Karur is the administrative headquarters of Karur District in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu and is the first district formed after independence. It is situated on the banks of River Amaravathi, which has been ruled, at different period by different kings, such as the Chera, Vijayanagar Empire, Madurai Nayaks, Hyder Ali, Carnatic kingdom, and the British. It is located at a distance of 370 kilometres southwest of the state capital Chennai. It is well known for hand loom, power loom textile products, paper and bus body works industries. Karur also prides itself in having some important government educational institutes, colleges and schools. Karur is famous for its numerous, ancient temples. The town is one of the seven sacred shivalayams. The most famous temple of the town is the Pasupathiswaralingam Temple which houses are five feet tall lingam. Roadways are the major mode of transportation to the town, but Karur also has rail road connectivity. The nearest airport is Tiruchirapalli International Airport, located 77 km southeast from Karur.


M.Kumarasamy College of Engineering established in the year 2000 by M. Kumarasamy Health and Educational Trust with a vision to provide technical education for people from all walks of life, has made rapid strides on all fronts to achieve academic excellence within a short span of time. The college has earned a remarkable position in the field of technical education through the untiring efforts of the visionary management, competent faculty members and stupendous students. The institution with its state of the art facilities and a team of dedicated faculty members has become a hub of technocrats and is marching towards new frontiers. The consistently good academic performance of the students coupled with excellent placement record portrays the quality of education being provided in the college. The mantra of success for the college emanates from its strong value system which gives prominence for developing responsible citizens to build a strong India. The Institute has been conferred upon the AUTONOMOUS status by the University Grand Commission, Ministry of Higher Education, Government of India in the year 2010.


The IEEE International Conference on Electrical, Instrumentation and Communication Engineering (ICEICE 2016) will be held at M. Kumarasamy College of Engineering Karur, India during 27th -28th April 2017. The mission of the conference is to bring together academics and industrial experts in the field of Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation and Communication engineering to a common forum, where a constructive dialog on theoretical concepts, practical ideas and results of the state of the art technology can be developed. Motivating young scientists, budding technologists and entrepreneurs in these fields to enrich their knowledge by interacting with their peers in their respective areas is a prime goal of the conference. The conference will be attended by research students, academics, personnel from Industry and R&D and manufacturers of various equipment.


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