Many professional, or disciplinary, societies were founded to support the single disciplines for which they are named. And yet in recent decades, these societies, like many other organizations, have been increasingly called on to expand their relationships to new fields of research. In addition, a new breed of professional society has arisen, mostly after World War II that is primarily interdisciplinary.
Most researchers are members of professional societies. When these societies choose to support a particular policy, they convey the “voice” of the research enterprise with a unique degree of legitimacy. They now have the opportunity to raise that voice on behalf of interdisciplinary research and education: to broaden the interdisciplinary outlook of scientists, to recognize young interdisciplinary scientists of talent, and to facilitate the interdisciplinary strengths of their society.
The mission of the professional societies is primarily educational and informational. Their influence flows from their continuing and highly visible functions: to publish professional journals, to develop professional excellence, to raise public awareness, and to make awards. Through their work, they help to define and set standards for their professional fields and to promote high standards of quality through awards and other forms of recognition.
Membership in professional organizations is important and necessary as we strive to stay informed of current developments in our fields of expertise. It’s also important as we establish and maintain contacts with those who share similar interests and goals, and to keep the impact and importance of our work in the public eye.
IEEE is the world’s largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity. IEEE and its members inspire a global community through its highly cited publications, conferences, technology standards, and professional and educational activities.
Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE) is India’s leading recognized professional society devoted to the advancement of Science and Technology of Electronics, Telecommunication & IT, founded in 1953. The purpose of ISF is to give a platform for the student members to exchange ideas by organizing/participating technical programs and activities. They would get the benefit for technical visits / practical training / project work in R&D laboratories/ industries that increases their spirit of self-reliance and professionalism.
The Institution Of Mechanical Engineers (India) is one of the oldest professional institutions in India established in 1914 to promote, advance and update knowledge, business & practice of mechanical engineering professionals.
As the world’s top member organization dedicated to computer science and technology, the IEEE Computer Society advances the theory, practice, and application of computer and information-processing science and technology, as well as the professional standing of its members.
BVCCE constituted a cell comprising of all departments to look after the issues related to Professional societies coordination .The main agenda of PSC is to review the professional societies membership process and to motivate faculty members and students to enroll for memberships of different department associations.
1.Mr.N.Seshu kumar Asst.professor -Convener –EEE
2.Mrs.K.Nirmala Asst.professor -Faculty Member-CSE
3.Mr.D.Manoj kumar Asst.professor -Faculty Member-S&H
4.Ms.Navya Deepthi Asst.professor -Faculty Member-ECE
5.Mr.V.Naveen Asst.professor -Faculty Member -ME
Executive Body Members-A.Y.2018-19
Honorable Chair Person – JOGAVAJHULA KASYAP (IV B.Tech EEE)
Honorable Secretary – NAGIREDDI TARUNSAI(II B.Tech)
Staff Advisor – Assistant Prof.N.SESHU KUMAR
- Jhansi yasaswini (I B.Tech CSE)
- Siva ganga (II B.Tech ECE)
- Praveen kumar (III B.Tech EEE)
- Murthy (IV B.Tech MECH)
- Paper Presentation Contests
- Hardware Contests
- Group Discussions
- Guest Lectures
- Technical Quizzes
- Hobby Club