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The Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE) is India's leading recognised professional society devoted to the advancement of Science and Technology of Electronics, Telecommunication & IT. Government of India has recognised IETE as a Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (SIRO) and also notified as an educational Institution of national eminence. The objectives of IETE focus on advancing electro-technology. The IETE conducts and sponsors technical meetings, conferences, symposia, and exhibitions all over India, publishes technical journals and provides continuing education as well as career advancement opportunities to its members. The IETE focuses on advancement of the Science and Technology of Electronics, Telecommunication, Computers, Information Technology and related areas. Towards this end the Institution promotes and conducts basic engineering and continuing technical education programmes for human resource development.
The Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE) branch at Don Bosco Institute of Technology, Mumbai (DBIT) and IETE Students Forum (ISF) has conducted numerous workshops, events and competitions over the past years. The IETE-DBIT-ISF has been run efficiently mostly by collaborating with the Department of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering (EXTC). The core team of students along with the respective faculty coordinator have ensured that all the students at DBIT got a chance to learn about all the developments in the world of microprocessors, circuit simulations, PCB designing and understanding the working of hardware. It also conducts technical events like Oscillations, which is held across many colleges in Mumbai, including Don Bosco Institute of Technology, Mumbai (DBIT).
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