December 2022 Issue

Message from Chair

Dear Esteemed Members,

Thank you for your IEEE membership. Hope that you are enjoying the benefits of being a valued member.

As we are reaching end of December 2022, please consider this as a Thank You note for assigning us the volunteering leadership positions of IEEE India Council for the years 2021 and 2022.

Our predecessors have built the foundation of IEEE India Council and we have tried our best to make them still deeper and stronger, while upholding equality, ethics as well as diversity. One of our major objectives was to support each other among sections, absorb the good practices and move together forward. In the past two years, we have had regular meetings of various committee members almost once a week. We closed with 7 Execom meetings in 2022. This has surely helped in building a strong bond amongst all the 13 sections as well as India Council. Even a pandemic like COVID-19 could not dampen our activities.

We feel immensely proud to associate with MGA as well as Region 10 to support some of our sister sections when they were facing challenges in streamlining their election process.

We started with an Action Plan document and every Vice Chair was assigned responsibilities to conduct events under the respective portfolio. Everyone has exceeded our expectations – in fact, IC was involved in almost 2 events per week. Two IEEE Milestones within India were dedicated to the nation during these two years, which make all of us proud and we need to identify such potential milestones in the years to come.

We observed that many of the activities under India Council were done on ad-hoc basis and needed to be streamlined. IEEE India Council Award portal is now made fully digital and transparent. The portal developed has been working perfectly and is also adopted by many sections. The web site was also revamped with new features, and the e-notice submission process has been improved to authenticate with appropriate reviews and approvals.

In addition to existing HOPE Foundation joint awards, a new Award namely POWERGRID Award has also been instituted. The award popularity has increased and the jury for selection of awardees is constituted every time with top notch personalities.

Communication is a vital element and the IC News Letter, IC Vaani has taken new avatar and we received great appreciation on that.

India Council has invested enough time and effort on MOVE Outreach India program, which has traveled a long way. A recent meeting again entrusted India Council team to take this program forward.

We decided to host IC Awards night to celebrate the achievements in India Council awardees, and this has come true in 2022. The awards were bestowed on the awardees, on 25th of November 2022 at a glittering ceremony at Bolgatty Palace grounds, Kochi, in the presence of almost 600 people.

AISYWLC, INDICON and INDISCON are the major flagship conferences of IEEE India Council. This time, India Council took a challenging lead to closely associate with Kerala section to make INDICON 2022 with surplus fund. It is estimated that almost 5 lakh INR of surplus fund is expected as returns to India Council this year. This is very important to IC for financial sustenance.

We are thankful to Region 10 for recognizing IC activities and supporting with financial assistance as well as suitable guidance. We place on record the support of all Vice Chairs, close and cordial association of all the Sections and their Chairs.

Once again, we would like to put on record your support received in carrying out our responsibilities.

Dr. K. R. Suresh Nair

Message from Editor

“From my personal experience, IEEE stands for 3 High-Level Benefits i.e. Participation, Volunteering & Networking” 

Being in IEEE for the last 7 Years now, I haven’t volunteered or got an opportunity to serve Council on this large scale-level as I got in 2022 by being appointed as the Editor of IEEE India Council Vaani.

Being the last issue of IC Newsletter in 2022 Tenure, I want to heartedly thank you for taking the time to share your continuous feedback/suggestions so that we can improve your own newsletter to another level.

Last but not least, my thanks goes to the whole IEEE IC Vaani Team including Core Members as well as all Section Representatives due to whom we were able to sustainably get reports from all the sections in equal measure and present in front of you.

Signing off from IEEE IC Vaani 2022 and handing over to the new team of 2023 Tenure! 

