning.

Value Additions: People living in the area round Khatarnak Puliya and Raikabagh in Jodhpur were relieved from the water logging menace thanks to the drainage solutions provided by TCE.

112 Kacchhi bastis of Jodhpur and Bikaner were benefited by the slum improvement solutions. 20,000 households in Bikaner came under the property connections network and 33000 households in Jodhpur came under the sewerage collection network bringing a source of revenue for the Bikaner and Jodhpur townships

The proposed water system was planned keeping in mind climate change concerns and a focus on reducing the carbon foot print. Total cost of energy for existing system was Rs 2.12 per Kl. After re-organisation of water system, the energy cost for the combined system has become Rs 1.41/Kl. This has resulted in total energy cost saving of Rs 222 lakhs per annum.

The rehabilitation of slums, makeover of an abandoned lake, increase in revenue by bringing consumers in the fold of the water and sewer disposal network, flood and water logging solutions, etc benefitted nearly 1,90,000 people

 

Case Study: ITER - India

ITER is an international fusion reactor which is being constructed under the collaborative efforts of seven participating countries namely European Union, United States of America, Russia, Japan, Korea, China and India. The main objective of ITER is to demonstrate the scientific and technical feasibility of a controlled fusion reaction by producing about 500MWth of fusion power by Deuterium - Tritium Plasma at Cadarache, France.

The Indian scope of the project is being accomplished through ITER India, Institute for Plasma Research (IPR), an autonomous institute under Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), Government of India. ITER-India has entrusted TCE the responsibility for detailed engineering of the project for Component Cooling Water System (CCWS), Chilled Water System (CHWS) and Heat Rejection System (HRS).

A team from Tata Consulting Engineers is currently working on these assignments. For the systems engineered by Tata Consulting Engineers, the scope of work ranges from design basis report and system optimization to tender specifications. It also includes Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Inspectability analysis (RAMI) and Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality analysis (FMECA).

 

Power System Control Revised Case Study

Interruption of power supply and its impact can have serious repurcussions on the production cycle, facilities, equipment performance and human productivity. Power outage management is a critical area were technology solutions are required to mitigate the impact of power outages. There are a number of measures available to minimize the possibility of occurrence of black outs, or, mitigate its adverse effects on important class of consumers.

Electric power system comprises components and systems like Generators, transformers, transmission lines and distribution networks, each of which is liable to be affected by insulation failure, due to over voltage or over load. They may also fail under normal service conditions owing to aging or poor quality of material or of manufacturing process. The conductors comprising the transmission and distribution network are also exposed to the elements like lightning, rain, wind, snow etc. which can cause short circuit faults or otherwise damage supporting structures. Insulation failure due to any of these causes lead to trip outs and other disturbances which at times be severe enough to culminate in wide spread power outages or black outs.

 

Bengal Aerotropolis Project Limited (BAPL), Burdwan district of West Bengal

Project features:

Simultaneous development of Underground Coal Mines and Aerotropolis

The Project area hosts a number of regionally persistent coal seams having substantial reserves and also rich in Coal Bed Methane (CBM).

Tata Consulting Engineers conducted various technological investigations to assess the possibilities for simultaneous development of BAPL Project, underground mining of coal and plan of exploitation of CBM. Tata Consulting Engineers carried out the studies in the following three stages:

Impact assessment

Preparing a mining plan and Detailed Project Report for Underground mining with zero subsidence at surface

Approach to exploit CBM potential within the BAPL project area from outside the BAPL area.

On the basis of TCE investigations, the BAPL Project was given 'green signal' by the West Bengal State Government in consultation with Ministry of Coal (MoC) and Ministry of Aviaion (MoA).

 

Towards cleaner sponge iron manufacturing
in West Bengal - World Bank funded Sector Study of Sponge Iron Industry

A World Bank funded initiative, the West Bengal Pollution Control Board appointed Tata Consulting Engineers a sector study of sponge iron (SI) industry in West Bengal in 2012-13.

