Institute of Infrastructure, Technology, Research and Management (IITRAM) is an Autonomous University as declared in the Gujarat Government Act no. 5 of 2013- broadly known as IITRAM Act, provides Engineering education with undergrad and post grad courses in Civil, Mechanical, Electrical branches. It also offers PhD programs in engineering branches of Civil, Mechanical and Electrical along with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, English, Sociology and Economics. It is an initiative of the Government of Gujarat to impart education in engineering fields which mainly focuses on Infrastructure and Infrastructure Management. To cultivate skill based Engineers, IITRAM has advanced curriculum, labs, and industry tie ups to produce advanced, skilled and trained professionals for technologically advanced nation. IITRAM is striving hard to bring qualitative improvement in teaching and learning process and achieve excellence in the field of technical education which is capable of responding to the changing requirements of technical manpower.
International Conference on Power, Control and Communication Infrastructure 2019 (ICPCCI2019) will be held on
July 4-5,2019 in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India. The ICPCCI2019 will be a melting pot of researchers from academia, and R & D
organizations and practicing engineers from the utilities, industries and service providers to discuss, share and promote ideas
related to state-of-the-art Innovations in Technologies for the Power-Control-Communication sectors. The conference
includes Industrial Panel Sessions, Keynote Speeches, Plenary talks, Tutorials, Papers and Poster presentation.
With 3 technical streams spread over 2 days, there will be plenty of opportunities for the participants to showcase their work
in front of professionals of respective fields.
Ahmedabad is located in the heart of Gujarat state in the western part of India. The walled city of Ahmadabad, founded in the 15th century on the eastern bank of the Sabarmati river, presents a rich architectural heritage from the sultanate period, notably the Bhadra citadel, the walls and gates of the fort city, numerous mosques & tombs, and important Hindu and Jain temples of later periods. The urban fabric is endowed with heritage precincts in form of densely-packed traditional houses (pols) in gated traditional streets (puras) featuring bird feeders, public wells and religious institutions. Besides its rich past, Ahmedabad is known for its association with Mahatma Gandhi, textile mills, and pharmaceuticals & chemical industry. It has places of tourist attraction like Gandhi Ashram, Adalaj stepwell, Sun Temple Modhera, Akshardham, Calico Museum, Nal Sarovar bird sanctuary and other monuments. Ahmedabad is accessible from all the major cities of the country by rail, road and air; and from many overseas cities by direct international flights.