Welcome

Achievements

Best Student Branch 2015, Gujarat Section

3rd in International IAS Chapter 2016

Runner Up, Most Innovative Student Branch, AISC

1st IAS Chapter, Gujarat



Welcome to IEEE Student Branch, DA-IICT

DA-IICT is an academic institution promoted by the Dhirubhai Ambani Foundation and the Reliance Group, primarily aimed to impart Information and Communication Technology (ICT) education of international standards. Established amidst the lush green corridor of Gandhinagar, Gujarat, DA-IICT lives for furtherance of education, research, and training in ICT. DA-IICT commenced activities from August 2001. DA-IICT is a research led institute which houses world class facilities such well equipped labs with latest equipment and software, modern lecture theaters, a multi-cuisine canteen and on campus residence. The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Student Branch at DA-IICT endeavors to promote student awareness among students on the opportunities that exist in the field of electronics and electrical engineering. Our objective is to bridge the gap between industry and students studying in technology-related fields, while promoting and providing an intellectually stimulating university environment for the student body. IEEE Student Branch, DA-IICT aims to provide an interactive platform for students to develop professional and technical abilities. Since the inception, it is successful in organizing various events with well defined objectives.

Why Join IEEE?

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)

IEEE appeared from the union of two engineering societies in the early sixties, the IRE (Institute of Radio Engineers) and the AIEE (American Institute of Electrical Engineers). The IEEE is a society for Electrical and Computer Engineers, but that also welcomes Computer Scientists and Physicists. IEEE is what is known as a technical professional society. Every engineering branch has a technical professional society, Civil Engineering has ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers), Mechanical Engineering has ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers). What distinguishes IEEE from this other societies is that IEEE is international. There are IEEE chapters in every continent, and in almost every country, and in those countries where IEEE is not established it has links with the local engineering societies, such is the case with IKE (Institution of Electrical Engineers) in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. This makes IEEE the largest engineering society in the world.

Other Benefits

  1. Spectrum, monthly magazine of IEEE (single copy costs $4 ,It is FREE with Member Subscription)

  2. All Technical papers are freely accessible to IEEE members

  3. It gives you International Recognition as a member of most active technical organisation (IEEE)

  4. Helps you do research, get recognition & publish your work to the whole world

  5. Get a personal alias email id eg. ur_name@ieee.org

  6. Adds value to your resume

  7. Entry in various international events like IEEE Xtreme,etc

  8. Be a part of groups of IEEE branch viz SIG-embedded Programming SIG-Mobile Application etc

  9. Access to Digital library of IEEE

  10. Access to Job site of IEEE

  11. Access to IEEE TV on internet

  12. OPPORTUNITY to Represent college in Quaterly Meets, other meetings, etc

  13. Test your quality to lead others

  14. Join IEEE & get a life of an innovator - www.ieee.org/join