Pune, one of the largest urban agglomerations of India, is located in western Indian State of Maharashtra. The city is one of the biggest industrial towns in India and an important educational, industrial, and cultural center. Pune hosts several universities and well-known institutions, and research organizations. The city also houses large number of industries in the field of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Automobile, Electrical, Electronics, Forging, Foundries and other Engineering Industries. IEEE Pune Section (R0 01 20) was established on June 26, 2010 with terrestrial boundaries confined to Pune Metropolitan City (Postal Code: 411001 to 411999). The Section falls under the jurisdiction of Asia Pacific Region (R-10) of IEEE. Prior to that it was a subsection of IEEE Bombay Section since June 20, 2003 till its formation. At present, the Pune Section has more than 800 members, including student members. There are 25 IEEE Student Branches in different Engineering Colleges in and around Pune City. The section interfaces with the industries and academia through various technical and humanitarian activities. Section organizes various activities throughout the year, which are helpful to the professional members as well as for student’s community for their skill set upgradation. The section and its student branches endeavor to contribute to the advancement of the knowledge of its community through activities that provide professional information exchanges and stimulate technological innovations. Due to the support from stakeholders, section received R10 Outstanding Medium Section Award, R10 Best Membership Growth Medium Section Award and R10 Humanitarian Technology Activities Outstanding Section Award.