The Challenge

The principal alternative route in iron making is Direct Reduction of Iron (DRI) by use of coal. The sponge iron sector is characterized by operators ranging from small scale capacity of maximum 50 or 100 tpd units to large scale enterprises of about 500 TPD. The process is dependent on sized iron ore and non-coking coal of 25% ash content.

Due to the scarcity of such non-coking coal with 25% ash content the industry depends on high ash coal which results in inferior product quality as well as poor environmental compliance.

Assignment Scope

Tata Consulting Engineers was entrusted with the assessment of Environmental pollution impact of sponge iron units in West Bengal vis-à-vis the rest of India and suggest clean technology options.

This includes scope for use of clean coal bed methane (CBM), which is available in Eastern coal fields and use in direct reduction substituting coal partially in 60 sponge iron (SI) units across West Bengal. This would ultimately lead to a path for future technology transformation to gas based reduction with CBM. About 10 (ten) SI units has been visited for monitoring the emissions and assessing the status of environmental management and overall nearly sixty (60) Units surveyed in five (5) districts of West Bengal.

The Study Report aims at facilitating capacity build up of Environmental Compliance Assistance Centre (ECAC), an independent Centre presently under WBPCB in achieving environmental compliance and directing the policy decision makers and industry stakeholders for a re-positioning of this industry sector throughout India in the years ahead.

Value Additions

Tata Consulting Engineers carried out the studies from the environmental, commercial and technological angle and put forth recommended solution such as Tunnel Kiln technology, coal quality management, etc. The assessment report and recommendations are expected to benefit the state of West Bengal and the sponge iron industry sector here.

 

Turnkey execution of India's largest blast
furnace for steel plant in Rourkela

Scope:

Rendered civil and structural works comprising furnace foundation, 4-poster structure, equipment foundation, roads, railway tracks, drawing and sewerage. Utilities and auxiliaries comprised off furnace cooling system, compressed air, nitrogen, steam, oxygen for blast furnace proper, gas cleaning plant, cast house, bell-less top charging system, stove valve cooling, air-conditioning and ventilation systems.

Value Additions:

The plant construction and commissioning was been done in a record time and in line with international stand.

Innovative engineering solutions:

Design and engineering of 4-poster structure thereby eliminating the need for pouring concrete into the hollow structures Engineered sequence of installation of the down comer connecting blast furnace and gas cleaning plant

Blast furnace foundation was designed, critically examined and approvals for construction procured to suit site conditions such that no re-engineering was called for.

Design/Engineering of systems and sub-systems were critically examined to enable problem-free construction.

Design inputs from various agencies were compiled and integrated in design for construction in record time. State-of-the-art safety solutions were provided in design, basic engineering inputs, operational maintenance, extensive fire fighting systems, fire detection systems were incorporated and gratings were provided to ensure accident-free operations.

The innovations, safety measures and timely delivery provided cost efficiencies to the client

 

Case Study: Asia's largest decorative paint
facility with capacity of 300,000 kl per annum of paint

Scope

Tata Consulting Engineers was entrusted with basic and detail engineering, procurement services, inspection and expediting and construction supervision services for the decorative paint plant.

Value added

'Pigging' technology solution helped reduce the complexity of the plant, simplified the piping lines and made it easier for plant automation. This involved the pigging for transfer of liquid raw materials and products. This technology helps transfer various chemicals through a dedicated pipe and is also useful in cleaning the pipelines. This helped to reduce the number of transfer lines thereby reducing the complexity of the plant around the equipment. By simplifying the piping requirements, it is possible to make the plant fully automatic. An automatic equipment cleaning system (automatic CIP) system was also part of the engineering plan.

The design engineering and planning was done on a fully-integrated 3D engineering platform with a client review interface. This helped in infusing predictability to the project. PDMS modelling of entire plant including civil, underground facilities, mechanical, equipment, piping, electrical and instrumentation also ensured greater accuracy and quality in the design.

Plant designed on zero discharge concept

Waste management solutions reduced fresh water intake. The 100% tertiary treatment and recycle of sewage reduced fresh water intake by about 40% ..

