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IEEE, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, stands as a global beacon of technological advancement and innovation. Established in 1884, IEEE has evolved into the world’s largest technical professional organization, boasting over 400,000 members spanning more than 160 countries. With a mission to foster technological innovation for the betterment of humanity, IEEE serves as a catalyst for collaboration, knowledge sharing, and standardization across various technical domains. Through its extensive range of activities, including publications, conferences, standards development, and educational initiatives, IEEE provides invaluable resources and support to researchers, engineers, and professionals worldwide. Its technical societies cover a diverse spectrum of fields, from aerospace and communications to computing, robotics, and beyond. Additionally, IEEE plays a pivotal role in shaping the future of technology through its focus on education, professional development, and the promotion of ethical practices in engineering. By bringing together a global community of experts and enthusiasts, IEEE continues to drive progress and innovation in the ever-evolving landscape of science and technology.

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About IEEE Kerala Section

IEEE activities in Kerala were formally initiated on 17 February 1975 as a subsection under the then India Section. Kerala subsection became part of the Bangalore Section in 1976 upon formation of India Council, and later, it became a full Section in 1983. From the outset, IEEE Kerala Section has been noted for its vibrant activities. Several innovations from IEEE Kerala Section in organizing activities for students as well as professionals have been appreciated and replicated by the global IEEE community. Winner of MGA Large Section Award in 2015 and Region 10 (Asia Pacific) Outstanding Large Section Award in 2004, 2009 and 2015, IEEE Kerala Section has been organizing high quality, high impact technical events including several international conferences in the recent past. The Humanitarian Technology initiative (which later led to formation of SIGHT), the first ever IEEE Job Fair for Undergraduate Students, the formation of LINK (Local Integrated network of Kerala) – a framework connecting all the Student branches in the Section, which has been replicated globally, and the coining of “Joy of Volunteering”, have been some of the humble initiatives that trace back its root to Kerala Section.

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TKM College of Engineering, situated in Kollam, Kerala, has a prestigious history spanning six decades as the state’s first government-aided autonomous engineering college. Established in 1958 under the TKM College Trust, it offers undergraduate programs in eight engineering branches, architecture, and ten specialized postgraduate programs, including MCA. Associated with APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University since 2015, TKMCE holds accreditation from NBA and AICTE, with a NAAC A-grade rating and NIRF recognition. With 200+ faculty members and advanced research facilities like Computational Fluid Dynamics and Nanotechnology Labs, TKMCE is known for its innovation and academic excellence. The college prioritizes holistic development through central and departmental libraries, computer facilities, hostels, and sports amenities. It also emphasizes industry collaborations and international partnerships with leading institutions, enhancing its academic ecosystem.

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TKM College of Engineering

IEEE SB TKMCE, founded in 1986, is a beacon of technical excellence in Kerala. Through workshops, competitions, and events, it fosters innovation and learning. Its flagship events like AKIASSC and AKSC showcase its commitment to student development. Encamp and Recevoir nurture talent and curiosity among members. With a dedicated team and vibrant community, it inspires students to push the boundaries of technology. In over three decades, it has left an indelible mark on TKM College of Engineering.

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Industrial Electronics Society

IEEE SB TKMCE IES (Industrial Electronics Society) focuses on advancements in industrial electronics and applications. Members engage in workshops, seminars, and projects covering areas like power electronics, control systems, and automation. IES provides opportunities for practical learning and professional development. The society fosters collaboration and innovation in industrial electronics engineering. Through hands-on experiences, IES prepares students for careers in industrial automation and control.

Women in Engineering

IEEE SB TKMCE WIE (Women in Engineering) promotes gender diversity and inclusivity in STEM fields. Members participate in workshops, mentorship programs, and networking events. WIE empowers women to pursue careers in engineering and technology. The society fosters leadership skills and professional development opportunities for its members. Through advocacy and support, WIE strives to create an inclusive environment for all aspiring engineers.

Signal Processing Society

IEEE SB TKMCE SPS (Signal Processing Society) is dedicated to the exploration of signal processing technologies. Members delve into areas such as image processing, speech recognition, and data analysis. SPS offers workshops, seminars, and projects to enhance members’ skills and understanding. The society encourages collaboration and innovation in signal processing applications. Through practical experiences, SPS prepares students for careers in fields such as telecommunications and multimedia.

Industrial Application Society

IEEE SB TKMCE IAS (Industry Applications Society) is a platform for students interested in industrial applications of engineering. Members delve into topics such as power systems, automation, and control. IAS offers workshops, seminars, and projects to enhance practical skills and theoretical knowledge. The society fosters collaboration and innovation in industrial engineering practices. Through hands-on experiences, IAS prepares students for careers in various industries.

Special Interest Group On Humanitarian Technology

IEEE SB TKMCE SIGHT (Special Interest Group on Humanitarian Technology) focuses on using technology for social good. Members work on projects addressing societal challenges like education and healthcare access. SIGHT empowers students to make a positive impact through technology. It fosters empathy and collaboration, aiming to create a more equitable world. Through innovation, SIGHT strives to address pressing humanitarian issues.

Computer Society

IEEE SB TKMCE CS (Computer Society) provides a platform for exploring computer science advancements. Members engage in workshops, seminars, and projects covering AI, cybersecurity, and software engineering. CS equips students with practical skills for the tech industry. It fosters collaboration and knowledge-sharing among members. Through innovation, CS prepares students for successful careers in technology.

Robotic Automation Society

IEEE SB TKMCE RAS (Robotics and Automation Society) is a cornerstone for robotics enthusiasts. Members engage in hands-on learning, workshops, and competitions. Topics include autonomous systems, mechatronics, and machine learning. RAS equips students with skills crucial for the future of automation. Through innovation, RAS inspires impactful contributions to robotics technology.

Powe Energy Society

IEEE SB TKMCE PES (Power and Energy Society) is a dynamic hub for students interested in power engineering. Through workshops and competitions, members explore renewable energy, power electronics, and smart grid technologies. PES equips students with practical skills and theoretical knowledge vital for addressing global energy challenges. With a focus on collaboration and innovation, PES empowers members to become leaders in the field of power and energy.

Circuits and Systems Society

IEEE SB TKMCE CASS (Circuits and Systems Society) is a hub for students interested in circuits and systems. Members explore topics like analog and digital circuits, signal processing, and integrated circuits design. CASS offers workshops, seminars, and projects to enhance members’ skills and knowledge. The society fosters collaboration and innovation in the field of circuit design. Through practical experience and theoretical insights, CASS prepares students for careers in electrical engineering.


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