The Department

Professional Society


The Institution of Engineers (India) [IEI]

The Institution of Engineers (India) [IEI] is a statutory body to promote and advance the engineering and technology, established in 1920 and incorporated by Royal Charter in 1935. It is the largest multi-disciplinary professional body of engineers encompassing 15 (fifteen) engineering disciplines with a membership of more than 820 thousand, and serving the nation for more than 9 decades. The IEI has its headquarters located in Kolkata with national presence through more than hundred Centres and several Overseas Chapters, Foras and Organ.

IEEE Control Systems Society Chapter

IEEE is the world’s largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity.
The IEEE Control Systems Society is dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practice of systems and control. Its focus is to promote scientific, technological, and educational advancements in the fields of automatic control, decision making, theory and applications, all over the world. Application areas include, and not limited to, aerospace systems, automotive systems, communication networks, cyber-physical systems, manufacturing, micro/nano systems, power grids, process control, robotics, smart communities, and systems and synthetic biology.




In order to build consistent rapport with industries, the Department of E&I has its association and relevant activities. In addition to the regular activities like guest lectures by eminent professionals, arranging technical visits, and seminars are in the regular agenda. It has been organizing a National level technical meet every year.


ISTE plays a great role in enhancing the status of Engineering teachers and students and fulfilling their professional needs. It is ably supported by the Ministry of HRD, AICTE, State Governments and many International agencies in organizing a variety of programmes to develop the competency of Engineering teachers. Our college student chapter has over 1000 members and regularly conducts special lectures, workshops and seminars.




The Society of Instrumentation professionals was established in the year 1970, with head quarters at Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. It strives to act as a link between academic institutions and the instrumentation industry, by organising several programs. It aims to provide a forum for pooling the knowledge and experience of individuals, participants from scientific institutions and industrial organizations interested in promoting development of instruments and instrumentation systems. It acts as an exchange bureau for dissemination of technical information through periodic and special publications, appraising the technical and scientific personnel in the industries and research institutions, exchange of knowledge in the field of instrumentation by the industries, educational and scientific institutions mutually.