Around 30% of total plot area has been ear-marked as green-belt zone

 

Technology & cultural integration – Construction management for Brownfield coke oven and by-product

The construction management of this huge plant with 88 oven chambers meant - Bringing together 11 domestic and international partners,

Interpreting Chinese technology and implementing in Indian conditions, Multiple Indian contractors to be oriented into stringent safety standards & all this managed with no downtime of existing plant.

Technological feats

Dismantling top structural arrangements and brick lining five layers of top coming from a height of 145 meters for a chimney from the outer-side

Erection of coal conveyor gallery between two coal towers at a height of 54 metres.

Construction of junction house and coal conveyor gallery with 12 metres depth alongside existing coal conveyor

Installation of large numbers of stainless steel burner pipes, cleaning nozzle pipes in each block of battery within very close tolerance for their locations.

Construction and retrofitting of new cooling tower in by-product area and dismantling of existing cooling tower for clearing front for scrubbers and compressor house.

Construction of cooling tower basin on the roof of process chiller plant

Construction of 68 metres high quenching tower wall along with refractory work and installation of de-dusting nozzles at 58 and 43 metres inside the quenching tower

 

International safety standards,commissioning
in record time and retrofitting with no downtime

There were several other challenges especially on account of retrofitting a large facility upgrade with no downtime. These challenges were addressed with innovative solutions which have now become benchmark practices for such a facility erection. The Construction Service unit helped to commission the plant in record time and in concurrence with international safety standards.

 

Skill Building Programs

IT-enabled drafting for ITI Students

Objective:

Employability for students in the ITI courses

Program execution:

Independent program conducted by TCE employees

Computer aided design (CAD) and mechanical drafting are entry level skills that are core to our design engineering services. Several technical institutes in India have the draftsman trade in their curriculum. These courses are taken up by youngsters who cannot afford regular skill building programs. However these trades do not involve computer and IT applications. This skill gap which makes the youngsters enrolled in the government-supported ITI programs more employable is met with our unique Draftsman Design Application course as a CSR & Affirmative Action initiative.

TCEndeavour's Affirmative Action program to provide education and employability is designed to impart practical knowledge in TCE's core expertise. This program will help increase employability of SC/ST students with requisite qualifications. The plan is to provide training in IT drafting applications for 2nd year SC/ST students in the ITI draftsman trade. The program comprises three levels of training – Basic, Advanced & Specialist with a certification at the end of each level.

The pilot program is presently running in Bangalore and Chennai as a series of weekend courses. The TCEndeavour Champs

Volunteered to serve as Trainers. The students found the program extremely relevant as the training filled a skill gap in their regular ITI program. The students in Bangalore requested a fast-track course and completed the basic program in time for their ITI campus job interview schedules. The basic course covers the basics in AUTOCAD drafting application. This will provide students an edge over others in the campus recruitments.

The advanced course entails detailed application orientation that will help students qualify for apprenticeships in the industry. The specialist programs will involve training in piping, electrical and aspects of detailed design engineering. Students will be provided a certificate once they complete and qualify at each phase of the program. The basic course for the students in the pilot program is complete and some students found placements in the industry. The program will be extended to other locations in a phased manner.

 

Pollution Management Solutions

Scope:

Tata Consulting Engineers was appointed consultants to a steel-making giant for pollution control and emissions management

Objective :

To meet and exceed stringent environmental norms recommended to manage the overall ambient air quality.

Value Added:

Tata Consulting Engineers helped commission a CEMS (Continuous Emission Management System) which has ensured greater transparency and commitment by the client.

Tata Consulting Engineers' technology solutions helped in selecting the appropriate air pollution control equipments to reduce the stack emissions. The design also takes care of workplace air quality to maintain OSHAS norms. The project was carried out in a Brownfield site with operational challenges of shutdown requirement, space crunch and safety requirements.

Tata Consulting Engineers has recommended solutions for continuous improvement and the system is among the largest in the country.

 

Resource conservation in the infrastructure planning of an Aerotropolis township

Scope:

Design and project management of integrated infrastructure for the township of 1,700 acres covering water, sewerage, drainage, solid waste management, fire, disaster management, electrical distribution, telecommunication, safety and security aspects.

