NMAM Institute of Technology is organizing International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering (ICETE 2019) on May 23 & 24, 2019, which is the 9th International Conference since 2011. For the year 2019, in order to focus on the specific issues associated with various Engineering disciplines, the idea of a Multi Conference Platform had been mooted. Hence, INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON EMERGING TRENDS IN ENGINEERING (ICETE 2019) - A MULTI CONFERENCE PLATFORM, will be a collection of several International Conferences with the themes specific to various engineering streams. Besides, there will be an opportunity for students and research scholars of various branches of Engineering & Technology, and industrial professionals to delibrate, present and discuss research papers.
CIVIL ENGINEERING TRENDS AND CHALLENGES FOR SUSTAINABILITY (CTCS 2019) is being organized by Department of Civil Engineering, N.M.A.M. Institute of Technology, Nitte, Karkala, Karnataka, India. Selected Papers may be Published in Scopus Indexed Journals after the final review by the publishers.
International Conference on CIVIL ENGINEERING TRENDS AND CHALLENGES FOR SUSTAINABILITY (CTCS 2019) is a platform for exchange of knowledge from both individual and interdisciplinary researches pertaining to Civil Engineering Challenges and Sustainability. This International Conference aims to bring together the Researchers, Scientists, Engineers, Scholar and Students for providing International forum for the dissemination of original research results in the area of various strategies employed in Civil Engineering Challenges and Sustainable development for the societal benefit.
The core themes of the conference include: Climate Change, Waste Management, Critical Reflections on Construction and Demolition Waste Management, Public-Private Partnership for Sustainable Constructions and Sustainable Development.
The conference will be held at N.M.A.M. Institute of Technology, Nitte, Karnataka, India. For details about the institute please visit www.nmamit.nitte.edu.in
Nitte Mahalinga Adyanthaya Memorial Institute of Technology (N.M.A.M.I.T.), Affiliated to VTU, Belagavi, is an Autonomous Institution offering UG, PG and Doctoral Programmes. The institute is a unit of Nitte Education Trust, Mangalore. The institute currently offers 7 - UG programmes, 11-M.Tech programmes in Engineering, MBA and MCA programmes. All UG Programmes are accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA), New Delhi and is a ISO 9001:2015 certified Institution. It has been recognized as a 'Lead Institution' under the World Bank Funded TEQIP programme (both Phase I & II) and also accredited with National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), New Delhi with 'A' Grade. The Institute is in the band width of 100-150 in National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) ranking - 2018, Government of India.
The papers are to be submitted through EasyChair Conference Management Tool . Queries related to the conference may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
1. The accepted papers will be subjected to peer review by the publishers..
2. The reviewed and selected papers will be published in either of the publishers as per the request by the Delegates/Researchers at free of cost.
a. Proceedings of Institution of Civil Engineers - Civil Engineering - which is a scopus Indexed publication, published by Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) - London.
b. Proceedings of Applied Sciences and Engineering - a part of Springer Nature.
3. The paper is to be submitted in IEEE format (Minimum 08 pages) and the template is made available in conference website (www.ctcs2019.in).
The registration fee can be paid through Demand draft / NEFT. Demand Draft: In favor of "Principal, NMAMIT, Nitte", payable at Syndicate Bank Nitte / SBI, Karkala, to be sent to the Conference Secretary before due date.
A/c Holder Name: Principal, NMAMIT, Nitte
Syndicate Bank, Nitte-574110
Account Type: S/B
Account No.: 01152200033493
IFSC/RTGS code: SYNB0000115
SWIFT code: SYNBINBB014
MICR Code: 576025533.
The proof of NEFT payment (with UTR No; Date & Time; Paper Id) needs to be communicated through email to Dr. Arunkumar Bhat (email@example.com)
For Foreign Delegates: 50 USD
For Indian Delegates: Rs. 2000
Mr. Pushparaj A Naik, firstname.lastname@example.orgAccommodation can be arranged in the hotels/hostels nearby as per the availability on payment basis for which the organizers shall provide necessary assistance. Those wishing to apply should write an email making the request at EMAIL with subject "ACCOMMODATION".
|Submission of Full length manuscript|
|Notification of acceptance|
|Submission of Camera-ready manuscript|
|Last date for registration|
|30 March 2019|
|20 April 2019|
|01 May 2019|
|10 May 2019|
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