About Us


Have you heard stories from your friends who came back from alumni conventions of other institutes in and have you ever had the longing to spend a weekend at a convention of fellow alumni may be from your cohort or your robotics team? Did you ever feel left out of a reception for a visiting former professor from UCE for lack of timely communication? Did you ever want to reach out to alumni from your college working in a specific company for a professional or business need? Did you ever want to celebrate the progress and achievements of the students and faculty of your alma mater? Do you sometimes feel like providing some support to a current effort or project at VSSUT?

Why Vssutoaa?

The primary goal of the organization is to provide the alumni residing in North America a social and professional networking platform, and to provide an avenue for the alumni to help the Alma Mater and its students.

Many of us who have migrated to North America over the years have gone through these thoughts. VSSUTOAA (VSSUT Overseas Alumni Association) is the result of such longing and desire to network with fellow alumni. VSSUTOAA is incorporated in the state of California as a non-profit corporation. This organization has also received a tax exemption status from IRS under section 501(C)(3). A constitution or set of by-laws have been adopted and an initial board of directors has been elected.



Electronics & Telecommunication, 1986


Priyadarshy Dash

Electronics & Telecommunication, 1982


Sasi Panda

Electronics & Telecommunication, 1985



Mechanical, 1985


Padmaja Dash

Information Technology, 2007


Satchi Panda

Mechanical, 1986

About the Organization

While this new organization can strive to do many things, a primary objective is to hold an annual convention to bring the alumni physically together. Despite the advances in electronic communication, there is still no substitute for the face-face interaction and bonding that a regular convention brings and gives something for the alumni to look forward to.

A key barrier in our progress is our small size. It is imperative that we include as many alumni as possible and make it a large organization to effectively fulfill its goals and objectives. The first and foremost step in this endeavor is to strive to make each and every North American alumni an active member.

Connect With Us

Please join the organization and become a member today by following this link.