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Call for Papers

UGC Sponsored National Symposium On

Emerging Trends in Computer Science (ETCS 2011)


18 & 19 November, 2011


Barrackpore Rastraguru Surendranath College

Organized by

Department of Computer Science (with autonomous M.Sc. course) Barrackpore Rastraguru Surendranath College 85 Middle Road & 6 Riverside Road Barrackpore, W.B., PIN-700 120, India
Phone No:

+91-033-25945270, +91-033-25920603
In Collaboration with

Department of Computer Science & Engineering, University of Kalyani

Department of Computer Science & Engineering, University of Calcutta

Despite its short history as a formal academic discipline, computer science has made a number of fundamental contributions to science and society which includes Digital Revolution. State-of-the-art research areas in computer science derived various allied fields like Image Processing, GIS & Remote Sensing, Microelectronics and its applications, Data Warehousing and Data mining, Networking and Wireless Technology. The symposium will highlight the potential and new development in these areas and is open to explore new areas also. The main objective of the symposium is to provide a nation forum for meaningful interaction among Scientists, Engineers, Professionals, Researchers and Students from all over the country.


Barrackpore Rastraguru Surendranath College, BRSN College in short, was established in 1953 in the historical town Barrackpore situated in the east bank of the river Ganges. The college is UGC registered (under 2f & 12B) since nineteen sixties. It was formerly affiliated to University of Calcutta and is presently affiliated to West Bengal State University. Over the years the college has consolidated its position as a premier institution in the state of West Bengal imparting learning in the diverse areas of Humanities, Commerce and Basic Sciences. At present it is running 25 UG courses and 5 autonomous PG courses with more than 4500 students. It is one of the pioneering colleges in the state re accredited by NAAC. BRSN College is the second college in the state to start the Honours course in Computer Science which was started in the college in 1996. Till 2010, it produced three university toppers (2000, 2003 and 2010) and several university rank holders. The department started M.Sc. Computer Science as an autonomous post-graduate course affiliated to university of Calcutta in 2005-2006, again a pioneer in starting the course in the state.

The University of Kalyani was established in 1960 with a campus area of over 400 acres in Kalyani town 50 km away from Kolkata. It is well-connected by road and railway, with a railway station very close to the University. The department of Computer Science & Engineering under the Faculty of Engineering, Technology & Management has been established in 1992 where Ph. D. Programmes along with two AICTE accredited, courses, M. Tech. (CSE) and M.C.A are run by the University.

The University of Calcutta was established on January 24, 1857 by the incorporation of an Act of the Legislative Council of the then British India as the first University in Modern India. Now, it is known to all for its past & present glory. The Department of Computer Sc & Engineering was established in 1980 under the able leadership of Professor Arun Kr. Choudhury. National - Advisory Board Prof. A. R. Thakur, VC, WBSU Prof. A. K. Banerjee,VC, KU Prof. Bimal Roy, Director, ISI, Kolkata Prof. D. J. Chattopadhay, Pro VC Academic, CU Prof. G. V. Singh, JNU Prof. A. Damodaran, JNTU, Hyderabad Prof. S. K. Basu, BHU Prof. A. Jeyaram, ISRO, IIT KGP Campus. Prof. Subhansu Bandyopadhyay, CU Prof. J. K. Mandal, Dean, FETM, KU Dr. N. Chaki, Head Dept of Comp. Sc.& Engg, CU Prof. S. Mukherjee, BU Prof. B. P. Sinha, Dean, ISI, Kolkata Prof. Bhabatosh Chanda, ISI, Kolkata Prof. S. Sen Sarma, CU Prof. D. D. Sinha, CU Prof. D. Roy Choudhury, CU Prof. Sushanta Chakraborty , BESU Prof. Atal Chowdhury, JU Prof. N. R. Manna, NBU Prof. Parth Sarathi Dasgupta, IIM, Kolkata Dr. U. Biswas, Head, Dept of Comp. Sc. & Engg, KU Dr. K. Roy, WBSU Dr. A. Sanyal, SINP, Kolkata Dr. Sankhayan Chaudhury, CU Mr. S. K. Setua, CU