Value Added:

The solution proposed included rainwater harvesting and water management designed to retain 22 ponds covering over 11 hectares of area. These ponds are being preserved and over 300 ml of rainwater will be harvested in these ponds. The drainage system has been planned to route the surface water runoff surrounding through these ponds. The annual mass balance for the ponds reveals that at least, minimum water level will be maintained through summer.

Based on zero discharge concept, sewage generated from the township is proposed to be treated by Sequential Batch Reactor ( SBR ) process at the sewage treatment plant. It is proposed to provide tertiary treatment. Post tertiary treatment, the treated sewage water will be used for flushing and irrigation. The prescribed solution will result in 50% reduction of fresh water intake from 38 mld to 18 mld

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    In keeping with Qatar's Vision 2030, Qatar Today (QT) a monthly magazine, has been promoting Green Initiatives. TCE were also invited for a QT Round Table Conference in November 2008. In the past years QT has initiated Green Awards in various categories.

  • Engineering Export Promotion Council AwardOpen or Close

    August 6, 2010 Mr N W Ranadive received the Engineering Export Promotion Council award on behalf of TCE from the Minister of Industries, Employment and Self Employment, Govt. of Maharashtra, Mr Rajendra Darda, at Mumbai on August 6, 2010. TCE was awarded the Star Performer (Medium Enterprise) Award in the product group Engineering Services in recognition for outstanding contribution to Engineering Exports for 2007-08.

  • Low Cost Housing -Today's NeedOpen or Close

    25-27 October2009 Ms Vidya Devi and Ms Rinku Taur, presented their paper titled 'Low Cost Housing' at BITS Pilani, Rajasthan from 25-27 October2009. The paper was published originally in the proceedings of 'International Conference on Advances in Concrete, Structural and Geotechnical Engineering.'

    The paper showed how mass housing targets can be achieved by replacing the conventional methods of planning and executing building operation based on special and individual needs and accepting common denominator based on surveys, population needs and rational use of materials and resources.

  • Safety Challenges in Construction SectorOpen or Close

    11-12 June 2009 Mr. J L Thakkar chaired a session on Managing Safety in Construction Sector at the conference on Safety Challenges in Construction Sector, organized by Bombay Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) on 11-12 June 2009 in Mumbai.

    A paper on Safety in Erection of Large Industrial Projects co-authored by Mr. Pramod Gunthe and Mr. N S Agashe was presented. In the paper, the authors brought out as to how TCE manages construction sites and suggested that the business houses have to look beyond the statute and work with the agencies involved in the project execution as a team, to make the construction sites Accident-Free.

  • Integrated Water Resources ManagementOpen or Close

    March 2009 Two papers were presented by TCE in the one day seminar on Integrated Water Resources Management - Demand Assessment and Management organized by the Bureau of Indian Standards in New Delhi on March 2009.

    Mr. J K Singh presented a paper titled 'Holistic Approach towards Water Management: A Framework for Action'. Mr. Sharvil Shah presented another paper on 'Water Audit-Need of the Hour', which was co-authored by Ms. Sasmita Panda and Ms. Dharti Thakar.

  • Nuclear ExhibitionOpen or Close

    At the exhibition organised by the Indian Nuclear Society, a stall was put up which showcased the capabilities of TCE in civilian nuclear area. On this occasion, Mr. K V Subramanian addressed a distinguished audience.

  • Inauguration of the Qatar Science and Technology Park (QSTP)Open or Close

    16 March 2009 QSTP was officially inaugurated on 16 March 2009 by His Highness Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani and Her Highness Sheikha Mozah bint Nasser Al-Missned.

    TCE is the only Indian company among leading global companies at the QSTP. As one of the partner companies, TCE will be working on cutting edge technological development out of the subsidiary company TCE-QSTP LLC established at QSTP for providing solutions in the field of energy and environment.

  • India-Africa project partnershipOpen or Close

    March 2009 Celebrating partnerships was the theme of the 5th CII-Exim Bank Conclave on India-Africa Project Partnership held in New Delhi on March 2009. As a part of the Tata group, TCE reaffirmed its thrust to explore new opportunities in Africa.

