Dear Member,

Welcome back to the 2nd edition of Member Matters for 2014.

We just concluded the 2014 IET India Scholarship Award with the finale nite in Bangalore wherein the winners were declared. We have put together a photo album on our Facebook page here. A full report will be available in the next edition of Member Matters.

The forthcoming IET Prestige Lectures are in keeping with the IET mission to Inform, Inspire and Influence. The IET Lord Austin Lectures in Bangalore and Chennai will focus on the very exciting Bloodhound SSC - ‘Project BLOODHOUND – An Engineering Adventure’. Please save the dates of November 13 and 14 and get ready to know more about the technology behind the car that is designed to set a land speed record of 1,000 mph!

When objects get connected digitally, the possibilities for innovation, efficiency, safety and speed are immense. To discuss these possibilities and the ensuing challenges, the IET Pinkerton Lecture scheduled for December 4th in Bangalore will focus on Internet of Things. Please save the date and stay tuned for more updates about this event.

With the refurbishment of IET Savoy Place in London, we are looking at ways to celebrate engineering’s contribution to the history of the IET and the wider world. We want your suggestions for two new exciting exhibitions that will showcase the people and ideas behind engineering and achievements. To have your say, please read the related article in Page 12 of this edition.

We hope you enjoy reading all the updates and announcements that we have put together for you in this edition of Member Matters. Please write to membermatters@theiet.in for your feedback and suggestions.

Thank you and Happy Reading.

Azra and Anitha


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Dear Colleagues,

We are now well in 2014 and we have a number of important updates for you in this edition of Member Matters.

The most important update is the evolving India strategy for the next three years (2015-2017).

With guidance from the India Development Panel and the Communities Committee South Asia (CCSA), we now have a clear strategy that will focus on building value and sustainability. Sustainable growth for India will come from having robust engagement opportunities and by being absolutely relevant to this country. Our focus for the next three years will be to strengthen our focus on the Energy, Transport and Education sectors that will ultimately lead to our strategic goals, where in:

  • The IET will be recognised in India as a meeting place for sector      leaders to interact and support standards, policy and innovation in      order to position the IET as a thought leader
  • The IET will deliver practical skills to the Indian education system,      combined with an influential role in improving engineering educational      standards through accreditation and the leveraging of industry      relations

I invite you to join and help us in this value creation. This will involve working closely with stakeholders in the government, industry and the academia; facilitate the involvement of subject matter experts and leaders to provide sector guidance, insights, knowledge and deep intelligence; provide the crucial connect between industry and academia; support the teaching of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) subjects in schools and work to help India in its endeavours to achieve excellence in Technical Education.


Thank you.

Best regards,
Shekhar Sanyal



The IET- Delhi Local Network organised a workshop on Dedicated Freight Corridor in April. The workshop was held jointly with the Institution of Railway Electrical Engineers (IREE) and Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation India Ltd., (DFCCIL). Mr Kul Bhushan, Member Electrical, Railway Board was the Chief Guest. Mr R K Gupta (General Manager, Eastern Railway and Managing Director, DFCCIL) and Mr Man Singh (Additional Member Electrical, Railway Board and President, IREE) were Guest of Honour and Special Guest respectively.

Mr N Venkatesan, Chairman, IET Delhi LN, highlighted the role of the Delhi Freight Corridor in the development of Indian transport industry. He appreciated the efforts and meticulous work rendered by DFCCIL in the field of Freight Transport in India. He also spoke about the planning and formulation of the transportation policy with special reference to efficient transport of goods and raw material across the nation.

Mr Man Singh discussed the activities undertaken by IREE in the ongoing technological development of infrastructure. In his talk,
Mr R K Gupta highlighted the relevance of the Eastern and Western freight corridors to Indian transportation.

Mr Kul Bhushan covered the key achievements of Indian Railways and highlighted that the organisation had successfully tripled the freight transport volumes in 20 years while the network remained constant. He also presented his views on achieving cost effective transportation through the implementation of Eastern and Western corridors. He stressed on the need for best practices in power trading and the need for quick, efficient and pollution free transport with the increasing traffic of freight and passenger transport.

70 engineers and senior officers from DFCCIL and Railway Board attended the workshop along with office bearers of the IET Delhi LN.


Felicitation


Mr Pradeep Chaturvedi, MIET was felicitated at the workshop for attaining the Fellowship of Indian National Academy of Engineers.




