The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) is on of the leading institutions working for the enhancement of engineering and technology. One of the major objectives for which The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) strives, is having a network of people who are working for that growth in technology and evolution. One such effort to strengthen that network was the IET on campus connect and IET Young Professionals Community Volunteers Conference (YPCVC) that was held on the 22nd of February, 2020 at Bengaluru, India. The event brought together individuals from different parts of the world speaking different languages, doing different jobs, of different age groups onto a platform from them to form a professional bond and make a place for working collectively. The event gave insight into the depths of The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) governance structure and to know how far it has reached and what milestones it is looking to take down. As a part of the event, “model IET” took place, which played a key role to channel thoughts of our younger generation regarding some key aspects. The event was a helpful, entertaining, formal and was a big steep in the learning curve. Further, Chapa Vidanaarachchi represented IET Young Professionals CVC on behalf of IET On Campus – SLIIT by the Advice of Dr. Anuradha Jayakody (IET On Campus – SLIIT Advisor).