Recent Developments & Futuristic Trends in Mechanical Engineering(NCME-2007) ((NCME-2007))

Venue: Conference Hall, ShriRam College of Engineering & Management, Banmore

Location: Morena, Madhya Pradesh, India

Event Date/Time: Apr 28, 2007 End Date/Time: Apr 29, 2007
Registration Date: Apr 25, 2007
Early Registration Date: Apr 25, 2007
Abstract Submission Date: Mar 30, 2007
Paper Submission Date: Apr 15, 2007
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ShriRam College of Engineering & Management [SRCEM]” was established in 1998 by “Dayal Seva Evam Shiksha Samiti, Morena”. Since inception SRCEM is imparting technical education of national level and enjoying reputation by maintaining all norms and standards of quality education by virtue of which the college was awarded ISO Certification. The institute conducts five under graduate BE degree programmes with an annual intake of 420 seats.

About The Department:
Right from establishment of the college its two branches i.e. Mechanical Engineering and Industrial & Production Engineering are considered to be the best in the state of Madhya Pradesh. Highly qualified faculty and most advanced laboratories of the two departments are the back bones of the institute.

Objectives of the Conference:
Objective of the conference is to provide a common platform for academia, technocrats from various industries, researchers and students to exchange and share their views and experience on recent developments in Mechanical Engineering and emerging research areas.

Call of Papers:

The institute invites papers from academia, technocrats, researchers and students on the following themes
• Alternate Sources of Energy
• Automobile Engineering
• Computational Fluid Dynamics
• Designing of Co-axial Nozzle,
• Modern Thermal Power Plants
• CAD / CAM / CIM, Rapid Prototype Manufacturing
• Nanotechnology
• Tribology
• Vibration Analysis and Condition Monitoring,
• Composite Materials,
• Conventional & Non-Conventional Machining
• Laser Material Deposition,
• Material Science & Smart Materials,
• Surface Engineering,
• Welding Engineering.
• Modeling & Simulation.
• Concurrent Engineering,
• Any other relevant topics

Abstract of the paper (Original & unpublished research works) can be sent through E-mail to the convener. The abstract should not exceed 200 words (M.S-Word / PDF format with single spacing, 12 font size in Times New Roman). It must carry the name and address of the author(s) with their affiliations including phone number and e-mail ID etc. Guidelines for preparing the full length of the paper will be communicated to the authors immediately after approval/acceptance of the paper by Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) of the conference.

Conference Hall, ShriRam College of Engineering & Management, Banmore

Important Dates:
Submission of the Abstract
: 30th March, 2007
Intimation of acceptance of Abstract
: 05th April, 2007
Submission of full length paper : 15th April, 2007
Last Date of Registration with fees
: 25th April, 2007

Accommodation will be arranged in the hotels on advance payment. Tariff of hotels varies from Rs. 500/- to Rs.1500/- per day for twin-shared rooms.

Shri Rustam Singh
Hon’ble Minister of Tribal Welfare and Panchayat & Rural Development, Government of Madhya Pradesh

Shri Tukojee Rao
Hon’ble Minister of Higher & Technical Education,
Government of Madhya Pradesh

Shri Ashok Argal
Hon’ble Member of Parliament, Morena

Shri Vipin Dixit
Chairman, M.P. Laghu Udyog Nigam

Prof. P. B. Sharma
Hon’ble Vice Chancellor
RGPV, Bhopal

Prof. M.P. Chowdiah
Former President IE (India), Kolkata

Shri R. S. Sharma
ShriRam Group of Colleges, Banmore

Shri Jitendra Sharma
Vice Chairman
ShriRam Group of Colleges

Shri Harendra Sharma
ShriRam Group of Colleges

Organizing Committee

Prof. H.B. Khurasia Chairman

Prof. M.K. Nigam
Dean (Academic Affairs) Co-Chairman

Prof. P. Pachorkar Convener
Head, Deptt of Ind. & Prod. Engg

Prof. P.S. Chauhan Convener
Head, Deptt of Mech. Engg.

Prof. A.K.Sharma Co- Convener
Assistant Professor,
Deptt of Mech. Engg.

Prof. Surendra Agrawal Co- Convener
Assistant Professor,
Deptt of Mech.Engg.

Mr. Dheeraj Gupta Organizing Secretary
Sr. Lecturer
Deptt of Mech. Engg.

For any other Information, please contact:
Prof. P. Pachorkar Convener
Prof. P.S. Chauhan,
Telephones: 07532 255798, 255893 (O)
07512368632 (R),
098931 08800 (M)
094257 12291 (M)
004251 28886 (M)


Advisory Committee

1. Prof. P.B. Sharma, Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, RGPV, M.P., Bhopal
2. Dr. M. Rahman, Professor, National University of Singapore.
3. Dr. M.A. Maleque, Associate Professor, Multimedia University (MMU), Malaka, Malaysia

4. Dr. O.P.Gandhi, Professor, IIT Delhi.
5. Dr. V.K.Jain, Professor, IIT Kanpur.
6. Dr. Uday S. Dixit, Associate Professor & Head, IIT Guwahati.
7. Dr. Puneet Tandon, Associate Professor, IIITDM, Jabalpur.
8. Dr. P. K. Goswami, Director Technical Education, Guwahati Assam.
9. Shri S.N. Daga, GGM, BHEL New Delhi.
10. Shri Y. P. Sharma, Vice President, NHK Springs India Limited
11. Dr. R.C.S. Mehta, Professor & Head, G. B. Pant University, Pant Nagar
12. Dr. S. C. Pathak, Professor & Head, M.N.I.T. Jaipur
13. Dr. V. K. Nema. Professor, M.N.N.I.T., Allahabad
14. Dr. H.K. Khaira, Prof. & Head, M.A.N.I.T. Bhopal.
15. Dr. R.S. Jadon, Associate Professor, G. B. Pant University, Pant Nagar.
16. Dr. K. C. Arora, Director, BSA College of Engineering, Mathura.
17. Dr. Abdul Mubeen, Retd. Prof. & Head, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi.
18. Mr. O.P.Jalan, Vice President, Magnum Steels, Banmore

About Gwalior City

Gwalior city has its own historical importance. It has witnessed many revolutions including India’s struggle for freedom. History of Gwalior brings the great freedom fighters like Tatyia Tope and Lakshmi Bai known as Jhansi Ki Rani and many more to its credit. Besides many monuments of historical and religious importance, Sawai Man Singh Fort, Jai Vilas Palace, Data Bandi Chhod Gurudwara, Scindia Museum, Sun Temple are prominent centers of attractions for the tourists. Gwalior is very convenient to reach by railway, roadways and airways. It is just about 300 kms from New Delhi and is located on National Expressway [Agra-Mumbai Road]. Gwalior is also known for its tropical climate. It is extreme hot in summers and extreme cold in winters. However, the weather between March to April and October to December remains extremely pleasant.


SRCEM, A. B. Road, Banmore, Near Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh
Madhya Pradesh

Additional Information

Registration Fee: Partuculars Amt. in Rs. Students 250/- Delegates from R & D and Academic Institutions 1000/- Delegates from Industries 1500/-