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Aakaar 2015

The symposium is a chance for students to present their research work in a formal conference setting in front of some of the nation’s most talented students, eminent professors and industry professionals. It provides an excellent opportunity for young civil engineers to discuss cutting edge research topics, to explore connection between research and practice and to network with their peers. The symposium is organised in March every year.

• To enable closer interaction between students and our Institute’s professors
• To encourage research in the field of Civil Engineering
• To motivate the students for participating in national and international conferences
• Students have opportunity to “learn-by-doing”:
• How international papers and journals are designed.
• How papers are being presented.
• To generate a thinking process among the students and to help them incubate their innovative


Whether you are an experienced researcher or are simply interested in learning about what other students are doing, aakaar invites you all to attend the symposium to explore the various research opportunities ahead in civil engineering.

Event Deadline
Deadline for Abstract submission 30/Dec/2014
Declaration of shortlisted abstracts 20/Jan/2015
Submission of full papers 10/Feb/2015
Payment of registration fees 10/Feb/2015
Declaration of final list
of participants
Aakaar main event and
Mid-March 2015



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Kanwarjot Singh

Kanwarjot Singh is the founder of Civil Engineering Portal, a leading civil engineering website which has been awarded as the best online publication by CIDC. He did his BE civil from Thapar University, Patiala and has been working on this website with his team of Civil Engineers.

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