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Online FDP on Smart Cities in a Circular Economic Framework by NIT Warangal [Nov 2-6]: Registrations Open

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The Department of Civil Engineering, National Institute of Technology (NIT), Warangal is organizing an Online Faculty Development Program (FDP) on Smart Cities in a Circular Economic Framework from November 2 to 6, 2020.

National Institute of Technology Warangal, formerly known as Regional Engineering College was established in 1959. Over the years it has developed into a premier institute of higher learning and is ranked among the top technical education institutions in India.

There are 13 Departments offering eight undergraduate and 32 post-graduate programmes besides doctoral programmes. About 5000 students across the country and about 500 international students study in the campus. It is a fully residential campus sprawling over 250 acres with excellent infrastructure, state of the art library, seminar halls, guest houses and laboratories.

FDP Objective

This FDP aims at providing knowledge and technical skills for development and operation a smart city in   scientifically sustainable method. The key deliverables of this programme will be:

  • Circular economy
  • Role of Bio-economy in circular economy
  • Energy generation from wastes and biomass
  • Infrastructure solutions for mobility and lowenergy city
  • Innovation in water and waste management systems
  • Green building and Eco-design principles in the built environment
Course Content
  1. Circular Economy for Smart Cities
  2. Worldwide scenario of circular economy
  3. Bio-Economy in Circular economy
  4. Role Anaerobic digestion in circular economy
  5. Challenges for transformation towards circular economy for smart cities
  6. Renewable fuels for organic waste
  7. Green building : sustainable approach
  8. Infrastructural requirements for mobility and low-energy city
Who can Attend?

The workshop is aimed at researchers, academicians, scientists, the upper and middle level engineers/ officers working in public health engineering department, designers, planners, policymakers, municipal corporations, municipalities, water supply department, industrial townships, and urban development authorities, related Industrialists, who involved in the planning, development, and implementation of smart cities marching towards circular economy.

Resource Person

Eminent personalities and experts from industry along with faculty of Civil Engineering and Chemical Engineering at NIT Warangal are the resource persons. Faculty from IITs and Central/ State Funded Research Institutions and from Industry sector will be delivering the lectures on various technical aspects.

Registration Fees

Registration Fee for student participants/ research scholars is Rs 250/- and for faculty Rs.1000/-.

Registration fee may be remitted Online through NEFT to the Bank account: Account name: TEQIP III FUNDS; Bank: State Bank of India; Account No: 37583198741; IFSC: SBIN0020149; Branch: NITW (REC Warangal).

Registration

Interested candidates can register for the FDP by clicking here.

The FDP program will offered online mode. It is compulsory to attend all the sessions without fail to receive the digital certificate. The link for attending the online sessions will be shared after completing the registration.

Contact

Dr. P.Venlateswara Rao
Associate Professor
Department of Civil Engineering
NIT Warangal, TS -506004
Mobile: 9420161800;
Email: pvenku@nitw.ac.in

 

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Online FDP on Smart Cities in a Circular Economic Framework by NIT Warangal

 

 

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