Watumull Institute of Electronics Engineering and Computer Technology - Societies

Societies

Here are a few of the societies in Watumull:

  • IETE-WIEECT
  • CSI-WIEECT
  • IEEE-WATTS
  • RSW (Robotics Society of Watumull)
  • CSW (Cultural Society of Watumull)

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