How We Started IET
The Institution has a membership of over 4,200 with 11 classes of membership.
Amend the Constitution
As from 1999 amendments to the constitution led to a new Council being elected after every two years.
Up to 1998, tenure of office was on a yearly basis
Inauguration of First Council
A General Meeting was held and the first Council members and office bearers were elected
The Institution of Engineers Tanzania (IET) which is a non-profit making, voluntary organization was registered in 1975 under the Societies Ordnance (1954).
IET’s mission is to uphold Excellence in Engineering profession Tanzania
IET aims at being a leading professional body that sustains the development and integration of science, technology, public policy, and management of resources for the betterment of mankind and its environment
- Working with the Government and other stakeholders to promote policies that stimulate the development and excellence in the engineering industry.
- Contributing to excellence in building through the promotion of world-class ethical standards and educational programs;
- Compiling focused research and analysis to inform investment decisions, policy analysis, and public education;
- Providing a forum where professional and non-professional engineers can share expertise and build a professional society.