TECHNICAL SOCIETIES


 ACM Student Chapter

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Department of Information Technology runs a student chapter under the aegis of Association for Computing Machinary (ACM) which is named as ACM Student Chapter @IGDTUW. ACM is world’s largest educational and scientific computing society that delivers resources to advance computing as a   science and a profession. Student Chapter has been successfully hosting numerous events in the field of computing and has helped students improve their programming skills and gain knowledge beyond curriculum. The student chapter organizes technical talks from experts in the field of academics and industry, technical competitions among students and contributes immensely to the Annual Technical Festival of the University ‘INNERVE’. All these events are organized and managed by students of the University under the guidance of faculty advisor. Students from outside the University are often invited to participate in large numbers in such events. In a nutshell, the chapter provides a platform for students to learn technical and organizational skills, thereby preparing them to face the challenging and ever evolving landscape of technology.

 

Faculty Advisor : Mr.Rishabh Kaushal, Assistant Professor, Department of IT.

 

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CSI Student Branch

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Computer Society of India (CSI) Student branch was founded in 2008 with 120 members from Department of Computer Science and Engineering. Members of CSI promote confluence between technology and academia. Through regular workshops, competitions and seminars, CSI student branch has been successfully accomplishing its motto LEARN-ENVISION-INSPIRE and continues to strive towards it. Since its formation the society has organized many activities from time to time. These activities include workshops and boot camps on various upcoming technologies, monthly events both formal and informal. These are attended by students of various reputed colleges across Delhi.

 

Faculty Advisor : Ms.Vibha, Assistant Professor, Department of CSE.

 

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 IEEE Student Chapter

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The non-profit organization, IEEE is the world's leading professional association for the advancement of technology. IEEE student branch was inaugurated on 6th Feb. 2004  with around 33 members. Now the student branch of IEEE boasts of 200 members. The IEEE Student Branch remains active throughout the year with its myriad activities. Other events that keep the branch breathing throughout the year are the IEEE Week, IEEE Day Celebration, and SIGs (Student Interest Groups). The IEEE Student Branch continues to uphold its mission "To encourage innovation and technical excellence amongst young engineers to achieve socially constructive technical development towards a globally competent India."

Faculty Advisor : Dr.Jasdeep Kaur, Associate Professor, Department of ECE.


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American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Chapter

The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) chapter was established under the guidance of Mr. Vivek Chawla, Assistant Professor, Department of MAE. ASME IGDTUW in its attempt, to pursue desired objectives, which include popularization of the organization and facilitating applicative technical thinking, has organized various events such as industrial visits, specialized seminar on Rapid Prototyping and other expert lectures to name a few for the benefit of the students.

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ENACTUS

Enactus is an international nonprofit organization that brings together students, academic practitioners and business leaders who are committed to using the power of entrepreneurial action to improve the quality of life and standard of living for the people in need. This society aims to take up one entrepreneurial venture at a time and use it to create self-sufficiency in the under privileged strata of society with underprivileged individuals.

 

Faculty Advisor : Dr.Nidhi Goel, Associate Professor, Department of ECE.

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ROBOLUTION

Team Robolution is the robotics team of IGDTUW. The team comprises of students from various branches (CS, IT, ECE & MAE) including the 1st year students. The new members are trained/mentored by the previous members and encouraged to take part in various inter-college and national robotic Events/Competitions. Every year, team Robolution participates in an Asia-Pacific Robot Contest ABU-ROBOCON, which has a different theme each year.

 

Faculty Advisor : Dr.Nidhi Goel, Associate Professor, Department of ECE.

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 LEAN IN

Lean In at Indira Gandhi Delhi University for Women was established in 2014 and it was among the first five chapters of the world. The members organize weekly meetings to talk over the relevance of women empowerment and to discuss the impacts that were created single handed-ly by women leaders. Currently, it has 200 members and 15 functional circles with a Lean In at IGDTUW council which has conducted events like Orientation by Council Members, Curtain Raiser events and Corporate Training Sessions.

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