  • South Africa: Trade and Investment Opportunities ConferenceOpen or Close

    February 2009 Mr R Raghavan represented TCE at the South Africa: Trade & Investment Opportunities Conference held in Bangalore in February 2009, organised by the CII. A presentation on TCE capabilities, areas of operations and presence in South Africa was given, followed by a lively interaction with the delegates. Similar interactions also took place in Mumbai and New Delhi.

  • Biology meets Engineering - opportunities and implicationsOpen or Close

    A seminar on the interaction of engineering with biology was held jointly by TCE and Virginia Tech, USA in Mumbai. The concept of 'Biology meeting Engineering' is that many processes and matters in biology present lessons and ways for engineering.

    The participants came away feeling much more informed about the intersection of biology and engineering, the current status of research in USA and the potential developments and applications. Commercial application in the areas TCE is involved in was also explored.

  • Energy EfficiencyOpen or Close

    Mr U Hambarde, chaired a session in a seminar on "Energy Efficiency Capacity Building Strategies", organised by Bombay Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Mr J L Thakker, Ms A Joshi and Mr V V Barve also presented papers at the seminar. Various viable ways to save energy were discussed in the seminar.

  • Seminar on NanotechnologyOpen or Close

    18 October 2008 TCE and Virginia Tech, USA jointly organised a seminar on 'Nanotechnology — Opportunities and Implications' on 18 October 2008 in Mumbai. It was the first in the series of seminars on emerging issues in technology. The inaugural session was well attended by high profile dignitaries from various Tata and non-Tata companies and professors from Virginia Tech.

    The distinguished gathering was addressed by TCE Chairman, Mr Syamal Gupta and CEO & MD, Mr A P Mull. Introduction to the seminar series was given by Virginia Tech Vice President for Outreach & International Affairs, Dr John E Dooley and Professor and Head, Engineering Science & Mechanics, Dr Ishwar K Puri. Counselor for Science, Technology, Environment and Health Affairs at the Embassy of USA at New Delhi, Dr Satish V Kulkarni appraised the gathering on the activities of the India-US High Technology Cooperation Group. The keynote address was delivered by Dr F C Kohli, Advisor to Tata Sons Limited and former Deputy Chairman, Tata Consultancy Services.

    Participants from TCE, other Tata and non-Tata companies and Virginia Tech Alumni will explore possibilities of the commercial applications of Nanotechnology, in the areas their organisations are involved in. TCE and Virginia Tech plan to hold such seminars at regular intervals.

  • ICC awardOpen or Close

    26 September 2008 In recognition of the efforts made by TCE, Indian Chemical Council (ICC) awarded the Certificate of Merit for Excellence in Chemical Plant Design and Engineering for the year 2007. TCE brought out innovation in plant design and engineering for the manufacture of distilled fatty acids.

    The new plant design is environment-friendly and can result in large savings in energy and water. It is also less capital-intensive as compared to existing distillation plants. The award was presented by His Excellency Shri S C Jamir, Governor of Maharashtra at a special function held in Taj President, Mumbai on 26 September 2008.

  • TCE establishes subsidiary in QatarOpen or Close

    TCE has established a company in Qatar, 'TCE QSTP-LLC' at Qatar Science & Technology Park Free Zone, which will be operative by the end of 2008. TCE will carry out major applied research and development related to energy, water, material science, development of new software, modeling activities, selection and scale up of university related research work related to nanotechnology, technical consulting, etc.

    The new plant design is environment-friendly and can result in large savings in energy and water. It is also less capital-intensive as compared to existing distillation plants. The award was presented by His Excellency Shri S C Jamir, Governor of Maharashtra at a special function held in Taj President, Mumbai on 26 September 2008.

  • Celebrating India Africa PartnershipOpen or Close

    August 2008 The 8th Regional Conclave on India Africa Partnership was held at Dar es Salaam, Tanzania in August 2008. TCE has been playing a key role in this partnership.

