Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers is a non-profit professional association headquartered in the United States that is dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence. Founded in the year 2002 under Madras Section Region 10, IEEE SJCE SBC is the student-run chapter of this global network that aims to extend IEEE’s outreach to students and faculty at an individual level.
At St.Joseph’s college of engineering the IEEE Student Branch was officially approved and inaugurated in the year 2002 with a grand induction program. From 2002 to 2014 the Student Branch chapter had organized and participated in various events. In the year 2014 we applied and started 14 technical societies and 2 affinity groups. Since then, the student branch started to conduct many events under the various societies and affinity groups like workshops, guest lectures, Industrial Visit, NGO, technical and non-technical events. As of now the student branch has around 80 student members among various societies. The Student members actively participated in many national and international events across countries.
With an active portfolio of nearly 1,300 standards and projects under development, IEEE is a leading developer of industry standards in a broad range of technologies.
Online courses enable you to get up to speed quickly on emerging technologies and trends.
IEEE offers a number of student travel grants to assist Student members in attending conferences and presenting papers.
With GoogleApps@IEEE, members gain a robust capability for messaging with access to email, calendar, and contact services from any Internet-connected computer.
IEEE offers a variety of scholarships, grants, and fellowships for IEEE Student members.
IEEE Women in Engineering (WIE) is a global network of IEEE members and volunteers dedicated to promoting women engineers.
IEEE is an organization for advancing technology for humanity. Apart from being the largest professional society in the world, it is most active in NCU. Headquarters in NY, IEEE provides multiple opportunities to network, collaborate and volunteer in the scope of technology with ideas new and radical.
Contact the executive community and portray your interest in volunteering for them. Everyone goes through a phase of Catch 22, “to get a job you need required experience, to get an experience you need a job”. Start from the ground by coordinating in events, talking to Student Branch chair and from that build your way up. Apply for volunteering regularly released on all IEEE Social Media handles.
IEEE organizes various sectional, national and international events. Apply for them, initially as a delegate. Opportunities are released regularly on IEEE NCU social media handles. Work as a volunteer, attend technical skill development workshops and contribute your ideas in whatever way you can. This starts from a small point and then in the grand scheme of things, it snowballs and helps you come out in the best version of yourself.