Membership of the Federation shall be categorized as National Members, Associate Members and Benefactor Members.
- National Professional Engineering Organizations of the countries of South and Central Asia representing engineers engaged on a high level of technical competence according to the respective national standards shall be eligible to become National Member; however, that there shall not be more than one National Member from any country. lf there are several organizations in a country, only one unit in the form of a group officially designated as National Committee and accepted by these organizations, may be admitted as a National Member of the Federation.
- Organizations or bodies established on a regional or international basis that are interested in supporting the objectives of the Federation shall be eligible to become Associate Member.
- Industrial units, institutions involved in engineering education and/or research and other national associations having interest in promotion of the objectives of the Federation, and financially contributing to the running of the Federation in a manner stipulated by the Executive committee, shall be eligible to become Benefactor Member.
The following organizations or National committees represented at the inaugural meeting of the Federation and whose delegates have signed the agreement of Admission are the first National Members of the Federation:
- The Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh (IEB)
- The Institution of Engineers, Sri Lanka (IESL)
- The Institution of Engineers, India (IEI)
- Nepal Engineers, Association (NEA)
- The Institution of Engineers, Pakistan (IEP)
Steps are being taken to include all other Engineering Institutions of south and Central Asian Countries in the Federation as members.