Call for Papers/ Posters/ Review Articles

Papers based on research and promising ideas focusing on the following areas (but not restricted to only these areas) are heartily invited for oral / poster presentation. Image Processing & Pattern Recognition GIS & Remote Sensing Microelectronics & its Applications Data Warehousing & Data mining

Networking & Wireless Technology Algorithm Design & Analysis

Presented papers will be published in post-symposium proceedings with ISBN number 9788192180823. Papers must be submitted online at e-mail ID Paper should be IEEE 5 pages Times New Roman, double column. The format can be downloaded from the url: To permit a blind review, do not include name(s) or affiliation(s) of the author(s) on the manuscript and abstract. The complete author information along with the name of the paper should be given in a separate page. Important dates Paper Submission Acceptance Notification Camera-ready Manuscript Registration Closes Symposium Dates 31 Aug 2011 15 Sep 2011 01 Nov 2011 06 Nov 2011 18-19 Nov 2011

Venue: Barrackpore
Barrackpore acquired the name as the site of the first major military base that was established in 1772 of the British East India Company. Prior to that time, Barrackpore was known as Chanak, and is mentioned by that name in the Manasamangal. Arguably, it is also believed that during the regime of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb, this place has been a major collection centre of Khajana-Taxes and then it was named Barbakpur from the name of its Jaigirdar-owner of land. With time the name changed to Barrackpore.

Two rebellions against British authority took place in Barrackpore in the 19th century; the first of this came in 1824, under Sepoy Binda Tiwary. In 1857, Barrackpore was the scene of an incident that some credit with starting the Indian rebellion of 1857; an Indian soldier Mangal Pandey, attacked his British Commander and was subsequently court-martialled. Geography & Climate Barrackpore is a major sub division town of North 24 parganas district of West Bengal. It is located at 22.76ON 88.37OE. It has an average elevation of 15 mtrs from the sea level. The city is in greater Kolkata and is about 23 k.m. from proper Kolkata. The nearest railway station Barrackpore is an important station on Sealdah-Naihati line. The nearest Airport is Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport at Dumdum. The average temperature during the symposium is between 22-27OC. Conference Kit Conference Kit includes the Pre-Conference Proceedings, Stationary items, Lunch Coupons, etc. The Post-conference Proceedings (with ISBN No. 9788192180823) will be published with the presented papers. Accommodation Limited number of accommodation may be arranged (on payment) on prior information from the participants. Communication Smt. Ishita De, Head, Dept. of Computer Sc., BRSNC, +919433211885, email:,, Prof. J.K. Mandal, Dean, FETM, KU, +919434352214, e-mail: Dr. N. Chaki, Head, Dept. of Comp. Sc. & Engg., CU, +919433068073, e-mail: Sri Anirban Chakraborty, Dept. of Computer Sc., BRSNC, +919434811374, e-mail: Sri Subhajit Guha, Dept. of Computer Sc., BRSNC, +919830043136, e-mail:

Registration Form
UGC Sponsored National Symposium on Emerging Trends in Computer Science Name: Dr./Mr./Ms. _____________________________ (in capital letters) ________________________________ Designation: ___________________________________ Organization: __________________________________ _______________________________________________ Address for communication:______________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ Permanent address: _____________________________ _______________________________________________ Contact No: _____________ (R) ________________(M) Email Id: ______________________________________ Category (Please tick): Professional ( ) / Student ( ) Food Habit (Please tick): Vegetarian ( ) / Non-veg ( ) Participation Fees Payment Details: Payment Option(Please tick): Demand-draft ( ) / Cash ( ) DD No: ___________________Date:________________ Drawee Bank & Branch: _________________________ Demand-draft should be drawn in favor of Barrackpore Rastraguru Surendranath College, payable at Barrackpore. Registration Fees Registration Fee:
Note Registration will be accepted on first-come-first-serve basis. Completed registration-form along with DD/cash (envelope should be captioned by Registration-form ETCS 2011) should reach college-office on or before 06 Nov, 2011 between 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. from Monday to Friday and between 10:30 a.m. to12:30 p.m. on Saturday at the address Barrackpore Rastraguru Surendranath College, 85 Middle Road, Barrackpore, W.B., PIN-700 120, India Office Phone: +91-033-2594 5270, +91-033-2592 0603 Web:, Email:

Rs. 500/-