Assistance at Jaipur
Authors please note that for assistance to reach the destination when you arrive at Jaipur you should contact following persons
Mr. Pawan Chauhan - 82337-44550
Mr. Manish Kr. Sharma - 96108-88826
The aim of the conference is to bring together the Academicians, Researchers, and Industry Experts in areas of Computer Science & Information Technology, Electronics & Communication Engineering and Electrical Engineering for dissemination of original research, new innovations and ideas at International Platform. This will also provide a forum for sharing insights, experiences and interactions on various aspects of evolving engineering technologies and patterns.
Original contributions are solicited for presentation at the International Conference on "Recent Advances and Innovations in Engineering - ICRAIE 2014" to be held at Poornima College of Engineering and Poornima University, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India.
Paper Submission :
All the papers should be submitted in PDF format using EDAS Conference Systems written as per IEEE Format.
Paper Submission Closed:
Review of Paper Started.
Submission Link: http://edas.info/N15881 [Closed]
About Poornima College of Engineering:
Poornima College of Engineering (PCE) was established in the year 2000. PCE is the flagship institution of Poornima Group of Colleges. There are seven B.Tech. courses (Computer Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering, Information Technology, Mechanical Engineering and Civil Engineering ), along with two M.Tech. Courses (Computer Engineering and VLSI Desing). In a span of twelve years PCE has added many feathers in its cap and has emerged as the top notch destination for technical education in India
The University aims to achieve world class excellence in imparting knowledge, research and teaching, making invaluable contributions to the social,educational and economic development of the nation. The state of the art research facilities and modern amenities like well stocked libraries along with project centers create a conducive environment for teaching learning process. Poornima University is committed to bring about perceptible change in society with its innovative and equitable practices and systems.
Rajasthan's beautiful Pink City Jaipur, was the stronghold of a clan of rulers whose three hill forts and series of palaces in the city are important attractions. Known as the Pink City because of the colour of the stone used exclusively in the walled city, Jaipur's bazaars sell embroidered leather shoes, blue pottery, tie and dye scarves and other exotic wares. Western Rajasthan itself forms a convenient circuit, in the heart of the Thar desert which has shaped its history, lifestyles and architecture.
Founded in AD 1727 by Sawai Jaisingh II, Jaipur the capital of Rajasthan is popularly known as the Pink City with broad avenues and spacious gardens. The capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur is steeped in history and culture. Here the past comes alive in magnificent forts and palaces, blushed pink, where once lived the maharajas. The bustling bazaars of Jaipur, famous for Rajasthani jewellery, fabric and shoes, possess a timeless quality and are surely a treasure-trove for the shoppers. This fascinating city with its romantic charm takes you to an epoch of royalty and tradition.
Jaipur has been laid according to the conventional nine-grid pattern that astrologers believe to be lucky, and which has been recommended in the ancient Indian treatise on architecture. Each grid consists of a square, and these have been planned so that, at the heart of the city is the City Palace. Spread around it, in rows, are public buildings, the residences of noblemen, the living and trading quarters of merchants and artisans. Straight, wide roads run through the city, while a high, crenellated wall that forms its defense is pierced with seven gateways that serve as entry points. Today, these walls may be more difficult to spot since the city has grown far beyond its original plan, but they are still there, proof that though Jaipur saw no great siege, it was more than adequately prepared for it.