Student Branch

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Mar Baselios College Of Engineering And Technology - Professional Student Bodies - Computer Society of India
... The college is an institutional member of the Computer Society of India.The CSI Student Branch of Mar Baselios College of Engineering Technology was ... Over the years, the CSI branch has proved itself to be the most active association in the college ... It is also the biggest student branch in the Kerala state boasting of 153 members this year ...
Rajshahi University Of Engineering & Technology - Students Organization and Co-curricular Activities - IEEE RUET Student Branch
... On 16 September 2009 IEEE RUET Student Branch was established by enthusiastic and energetic teachers and students ... This student branch is continuously organizing seminars, workshops, courses on topics related to electrical and electronics ... This IEEE RUET Student Branch helps students by bringing professionalism to them ...
College Of Engineering, Trivandrum - Student Organizations - IEEE Student Branch
... in CET were initiated on 15 June 1983 as student branch under the Kerala section.It was revived in the year 2008 ... As of January 2012, CET IEEE Student Branch has around 100 student members ... The Student Branch has a library ...
Siddaganga Institute Of Technology - Awards and Recognition
... In 2009, the IEEE SIT Student branch website won the "Best Student Branch website" in IEEE Bangalore section ... In 2011, the IEEE SIT Student branch was awarded as the "Outstanding Student Branch" in IEEE Bangalore section ...

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