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R10 Student Activities Region 10 Meeting 3-4 March 2012 Kolkata, India Takao Onoye, Dr.Eng., Osaka University Regional Student Activities Coordinator Aby.

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1 R10 Student Activities Region 10 Meeting 3-4 March 2012 Kolkata, India Takao Onoye, Dr.Eng., Osaka University Regional Student Activities Coordinator Aby Kurian, Vimal Jyothi Engineering College Regional Student Representative

2 The Whole Figure of R10 Student Activities R10 Student members Dec 2009 : 35,904 Jan 2012 : 43,264 R10 Student Branches Dec 2009: 672 Sep 2011: SB/SB Chapter/SB WIEAG petitions approved in 2011 “Non-Stop” Growth in R10 Student Activities 1. Student Paper Contest o UG 14, PG: 6 entries 2. R10 Exemplary Student Branch Award o 13 entries 3. Larry K. Wilson Regional Student Activities Award o 22 entries 4. Website Competition o 58 entries Region Level Competitions/Awards Global Competition/Awards 1. Student Enterprise Award o 2/4 funded projects are from R10 2. President Change the World Competition 2011 o IEEE Exceptional Student Humanitarian Prize won by R10 o Outstanding Student Humanitarian Prize won by R10 3. IEEEXtreme Programming Competition 5.0 o Maximum (923/1,512) participation from R10 o 50% of top 10 winners from R10

3 2012 R10 SAC Coordination Committee Members: o Takao Onoye (Regional Student Activities Coordinator) o Aby Kurian (Regional Student Representative) o Mini S. Thomas (Advisor - Past Student Activities Coordinator) o Om Perkash Batra (Mentor – Past Regional Student Representative) o Prasanna Venkatesan (R10 GINI coordinator) o Farish C.V. (R10 SAC Webmaster) o Hui Zhang (Student Representative, North-East of R10) o Aryo M.S. (Student Representative, South-East of R10) o Syeda Syannia Tanveer (Student Representative, West of R10)

4 Project 1 R10 GINI Global Integrated Network of IEEE students o Five Year initiative started in 2008 for integrating all the SBs in Region 10 R10 GINI Mentor Section Kerala Section R10 GINI Pilot Sections Australia & New Zealand, Delhi, Hydrabad, Pakistan (Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad), Madras, China, Japan, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, … and more

5 Project 1 GINI o Project description: The last year of R10 GINI (Global Integrated Network of IEEE) five years initiative. (# StMs/GSM increased 1.7x) o How does this project help you meet your committee’s objectives?: Bottom-up network construction fits student activities including better understanding of IEEE membership value as well as recruiting new members. o Budget breakdown: o Pilot sections $3,200 o Being activated sections$1,000 o GINI coordinators’ travel $1,000 o Project Milestones leading to completion: o Detailed plan in each sub-region (Mar) o Selection of new sections (Mar) o Events coordinated (Nov) o Wrap-up and survey (Dec)

6 “Haute Couture” Support by GINI GINI India term tries to create SIGs to support student members being classified based on several parameters:  Yr of Study  Department  Area of Interest Graduation Year of StMs Different Construction of StMs (UG students): Young (1 st ~3 rd Yrs) students enrolled more in India 2013-Total% R10 Total % India % R10 Except India % China Council % Japan Council % Korea Council % Australia Council % NZ Council % Singapore % Hong Kong599761% Indonesia % Malaysia % Taiwan % Bangladesh % Thailand348938% Senior(4 th Yr) students: usually have solid motivation in their designated fields Freshman/Sophomore students: need to receive wide/general knowledge

7 Project 2 Section#SB~1010~3030~5050~100100~ Bangalore Bombay Delhi Gujarat Hyderabad Kerala Kharagpur Kolkata Madras Pune Utta Pradesh Sum SBs in India w/ # members Call for project proposals to raise student retention rate. SB allotment: 50$(~50StM/GSMs) 100$(50~StM/GSMs) SB rebate: 2$/member Select three excellent proposals from Large and Middle size SBs. Plans will be shared and executing among SBs. Large Size SB(100~) Middle Size SB(30~100) 1 st 250USD 2 nd 150USD 3 rd 100USD Total: 1,000USD “Stay as members” Project Plan Competition

8 Project 3 o Project description: Regular award/competition activities and new collaborative ventures with GOLD/EAB o How does this project help you meet your committee’s objectives?: Keep attracting attentions of student members as well as encouraging inputs to MGA level awards/competitions. o Budget breakdown o Website competition& Exemplary SB$1,300 o Outstanding branch counselor award$ 300 o Operational expenses & web-domain$ 400 o GOLD/EAB collaborative ventures$ 800 o RSAC/RSR travel to MGA-SAC mtg$5,000 o Project Milestones leading to completion: o Competition due dates (Mar) o Detailed collaborative ventures planning (Mar) o OBC due date (Sept) o New project execution (Nov) o Wrap-up (Dec)

9 Other Activities Online Support of SB Officers/Counselors Volunteer Training/Development Webcasts are to be coordinated quarterly by o Hang-Bong Kang (R10 MDC) o Takao Onoye (R10 SAC) o Aby Kurian (R10 SR) o Darrel Chong (MGA SAC Chair) o Om Perkash (MGA SAC-GOLD Rep) o S. Gopakumar (Kerala Section Volunteer) o …. Branch Operation Branch Counselor’s Role New Member Enrollment etc…

10 THANK YOU! For more information: IEEE R10 SAC Page IEEE Student Resources Region10 Facebook Page


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