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The College of Engineers of Peru was born from an approach proposed in the First National Engineering Conference held in 1932 by the Society of Engineers of Peru, on June 8, 1962 Law 14086 was enacted, creating the College of Engineers of Peru. The standard was signed by President Manuel Prado and Engineer Jorge Grieve, former president of the Peruvian Engineers Society in 1961.

The College of Engineers of Peru is a non-profit deontological institution that represents and groups together professional engineers from Peru, of all specialties, which cares for and preserves the ethical behavior of its members, and must assure Peru that it counts with a national profession that exercises engineering in a context of order, respect, competitiveness, quality and ethics, and that is rooted in its social, cultural and political values, as a fundamental basis in the nation’s development process.


CONCYTEC is the governing body of SINACYT, in charge of directing, promoting, coordinating, supervising and evaluating State actions throughout the country in the field of science, technology and technological innovation; guides the actions of the private sector; and executes support actions that promote the scientific and technological development of the country.

National Council of Science, Technology and Technological Innovation (CONCYTEC) is an entity attached to the presidency of the councils of ministers.