International Conference

2nd International Conference on Engineering Innovations and Solutions
(2'ICEIS – 2017)


Sri Venkateswaraa College of Technology
(Affiliated to Anna University), Vadakal Village, Pondur Post, B.H.B Nagar, Sriperumbudur - 602 105, Tamilnadu, India.
*Due to lot of authors request submission deadline has been extended.

Important Dates:
Paper Submission Deadline
- 05 / 04 / 2017
Last Date of Registration
- 06 / 04 / 2017
Conference Date
- 07/ 04 / 2017
Venue
- SVCT College, Campus
 
Registration Fees:
UG/PG Student
- Rs. 2500 / $50
Research Scholar/Staff 
- Rs. 3000 / $65
Corporate people 
- Rs. 4000 / $115
Participants 
- Rs. 500/-


**Note:
             - Accommodations will arrange based on prior notice.

Submit your paper : 2iceis2017@gmail.com
Contact any queries : 8110000960, 8110000962, 7639172812

Topics:
               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.

Instructions:
*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.
*Only one author can participate and present the paper. If co author wants to participate, he/she has to pay Rs.200 per head in addition to normal charges.
* 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.

COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Contact Us
Thiru.B.Haribabu Dr.H.Srinivasan Dr.S.Sasikumar
Chairman Vice Chairman Principal
  R.Surendiran  
  Director of Southzone, SSRG Foundation.  

Online Registration

All selected papers will be published in SSRG International Journals Visit our journals

Visiting Locations:

Marina Beach:

          India’s largest beach happens to be Chennai’s Marina Beach which extends from Fort St. George to Besant Nagar. One of the best places to visit in Chennai for viewing a spectacular sun rise, this sandy delight is lined by palm trees on one side. An old light house stands on the southern end of Marina along with several other structures including an aquarium, a swimming pool and a park. With food stalls, rides on ponies, kite flying and beach games to entertain you, a visit to here must be included on your trip to this city.

Covelong Beach:
          Located a distance of 40km from Chennai, on the coast of Coromandel, Covelong Beach is well-known for its beach activities and the serene beauty of its surroundings. Once a major port, one comes across it on the way to Mahabalipuram. It is now thronged mostly by water sports enthusiasts for activities such as wind surfing and swimming. Close by are ancient monuments like forts, churches and mosques apart from the town of Mahabalipuram and the Crocodile Farm, makingCovelong Beach a popular destination for a day outing.

Nettukuppam:
          Who does not love the beaches, when it comes to beach there is like an open invitation for all. While you are planning your trip to Tamil Nadu then mark it on your bucket list to visit this one beach which is a hit among the people. Nettukuppam is the perfect spot for you where you can spend some time close to nature. For the photography enthusiast this is like a double treat for you where you can click some memorable pictures. This broken bridge which is popularly known by the local is situated at the northern most tip of Chennai. It is said that during the high tide the water rises to a great height where you will surely get drenched in the sea water.

Fort St. George:
          A delight for history buffs, this fort constructed during the British Rule, encloses historic monuments of St. Mary’s church and St. George museum. The museum houses artefacts from that era including paintings, coins, silverware, arms, porcelain and documents.

San Thome Church:
          An important religious spot for the Christian community, the sparkling white structure of San Thome stands on the tomb of St Thomas. This structure, which is a reminder of the colonial past of the city, has stained glass windows and a statue of St Thomas in a sitting posture. A museum, a library and a shop selling prayer material are found within the church premises too.
Sri Parthasarathy Temple:
         One of the historical places to visit in Chennai is the temple said to be the oldest in this city. Dedicated to Lord Krishna, one can see its splendid coloured gopuram apart from the other shrines that stand within the temple grounds.
Kapaleeshwar Temple:
         Apart from being a religious spot, what draws crowds to this temple is its unique architecture. The detailed Gopuram of this structure is 37 metres high and is a fine example of Dravidian style of construction. The temple, home to the deities Shiva and Karpagambal, even holds a festival in the months of March and April.