A Student Branch with an international flair: The recipient of three IEEE awards, this young Student Branch plans to maintain its membership strength by expanding its activities

M. R. Krishnamurthy
1983 IEEE potentials  
The recipient of three IEEE awards, this young Student Branch plans to maintain its membership strength by expanding its activities Jt/Kk lthough it is less than ^^^m four years old, our ^V^B IEEE Student Branch ^^^^^m a t t h e Regional Engi-HHI^B neering College in ^Br mm Tiruchirappalli, In dia, has already established an excel lent record of achievement. The Branch, which started in January 1980 with 30 members, got the Vincent Bendix Award for 1981, the Out standing Branch Counselor Award
more » ... ch Counselor Award for 1982, and the Outstanding Chair man Award for Region 10 for 1983all in our first attempts. Our enrollment has also been growing along with our list of accom plishments. Today we are one of the largest IEEE Student Branches, num bering more than 210 members. Our members are mostly full-time stu dents of electrical or electronics engi neering, communications, or com puter science. Our college admits students from all parts of India and from abroad, and so our Student Branch is truly transnational. Nearly all of our mem bers reside in hostels attached to the college. At work on a PCM switching system-the Student Branch's winning Vincent Bendix A ward project for 1981-are (left to right) S. Nambira/an, K. Divakar, and S. Arulmozhi.
doi:10.1109/mp.1983.6499643 fatcat:qlsnme223rfjhnnxezhhsyxejy