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  • Thirtieth National Convention of Civil Engineers

    and National Seminar on



    Organised by

    Under the Aegis of

    Civil Engineering Division Board, IEI

    Hosted by :

    Maharashtra State Centre, IE(I) 15, Haji Ali Park, K.Khadye Marg,Mahalaxmi, Mumbai - 400 034.

    Mobile : 9820392726 Tel - (022) 2354 2943 / 2354 3650./ Fax - (022) 2354 2942.

    eMail- maharashtrasc@ieindia.org / Web-site- www.ieimaharashtra.org

    The Institution of Engineers (India) Maharashtra State Centre

  • About The Institution of Engineers (India)

    About Maharashtra State Centre:

    About the Seminar :

    Migration of People:

    The Institution of Engineers (India) or IEI is the largest multidisciplinary professional body that encompasses 15 engineering disciplines and gives engineers a global platform from which to share professional interest. IEI has membership strength of nearly 0.7 million. Established in 1920, with its headquarters at 8 Gokhale Road, Kolkata 700020, IEI has served the engineering fraternity for over nine decades. In this period of time it has been inextricably linked with the history of modern-day engineering.

    In 1935, IEI was incorporated by Royal Charter and remains the only professional body in India to be accorded this honour. Today, its quest for professional excellence has given it a place of pride in almost every prestigious and relevant organization across the globe. IEI functions among professional engineers, academicians and research workers. It provides a vast array of technical, professional and supporting services to the Government, Industries, Academia and the Engineering fraternity, operating from over 104 centres located across the country. The Institution has established R&D centres at various locations in the country and also provides grant-in-aid to its members to conduct research and development on engineering subjects.

    IEI conducts Section A & B Examination in different Engineering disciplines, the successful copmliction of which is recognized as equivalent to Degree in appropriate field of Engineering of recognized Universities of India by the Ministry of Human Resources Development, Govt. of India. Every year as many as 90000 candidates appear for these exams. For details , please see : www.ieindia.org

    The Maharashtra State Centre, of the Institution was founded in September1921 (as Bombay Association) just a few months after the formal inauguration of the Institution on 23rd February 1921. In 1943, the Bombay Engineering Congress was amalgamated with the then Bombay Centre. In 1976 with the realignment of the Institutions Centres on the basis of the state boundaries, jurisdiction of Bombay Centre was extended to encompass the whole of Maharashtra State. The Centre's name was changed from Bombay Centre to Maharashtra State Centre. Currently, Maharashtra State has 10 Local Centres viz. Ahmednagar, Amravati, Aurangabad, Belapur, Chandrapur, Kolhapur, Nagpur, Nashik, Pune and Solapur. IEI, Maharashtra State Centre has the highest membership strength. The total Corporate and Non Corporate membership strength of the Centre as on 31.03.2013 is 1,01,822.

    India, with 1.27 billion people is the second most populous country in the world, while China is on the top with over 1.36 billion people. India is all set to take the numero uno position by 2030 and is predicted to have more than 1.53 billion people with growth rate at 1.58%. More than 50% of India's current population is below the age of 25 and over 65% below the age of 35. About 72.2% of the population lives in some 638,000 villages and the rest 27.8% in about 5480 towns and urban agglomerations.

    One important facet of study on population is the study of migration arising out of various social, economic or political reasons. For a large country like India, the study of movement of population in different parts of the country is complex issue. Economic development, in

  • the country, especially when many states are undergoing faster economic development, particularly in areas, such as, manufacturing, information technology or service sectors, data migration profile of population has become more important.

    Migration may be due to marriage, which is the most common reason for migration among females or for work in case of males. It also happens that many return to their place of birth after staying out. There have been intra-state, interstate and out side of the country migrants. Migration from rural India to cities has been growing in the last of couple decades for education and employment. Many farmers practising dry farming had to migrate to urban areas for employment and livelihood. These people live in temporary sheds without basic facilities. Slum population in Mumbai accounts to about 55% of the Mumbai's population. Slum Population in Delhi has the second largest slum Population in India. Nearly 1.8 million people lives in slum areas in capital of India - New Delhi. These people are mostly unemployed or daily wage workers who cannot even afford basic necessities of life. We need to change the present scenario and make our cities a healthy place to live-in.

