Hotel: Abu Sarovar Portico, Chennai +91 9176634830

International Conference on Contemporary Engineering, Technology and Management

Organized By
Institute For Engineering Research And Publication (IFERP)

All the accepted papers will be published in Scopus Indexed Journals

Date to be Remember


September 25th 2019ABSTRACT SUBMISSION


September 29th 2019FULL PAPER SUBMISSION

About Conference

IFERP cordially invites researchers and scholars across the world to attend the International Conference on Contemporary Engineering Technology and Management (ICCETM-19) which is going to be held at Hotel Abu Sarovar Chennai on October 4th & 5th 2019. It has various presentation like keynote speeches, oral presentation and poster presentation.

The main aim of the conference to bring the leading professionals, researchers, academician and students from various fields of engineering and management to discuss about at present & future technologies and how could the management is coordinated with society in a single place. It is great platform to express their ideas and gain feedback from the expertise in the particular field. The management is the backbone for the engineering or any other fields, because management places a vital role. It gives the great knowledge about the new technologies in field of engineering and also the techniques for management.

Tourist Attraction

Marina Beach

Situated in the city of Chennai in Tamil Nadu, Marina Beach is a natural urban beach along the Bay of Bengal. The beach is stretched out to a distance of 13 kilometres making it the longest natural urban beach in the country, second largest in the world and also the most crowded beach in India with almost 30,000 visitors a day. Marina beach is a major tourist attraction of the city. People visiting Chennai make a point to visit the beach. It is also the main place for the local people to escape from the summer heat.

Marundeeswarar Temple

The magnificent Marundeeswarar Temple, in Tiruvanmiyur, near Chennai has the temple deity Shiva in the form of Marundeeswar or Aushadeeswarar, the God of Medicines. A fine specimen of Dravidian architecture, this temple is a must visit for anyone visiting Chennai or nearby cities. Glorified in the 7th-8th century by Nayanars , Tirugnana Sambandar the temple was expanded by the Chola Kingdom in the 11th century. Moreover, given the name, Marundeeswarar Temple has been a place of worship especially for people with diseases and those facing various problems with their health.

Arignar Anna Zoological Park

Perhaps one of the most popular picnic spots in Vandalur, Kanchipuram District, the Arignar Zoological Park is an amazing place to discover the flora and fauna of the region. A favourite weekend spot with both children and adults alike, the Arignar Zoo is situated at a distance of 32 kilometres from Chennai city. It is the largest zoo of its kind in South East Asia and is sprawled over an area of 1260 acres. In addition to having an extensive collection of endemic and exotic animals, visitors can experience the wild first hand with a trip to safari parks where lions and deer can be easily spotted.

Valluvar Kottam

Valluvar Kottam is a temple chariot like-monument in Chennai, built to honour the renowned classical Tamil poet and saint, Thiruvalluvar. This designed monument was built by Kalaignar M.Karunanidhi during the 1970s to honour the contributions of Thiruvalluvar. A popular Tamil poet and philosopher, he has been attributed with the creation of Thirukkurals which are hailed as one of the greatest works of Tamil literature.The sublime beauty of Valluvar Kottam is best experienced during the morning hours when the city is just waking up to the day, or you can make a visit to this destination during the evening hours when the sun is just setting over the horizon.

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