Enriching Lives through NDE
|Student member shall be a person enrolled by the Council
|Any Indian person, enrolled by the council on application, from any engineering or non engineering field who wish to be associated with ISNT. He may or may not have NDT qualification or he may or may not be directly involved in NDT. Such person should be at least 21 years of age. There will be no upper age limit for this membership. This membership is strictly an annual membership. Associate member shall be entitling to voting and other rights and privileges of the society except to the right hold the elective post.
|Member/Life Member shall be a person enrolled by the council, on application and shall be an individual who is a scientist, an engineer, a teacher, an executive or writer in technical or executive field involving Non-Destructive Testing who is
|Corporate Member/Life Corporate Member
|Corporate member / Life Corporate Member shall be an industrial undertaking, government department, an institution or recognised statutory body interested to promote objectives of the society and shall be rolled by the council on application.
|Fellow/Life Fellow shall be a person enrolled by the council on application and is a scientists, engineer, a teacher, an executive, or writer in technical, or executive field, professional involved or connected with non destructive Testing.
|Honorary Fellow shall be a person of outstanding professional distinction in the field of NDT and shall be enrolled by invitation of the council. He shall be entitled to the rights and privileges of the Society except voting rights and shall be exempted from payment of dues. Such enrollment shall not ordinarily exceed two per year.
|Membership by Invitation
|The society may have patrons to further its cause. A patron shall be an individual with a record of meritorious service to any public cause or a person known to have made substantial contributions for the growth of industry and engineering and shall be enrolled only by the invitation of the council with his previous consent.
A patron may be appointed by virtue of the office he holds but in such cases, he shall cease to be patron when he relinquishes his office.Patrons of the Society shall have the rights and privileges as prescribed for other memberships, except the voting right and in addition, shall be exempted from payment of dues.