Ramneek Kalra

IEEE India Council Awardees 2022


H. L. Bajaj
Former GM BHEL, Former Chairperson of CEA, IC Chair (1991-1993)
Sivaji Chakravorti
Professor, Jadavpur University, Former Director NIT Calicut, IC Chair (2017-2018)
A. G. Hareendralal
Anantha Gangah Institute of Engineers, Section Chair Kerala (1992)

IEEE IC Technology, Volunteer and Student Branch Awards

Dilip Pratihar | Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
Technologist of the Year

IEEE Kharagpur Section

Gayatri Phade | Sandip Institute of Technology & Research Centre, Nashik
Woman Technologist of the Year

IEEE Bombay Section

Pooja Singh | SIES GST, Nerul
Woman Technologist of the Year

IEEE Bombay Section

Anu Mohamed Abdul Salam | Government Engineering College, Trivandrum
Outstanding Volunteer (>35 years)

IEEE Kerala Section

Chengappa M R | Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Outstanding Volunteer (>35 years)

IEEE Bangalore Section

Saurabh N. Mehta | Vidyalankar Institute of Technology
Outstanding Volunteer (>35 years)

IEEE Bombay Section

Aniketh Shenoy | Shri Madhwa Vadiraja Institute of Technology and Management
Outstanding Student Volunteers

IEEE Bangalore Section

Shivam Grover | S.B. Jain Institute of Tech Nagpur
Outstanding Student Volunteers

IEEE Bombay Section

Pawan Kumar | Indian Institute of Technology Indore
Outstanding Student Volunteers

IEEE Madhya Pradesh Section

Ridham Chitre | A.D. Patel Institute of Technology
Outstanding Student Volunteers

IEEE Gujarat Section

Gokul C M | Government Engineering College Barton Hill, Thiruvananthapuram
Outstanding Student Volunteers

IEEE Kerala Section

Ambati Sai Anirudh | Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology
Outstanding Student Volunteers

IEEE Hyderabad Section

Mohamed Aashik S | St. Joseph's College of Engineering
Outstanding Student Volunteers

IEEE Madras Section

Pallab Gogoi | Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
Outstanding Student Volunteers

IEEE Kharagpur Section

Devang Pingle | College of Engineering Pune
Outstanding Student Volunteers

IEEE Pune Section

Akshat Aggarwal | Netaji Subhas University of Technology
Outstanding Student Volunteers

IEEE Delhi Section

Sangeeta Singh | Vardhaman College of Engineering
Outstanding WiE Professional Volunteers

IEEE Hyderabad Section

Josna V R | Govt. Engineering College Thiruvananthapuram
Outstanding WiE Student Volunteers

IEEE Kerala Section

Vandana | Chauhan Chandigarh University
Outstanding WiE Student Volunteers

IEEE Delhi Section

Abinayaa Sri | T St. Joseph's College of Engineering
Outstanding WiE Student Volunteers

IEEE Madras Section

Yeshwanth L M | DXC Technology
Outstanding YP Volunteers

IEEE Bangalore Section

Federal Institute of Science and Technology
Outstanding Student Branch

IEEE Kerala Section

St. Joseph's College of Engineering
Outstanding Student Branch

IEEE Madras Section

Marathwada Mitra Mandal's College of Engineering
Outstanding Emerging Student Branch

IEEE Pune Section

Babu Banarsi Das Institute of Technology and Management
Outstanding Emerging Student Branch

IEEE Uttar Pradesh Section

POWERGRID - IEEE IC Excellence Awards

Mr. Neeraj Joshi | POWERGRID
Young Engineer Category

IEEE India Council Announcements

Greetings from IEEE India Council ExCom

This exciting journey of 2022 comes to an end. Thanks to IEEE family members for being a constant support in this journey. It was a great experience working for with the prime motive of “Advancing Technology for the Betterment of Humanity”. We will try our best to support you all for the next edition also, of course with the new team. 

Wishing you all a happy, safe, and fruitful new year 2023.


IEEE Mysore Sub Section is organizing the IEEE INDISCON-2023 at GSSS Institute of Engineering & Technology for Women from August 5-7, 2023, in association with IEEE India Council and IEEE Bangalore SectionIEEE INDISCON-2023 is the 4th Annual Flagship India Council International Subsections Conference. The main aim of this international conference is to bring researchers from all the esteemed institutes of the World.

The theme of this conference is to encourage researchers from academia and Industry to explore and exchange their ideas and knowledge in the cutting-edge research of Computational Intelligence and Learning Systems.