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An International Conference on Control, Instrumentation, Energy and Communication 2014
(CIEC ’14) was organised by the Department of Applied Physics, University of Calcutta in January/February 2014. The IET Kolkata LN was Technical Sponsor for the event. CIEC commemorated the 100th year of the University College of Science, University of Calcutta and 90th anniversary of the Department of Applied Physics.

Prof Samarjit Sengupta and Dr Rajarshi Gupta, senior volunteers of the IET were the Technical Chair and the Organising Secretary respectively. The conference received nearly 365 papers.

Academicians and researchers from institutions like University of California, Zaragoza University, NTU–Singapore, UNESCO-EOLSS Joint Committee and Massey University were the esteemed guests.

The conference included five plenary lectures and15 lectures by senior professors and industry experts.
For more details and conference proceedings, please visit the conference website - http://ciec14.caluniv.in/






Members of the IET Pune LN visited the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) to gain insights into the engineering intricacies of the recently inaugurated Mumbai Monorail (India’s first monorail system). This mass transit system opened its first phase to commuters in early February 2014 and has been widely billed as the solution to alleviate Mumbai’s traffic challenges.

The visit helped members of the IET Pune LN understand the end-to-end technological implementation in the monorail project - from operations to live status control and maintenance of the rail lines. The team also enjoyed a monorail ride to experience the technology in action.

The second technical visit was to the Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope, Pune. The observatory at GMRT centre is equipped with an array of radio telescopes. The powerful telescopes help in viewing astronomical objects like galaxies, pulsars, supernovae sun and solar winds.

The members also visited Vighnahar Co-operative Sugar Factory, where the processing of sugarcane to crystalline sugar was demonstrated.

Dr Madhuri Joshi, Chair of the IET Pune LN coordinated the technical visits.




Open Source Operating System, Linux continues to be popular among developers owing to its extensive use in the industry. The IET Pune LN organised a 7-day workshop for MTech students at the College of Engineering Pune to provide hands-on experience in Linux environments.

Mr C D Kulkarni, a Linux veteran with over 25 years of experience with the programming environment facilitated the workshop. Dr Shilpa Metkar, Secretary, IET Pune LN coordinated the event.



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In October 2014, Professor William Webb will become the youngest President of the IET for more than 100 years. William will succeed Barry Brooks to become the 133rd President of the IET.

William, 47, has held a number of senior positions in the IT and telecommunications sectors and regularly appears on TV and radio to talk about engineering-related topics on behalf of the IET.

He is currently CEO of the Weightless SIG, the standards body developing a new global M2M technology. He is also a Director at Webb Search, an independent wireless communications consultancy.

William said: “It is an honour to become President of the IET, an organisation that I have been involved with for many years. As one of the world’s largest organisations for engineers and technicians, with nearly 160,000 members in 127 countries around the world, the IET is the UK’s most multi-disciplinary engineering institution. This puts us in a strong position to deliver our vision of working to engineer a better world.”




How engineers changed the world and why their institutions now need to change too


2 October 2014 | Live WebCast








Inspiring the next generation of engineers and technicians

Informing the wider engineering community

Influencing government and standards to advance society



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IET Mumbai LN hosted its TechDais Lecture on Energy Management Systems and Wide Area Monitoring, Protection and Control (WAMPAC). Indian Electrical and Electronics Manufacturers Association (IEEMA), was the partner for this edition of the lecture.

Mr Anil Nagrani, Deputy Director General, IEEMA introduced the agenda and activities of IEEMA. Mr Vikram Gandotra from Siemens Ltd., delivered a talk titled ‘Intelligence in Power Grids - the way forward’. Dr Fahd Hasheish, Technology Manager, ABB Ltd, UK delivered the lecture on Energy Management Systems & Wide Area Monitoring, Protection and Control (WAMPAC). Futuristic energy technologies and solutions were discussed by the expert speakers.

Pravin Patil and Rajesh Patwardhan (Chairman and Secretary) were present. Mr Freddy Dinshaw, Senior Member of the IET Mumbai LN gave the vote of thanks.





KCG College of Technology, Chennai organised a project presentation competition for engineering students across all departments. The IET Project Challenge competition showcased projects that put engineering theory to practice.



Some interesting projects from the Computer Sciences department included a crowd police app that enables people to photograph incidents of crime and report them; an adaptive educational game built on Artificial Intelligence and a new technology that uses pictures for password instead of numbers.

