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Last date for paper submission extended to 27/02/2017,....All accepted papers will be indexed in IEEE Digital Explore Library,....

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The ICCPCT-2017 International Conference on Circuits, Power and Computing Technologies provides an international forum for industry professionals and researchers to deliberate explore and contribute their research to discuss the latest advancements & future directions in the emerging areas of Engineering & Technology. This event will take place in the Baselios Mathews II College of Engineering, Kollam on the 18th - 19th of March 2017.

The Conference theme is Recent Innovations, Current Advancements and Challenges in Engineering Technology. This theme establishes a focus on practical applications of theory and methodologies, to analyse state of the art developments, open problems and future trends leading to Electrical, Electronics and Computer Technologies. The conference also aims to bring together worldwide leading researchers from industry and academia, to present & exchange their ideas, applications and innovative techniques in the field of Electrical, Electronics and Computer Technologies.

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Thangassery In Kollam

A beautiful beach town, Thangassery was established by the Portuguese in 1502 and became one of the major sources of Pepper trade. The town is famous for its beautiful and clean beach and a 44 meters tall light house that provides the most amazing views of the city. The town is a picturesque and contains several churches and other monuments that belong to the Portuguese and Dutch era.

Thenmala In Kollam

The first planned eco-tourism destination in India, Thenmala is located by the Kallanda River and is famous for being a favorite shooting location for Tamil and Malayalam films. The town attracts several tourists with its trekking and mountaineering spots and lush green surroundings. The Hanging Bridge is a popular attraction along with the Thenmala Dam.

Palaruvi Waterfalls In Kollam

With a massive height of 91 meters the Palaruvi Waterfalls are a horsetail waterfall and a major tourist attraction in Kollam. The name Palaruvi literally means a stream of milk and is one of the most picturesque places to visit in Kerala. The lush green surrounding with the backdrop of the misty mountains make it a perfect picnic spot to relax your body and senses.