Important Dates:
Last Date for Paper Submission: 15 March 2023
Notification of Acceptance: 15 May 2023
Final Camera Ready Paper: 7 June 2023
Early Registration Last Date: 10 June 2023
Registration Last Date: 30 June 2023
Date of Conference: 5-7 August 2023

Full-length original research contributions and review articles not exceeding eight pages as per the IEEE double-column format shall be uploaded for IEEE INDISCON-2023 via Microsoft CMT online submission system. Paper Submission Link: 

Call for Reviewers: 

Conference URL:

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Section Events

4th IEEE Bombay Section Signature Conference (IBSSC-2022)

Event Details:

  • The 4th IEEE Bombay Section Signature Conference (IBSSC-2022) is an international conference organized by IEEE Bombay Section and SVKM’s NMIMS MPSTME, Mumbai, India. The conference theme of IBSSC 2022 was ‘Frontiers of Technology: Fuelling prosperity of the planet and people.’
  • The event was organised from 8th December 2022 to 10th December 2022 at Mukesh Patel Auditorium and the timing was from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.
  • ’ This flagship event has served as a forum for disseminating the most recent advances in AI, Data Science, ML, and Robotics & Automation, as well as potential research prospects.
  • It was a three-day event that included seminars and talks on intellectual technical topics along with paper presentations by students and professionals from all over the globe.
  • The presentations were based on the following tracks:
    • Advances and application in AI and Machine Learning
    • Data Science and Analytics
    • Advances in Communication and information security system
    • Robotics and Automation
  • IBSSC 2O22 ended with a delightful Valedictory ceremony where the Past Chair of IEEE India Council & Bombay Section gave a talk on What IEEE meant for me in my journey from a Student to Life Member.

Key Takeaways:

  • Participants challenged themselves to work on these highly technical topics and present a research work consisting of several aspects about the technology use, future scope, use and result of their entire study.
  • Participants developed their soft skills while preparing and presenting their work and answering to the questions by the jury.
  • The tutorials and expert talks were a great way of transferring ideas from great minds to enlighten participants with the facts and actual state of market and the need of the hour.

StreeTECH : A Leadership & Networking Symposium for Women in Technology

Event Details:

  • It is a section conference organized by IEEE Bombay Section WIE Affinity Group supported by IEEE Bombay Section & VSIT WIE AG, Mumbai, India. This One Day WIE Bombay Section Symposium was organized successfully on December 17th 2022.
  • Industry and academic experts, panel discussion on gender diversity and role of women in nation development motivates participants to actively participate in various programs contributing towards nation building.
  • Speakers:
    • Shobha Rao (Scientific Officer, TIFR)
    • Lakshmi Iyer (SIES, Sion)
    • Jignasha Dalal (Corporate Trainer, Rapid Innovations)
    • Chitralekha Vaidya (CEO, Varshsookt Consultants)
    • Corina Van Dam (Learning and innovation manager, Maitrayana)
  • Panellists for Panel Discussion:
    • Vandana Nanal (Sr. Professor, TIFR)
    • Anupama Shenoy (RAIT, Navi Mumbai)
    • Sarika Chouhan (CAO, VSIT Wadala)
    • Varsha Turkar (VIT, Wadala)
    • Dhananjay Patel (VIT, Wadala)
  • This symposium provided abundant opportunities to participants to get connected with people (women as well as men) at technical and leadership roles as well as at managerial positions.
  • This aims to provide a positive and supportive environment by hosting technical sessions by women and gender minority individuals as well as hosting leadership sessions, Panel Discussion and networking. StreeTECH enthusiastically accommodates anyone who supports this initiative regardless of gender identity or technical background.

Participants: 53+

Key Takeaways:

  • It results to be an outreach activity to get connected with all the volunteers of student WIE AGs across Bombay section.
  • Women and girls are found to be encouraged to pursue careers in science, engineering, and technology.
  • It also focused on supporting and promoting women engineers and scientists.