Web based tools that remember user preferences, extract optimal information from datasets and help in better scheduling of multiple tasks were showcased by the IT department.

Electrical and Electronics students presented novel security systems, navigation systems for the visually impaired, automatic road penalty/fine collectors and optimisers for solar energy generation.

The event also saw robotics enthusiasts showcasing prototypes that could climb walls, prevent human accidents and aid in natural disaster relief. A unique robot which could assist the blind in reading, detecting obstacles in the path and recognise currency notes was also on display.


Technological advancements in the aerospace domain were represented in the projects of the aeronautical department. Mechanical engineering students presented innovative solutions like alternatives for carbon fibre, ball bearings for helicopters and mobility services for the disabled. A Mind Controlled car, which changes directions as per brain signals was also showcased.

Judges included senior engineers from Melcon Controls, Deccan Energy Solutions, HCL Technologies and Dymos Lean. The most innovative projects from each department were awarded prizes.


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The IET Bangalore LN and Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) organised a session on the impact of innovation on society. The event was held in Mysore.

Vishwaprasad Alva, Vice Chairman, CII-Mysore spoke about the future of R&D in a collaborative, open and innovation led economy.

Hein De Keyzer, Chief Executive Officer, CogniStreamer NV, Belgium was the Chief Guest. His talk focused on the need for an innovation-driven ecosystem and introduced the idea of ‘collaborative innovation’. Keyzer also noted the widening industry-academia gap, which could be a major deterrent to India realising its innovation potential. He also touched upon the role of technology (algorithms, correlation engines, etc.) in successful implementation of ideas.

Lokesh V, Secretary, IET Bangalore LN coordinated the event.





The recent edition of IET Bangalore LN Technology Leadership Talk was dedicated to women in entrepreneurship. Noted entrepreneur,
Uma Balakrishnan, CEO, Axcend Automation and Software Solutions spoke about her experiences in overcoming challenges and establishing a successful venture.

An unwavering spirit, high motivation, passion, determination to overcome challenges and a clear focus on solutions have been the key ingredients of Uma’s success. As she shared the important milestones of her journey in establishing Axcend as a respected service provider in the manufacturing and utilities sector, Uma also recalled the struggles of the initial days of entrepreneurship in establishing a strong network of partners, collaborators and customers. Her talk provided rich insights into a classic entrepreneurial journey.

Nearly 50 attendees from academia and industry attended the talk. Office bearers and senior volunteers of the IET Bangalore LN were also present.





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As a part of its initiatives for Academic Affiliate institutions, the IET organised industrial visits for the students of Samrat Ashok Technological Institute (SATI), Vidisha, Madhya Pradesh.

Faculty and students of SATI visited the Mysore centres of Skanray Health Care Private Limited, a major medical equipment manufacturer and AT & S, Europe’s largest printed circuit board manufacturer. ISRO and BHEL centres in Bangalore also welcomed the young engineers and took them on a tour of their facilities.

The tour helped students and faculty of SATI gain a hands-on experience of engineering in action.




Student Members of the IET, Ajinkya Bari and Shraddhesh Bhandari (final year Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering, College of Engineering, Pune) have done the IET proud. The young engineers have developed a system to acquire and transfer data from a vehicle’s analog and digital sensors to the user’s mobile phone. The applications of this low cost technology include on-the- spot soil testing, home automation, traffic data capture and health data capture.

Ajinkya and Shraddhesh presented their work at the 16th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Communications Technology, held in South Korea earlier this year. They were the youngest participants in the conference.

Congratulations Ajinkya and Shraddesh!




The IET Mumbai LN and K J Somaiya Institute of Engineering and Information Technology, Mumbai jointly launched NICE – Nurturing Intelligence for Curious Engineers, a competition for young engineers.

NICE aims to harmonise scientific curiosity, enthusiasm and social perspective among student engineers.It also provides a platform for graduating engineers to create awareness amongst prospective engineering students and develop their sensitivity towards social problems. The competition is open to pre-university students in science streams and engineering students across Maharashtra.

The competition kicked off in Pune, Dhule, Nashik and Mumbai regions in August. Winners will be announced by the end of September 2014.






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Founded by the Church of South India, Coimbatore Diocesan Council in 1998, CSI College of Engineering is an AICTE approved engineering college. It is located in the Nilgiris, Tamil Nadu. The college has a student strength of 1,600 and offers undergraduate and post graduate engineering programmes across all major streams.

