Energy has now become an integral part of our life and an indispensable tool for the development of a country. Our activities depend so much on energy availability. Energy is consumed with the form of electricity for lighting, cooling, heating transportation etc. Countries where the per capita consumption is higher are at a higher stage of social and economical development. Fossil fuel based energy resources are limited in nature and lead to severe environmental problems. Hence efforts have to be made on alternative methods including renewable energy technologies to face present energy crisis. Renewable energy enhances share of clean energy such as solar, wind, biomass, small hydel, ocean and geothermal. National conference on Alternative Methods to Resolve Energy Crisis (NCAMREC 18) will be a major platform for researchers and professionals to present their research result and new ideas in the area of energy. The objective of conference is to highlight the opportunities and the challenges in energy sector, get insight in to the future plans to resolve energy crisis, and to examine the technology options and strategies. This make a platform to share and exchange ideas from participants which also encourages young minds to actively involve and enhance their knowledge. NCAMREC 18 aims in building collaboration among industries and academia to identify research demands on energy, exchanging best practices in global context.
Authors from Mechanical, Civil, Electrical and Electronics Engineering are invited to submit their papers for presentation in the conference. The authors are required to submit full paper strictly as per the template available on the institution website www.kvgengg.com/ncamrec2018. The papers will be peer reviewed by a technical review committee. The recommendation of review committee will be final.
Selected papers will be published in the International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research (IJSER), Indexed in Google Scholar, Thomson Reuters and UGC approved.
Kukke Subrahmanya is one of the major temples of Karnataka state. Lord Subrahmanya is worshipped in the form of serpent. The temple attracts many people from Karnataka and other parts of the country. Kukke Subrahmanya is located at a distance of 41 Km from Sullia.
Thodikana is a beautiful village situated in the foothills of Western Ghats and located at a distance of 12 Km from Sullia. The main attraction of Thodikana is a temple dedicated to Lord Mallikarjuna and Meenugundi.
Mangalore is the district headquarters of Dakshina Kannada District. The city has the benefit of numerous golden-sand beaches such as Panambur beach, Thannirbhavi beach, NITK beach, Someshwara beach, Mukka beach, Ullal beach.
Madikeri is a hill station town in Madikeri taluk in Karnataka state, India. Also known as Mercara, it is the headquarters of the district of Kodagu (also called Coorg). It is a popular tourist destination. It has tourist places such as Raja Seat, Madikeri Fort, Omkareshwar Temple, Abbey Falls, Dubare Elephant Camp etc