    The cities, both developed and developing, are under constant strain and stress to pull out their resources. However the pressure is increasing day by day on all civic amenities. The planning done by Corporations/Councils is going haywire due to unpredictable growth of population. It is time that we are better prepared for our future growing needs in terms of housing large number population, providing them with potable drinking water, sanitation, solid waste management, transportation, education, employment, health and recreational facilities, energy etc.

    Infrastructure and Rapid Transport System Environment Friendly Housing Water Supply and Sanitation Solid Waste Management Industries and Employment Education and Health Innovative Solutions

    Technical papers are invited from participants. Authors may send original contributions on the subjects in full length papers reporting the result of research / study of developments in the areas covered by the sub-themes mentioned here and any other relevant areas, by e-mail to ieimsc@gmail.com /maharashtrasc@ieindia.org

    Paper should be in full length as per the following norms: 1. Format: Fonts Times New Roman, Font 11, MS Words, single spacing. Side

    margin 25mm all around 2. Title: Bold case, Font size 12, Full width 3. Name(s) of Author(s): Bold case, Font size 11, center 4. Address of Author(s): Bold case 5. Mobile No. 6. E-mail address

    Theme: Sustainable Urban Development:



  • Abstract:

    Main body of paper:

    Length of paper:

    Presentation time allowed: Paper size and print area:

    Author's bio data:

    Single spacing, Italics, single column, full width, and maximum 300 words.

    Font size 11, no paragraph indentation, Tow line space between paragraphs. All photographs will be printed in black & white. Drawings and tables preferably adjusted in one column. Authors should declare that the work has not been published elsewhere on any platform.

    Not exceeding 8 pages

    Maximum 15 minutes. Paper: A4 (21 cm x 29.7 cm). The text should strictly conform

    to the above specifications.

    40-50 words, with photograph. Accepted papers will be published in the Proceedings / Souvenir to be brought out on the occasion. Authors are requested to confirm their presence at least one week in advance. Papers accepted for presentation in the conference will be the property of IEI.


    Saturday, October 18, 2014

    08.30 a.m. to 09.30 a.m. - Registration

    09.30 a.m. to 10.30 a.m. - Inaugural Session

    10.30 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. - Dr.K.L.Rao Memorial Lecture

    11.30 a.m. to 12.15 p.m. - State of Art Lecture

    12.15 p.m. to 12.30 p.m. - High Tea

    12.30 p.m. to 01.00 p.m. - Key Note Address

    01.00 p.m. to 02.00 p.m. - Lunch Break

    02.00 p.m. to 03.30 p.m. - Technical Session I

    03.30 p.m. to 03.45 p.m. - Tea Break

    03.45 p.m. to 05.30 p.m. - Technical Session II

    Submission of abstract

    Intimation of acceptance of papers

    Submission of full photo ready papers

    Date of seminar

    Time of seminar

    Delegate/Spot registration th th(18 – 19 October, 2014)

    August 15, 2014

    September 01, 2014

    September 20, 2014 th th18 – 19 October, 2014

    9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

    8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.

    Important Dates

  • Sunday, October, 19, 2014



    Note :-


    09.30 a.m. to 11.00 a.m. - Technical Session III

    11.00 a.m. to 11.15 a.m. - Tea Break

    11.15 a.m. to 01.00 p.m. - Technical Session IV

    01.00 p.m. to 02.00 p.m. - Lunch Break

    02.00 p.m. to 04.00 p.m. - Technical Session V

    04.00 p.m. to 04.15 p.m. - Tea Break

    04.15 p.m. to 05.30 p.m. - Valedictory Session

    Members of IEI and other : Rs.1,000/-

    like minded Institutions

    Non Members : Rs.1,500/-

    Students : Rs.500/-

    Sponsorship : Rs.5,00,000/-

    (Five delegates + one page coloured advertisement free)

    Co-Sponsorship : Rs.3,00,000/-

    (Three delegates + one page coloured advertisement free)

    Back Page Coloured Advertisement : Rs.1,00,000/-

    Back and Front Inside cover page coloured : Rs.75,000/

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