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IEEE RUET Student Branch

On 16 September 2009 IEEE RUET Student Branch was established by enthusiastic and energetic teachers and students. This student branch is continuously organizing seminars, workshops, courses on topics related to electrical and electronics. This IEEE RUET Student Branch helps students by bringing professionalism to them.

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