About BMSCE IEEE
About BMSCE IEEE
The Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers is an international organization aimed at inculcating the spirit of wisdom and knowledge. BMSCE IEEE Student Branch was founded in 2009 under the guidance of Dr. Ravishankar Deekshit with Ashwith Jerome Rego as the founding chairperson. With various events such as webinars, workshops, SIGs, Summer Programs and competitions all around the year, we make sure our members are kept up to date with the evolving needs of our technological world.
Over the course of 12 years, we have grown immensely, and now we are the 7th largest Student Branch in the world and the 2nd largest in India. We also hold the 2nd largest student branch chapters and affinity groups in the world. With such achievements, we have established ourselves as the technical society to be in BMSCE.
Staying Technically Relevant
Be aware of the new and emerging technologies by getting access to recent journals, publications and conferences. As a Student Branch, we conduct a large number of technical events on topics that cater to all domains of technology throughout the year.
Career Resources and Recognition
Leadership is a skill that must be crafted over time. Keep your career moving in the right direction with IEEE career benefits and resources. You can obtain certificates from the summer internship program and a wide variety of technical workshops, which will most definitely set you apart from the rest!
You can build a network revolving around your profession, industry or projects with other IEEE members who share similar interests. We also conduct SIGs (Special Interest Groups), classes where students learn from their fellow peers. SIGs are based on topics of modern day technology and serve as a platform for growth in your professional career.
They are different sectors of a Student Branch which cater to specific areas of science. As a college member of BMSCE IEEE, you will also be a member of all the societies of the Student Branch. Chapters specialize in certain fields and conduct events relevant to their domains. These are platforms that encourage students to actively participate in their area of interest.