Welcome to the IEEE MBCET Blog

Hey folks,

Welcome to the IEEE MBCET Blog.

This blog post is to introduce you to what this blog will be serving. This blog is open to all. Members or non-members. Anyone can use this as a platform to voice their creativity to IEEE MBCET and its visitors. You can post anything you like, that comes into your mind that you feel that you share with the world. It will also be home to announcements, event reports and other information from the executive committee too.

Posts need to meet certain standards that goes in hand with the IEEE Code of Ethics. For now, former member Shine Nelson will be moderating the posts on the blog. You have to mail your posts to mbcet@ieee.org with the subject title starting with [Blog Post] and your posts will be featured on the blog. In the future, as you contribute more posts, and you have an IEEE account, you will be provided with an account on the blog to write posts and publish them yourself.

Now, you might be thinking what is the advantage / use of posting to this blog. Basically, you’re getting an opportunity to voice yourself on a professional platform. Apart from that, there’s a catch too. We’ll be featuring the best posts from the blogs on our quarterly newsletter too. That’s more exposure. You can actually build a career writing posts. So, if you think you are up to the challenge, go ahead and get writing.

Meanwhile, while you are at that, you can follow us on Social Media :

You can also subscribe to our mailing list / discussion forum on google groups : https://groups.google.com/d/forum/ieee-mbcet.
For any queries / information that you would like to inform / discuss with the executive committee can be done by writing to ieee-mbcet-execom@googlegroups.com.

Have a great time at IEEE MBCET and the IEEE MBCET Blog; Welcome once again.

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