The college strives to equip students with technical knowledge, skills and ability to inculcate a right attitude and holistic values. The learning environment is designed to motivate students to think creatively and act independently. It also focuses on creating a platform for robust industry–academia interactions. Through these focused efforts, CSI College of Engineering aims to become a portal of learning, research and entrepreneurial development in Engineering Sciences.

“The IET has played a crucial role in career and personality development of students of CSI”, said Dr J George Chellin Chandran, Principal, CSI College of Engineering. “It has made consistent progress, year on year in academic and co-curricular activities. The Institution also provides various advantages to professionals and its stringent international standards helps members and partners to demonstrate high professionalism” he added.




Established in 1985, Hindustan College of Engineering gained the status of deemed university in 2008. Hindustan University is approved by the Ministry of Human Resources Development (MHRD) and is accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA) and International Accreditation Organization (IAO). The University is certified as an ISO 9001:2008 Institution by BSI and is a grade B institute under the National Accreditation and Assessment Council (NAAC) accreditation.

The University has a strong research focus with over 300 research publications in refereed national and international journals. Hindustan University has invested in a 150,000 sq ft library facility to foster research.

On the collaboration front, the university has established ties with Dongguk University, South Korea, Marine Institute of Technology, Canada, Warwick Manufacturing Group, Cranfield University, Moscow, Aviation Institute and Korean Aerospace University. Students and faculty are encouraged to participate in exchange programmes to help them gain international perspectives.

Hindustan University is recognised as one of the finest universities for aerospace studies in the country. It is the only university to have a Boeing 737 Airframe and ALSIM Glass Cockpit Simulator in the country. India Today rated the Aeronautical Programme at Hindustan University as one of the best in the country. It is among eight Institutions from India participating at the International competition for Design and Development of Formula 1 Cars. The University also has a TIFAC-Centre of Relevance and Excellence (CORE) in Aircraft Maintenance – a world class facility

that caters to the growth and sustainability of the aviation sector.

With a vision “To make every man a success and no man a failure”, the University has completed 29 years of existence in this dynamic world of education and gained accolades like MHRD’s #1 in Chennai, #3 in South India and #8 in India (amongst all the Private Engineering Universities Category), Aringnar Anna Award towards Professional Education, Gurukul Jyoti Award for Best Engineering Institution in the Country, Best Mechanical Engineering Programme in Tamil Nadu by The Week, G-Cube Award for Green Governance in 2012 & 2013 and Trailblazers Award from the Times of India Group.

“The IET Academic Affiliate status will give us an excellent networking and research opportunity in the emerging fields of Engineering and Technology to our students and staff. This will in turn will give professional recognition and collaboration at national and international platforms and also improve institute- industry interactions.” says
Mr Ashok Verghese, Director Hindustan University.



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Easwari Engineering College (EEC) was founded in 1996 under the SRM Group of Educational Institutions for higher learning. The college functions under the aegis of Valliammai Society and is affiliated to Anna University, Chennai.

Easwari Engineering College offers 7 Under Graduate and 11 Post Graduate programmes. The college places importance on all-round development of its students and Personality Development is included as a course in the first year curriculum.

In response to the growing focus on academic research, the faculty has published over 500 research papers in reputed international journals and conferences in various disciplines. The college has also attracted over $300,000 as research funding.

“We take immense pleasure and pride in joining hands with the IET, a global mentor in technological innovation. We are confident that the networking opportunities provided by the IET will be of great value to our students, research scholars and faculty members, who are fully qualified and talented to excel in innovative initiatives. We hope that the IET Academic Affiliate will nurture the research prospects of our institution through its community of strong and zealous experts across the globe”, says Dr M Sekar, Principal, Easwari Engineering College.





Shri Guru Gobind Singhji Institute of Engineering and Technology (SGGSIE&T), Nanded was founded in 1981. The college offers 10 undergraduate and 7 postgraduate programmes. It also offers a doctoral programme under its affiliate University - Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathawada (SRTM) University and Quality Improvement Programme of the Ministry of HRD, Government of India.

Over 50% of the faculty holds doctorates from reputed universities. The college has a strong focus on research and has received funding from TEQIP, AICTE, DST, BARC and NRB. Demonstration of excellent research strengths has led to the establishment of a Centre of Excellence in the area of Signal and Image Processing at SGGS.

