Infrastructure Management for New World Order and Systems. (IMFNWOS)

Venue: Madhav INstitute of Technology & Science

Location: Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, India

Event Date/Time: Mar 24, 2006 End Date/Time: Mar 25, 2006
Registration Date: Feb 28, 2006
Early Registration Date: Feb 15, 2006
Abstract Submission Date: Feb 15, 2006
Paper Submission Date: Feb 15, 2006
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The Theme:
“Infrastructure Management for New World
Order and Systems”
Sub Themes
Session -I
- Infrastructure Development in Developing Nations.
- National Policy for Infrastructure Development.

Session – II
- Infrastructure Management Challenges.
- Role of NGO’s in Infrastructure Planning.

Session – III
- Intelligent Buildings.
- Energy Efficient Buildings.

Session – IV
- Eco-Friendly Infrastructure System.
- Modern Building Materials & Techniques.

Session – V

- Urban Transport Management.
- Urban Sprawl.

Session – VI

- Housing Infrastructure for Economically Weaker Section.
- Housing Infrastructure for Rural India.

Session – VII
- Environmental Risk & Hazards.
- Safety & Security.

Session – VIII
- Project Economics.
- Project Finance & Funding.

Session – IX
- Non-Conventional Renewable Energy Resources.
- Energy Economics & Feasibility.

Session – X

- Communication & Tele Communication.
- Power Sector Management.
- Ergonomics: Useful Approach for Enhancing Production.
- Industrial Sustainability.


Gole ka Mandir
Madhya Pradesh

Additional Information

The Institute: Madhav Institute of Technology and Science was established in 1957 with the prime objective of providing technical education at undergraduate and postgraduate levels along with conducting research in various fields. The Institute offers education in nine undergraduate programmes and twelve PG programmes. The present student’s strength in the campus is around 2500. MITS has its own campus spread over 17.84 hectares in Gwalior, which is fast growing city with rich heritage. The institute has well equipped labs and IT facilities of international standard. The campus is about 3 kms. from railway station and 4 kms. from Gwalior airport.