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The establishment of the Colegio de Ingenieros del Perú (CIP - Peru
Engineers' Professional College) was proposed during the 1st National
Engineering Conference, which was organized in 1932 by the Sociedad de
Ingenieros del Perú (Peru Engineers' Society). It took, however, another 30
years until the establishment of the college, which is prescribed by Law No.
14,086 promulgated on 8 January 1962.
The college's Statutes were dramatically modernized in 1986, allowing decentralization and the establishment of autonomous chapters at the local (departments) level. This prompted the abrogation of the founding law, which was substituted by Law No. 24,648 adopted on 20 January 1987 by the Congress.
The CIP is now composed of a National Council and 28 Departmental Councils.
http://www.cip.org.pe, CIP website
The symbols of the CIP are prescribed in Title 1 of the guild's Statutes, as follows.
Article 2.05. Emblem.
The emblem of the Colegio de Ingenieros del Perú is composed of a red disc, bordered by a stylized cogwheel outlined in golden yellow and formed of 12 trapezoidal black cogs. In the center, a black triangle is charged with the acronym "CIP" in golden yellow letters. The triangle is surrounded by the writing "COLEGIO DE INGENIEROS DEL PERÚ – 1962", in white letters. The emblem is duly patented and registered with INDECOPI [Instituto Nacional de Defensa de la Competencia y de la Protección de la Propiedad Intelectual - National Institute of Defence of Competency and Protection of Intellectual Property].
Article 2.07. Flag.
The flag of the CIP is red with the emblem of the CIP in the center.
Ivan Sache, 10 January 2021