Springer International Conference on Biologically Inspired Techniques in Many-Criteria Decision Making (BITMDM-2019) will be organized by Dept. of Information & Communication Technology during 19th-20th December, 2019 at Fakir Mohan University, Balasore Odisha, India
The objective of this International Conference is to bring together leading researchers, academicians, and developers from the area of all Engineering, Science, and Management disciplines to a common platform for discussion on the overall growth of Technologies inspired biologically and their common applications in many real world problems with many criteria optimization.
The Fakir Mohan University, Balasore, Odisha was established by the Government of Odisha, Under Section 32 of the Odisha University Act, 1989 and it was notified vide the Government Notification No. 973 dated 3rd July, 1999.The University has also been duly recognized by the UGC under Section 2(f) of the UGC Act by the Notification No. F-9-1/2000 (CPP-I), dated 11th February 2000 as well as under Section 12(B), vide UGC letter No. F.9-1/2000 (CPP-I) dated 23rd December, 2005.It has also been accredited by the Association of Indian University and B+ Grade by NAAC.
The Department of Information & Communication Technology (ICT) has started offering Master degree course in Information and Communication Technology from the year 2004. On the basis of the cafeteria approach, the Department has also started offering 3-year MCA course from the same year. However, on completion of the 2 years course (i.e., 4th semester) a student is entitled for M. Sc. (IT) degree. The Department is also running the M. Tech.(CS) and M. Phil in Computer Science programme through self financing and regular mode, respectively. The Department sincerely attempts to prepare professionals in Information and Communication Technology for corporate and non-corporate sectors including government and developmental institutions.
Balasore or Baleshwar is a city in the state of Odisha, about 194 kilometres (121 mi) north of the state capital Bhubaneswar, in eastern India. It is the administrative headquarters of Balasore district. It is best known for Chandipur beach. The Indian Ballistic Missile Defense Program's Integrated Test Range is located 18 km south of Balasore. The spoken language in Balasore is Odia. It is the largest city of North Odisha.
Chandipur-on-sea is a seaside resort famous for its mile long beach. It is a unique beach – the tide comes to the shore only four times a day, at fixed intervals. At a distance of 30 km south-west is Panchalingeshwar, a temple and scenic spot high on a mountain. The presiding deity there, Shiva, cannot be seen. One has to touch and feel the statue as it is behind (submerged under) a waterfall. About 33 km south-west of Balasore, the town Santaragadia has the Biseswar temple situated on a hill. The town is surrounded by hills on all sides. Nearby is Khulia village, a settlement of aboriginals. Around 30 km south-east of Balasore is a port named Dhamra.
Khirachora Gopinatha Temple, situated at Remuna, approximately 7 km from the main town of Balasore, was built by King Langula Narasimha Dev, who also built the famous temple at Konark. Khirochora Gopinath Temple is notable for its mythological story about how it was built there. The prashad of Krishna the khira is famous. The Biranchinarayan Temple, Palia, AstaDurga, and Bhudhar Chandi are some other temples located in the region..
Dept OF ICT,
Fakir Mohan University, Vyasa Vihar, Balasore,India