International Conference on Communication, Circuits, and Systems (iC3S 2020) will be held from 16th October 2020 to 18th October 2020. It aims to bring together academicians, scientists, industry professionals, scholars, and students together to exchange research outcomes and open up new horizons in the areas of signal processing, communications, and devices. The conference covers extensive research domains and promises to provide opportunities to foster further research relationships between universities and industry, for the exchange of ideas and facilitate collaboration. The plenary talks by eminent persona from the length and breadth of technology aims to be revealing and deliver quantifiable knowledge on research opportunities in newfound domains.
Established as a modest institute in the idyllic city of Bhubaneswar in June 1992, Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology is now a profound institute for learning with a vision, to build an imperishable society through education which revolves around boundless learning, research, and development. Having been granted the status of Deemed To Be University by the Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India in 2004, KIIT has been accorded the accreditation of the ‘A’ grade, by NAAC of UGC. KIIT offers more than 100 academic programs ranging from engineering to management, law to film studies. Inculcating global perspective, KIIT stands 8th among the reputed private universities in India, proclaimed as an ‘A’ category, by the Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India, accredited by IET, UK as well as the ‘Tier-1’ accreditation (Washington Accord) for all engineering streams by the NBA, and is also a younger member of Association of Commonwealth Universities. In 2019, KIIT was recognized as an Institute of Eminence by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD).
Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences, the first tribal Deemed to Be University in India which started with 125 poor tribal children in 1993, in a rented house at Bhubaneswar. A sister concern of Kalinga Institute of Information Technology (KIIT), Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS) with more than 27,000 children and 62 indigenous tribes of Odisha, has been a home for over 37,000 students. KISS is a free of cost, fully residential educational institute, exclusively for penurious tribal children. It is a center of learning for the underprivileged section of the society, with the philosophy of ‘Art Of Giving’. UNESCO, UNICEF, UNFPA, as well as the US Federal Government have associated themselves with KISS for several initiatives and programs that have been undertaken by the institute. KISS aspires to work more and plans to open branches in all thirty districts of Odisha and also all the states of India. A branch of KISS, KISS-DELHI is successfully operating in NCR with the collaboration of Government Of Delhi.