    The new plant design is environment-friendly and can result in large savings in energy and water. It is also less capital-intensive as compared to existing distillation plants. The award was presented by His Excellency Shri S C Jamir, Governor of Maharashtra at a special function held in Taj President, Mumbai on 26 September 2008.

  • India USP Jaipur - Conference and ExhibitionOpen or Close

    June 21-22, 2008 TCE participated in the two-day (June 21-22, 2008) workshop on 'Comprehensive development planning for cities in Rajasthan: Challenges and opportunities' organised by India Urban Space Foundation in partnership with the Government of Rajasthan at Jaipur. The Chief Minister of Rajasthan, Ms Vasundhara Raje, who visited the TCE stall was appraised of TCE's experience and capabilities.

  • India Infrastructure Facility Open or Close

    May 2008 Mr A P Mull, ED & CEO, delivered a 'Welcome and Perspective' Lecture at the 'India Infrastructure Facility: A CII – US Exim Bank Reception', held in Mumbai, in May 2008. Mr. Mull talked about the growing economic scene of India and pointed that Indian Infrastructure is witnessing an interest from investors including through dedicated infra funds. Mr. James Lambright, Chairman of US Exim Bank was also present.

  • Government of Maharashtra Award Open or Close

    Mr A P Mull, ED & CEO accepted the Service Exporter Award (2006-07 and 2005-06) for TCE from Mr Ashok Chavan, Honourable Minister for Industries and Mines, Cultural Affairs and Protocol, government of Maharastra. Awarded by the government of Maharashtra, the award is in appreciation of the export achievement by TCE.

  • Award for Promising InnovationOpen or Close

    April 18, 2008 At the Tata Innovation Day organised by the TBEM Western Region Forum - Pune Chapter on April 18, 2008, TCE got an award for its case on "Generating Electricity from an old abandoned Dam". The case was presented by Ms Ashwini Kavishwar.

  • TCE was awarded the Hercules Category AwardOpen or Close

    TCE was awarded the Hercules Category Award for its contribution in successful execution of Innovative Concept - India's first Roller Compacted Concrete Dam. The Ghatghar dam is the 10th fastest constructed dam in the world.

  • Jury's award from Architects, Engineers and Surveyors Association Open or Close

    8th March 2008 TCE received the Jury's award from Architects, Engineers and Surveyors Association (AESA) of Pune for Best Managed Project" for Ascent Building engineered by TCE for Siporex India Ltd. from Mr. Kamal Hadkar, an eminent structural engineer on 8th March 2008.

    The award is given for the best coordination in terms of design engineering and construction management services and recognises the excellent processes and documentation of TCE.

  • Pune Expo 2008 Open or Close

    February 28 - March 3, 2008 TCE participated in the Pune Expo 2008, which was held from February 28 - March 3, 2008. The exhibition was organised by Mahratta Chamber of Commerce Industries and Agriculture, Pune.

  • India-Africa Project Partnership Conclave Open or Close

    March 2008 TCE participated in the India-Africa Project Partnership Conclave held in New Delhi on March 2008. Prominent delegates from Africa were present at the conclave.

  • Methane to MarketOpen or Close

    February 2008 TCE and CII organised a workshop on Methane to Market Advancements in Oil and Gas Operations in February 2008 in Navi Mumbai. The objective of the workshop was to promote the Methane to Market (M2M) technology- transfer between India and USA.

  • Tenth Consultancy Congress on Outsourcing: Role of Consultants Open or Close

    January 2008 TCE participated in the Tenth Consultancy Congress on Outsourcing : Role of Consultants organised by Consultancy Development Centre at New Delhi in January 2008.

  • CII - IBSA Summit 2007Open or Close

    Mr A P Mull, ED & CEO led the delegation for CII – IBSA Summit 2007 held in Johannesburg.

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S Padmanabhan takes over from Prasad Menon as Chairman, Tata Consulting Engineers

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Tata Consulting Engineers was presented with the Star Performer Award for export excellence at the 45th EEPC India Award function held in Mumbai on 22 January 2014.

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S Padmanabhan takes over from Prasad Menon as Chairman, Tata Consulting Engineers

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Tata Consulting Engineers. Honoured with "Best Consultant"

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