Give back to the engineering community

Bringing together industry and academia, IET Communities provide engineers around the world a platform to network, learn and collaborate.

Across the globe, there are communities of IET members, passionate about engineering and technology, keen to share this knowledge with others. They are united by proximity, areas of expertise, career stage and even specific goals.

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What are Communities?

Our Communities bring engineers and technicians together, either online or face to face.

They cover many areas of the world and a wide range of technical disciplines.

This short film explains what Communities are and how you can get involved.

The Communities Committee South Asia (CCSA)

The CCSA was set up to support regional activities, driving communication between communities and sharing best practice methods. The CCSA also advises the Communities Resourcing Committee on how a resource should be allocated and helps communities keep track of and meet their KPIs.

Whether they’re geographical, technical or age-focused, the CCSA supports all our communities.

Meet the Committee members

NameDesignation
Mr Kapil KhannaChairman
R N RajpootVice-Chair/Treasurer
Ved PrakashYPCC Rep
Neha SinghSenior Staff member
Sujan ShekarElected member of the CCSA
Prof S CloudinElected member of the CCSA
Rajesh PatwardhanMember
Dr Surajit ChattopadhyayMember
Prof Deepak KshirsagarMember
Prof Preeti D BhamreMember
Prof Rukmal JayasingheMember
Bright Reginold RajaMember
Vivek Ram VasanMember

Key activities of the CCSA

  • Coordinate the planning of community activities in the region and advise the Communities Resourcing Committee on allocation of resourcing to the region.
  • Agree and monitor community KPIs with the Communities Resourcing Committee and promote remedial action where required.
  • Allocate funding and other resources to communities in the region (total regional fund allocated to the region by the Communities Resourcing Committee).

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