Enviromental Pollution & It's Control ( EPIC ) Conference Series
is a joint initiative taken by the Engineering College,
Banswara, Government of Rajasthan and BVM Vidyanagar, an autonomous institute under Govt. of Gujrat to provide a
platform for Researchers , technocrats, scientist , academicians, industry person, policy makers and comman man to develop, formulate and implement pollution control stratergies in structured manner which is threatening the very existance of the planet earth.
The event will also provide tremendous opportunities to all the participating
companies to enhance their brand value by displaying their product and services
among the delegates and business visitors provided during the conference.
The 3rd edition of the EPIC - An International Conference on “Enviromental Pollution & Its Control" ( EPIC - 2020 )
is scheduled to be held at Govt Engineering College Banswara during March 02-03, 2020.
Engineering College, Banswara,is affiliated with Rajasthan Technical University, Kota, (
Government of Rajasthan ). EC Banswara in collaboration with BVM Vidyanagar Gujrat ,
Technosys System Jaipur and Winbee Solutions is organizing the third edition of conference
series EPIC during March 02-03, 2020 at Engineering College Banswara.
EPIC - 2018 was organized as a national conference during March 09 - 10 ,2018 at
Engineering College Banswara. The conference was huge success with over 75 research /
review papers from all over country. Dr. Sanchita Jindal ( Member Advisory Board, Scientist
G, MoEF , Govt. of India ) was honoured chair for the conference.
The conference entailed
EPIC - 2019 was organized as a national conference during February 18-19, 2019 at
Engineering College Banswara. The conference was huge success with over 62
research/review paper from all over the country. Prof. Animes Kumar Golder (Professor,
Chemical Engineering Department, IIT Guwahati) was honoured chair for the conference. .
The conference entailed 500+ participants from the PAN India including foreign delegates
and discussion on emerging trends in Environmental Pollution & Its Control.
India is at the bottom of the list in the environmental health category, it ranks 178 out of 180 as far as air quality is concerned. Its overall low ranking - 177 among 180 countries - was linked to poor performance in the environmental health policy and deaths due to air pollution categories.