The college fosters a culture of research which has resulted in quality publications in national and international peer reviewed journals and prestigious conferences. An Innovation Laboratory has been set up in the college to help students experiment with their ideas. There is also renewed focus among students and faculty to attain Intellectual Property rights for their innovative projects.

SGGS has established academic collaborations with premier institutes of the world which enable opportunities like internships, credit transfers, and industry relevant projects to be made available for the students.

The institute is led by visionary leader, Padmabhushan Baba Kalyani, CMD, Bharat Forge Ltd., as its Chairman.

“The IET provides a platform to the faculty, undergraduate and post graduate students and research scholars to exhibit innovative concepts, enhance their personality and gain knowledge in various domains of engineering. This helps our institute to march towards excellence”, says Dr L M Waghmare, Director SGGSIE&T.



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300+ Vacancies at the IET Advantage Job Fair 2014

300+ employment opportunities await candidates at the IET Advantage Job Fair!

Please visit Employment Opportunities page here


After a successful event in Chennai last year, the IET is hosting the second edition of the IET Advantage Job Fair at SRM University, Chennai (October 10 & 11, 2014).

The IET Advantage Job Fair 2014 will be a niche event where invited companies from relevant engineering disciplines and screened applicants of high calibre get to interact with each other. The event will be open to IET Members (students, fresh graduates and young professionals) from across India.





Advantage for the participating candidate:

  • Job opportunities for final year engineering students studying in the       year 2014 and graduating in 2015
  • Job opportunities for fresh engineering graduates,passed out in the       year 2014
  • Job opportunities for young engineering
  • Internship opportunities for 3rd year engineering students of 2014

Advantages for the participating employer:

  • Meet candidates from all over India under one roof
  • Candidates from all major engineering streams
  • Freshers and experienced candidates
  • No cost of participation for employers
  • Get the early advantage in the hiring cycle.
  • Pre-screened candidates: The IET conducts an industry-standard       Aptitude Test (AMCAT) but also a Technical Assessment. So only       pre-qualified candidates will be allowed to meet employers.
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Celebrating Creativity, Innovation, Excellence and Leadership among undergraduate engineering students


The winners of IET India Scholarship Award 2014 were declared at the award nite held on August 26, 2014 in Bangalore. Mr T V Mohandas Pai, Chairman, Manipal Global Education was the Chief Guest and Dr Sumit Chowdhury, President, Reliance Jio Infocomm was the Guest of Honour.
Dr Ajit T Kalghatgi, Director, BEL (R&D) and Mr Shankar Vanavarayar, Executive Director, Shakti Group of Companies graced the occasion as
Special Guests.



Winners

  • Hina Agrawal, Motila Nehru Institute of      Technology, Allahabad (Women’s Category)
  • Manoj Sarda, IIT Roorkee (General Category)

Runners up

  • Mansha Imtiyaz, Amity University, Noida      (Women’s Category)
  • Manu Kothari, PES University, Bangalore      (General Category)

We have put together a photo album for you on the IET India Facebook page. A full report will be carried in the next edition of Member Matters.








IET Student Chapter at Vivekanandha College of Technology for Women, Chennai organised a number of activities for its student members. These included symposiums, hands-on sessions, national seminars and workshops. Some of these were:

  • Hands-on session on Andriod App Development for Mobile Robots by R Adarsh and Kapil Saini,Senior      Research Engineers, Robosapiens Technologies Pvt Ltd, Noida.
  • Guest Lecture on Real-time Application of Embedded System by Prof K Rajasekaran, Head of the      Department of Electronics & Instrumentation, Karunya University, Coimbatore.
  • National seminar on Environmental Issues in Power Sector, at which V Vijaya Kumar,Technology Lead, GE      Energy Power Conversion, Chennai was the Chief Guest.
  • Workshops on Advanced Robotics and MATLAB/ Simulink for Communication Engineers.

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With the addition of two new IET Local Networks at Nashik (Maharashtra) and Kanyakumari (Tamil Nadu), the IET now has 8 Local Networks in India.

Meet the office bearers of Nashik and Kanyakumari LNs.