The Bridge: Tech to Innovation: Industry Academia Workshop

Event Details:

  • IEEE JUIT SB and Technology Incubation and Entrepreneurship Development Cell (TIEDC) conducted the workshop Sponsored by IEEE R10 region, in collaboration with India Council, Industry Relation & Education Activities of IEEE Calcutta, & IEEE Delhi Section organized at Jaypee University of Information Technology ( JUIT ), Solan, Himachal Pradesh .
  • Eminent speakers from Industry and Academia became a part of this Workshop. It started with the inauguration ceremony where the Chief Guest Prof. Rajeev Ahuja, Prof & Director IIT Ropar, the Prof. Kailash Srivastava, Senior Engineer RnD and Adjunct Prof IIT Mandi, Shri Dr. Satish Kumar, Ex- Director, NIT Kurukshetra, Prof. Rajendra Kumar Sharma Vice Chancellor JUIT, Prof. Suresh Nair Chair IEEE India Council , Prof. Prerna Gaur Director NSUT West Campus and Prof. Shruti Jain Associate Dean were present  on the dice.
  • Sanjay Choudhary, Chair IRC R 10, Dr R Jadeja, Treasurer R10, Dr S Mukhopadhyay, Dr Arun Singh, Dr Rashmi attended Inauguration in online mode.
  • The Vice Chancellor of JUIT and Associate Dean & IEEE Branch Counselor delivered a welcome note .Further , Prof Rajeev Ahuja followed by Prof Kailash Srivastava, Senior R&D engineer at ABB Sweden and currently serving as adjunct professor at IIT Mandi, also Padma Shri Dr. Satish Kumar, Ex- director at NIT Kurukshetra shared some of their experiences.
  • The online keynote began with Prof Suresh Nair, IEEE India Council Chair Elect, and Chief Technology Advisor to the Foundation for Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship, followed by vote of thanks by Prof Prerna Gaur, Director West Campus, NSUT.
  • Later, the workshop proceeded towards Panel Discussion. The workshop reached its next milestone which was Theme Based Discussion ‘Trending skill requirement in the industry’, ‘Upcoming Domains to build career in’, ‘Importance of Industrial Training for BTech Students’ were some of the topics of discussion .
  • With this session, the students took the mirage of knowledge with them.

Key Takeaways:

An opportunity for the students to hear the perspectives and views of the Academia and Industry leaders on current state, issues and challenges.

Looking at the success stories and collaboration on Research and Innovation and learning that collaboration is the key to replicating success were the key objectives of this workshop.

SAMVAAD 2022 –Awareness on Cyber Security, Data Privacy & Cyber Law

Event Details:

Silver Oak University IEEE Student Branch in association with IEEE Gujarat Section and IEEE GS Computer Society Chapter brought “Samvaad 2022 – Awareness on Cyber Security, Data Privacy & Cyber Law”. The session started on 20th December with a warm welcome to the speaker, Mr. Manan Thakker with a bouquet of gratitude for sparing his time and knowledge with the students as well as the very eager professors of Silver Oak University. The speaker started with a disclaimer and an introduction of CLS a consulting firm in cyber law advisory. Mr. Manan Thakker himself being an IEEE member and Cyberlaw consultant impressed everyone with his presence and knowledge regarding Awareness of Cyber Security with his orientation. He started the lecture by briefing the participants on recent cyber cases as well as the Legal Provision of Indian Cyber Law. The speaker took an initiative to inform participants about Cyber Crimes and Imprisonment with its legal sections. The participants were introduced to cases regarding leakage of the online meeting, and recent cases in work from home. All those sensitive cases were delivered by the speaker in a light-hearted way making it more interactive for participants and a warning. Mr. Thakker introduced a method of prevention for Cyber Space, Digital Depression, and Cyber Stress. He showed a method of sound and ‘mantra’ called ‘Maha Mantra Meditations’ to detox or relax, those who are depressed or stressed in this ‘Kali Yug’. The session ended with an interactive questionnaire where Mr. Thakker acknowledged curious participants’ queries.

Participants: 72

Key Takeaways:

Laws behind all Cybercrimes and the Precautions taken to prevent cybercrime was explained by the speaker. He showed a method of sound and ‘mantra’ called ‘Maha Mantra Meditations’ to detox or relax, those who are depressed or stressed in this ‘Kali Yug’.

Section Student Congress’22

Event Details:

Section Student Congress’22 is an Annual Flagship event organized by IEEE Hyderabad Section, Student Activity Committee. The event is organized at Tagore auditorium, Osmania University, Hyderabad, on the 10th and 11th of December 2022 with the theme – “The Era of Eduployment”.

