Gini Introduction by Prasanna Venkatesan
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  • 1. IEEE Student Branch Networking – The Advantage - Prasanna IBM Labs ,Bangalore India Chair , IEEE GOLD Hyderabad Section
  • 2. IEEE Student Branch Vision
    • “The goal of an IEEE Student Activity is to meet a specific need of students in your university, to add value for your student members and to foster the IEEE Mission and Vision locally “
    • IEEE Vision “IEEE's core purpose is to foster technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. “
  • 3. IEEE Student Branch Vision
    • Abundant Technical Resources of IEEE
        • IEEE Professional Network
        • IEEE Student Network
        • IEEE Spectrum , Potential , Other Magazines
        • IEEE Digital Library
        • IEEE Conferences
  • 4. IEEE Student Branch Operations
    • IEEE Professional Network
      • IEEE Technical Talks in Student Branches
      • IEEE Technical Talks conducted by Section
      • Conferences
    • IEEE Student Network
      • Technical Discussions in Student Branches
      • Encourage Student Projects
    • IEEE Spectrum
      • Spectrum Discussions in Student Branches
    • IEEE Digital Library
      • Student Branches can enable student access to IEEE Digital Library
  • 5. IEEE Student Branch Networking
    • Work Together to Foster Technical Advancement
    • Contribute to IEEE’s vision
    • Identify Technical Resources and Expertise from across the Region , Section to get Guided , Mentored and hence innovate
  • 6. IEEE Student Branch Networking
    • Examples of SB Networking
      • Invite other Student Branches to Technical Events in your SB
      • Take part in other Student Branch Activity
      • Work on Collaborative Projects across Student Branches
      • Students from more than one student branches working on a project guided by a Senior Faculty from a Top Institute
      • Form Groups based on a Special Interest in a Region . Groups driven by Students Passionate about that Technology
  • 7. IEEE Student Branch Networking
    • Example Scenarios’
      • Student from JMI , excited and expert in Web Technologies
      • 2 other expert students from NSIT join and collaboratively work towards building a script engine that takes lesser time for parsing HTML content
      • Student from IIT Delhi interested to make the Energy Grid Smarter
      • Student from Punjab Engineering College pretty much interested and has lots of ideas
      • Both work under Mini S Thomas on an Innovative Solution and publish paper in IEEE PowerCon
  • 8. IEEE Student Branch Office Bearer is at the core
    • What is your role in this ? Why are you important
    • Student Branch leaders help achieve this collaborative innovation
    • Encourage Branch Members to attend Technical Talks conducted by other Branches and Section
    • Encourage Members to attend Conferences
    • Identify potential members and Strategically Invest on them (Money / time etc)
  • 9. IEEE Student Branch Office Bearer the “Social Entrepreneur”
    • You are the Enabler
    • Your Student Branch Member’s growth and the performance of students from your college is in your hands
    • Work towards Technical Excellence of your Members
    • You can gain Credit for having enabled this 
    • Taste the dish before serving 
    • You are helping the society – You are a “Social Entrepreneur” . No better way to serve the Nation
    • Your work directly impacts India’s Growth