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International Conference on Energy, Sustainability & Environmental Management (ESEM)

Conference Date : 05th - 06th May 2018

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Conference Venue

Hotel Bon Sejour

252, Lenin Street Kosapalayam, Shopping Mall, Puducherry, 605013


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Keynote Speakers

  • Dr. G K Roy Former Director

  • Dr. Jagdish Chand BansalAssociate Professor

  • Dr. Sanjeev BansalDean

About Conference

esem-coferenceAim of ESEM is to disseminate innovative ideas and latest technological know-how. The conference will bring together leading researchers, engineers, industrialists, scientists, and even commoners in the domain of interest from around the world. Looking at the present scenario of technological advancement and development in the field of Energy, Sustainability & Environmental Management , it becomes imperative for each one of us to update our knowledge and adapt ourselves to the changing scenario. This era of globalization and modernization, has given us not only a comfortable and luxurious life but has also given rise to various issues and problems pertaining to our environment and existence. This international conference brings together experts, intelligentsia and potential researchers from various fields on a common platform to brood and ponder on the recent innovations and techniques for the sustainable development of humanity.

ESEM is pleased to announce conference which is scheduled to be held on 05th – 06th May 2018 at Pondicherry, India. The ESEM 2018 will offer a pathway of quality R&D updates from key experts and will provide an opportunity in bringing the new techniques and horizons that will contribute to innovation & sustainable development in Energy, Sustainability & Environmental Management.

About Pondicherry, India

About-PondicherryPondicherry is the capital city and the largest city of the Indian union territory of Puducherry. The city of Pondicherry is situated in Puducherry district of the union territory. It is affectionately known as Pondy, and has been officially known by the alternative name Puducherry in Tamil (New Town) since 2006. Pondicherry city consists of 42 wards. Wards 1–10 are located in north of the city. Wards 11–19 are located in Boulevard Town and remaining wards are located in the southwest of the downtown

The topography of Pondicherry is the same as that of coastal Tamil Nadu. Pondicherry's average elevation is at sea level, and a number of sea inlets, referred to as "backwaters" can be found. Puducherry experiences extreme coastal erosion as a result of a breakwater constructed in 1989,[6] just to the south of the town. Where there was once a broad, sandy beach, now the city is "protected" against the sea by a 2-km-long seawall. While there was an early seawall made by the French government in 1735, this was not "hard structure coastal defense" so much as an adjunct to the old shipping pier and a transition from the beach to the town, which sits at a height of 8.5 m above sea level. Today, the seawall consists of rows of granite boulders which are reinforced every year in an attempt to stop erosion. As a consequence of the seawall, Pondicherry experiences severe seabed erosion and turbulence at the coastal margin, resulting in an extreme loss of biodiversity within the critical intertidal zone. Whenever gaps appear as the stones fall into the continually eroding seabed, the government of Puducherry adds more boulders. Pondicherry's seawall has also caused beach erosion to migrate further up the coast, to the fishing villages in Puducherry and Tamil Nadu to the north of the town.

History of Pondicherry

Pondicherry-HistoryThe history of the city of Pondicherry is recorded only after the arrival of Dutch, Portuguese, British and French colonialists. By contrast, nearby places such as Arikamedu, Ariyankuppam, Kakayanthoppe, Villianur and Bahur, which were colonised by the French East India Company over a period of time and which later became the union territory of Pondicherry, have recorded histories that predate the colonial period. A marketplace named Poduke or Poduca is recorded as a Roman trading destination from the mid 1st century. The area was part of the Pallava Kingdom of Kanchipuram in the 4th century. The Cholas of Thanjavur held it from the 10th to 13th centuries, only to be replaced by the Pandya Kingdom in the 13th century. The Vijayanagar Empire took control of almost all of the South of India in the 14th century and maintained control until 1638 when they were supplanted by the Sultan of Bijapur.

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PLACE : Pondicherry, India

DATE : 05th - 06th May 2018



Important Dates

Abstract/Paper Submission Deadline 2nd April 2018
Acceptance Notification 07th April 2018
Early-Bird Registration Deadline 12th April 2018
Last Date of Registration 20th April 2018
Late Registration Deadline 27th April 2018
Full Paper Submission Deadline 30th April 2018
Conference Date 05th 06th May 2018


Bon Sejour Hotel

Hotel Bon Sejour

252, Lenin Street Kosapalayam,
Puducherry, 605013

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