Day 1 of SSC’22 – few speakers addressed the event with their inspiring words to motivate the young minds. The first session of the congress on ‘50 years of C; Is it time to retire it?’ by Mr. Bhyrava Prasad, Vice-President, One Convergence Devices Pvt. Ltd. Followed by Dr. Amit Kumar on ‘Running Successful Societies/Chapters/AGs in IEEE OUs and SBs’. The next session was ‘Effective Leadership’, by Madhav Negi.Then, there was a session on ‘Creative Thinking – Think Out of the box!” by Shri Gunta Laxman.

Day 2 of the event started with “AHSC – All Hyderabad Computer Society Congress” with the theme of 50 years of C language by Mr. M.A Jabbar, Computer Society Chair, IEEE Hyderabad Section. The next session was by Mr. Kumar Rajamani, senior Manager Algorithm, KLA Tencor on “Introduction to Deep Learning and its Applications using FASTAI.” Next, there was a session on “Advancement and challenges in Cyber Security” by Mr. Ajith Menon. After that, there was a session on “RF & Microwave Education and its increasing importance “by Dr. Sandeep Chaturvedi, chair, MTT/APS Jt. Chapter, IEEE Hyderabad Section. The next session was by Mr. Rishi Manoj sir, Junior Biomedical engineer, India Pvt. Ltd, on Potential Opportunities in Biomedical Engineering.

Then there was a panel discussion on bridging the gap between Education and Employment. At the end of the event, there was Awards and a valedictory function.

Participants: 320

WIE AG Flagship Event Lalitha Memorial Lecture(LML) & 25 years of WIE Celebrations

Event Details:

Women in Engineering Affinity Group (WIE AG), IEEE Hyderabad Section has initiated a Lecture Series in the memory of “Ayyalasomayajula Lalitha”, the first Woman Engineer in India. This is the fifth flagship event of WIE AG, IEEE Hyderabad Section. The fifth LML talk is given by Dr.Tessy Thomas, Distinguished Scientist, DRDO on 16th December 2022(Online) at 5 PM- 6 PM. After the Lalitha Memorial Lecture (LML), 25 years of celebrations of WIE AG are followed. An invited talk on the occasion of 25 years WIE AG is given by Dr. Uma Devi Scientist NRSC, from 6.30 PM to 7.30 PM. Many Industry Professionals, Young Professionals / Faculty in Academic Institutions, and Research Scholars/ Students were invited to this Professional Development Program.

Participants: 120

Key Takeaways:

The vision of initiation of this lecture is “minimizing the gender gap and assisting sustainable development of our country for Science, Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship among women”. 

The mission of this lecture is to promote, to excel, to motivate young girls towards STEM, to make every woman to participate and reach their goals professionally, to emphasize, to retain and bring back the women dropping out in large numbers in mid-career into work force and to inculcate a “career identity” in strong young brains, which makes them to handle the demands of their personal and professional lives.

Kochi Hub Meet ‘22

Event Details:

The IEEE Kochi Hub in association with the IEEE SB SJCET organized its annual flagship event, Kochi Hub Meet (KHM) ‘22 on the 10th and 11th of December 2022 at St. Joseph’s College of Engineering and Technology, Palai. The specific objective of this program was to mold our attendees into industry-ready professionals and to make them ready for the upcoming revolutions in technical and non-technical domains. Through a well-defined course of training and activities, we aimed to upskill the caliber of 70 student engineers within the IEEE Kerala Section and developed them as dedicated industry-ready professionals. The ceremony was blessed with the presence of prominent personalities like Mr. Anbumunee P, Chief Architect at IBM Software Lab, Dr. M V Rajesh, Chair of IEEE Kochi Hub, and Dr. Elizabeth Rita Samuel, VSAC of IEEE Kochi Hub.

Participants: 70

Key Takeaways:

  • Students from various institutes across the Kochi Hub showcased their talents in different fields.
  • We were able to create a group of talented people who can foster innovative ideas that can potentially shape the future of our society.

Faculty Development Programme

Event Details:

IEEE Madras Section organized and sponsored three faculty development programs on the topic such as,

  • Computational Intelligence – Algorithms and Implementation
  • Smart Grid Simulation;
  • Recent Trends in 5G Communication Networks.

