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A scientific program featuring more than 200+ presentations reflecting your most concerned research issues of Engineering, Sciences and Management by leading researchers, teachers and practitioners.
The Conference was inaugurated in the esteemed presence of Prof.(Late) M.M.M. Sarcar, Honorable Vice-Chancellor, JNTU-A and Chairman Shri. Santhi Ramudu. The inaugural function was attended by participants from various places along with other eminent dignitaries such as The Technical Chair Prof. Lakshminarasimhan , Technical Co-chairs Dr. T. Jayachandra Prasad and Dr. D.V. Ashok Kumar and Prof. J. Prakash, University of Botswana to name a few.
We have eminent keynote speakers Dr. Sundararajan who is a Fellow of IEEE, an Associate Fellow of AIAA and also a Fellow of the Institution of Engineers, (IES) Singapore and Dr. Jagannathan Sarangapani (referred here as S. Jagannathan) is at the Missouri University of Science and Technology (former University of Missouri-Rolla) where he is a Rutledge-Emerson Endowed Chair Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Site Director for the NSF Industry/University Cooperative Research Center on Intelligent Maintenance Systems. Dr. Seshadri Srinivasan, Scientist, from Singapore and Prof. V.K. Singh, Dean of Computer Science, Centurion University of Technology and Management, Odisha.
The Conference was organized to initiate a dialogue on the theme and to critically analyse the contribution of technology and other initiatives by academicians, students, researchers, and other stakeholders with a view to understand the need of ‘Smart Cities.’
The name Nandyal is derived from the phrase "Nandi Alayam” and is surrounded by nine ancient temples - Pradama Nandi, Naga Nandi, Soma Nandi, Krishna Nandi, Surya Nandi, Vishnu Nandi, Garuda Nandi,Vinayaka Nandi, Maha Nandi. It has been an important pilgrim centre and agricultural hub since the days of the Vijayanagara Kingdom. Rail-connectivity in 1890 has led to rapid development. It became a Municipality in 1900 and was visited by many national leaders like Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi. Nandyal has the unique distinction of producing a Prime Minister (Sri P.V. Narasimha Rao who is popularly known as the Father of Indian Economic Reforms) and a President (Dr. Neelam Sanjeeva Reddy) for India.
Etymology: The town was originally called Nandalluru. It derives its name from Nandi, the vehicle of Siva. It is surrounded by nine nandis and hence the name Nandyala. The temples draw pilgrims from various places. It had a population of 200,746 at the time of the 2011 Census.Nandyal is a city in Kurnool district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is a municipality and the headquarters of Nandyal mandal in Nandyal revenue division
History: The name Nandyal is from the word "Nandi Alayam". This place is approximately center point of nine Nandi temples and it has been an important pilgrimage site since the days of the Vijayanagar Kingdom owing to its nine Nandi temples. It was the introduction of railways in 1890, however, that led to its rapid development. It became a municipality in 1900 and was visited, among others by Mahatma Gandhi, Dr. Rajendra Prasad, Jawaharlal Nehru, and Indira Gandhi. Nandyal is surrounded by 9 Nandi's namely "Soma nandi", "Pradama Nandi", "Krishna Nanadi", "Surya Nandi", "Vishnu Nandi", "Maha Nandi",etc., and hence it has got the name of Nandyal.
Mahanandi, is a village located east of the Nallamala Hills near Nandyal, Kurnool District, Andhra Pradesh, India. It is surrounded by forests. Within 15 km of Mahanandi, there are nine Nandi shrines known as Nava nandulu. Mahanandi is one of the Nava Nandis. The Mahanandiswara Swamy Temple, an important shrine, is located here. This ancient temple dates back over 1,500 years. The inscriptions of 10th century tablets speak of the temple being repaired and rebuilt several times.
Ahobilam, is located in Karnool district of Andhra Pradesh in the hills of the eastern ghats, about 400 KM northwest of Chennai. The temple consists of nine shrines to Lord Nrisimha located around a 5 KM circle. In addition to the nine shrines, there is a temple for Prahaladavarada Varadhan in the foothills of the mountain. Due to security reasons and the difficulty in performing daily worship, many of the utsava vigrahas of the nine shrines are kept in this temple. Ahobilam is the place where the Lord killed Hiranyakasipu and saved Prahalada. Mahalakshmi took avathar as Senjulakshmi among the Senju, tribal hunters of the hills, and married the Lord. Sri Ahobila Muth, one of the most important Sri Vaishnava religious institutions in India, was established by Sri Athivan Satakopan at the instructions of Lord Lakshmi Nrisimha of Ahobilam. In fact, the utsava moorthy of the Malola Nrisimha temple, one of the nine shrines of Ahobilam, is the presiding deity of Sri Ahobila Mutham. Sri Malolan accompanies Srimad Azhagiya Singar, the spiritual and titular head of Sri Ahobila Mutham, on his travels.
Belum Caves, Located in the Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh, Belum Caves are the largest and longest cave system in India still open for the tourists. The second largest caves in India after the Krem Liat Prah in Meghalaya and famous for their unique formations such as stalactite and stalagmite formations, the caves were formed over a period of millions of years with the consequent formation of limestone. One of the centrally protected monuments of national importance, the Belum Caves has numerous pathways with intricate patterns of water stream on limestone which are bound to leave you awestruck over the sheer will of nature and the beauty it can create. As of this date, more than three and a half kilometers of the cave has been successfully explored of which only a kilometer and half is accessible to common tourists. A depth in advance of three thousand meters, Belum Caves goes as deep as 46 meters at one point inside the cave, which is known as Pataalaganga. A mysterious underground stream flows all year at this point, gliding over the rocks and hiding beneath the surface again. The cave consists of various long passages, galleries, large cavities with fresh water and water tunnels. There are three spectacular sinkholes. Geologists have an absolute feast with the sight of three spectacular sinkholes formed due to the movement of subterranean water flow. An enormous forty feet high statue of Lord Buddha was installed outside the caves to commemorate the roles of monks in the caves.
Yaganti, Sri Yaganti Uma Maheswara Temple or Yaganti is a temple of Lord Shiva in Kurnool District in the India state of Andhra Pradesh. It was built according to Vaishnavaite traditions. This temple was constructed by King Harihara Bukka Raya of the Sangama Dynasty of the Vijayanagara Empire in the 15th century. It was built according to Vaishnavaite traditions. One story of the site's origin is as follows: The sage Agastya wanted to build a temple for Lord Venkateswara on this site. However, the statue that was made could not be installed as the toe nail of the idol got broken. The sage was upset over this and performed a penance for Shiva. When Shiva appeared, he said the place suits Shiva better as it resembles Kailash. Agastya then requested Shiva to give the devotees a Parvathi Goddess as Lord Uma Maheswara in a single stone, which Shiva obliged.