The IEEE Student Branch of UVCE has been interminably striving to hoist the student community and empower its members to enhance their learning experience. The organization's commitment to enhancing and upgrading the core knowledge base of the students to the industry standards is reflected in the host of social, cultural and technical activities organized by it throughout the year. Rekindled in 2001, the student branch has come to be one of the most recognized student branches across the Region 10 of IEEE, enabling it's members to make full use of their IEEE membership and encouraging them to be a part of the global IEEE community.
IMPETUS is IEEE UVCE's National level Technical Extravaganza started in the year 2001. For twenty years now, it has been serving as a platform for the students to showcase their skills and share their views. It brings together the brilliant minds, whose direction of thought has been streamlined by extensive knowledge, to compete in an arena marked by fight for creativity, excellence and innovation. Held on an inter-collegiate level, this fest sees a footfall of over 1000 students every year. IMPETUS is a technical fest designed for a change and with vivid difference.
KAGADA is the Annual National level Technical Paper, Project and Poster Presentation Competition organized by IEEE UVCE Student Branch. Technical Papers are presented under 2 tracks namely UG/PG Paper Presentation and WIE Paper Presentation. In addition to Paper presentation, Project and Poster Presentation contests are also conducted. Ottige Kaliyona, an initiative where government school children are taught to use technology and develop social skills, is also conducted as part of KAGADA.
CODEFURY, introduced three years ago, is an Annual National level Hackathon conducted by IEEE UVCE Computer Society. The main task of the Hackathon is to create a Web or Android/iOS Application related to the problem domain which is given on the spot. The problem domains given in the last 3 iterations were 'Building a platform to aid women empowerment and safety', 'Building an E-commerce application' and 'Jobs for all: Effective management of unorganised labour post COVID-19'. The Hackathon sees about 200 participants from all over the country, come together to showcase their coding skills earnestly.