The Faculty Development Program on Computational Intelligence – Algorithms and Implementation were organized from 26.12.2022 to 31.12.2022 by the Vel Tech student branch and IEEE Madras Section.

Faculty Development Program on Smart Grid Simulation on 21 & 22 December 2022, which Vel Tech Student Branch, in association with IEEE Madras Section, organized.

Additionally, the Faculty Development Program on Recent Trends in Sri Sairam Engineering College conducted 5G Communication Networks from 26.12.2022 to 30.12.2022 in association with IEEE Madras Section. Dr S. Brindha, Chair, IEEE VTS MAS, Prof./ECE, SEC, briefed about the FDP. Dr K.Porkumaran, Chairman-IEEE MAS, inaugurated and delivered the inaugural address, and Dr J. Raja, HOD /ECE/SEC, delivered the special speech.

Registration Count: 200+

Key Takeaways:

Eminent speakers from diverse regions shared their knowledge on the topics such as Computational Intelligence and its Algorithms and Implementation, Smart Grid Simulation and Recent Trends in 5G Communication Networks. They explained the concepts detailed and with practical scenarios. Faculties attended gained in-depth knowledge of the topics.

Technical Meeting

Event Details:

IEEE Madras Section organized and sponsored six Technical Meetings, such as

  1. SSN College of Engineering, in association with IEEE Madras section, IEEE Madras YP & WIE, organized a five Days Student Development Program on “Insight on Convolutional Neural Network” from 7.12.2022 to 11.12.2022 by Dr T. Sree Sharmila, Chairperson, IEEE WIE Madras Section.
  2. IEEE Madras Section Professional Activities Committee organized a “Workshop on IEEE Author” from 12.12.2022 to 14.12.2022. Dr Periasamy Pradeep R, Training manager EBSCO & IEEE, handled the session.
  3. Technical Meeting on “Design of Solar System for your Home: Beginners” by Lieutenant Dr T D Subash, Dean Research & Innovation, VISAT Engineering College on 15.12.2022.
  4. IEEE Madras Section & IEEE Student Branch – Nandha Engineering College organized Technical Meeting on the topic “Information Technologies That Matter Most in 2023 and Beyond” by Dr San Murugesan, Editor in Chief, IEEE Intelligent System, Sydney, Australia, on 21.12.22.
  5. Technical Meeting on the topic, “Optical Switching Networks and Its Research Challenges”, by Dr L. Bharathi, Professor & Head, ECE, Ramachandra College of Engineering, Eluru, Andhra Pradesh, was held on 30.12.2022.
  6. Technical Meeting on the topic, “Future trends in VLSI Technology”  by Dr Ranganathan Vijayaraghavan, Consultant and Trainer, IBIS Academy, Bangalore, on 31.12.2022.

Registration Count: 100+

Key Takeaways:

  • Participants gained theoretical and practical knowledge on topics such as Neural Networks, the Design of the Solar System, Information Technologies needed in 2023, and optical switching Networks and got to know more about future trends in VLSI Technology.
  • Workshop on the topic IEEE Author made participants learn how to publish Research Papers and the steps to follow.

Figma and Flutter Bootcamp

Event Details:

The Information Technology Student Association (ITSA) and PCCOE IEEE Student Branch collectively organized ‘Figma and Flutter Bootcamp’ from 12 Dec to 15 Dec. With increase in mobile and web applications, developing user centric prototypes is more of a mandate. Considering the need, the event was organized with the primary goal of providing students a deeper understanding of why Figma, Flutter are important and help them gain hands-on experience with these technologies in building applications. Event saw enthusiastic participation from all the departments at PCCOE in learning and hands-on activities conducted during the boot camp. The event was instructed by Yash Jaybhaye of PCCOE (TY IT).

Partcipants: 400

Key Takeaways:

  • To start off, the first day included a basic introductory session where preliminary knowledge of OOPs (object-oriented programming) was provided to the attendees.
  • On the next day, students were acquainted with designing a framework for a ‘Youtube downloader’ using Figma.
  • Post the introductions about OOPs and frameworks, attendees were given an in depth introduction about how Flutter works and how to build a basic application using it.
  • The workshop ended with implementation of concepts taught through a project, along with acquaintance to some more advanced features

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