"There are four dimensions of [Total Quality Management]. One aspect is initiative. Second is innovation. Third is creativity and the fourth excellence. These four elements should be incorporated in [the] curriculum and co-curricular activities."


- Revered Prof. P. S. Satsangi

Presented papers to appear in IEEE Xplore.
Attractive Prizes worth
over Rs. 1,00,000 to be won.

The IEEE Region 10 Humanitarian Technology Conference 2016 (IEEE R10 HTC 2016 ) is being organized at the Dayalbagh Education Institute (DEI), India from December 21 through 23, 2016, on the theme.
"Sigma 6Q & Smart Villages: Making Sustainability a Way of life".
The areas of interest for the conference include (but are not limited to) Energy, Environment Systems, Education Systems, Healthcare, Agriculture & Dairying, Smart Villages and Women Empowerment.

Dayalbagh Education Institute
IEEE Student Branch announces

Students' Innovation Pavilion Special Track

Submission to this track is limited to innovative working models based on Humanitarian Technologies by students. The Track invites short papers (maximum 4 pages) describing the contribution and possible applications in any area that is of interest and relevance to the conference theme. The first author must be a student.

The participation will also have an opportunity to showcase their work at an exhibition in the conference. Students are strongly encouraged to display a model or prototype of their work.

The track has attractive prizes for the best presentations. All selected papers that are presented at the conference will appear in IEEE Xplore. Please follow the submission guidelines for the conference.

For any questions related to this special track, please contact the DEI IEEE Student Branch through email at dei.ieee.sb@gmail.com.

Last date for camera-ready paper
November 06, 2016