ISHRAE Honours Prof. Hemant Chavan for Exceptional Contributions
Prof. Hemant Vasant Chavan, Assistant professor in Mechanical Engg Department, received appreciation for exceptional contribution as a ISHRAE Faculty Advisor from ISHRAE Thane Chapter for the year 2017-18.
The Indian Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ISHRAE) was established to promote the HVAC industry in India. ISHRAE is an associate of ASHRAE which was started at Delhi in 1981 and a chapter was established in Bangalore in 1989. Between 1989 & 1993, ISHRAE Chapters were formed in all major cities in India and Middle East. The HVAC & R industry continues to be a big contributor in the growth of our economy as well as a beneficiary from the hectic speed of development. Environment consciousness & energy efficiency continue to be the most important to this industry.
The purpose of an ISHRAE student chapter is to get more students interested, concerned, and involved in pursuing a career in the field of heating, ventilating, air conditioning and refrigeration. ISHRAE student chapter activities are administered by students as elected officers which provide students with an experience that simulates running a business or an organization.
The regional award recognizes advisors who demonstrated substantial contributions to the student chapters by supporting student activities through excellence as a teacher, advisor, and mentor. One award is presented per region.
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