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The Students’ Chapter of IEEE at PSG College of Technology was initiated in 1977. It was started to involve the students in research and encourage new ideas in the respective fields. PSG has always been known to set benchmarks in terms of quality of engineering and is one of the first and foremost institutions to have a Students branch of IEEE. The IEEE Students Chapter of PSG Tech has been actively involved in organizing top notch technical fests every year that has evoked the interest and involvement of students from various parts of the country. It is the biggest technical association at PSG College of Technology.
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