IEEE-GTBIT Student Branch Society

IEEE is the world’s largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. IEEE and its members inspire a global community through its highly cited publications, conferences, technology standards, and professional and educational activities.

The IEEE-GTBIT student branch was set up in the year 2008 with the aim to enhance the engineering skills of students in GTBIT. The student branch has been actively involved in achieving these goals and fostering leadership values among not just its members, but also the non-members of the college. The members are involved in organizing events inside the college which include both inter and intra-college events. These events are done to enhance the technical knowledge of IEEE as well as non- IEEE members more sharp and to give an idea about those things which are not part of their curriculum but are important for them in future.

We also organize a number of workshops which are focused on the interests of students and are a great way to increase knowledge in their respective interest fields. We also have SIG’s or Special Interest Groups (Photoshop, Robotics, Python, MATLAB) in which the IEEE member’s help each other, or, under the supervision of an expert, work to gain knowledge in their special interest areas. Projects are also prepared by students in these SIG’s and student members show a great interest to be a part of SIG’s in their area of expertise. The student branch is improving day by day and getting better under the guidance of our branch counselor Mr. Mukesh Sahu.

IEEE consists of affinity groups and one such group, which is a part of IEEE-GTBIT, is WIE in Engineering .
Women have traditionally been underrepresented in the field of engineering. IEEE actively encourages a greater representation of women in engineering and greater recognition of historical and modern-day women engineers through its society which goes by the name of Women In Engineering. IEEE Women in Engineering (WIE) is the largest international professional organization, dedicated to promoting women engineers and scientists, with a mission to facilitate the recruitment and retention of women in technical disciplines globally.
We are proud to be associated with WIE and are working on its various aspects.

IEEE-GTBIT Computer Society Chapter was introduced in March, 2014.
The formation of IEEE-GTBIT CS aims at empowering the rising engineers and sharpen their technical skills. The foremost objective is to provide the students with proper guidance, mentors to advance the theory, practice, and application of computer and information processing science and technology.
While the world benefits from what is new, IEEE and IEEE-GTBIT is focused on what is next. With this aim in our minds we are together moving towards our goal, which is using technology and innovation for the benefit of humanity, thus making IEEE-GTBIT The Cynosure of Development.

IEEE GTBIT has organized following SIGs (Special Interest Groups):

Clubs under IEEE:
Web and Open source technologies club
Robotics and Electronics club
Programming club

Projects club (Click here for list of current projects)

While the world benefits from what’s new, IEEE and IEEE-GTBIT is focused on what’s next. With this aim in our minds we are together moving towards our goal, which is using technology and innovation for the benefit of humanity, thus making IEEE-GTBIT “The Cynosure of Development”.


Chairperson – Chawla

Vice Chairperson – Utkarsh Kohli

Vice Chairperson – Aatish Gandotra – Gurpreet Kaur      – Manpreet Kaur

Click here to see rest of the members

IEEE GTBIT Events List

All India Student Congress 2014 (6TH -8TH Oct 2014)

Ethical Hacking Workshop (25th -26th Oct 2014)

Webinar Cum Seminar On Breast Cancer Awareness (17TH Nov 2014)

GTBIT Mozilla Makers Party (25TH Nov 2014)

Self Defense Workshop by WIE IEEE GTBIT with OHC (29th-31st Aug 2014)

Seminar on Cyber Security (4th Sept. 2014) Dr. C.V. Raman Quiz (5th Feb 2014)

PHP Workshop (28th Feb 2014)

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