1st March 2011
To, Overseas Qualification Assessment, Education & Assessment, Engineers Australia 11 National Circuits Barton ACT 2600 Australia.
Subject: Application for the assessment of the Bachelor of Engineering Degree in Industrial & Production Engineering.
I, Joseph Thomas Verghis completed my Bachelor of Engineering degree in Industrial & Production Engineering from Malnad College of Engineering (MCE) – Hassan, affiliated to The University of Mysore, India, in January 1992. Worked in related field up until 2008, and then came to Australia to pursue my Master in Science (Logistics) and MBA from University of Wollongong, Australia, both of which I began in March 2009 and completed in November 2010.
I now would request you to assess my Bachelors degree in Industrial & Production Engineering through your institution for the purpose of migration and in this regard sending you the following documents as per your requirements.
Completed application form CDR Cover page with full name, passport style photo and signed declaration. Continuing professional development(CPD) Curriculum Vitae Certified true copies of all academic certificates and transcripts. Certified true copy of Master of Logistics ( University of Wollongong) Certified true copy of Master of Business Administration ( University of Wollongong) Certified true copies of passport
I hope the above information and documentation will suffice to do the needful, and in case you need any further clarifications, please do not hesitate contact me on my mobile no. 0411 646 085 or mail me at email@example.com
Looking forward to your positive and early response.
Thanks & Regards
CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
I obtained my undergraduate degree in Industrial & Production Engineering in 1992 from the Malnad College of Engineering – Hassan, University of Mysore, India. The Project work undertaken, which was part of my course was on “Value Engineering” We did this project with one of India‟s premier motor manufacturer – Kirloskar Motors. Our task was to essentially enhance the value of one of their best selling induction motors, by either decreasing the cost of manufacture or keeping the cost at its present price and enhancing its features, thereby increasing the value of the product. This was achieved by basically stripping the motor of its parts, and identifying each and every part for its primary and secondary functions, the material used and the ease and cost of its manufacture and whether or not it could be standardized, basically an exercise of where the costs lie, and ways to replace or reduce it. This project work was successful and its recommendations were being considered to be implemented with some fine tuning.
After graduation, I took up a job as a Sales Engineer in a company by the name Schenck Avery Pv t Ltd., a technical and commercial collaboration between Carl Schenck AG, Darmstadt and Avery India Ltd., India. Their main products were Dynamic Balancing Machines, Vibration Monitoring Systems and Dynamometers. As a Sales Engineer, I was responsible for the Sales & Service of my region, which included, presentation of my company and its products to potential buyers, presentation of its operation and its benefits, commercial and technical discussions, closing sales and post sales activities. For the 4 ½ years I worked here, I met all my quarterly and yearly targets.
From an exposure of the commercial aspects of business, I was curious and keen to learn how products were manufactured and the activities therein, this led me to switch my career to Production & Operations and put to use the knowledge I gained in college.
I joined the Apparel Manufacturing and Exporting Industry, with a focus on Production as the Asst. Production Manager of an...