International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering, Management, Science and Technologies
RISE Krishna Sai Prakasam Group of Institutions
NH-5, Valluru, ONGOLE- 523 272 Prakasam District Andhra Pradesh, India.
*Due to lot of authors request submission deadline has been extended.
Paper Submission Deadline
|- 26 / 02 / 2017|
Last Date of Registration
|- 28 / 02 / 2017|
|- 03 / 03 / 2017|
|- College Campus|
|* Acceptance/Rejection Letter will sent as soon as possible after the paper submission.|
|- Rs. 2500 / $50|
|- Rs. 3000 / $65|
|- Rs. 4000 / $115|
|- Rs. 750/-|
*Certificate will be provided to all the authors. no need to pay any additional charges.
**Note- Accommodations will arrange based on prior notice.
Submit your paper : firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact any queries : 8110000960, 7639172812
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All Engineering Discipline, Computer Science, Mathematics, Management Studies, Humanities & Science, Science & Technology, Physics, Chemistry, Biotechnology, **Not Limited to the above Topics, Author can submit any subject paper.
*Fee Includes Conference Bag, Lunch, Snacks, Journal Publication, etc.
*Per paper may contain four authors. If there is more number of authors, the extra author should pay Rs.500/- per head.
* Paper Template,copyrights form available in website.
* Acceptance/Rejection Letter will send as soon as possible.
* Other state/Other country authors can present their paper in absentia mode.
* Selected papers will be published in Annexure-I, Annexure-II, Science Citation Index, SCOPUS, Web of Science, Indexed journals.
|Sri. I.C. Rangamannar||Sri. S.Venkateswara Rao||Sri S.Hanumantha Rao|
|Chairman||Vice-Chairman||Secretary & Correspondent|
|Treasurer||Principal||Director of Southzone, SSRG Foundation.|
All selected papers will be published in SSRG International Journals Visit our journals
Kothapatnam Beach is one amongst the top attractions in Ongole. Located 18 km from the city, the beach is a great source of entertainment for local people and tourists. The clear blue waters of the sea, the long stretches of sand and the gentle breeze mesmerize you. Boating is available here. But for the Karthika Purnima festival, when locals throng in thousands, the beach is less frequented. Hence, it is a great place to unwind on your tour to this part of the world.
Yet another beach in Ongole to lift your spirits and get you closer to nature. The beach is scenic to look at with coconut trees lining up on one side. The golden sands and the clear seawater make the place heavenly. Vodarevu beach offers adventurous water sports. You could go swimming or try your hand at fishing. Boating facilities are available as well.
Chennakesava Swamy Temple:
Chennakesava Swamy temple was built during the period of Haihaya kings in 1113 AD. Sri Laxmi Chennakesava Swamy temple, which is the main temple here was constructed around 13th century. The temple boasts of marvelous architecture. Yet another significance attached to this place is that it is considered the birthplace of Sankeerthana Acharya Sri Annamacharya.
Kashi Visweswara Swamy Temple:
Located on the banks of River Kusasthali, Kashi Visweswara Swamy Temple is one of the famous temples in the land. The temple was constructed in 1945. It is visited by people in great numbers during festivals.
Sri Shirdi Sai Baba Mandir:
The temple dedicated to Sri Shirdi Sai Baba was established in the year 1989 by Sri Telledevulapalli Satyanarayana Siddanthi. It is situated 46 kms away from Ongole. The idol of Shirdi Sai Baba is around 9ft by 9ft. This is considered a holy shrine and frequented by many devotees.
Bhairavakona is situated in the Nallamala hills. The 200-metre high water falls is a delight to watch. Nature in its vibrant form is seen here and you are sure to be enthralled by the beauty of the place. You can find eight temples in this hill and these ancient temples were constructed during the 7th and 8th centuries. The region has rare herbs used to address various medical conditions. Another specialty of the place is that on the day of Karthika Purnima, moonlight falls of goddess Parvathi’s idol at the temple.