SWEBOK Training Program
IEEE is organising a training workshop on a Software Engineering Body Of Knowledge(SWEBOK)
software. Many universities and colleges in the US have adopted SWEBOK and blended the course contents into their
software engineering curriculum. The adoption of SWEBOK at Universities and colleges helps to prepare the students
for the IT industry. SWEBOK program is widely accepted and practiced in the USA, Europe, Japan and India by both
industry and academy.The training is free for IEEE Members. After the training the students can appear for a test
and depending on performance will be awarded with a certificate which has a very good value in US based
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IEEE DTU had organized Troika 2016 on 19-21 February 2015. Troika, which is Russian for "a
set of three", represents the three pillars of engineering: Approach, Theory and Practice. With an array of
competitive events covering all aspects of technical aptitude, Troika is one of the most eagerly awaited Techfests
of North India and attracts participation from all over the country.
Continuing the rich legacy, Troika 2016 was an exhibition of, and a platform for young engineering talent. With
over 3000 participants, this year's troika was a huge success with events related to hardware, software, robotics,
professional conference and paper presentation.
IEEE DTU recently had organized IEEEXtreme 9.0 on 24-25 October 2015. IEEEXtreme is a global
challenge in which teams of IEEE Student members—advised and proctored by an IEEE member, and often supported by
an IEEE Student Branch—compete in a 24-hour time span against each other to solve a set of programming problems.
IEEE DTU is organizing IEEEXtreme from last five years. This year too IEEE DTU successfully organized IEEEXtreme
9.0 on campus for fully 24 hours, i.e., from 24 October (5.30 A.M.) to 25 October (5.30 A.M.). This year total 41
teams participated from IEEE DTU, out of which two teams from IEEE DTU were in top 100s all over the world and in
top 10s in Region 10 (Asia Pacific Region).
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Repertoire, the annual techno-managerial festival was organised from October 14 - October
15. The festival involved the events such as, Panache – the multimedia quiz, S-PAVe – B-Plan and quiz,
Junkyard – innovate from junk and Vihaan (event by WIE group) – use the power of language to empower
Repertoire’15 aimed at bringing out the managerial side of the usual techno-geeks of the institution, and gave
them a chance to develop business acumen. This 2-day festival successfully provided our students with an
opportunity to showcase their managerial skills, as well as take the technical experience to a whole new level
with the coding involved in the simulation of the virtual interfaces.
Cyber Forensics Workshop
IEEE DTU had organized a 2-day workshop on Cyber Forensics. The workshop was conducted
by one of the best
ethical hackers in India, Mr. Sangeet Chopra. The workshop covered the topics like legality of hacking, e-mail's
exploitation and security. Inside threats like operating system hacking and security; and malwares like trojan,
viruses and worms are also discussed. Topics like world wide web attacks, mobile hacking and reverse software
engineering fascinated the students much. Certification of “Certified Information Security Specialist v1” and IT
Security Software Tool Kit (Ethical Hacking Tools) was provided to each attendee, which worth for Rs. 500/-. The
workshop was also supported technically via online portals like: thecollegefever.com, technicalnews.in and
Student Branch Counselor's, Mentor's and Chair's Meet 2015
On 10 October, IEEE DTU had the privilege to organize the Student Branch Counselor's,
Mentor's and Chair's Meet hosted by IEEE Delhi Section and IEEE Region 10. The event saw a participation of more
student branches all across Delhi NCR. Various sessions, talks and discussion on topics like how to raise a
student branch, benefits offered by IEEE Delhi section, ongoing planning and future targets to be achieved by IEEE
Delhi section, functioning of the IEEE, strategies and planning followed to run a student branch in the college,
funding and awards offered by IEEE to make a student branch more stable financially, etc. were conducted. All the
talks were given by the motive to strengthen the student branches and make a stable stand in the college.
IEEE Day Celebrations
IEEE Day was celebrated on October 6 in grand fashion. IEEE DTU members were first subjected
to an exciting quiz on all the SIGs conducted by IEEE DTU. This was followed by an experience-sharing session by
student members who recounted their travails at national and international conferences. Needless to say, a cake
was also cut to commemorate this memorable day!
Also, on such a cheerful occasion, IEEE DTU PES-IAS organised visited an orphanage in Sector 15, Rohini. The team
distributed stationery to the students residing there and also held a drawing competition. The winning students
were awarded prizes.
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IEEE DTU successfully organized another Techweek, in association with 3ST Technologies, from 20-26 August. It
would have series of workshops in different fields for enriching the students with activities outside their main
domain. While we continued with the classic workshops like MATLAB, Graphic Designing, Animation, Programming,
Robotics, Software Development, Web Designing and Wattack, we also ventured onto new paths so as to evolve with
the world and incorporate the latest trends. Few new workshops like SolidWorks, CurrentX and VLSI were introduced
in our schedule this year. IOTA, annual technical journal, which presents the resent advancements in technologies
and research done by the students from different fields, was also released during the Techweek.
On 13 August, IEEE DTU held its orientation session at the BR Ambedkar Auditorium, DTU.
The session aimed to introduce students to IEEE in general, and the IEEE DTU Student Branch. The orientation
commenced with an explanation of the various activities of IEEE and the crucial role it plays in engineering.
Next, the focus was shifted towards IEEE DTU, one of the largest and most active student branches in the R10
region. Our ethos of spreading knowledge was particularly outlined as the students in attendance were introduced
to Special Interest Groups (SIGs), industrial trips, projects and various other resources which will help them
learn and grow in their respective fields. A major question – the reasons for a relatively high membership fee –
was also answered by outlining membership benefits.