IEEE’s mission is to advance technology for the benefit of humanity. It seeks to promote the development and application of electrical, electronic, and information technologies for the betterment of society. The organization strives to be a leading voice in the global technology community and to provide a platform for technical professionals to collaborate and share their knowledge and expertise.


IEEE’s activities are focused on five core areas:

  1. Standards development: IEEE develops and publishes technical standards for various industries, including electronics, telecommunications, and energy. These standards are used globally and help to ensure interoperability and safety.
  2. Conferences and events: IEEE organizes numerous conferences, workshops, and events throughout the year, providing opportunities for technical professionals to learn and network.
  3. Education and career development: IEEE provides educational resources, training, and certification programs to help technical professionals advance their careers and stay up-to-date with the latest technology trends.
  4. Publications: IEEE publishes a wide range of technical journals, magazines, and books, providing a platform for researchers and professionals to share their knowledge and research findings.
  5. Community engagement: IEEE engages with its members and the broader community to promote the value of technology and to address societal challenges.


IEEE plays a vital role in advancing technology and promoting its responsible use for the betterment of society. Through its various activities, IEEE provides technical professionals with opportunities to collaborate, learn, and innovate. As the world continues to face new technological challenges, IEEE will continue to play a crucial role in shaping the future of technology and its impact on humanity.


The IEEE Student Branch Information Technology, which comprises 85 student members and 3 professional members, has been established on campus with the main goal of providing students with a forum for interaction with people from across the section and professional members from around the world. To achieve this objective, the IEEE has outlined plans for celebratory occasions and activities to be carried out by the Student Branch during the academic year. These activities will focus on developing students’ fundamental knowledge, as well as their leadership and managerial skills.

The chapters advisors are:

  • EMBS: Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society – Ms. N Sujatha Guptha
  • IT: Information Theory – Dr. Muni Sekhar Velpuru
  • SMC: System, Man and Cybernetic – Dr. Ramesh Karnati