Indian Plumbing Association


IPPL 2021 Winners Speak:

“The learning that started with the first session continued till the last question of the quiz.”

Rohit Avachat – WINNER (Rs. 1,25,000)
Dy. Manager Engg. Services
Adani realty, Pune

“Indian Plumbing Professionals League will help me in adopting new methods and technologies in Plumbing.”

Pravin Muthusamy – 1st Runner Up ( Rs. 1,00,000)
Brigade Enterprises limited, Bengaluru

“IPPL 2021 virtual platform gave me the opportunity to learn from my home office. IPPL 2021 improved my skills and gave me confidence to make decisions and implement better plumbing practices.”

Prakash Nagnath – 2nd Runner Up ( Rs. 75,000)
Civil Engineer
Proprietor of Habitat ferrocement, Pune

Delegate Testimonials:

“This is an Important Exhibition for Water, Plumbing and Sanitation related services.”

Shri Hardeep Singh Puri, Hon. Minister, Ministry of Housing and urban Affairs

“We need to be a little more aware and mindful of how much water we utilise. Mahi is very happy to be associated with IPA Vanita and I am sure we women folk have a lot to give for the mission to save water.”

Smt. Tara Subramaniam, Founder President, NAREDCO Mahi

We can manufacture pipes and taps, we cannot manufacture water. Therefore, we need to adopt Bharat Tap to minimise water usage. Bharat Tap should become the name for efficiency.

Smt. D. Thara, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, and Mission Director, AMRUT 2.0

“Lets make people understand and educate them on the need for saving water. If you really want to save water it will be saving Education, Education, Education and Acceptance, Acceptance, Acceptance.”

Rajan Bandelkar, President, NAREDCO

“The blood running in our body is similar to plumbing systems in a building. A building’s plumbing is very crucial for its proper working and should not be neglected.”

Ar. Habeeb Khan, President, Council of Architecture

We must shift our focus towards using the open wells instead of using the borewells. Learning from our past can help us avert the looming water crisis.

Dr. Yale Lingaraju, Director, The Art of Living River Rejuvenation Projects, Bengaluru

“Water Conservation and optimal use of water is crucial and plumbing industry is playing a vital role in this daunting task.”

Dr. C.N. Ashwathnarayan, Deputy Chief Minister of Karnataka

 IPA along with IAPMO has made a tremendous effort for introducing plumbing codes among the Indian Plumbing and Building fraternity.

Tushar Giri Nath, Chairman – BWSSB (Bengaluru Water Supply and Sewage Board)

” Education is very important for water conservation as it inculcates good personal habits to save water. IPA is playing a big role in disseminating knowledge among the building fraternity and the masses on the subject of water saving.”

Ariel Seidman, Deputy Consul General, Consulate of Israel

Making a building is easy but doing the plumbing is difficult. Plumbing must always come before the infrastructural development.

Devdutt Pattanaik, Speaker and Mythologist

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