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As part of the golden jubilee celebrations of TKM College of Engineering, the Department of Mechanical Engineering is organising a national-level technical symposium - Mexsym 08 - to be held from February 27 to 29 at the college campus.

Mexsym 08 from Feb 27

KOLLAM, India | Posted on February 25th, 2008

The programme is being conducted in memory of M K Hameed, former principal and head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering.

Addressing a press conference, K M Chacko, chairman of Mexsym 08 said that the symposium had been planned as a common platform for discussion on the latest developments in mechanical engineering among the research scholars, practising engineers, academicians and students.

The symposium is based on green technology and related topics including environmental issues, waste management, sustainable development, recycling and reuse, nanotechnology, alternate technology and products, clean energy for the future, conserving natural resources, hybrid vehicles, water management, bio-technology and green building design.

Rear Admiral H S Bhaktavatsala, principal, Naval Academy, will deliver the inaugural address at 3.30 pm on February 27. Milind V Rane, professor, IIT, Bombay, will deliver the keynote address.

Mehaboob, MD, Hycount group of companies, will offer felicitation. Students and delegates from 75 institutions across the country have shown interest in the conference. More than 20 research scholars from Mumbai, Anantpur, Banglore and Nagpur are expected to present papers.

Solomon Tesfamariam from Bahir Dir University, Ethiopia, will be presenting his paper on Solar Sorption - Refrigeration cycles in the event. 17 selected papers by students will compete for the best paper award.

Talks by Thomas M Varghese, former dean of Haryana Agriculture University, Senior Scientist S Savithri of the NIIST and Kamalakaran K P of the VSSC will be held on February 28.

Government secretary K Sureshkumar will address the valedictory session at 3 pm on February 29 and will distribute the prizes. Principal M C Philipose will present the mementos. P G Mathews, head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, will preside over the meeting.

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TKM College(PO)
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Kerala

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