IET Nashik Local Network
Name Designation Email
Prof B E Kushare Chairman be_kushare@rediffmail.com
Mr John Yesuraj Devaraj Vice Chairman johnyesuraj.d@cgglobal.com
Dr Venkatesh Raghavan Secretary 99venkys@gmail.com
Prof A M Jain Treasurer jainashok60@rediffmail.com
Prof Ravindra Munje Chairman - YPS ravimunje@yahoo.co.in

IET Kanyakumari Local Network
Name Designation Email
Dr S Joseph Jawhar Chairman josephjawhar@gmail.com
Dr Joseph Sekhar Vice Chairman josephsekhar@hotmail.com
Dr N Albert Singh Secretary mailalbertsingh@yahoo.co.in
Prof S Subiramoniyan Treasurer shrirhamssp@yahoo.co.in
Prof A K R S Anusha Joint Secretary anushajoy76@gmail.com
Prof Mathusoothana S Kumar Joint Treasurer rmssk@yahoo.com
Dr M Marsaline Beno YP Chairman marsaline_me@yahoo.com
Dr Agees Kumar Chellappan YP Secretary ageeskumar@live.com
Mr M.John Bosco YP Treasurer johnmbosco2004@gmail.com



Since our foundation in 1871, IET members have helped to build the modern world. With the refurbishment of IET London: Savoy Place we are looking at ways to celebrate engineering’s contribution to the history of the IET and the wider world. We want your suggestions for two exciting new exhibitions that will showcase the people and ideas behind engineering achievements. To have your say, please follow the link here to a short survey.


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SEPTEMBER 06:
IET South Asia PATW | New Delhi

OCTOBER 10 -11:
IET Advantage Job Fair | Chennai

NOVEMBER 13:
IET Lord Austin Lecture| Bangalore

NOVEMBER 14:
IET Lord Austin Lecture | Chennai

DECEMBER 04:

IET Pinkerton Lecture 2014 | Bangalore


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The Local Network rounds of Present Around the World (PATW), IET’s presentation competition for young engineers have just concluded. The winners will compete at the South Asia Regional Finals that will be held in New Delhi on September 6, 2014.

The winner will have the honour of competing at the Global Finals in London in November 2014.



Region Winner College Topic
Bangalore Ajay Gopal BMS College of Engineering Manufacturing the Lean Way!- Exploring the Lean Philosophy
Chennai Usama Tariq Rasheed MGR The UTR - Steering Wheel
Kolkata Sudeshna Saha Techno India Salt Lake Scientific breakthroughs in batteries-- the Super-Powered Batteries and the Jelly Batteries
Mumbai Omkar Patil Mahatma Gandhi Mission’s College of Engineering and Technology The alternate vehicle
New Delhi Jyotika Pruthi ITM, Gurgaon Computer Based Early Diagnosis of Disease Glaucoma Using Image Processing
Pune Srishti Ganjoo Pune Institute of Computer Technology Nanodrones
Sri Lanka P G G N Wickramasinghe University of Moratuwa Underwater Remotely Operated Vehicle

We will be back with more updates on the South Asia Regional Finals in the upcoming issue of Member Matters. Stay tuned and here’s wishing the contestants all the very best for the South Asia Regional Finals.



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Dear Members,

Word Matters is back with another simple and fun to do puzzle. One lucky winner will win exciting prizes from the IET!

Instructions

Fill in the correct answers
Arrange the circled letters in the space provided.
A message will reveal itself! Send the message to us at membermatters@theiet.in
along with your name, contact number and e-mail id.


1. IET Kolkata LN recently organised an international conference titled

2. One of the two recently formed IET Local Networks

3. The IET Pune LN visited this newly inaugurated mass transit system: The Mumbai -----------

4. Name the woman entrepreneur who delivered the Technology Leadership Talk organised by Bangalore LN.

5. The IET Bangalore LN and CII jointly organised an event on innovation here.


The IET Mumbai LN and K J Somaiya Institute of Engineering and Information Technology recently initiated a competition for engineering students titled Nurturing Intelligence for ……………………. engineers.


Mail the answer to us at membermatters@theiet.in

* Terms & Conditions Apply

Congratulations



The winner of Word Matters Contest #7 is GowthamanSelvaraju, Senior Signalling Engineer,
Atkins, Bangalore.

Congratulations Gowthaman!



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Harsha B S

Harsha joined the IET India team in May 2014 as Assistant Manager – Marketing. He is an engineering graduate in Electronics & Communication and holds a Diploma in Event Management. His experience includes stints with EMMVEE Photovoltaics and India Electronics and Semiconductor Association (IESA).

A food explorer and adventure sports freak, Harsha enjoys playing cricket and is an avid fan of Sachin Tendulkar.




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