The Manipal Education Group, with its heritage of excellence in higher education for over 60 years, launched Manipal University Jaipur (MUJ) in 2011. The permanent campus of the university is set up on 122 acres of land at Dehmi Kalan village near Jaipur and is by far one of the best campuses in the region.
The multidisciplinary university offers career-oriented courses at all levels, i.e., UG, PG and Doctoral and across diverse streams, including Engineering, Architecture, Planning, Fashion Design, Hospitality, Allied Health Sciences, Humanities, Commerce, Management, Communication, Basic Sciences, Fashion Design and Jewellery Management, etc.
The group includes five universities, namely Manipal University (Manipal, Karnataka), Sikkim Manipal University (Sikkim), American University of Antigua (Caribbean Island), Manipal International University (Malaysia) and Manipal University Jaipur.
School of Architecture & Design, Manipal University Jaipur (MUJ)is organizing an International Conference on Waste Management: Reduce: Reuse: Recycling from 1st to 2nd October 2018 in collaboration with Sustainable Development Management Institute, Palaiseau, France (SDMI).
ICWM-2018 will be knowledge sharing & building event and would provide a platform to scientists, professionals, Municipal bodies, researchers & academicians for the exchange of the most recent ideas, techniques & technologies in various fields of waste management. Waste Management comprises of collection, segregation, storage, transportation, processing, and disposal of waste to minimize its adverse impact on the environment.
As per development channel in 2017; India produces 62million ton of urban waste annually, out of which 5.6million ton consist of plastic waste, 0.17million constitute of biomedical waste, 7.90million ton constitute hazardous waste while 15 lakh ton is e-waste. The total waste generation is estimated at 165 million ton by 2030.
As per UN Sustainable Development Goal 11 (Sustainable cities and communities), one of the main targets is reducing the adverse per capita environmental impact of cities, including by paying special attention to air quality and municipal and other waste management by 2030. India being a developing country is also looking forward to a refined approach towards waste management practices.
In this scenario, ICWM-2018, would act as a synthesizer of new ideas and sensitizing people about the importance of waste management.
Manipal University Jaipur warmly welcomes academic practitioners, researchers, scholars, scientists and professionals from government and non-government bodies for ICWM-2018.
Waste Management and Sustainable Development
Ecological Solid and Hazardous Waste Management
Waste Management and Environment
Waste Management and Energy Generation
Waste Recycling and Reuse
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Abstract Submission: 25.06.2018
Abstract Acceptance: 10.07.2018
Paper Submission: 10.08.2018
Paper Acceptance: 01.09.2018
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