Dr Mahapatra gets ‘Fellowship Award’ from IICE …

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Dr N.N. Mahapatra, President, Colorant Ltd, Ahmedabad  and a leading Technocrat, International Dyer , Author  and Speaker was awarded by the  Council of the Institute which decided to elect  him as a Fellow of the Institute.

As per convention, the Certificate of Fellowship was presented to him  at the Inaugural Session of Indian Chemical Engineering Congress (CHEMCON)  held at Haldia Institute of Technology, Haldia, West Bangal on December 27, 2017 by Prof P .Dey ,President of Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers .

Dr Mahapatra   is a B.Sc ( Tech ) in Textile Chemistry  from UDCT, (now ICT) Mumbai. He also holds a M.Sc  and Doctorate in Applied Chemistry  from Utkal University, Orissa.

He did his M.B.A from I.M.M, Kolkata.

Figure 1: Dr. N.N. Mahapatra receiving Fellowship Award from Prof P .Dey ,President of Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers.
Figure 1: Dr. N.N. Mahapatra receiving Fellowship Award from Prof P .Dey ,President of Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers.

Dr Mahapatra is having  33 years of experience in textile industries in India and abroad . He has worked in all big  textile houses like Birlas( both Aditya Birla  and K K  Birla group) Reliance,  Raymond ( Kenya ) Churchgate Group ( Nigeria ) , GSL ltd, ( formerly Gujarat Spinners Ltd ), LNJ Bhilwara  ( RSWM )Group and Hindprakash Lonsen Industries, Ahmedabad  in various  senior capacities .

In the year 2007  he was also awarded  C Col FSDC ( U.K ) and C Text  FTI ( Manchester ) . In the year  2008  he was awarded  the  F.T.A  from the Textile Association of India   & F.I.C from the Institution of  Chemists ,Kolkata .  In the year 2009  he was awarded  the  F.I.E  from the Institution of Engineers ( India). He has implemented  many  new technologies which has given  benefits  to the  Textile Industries.

Dr Mahapatra is the first person from Textile Field to get this prestigious  award from  Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers.

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