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Goa to host ICMET -2018 at Carmel College for Women
A two-day International Conference on Advances in Mathematics, Engineering & Technology (ICMET -2018) is going to be organized by Carmel College for Women, Goa and International Multidisciplinary Research Foundation (IMRF) on December 28 and 29 this year.

According to the event organizers, ICMET -2018 shall be one of the significant conferences in mathematics, statistics, computer science and engineering sciences community held in conjunction with publication of the peer reviewed international research journal  of mathematical sciences.

The Conference is designed with Special Invited Research Lectures, Paper Presentations and Poster Presentations. “The main intention is to reflect the pioneering state of research in mathematics, statistics, computer science, engineering sciences,” it is stated.

Further, some non-technical talks connected with promotion of research in mathematics, statistics and computer science will also be convened. 

IMRF, as a non-profit academic and research prefecture  organization. has made a mark in the realm of education and research with the vision and mission to emphasize ‘a broad liberal research foundation and development of deep subject-area knowledge holding out unsurpassed opportunities for young researchers, academicians, faculty-cult, student-sect across worldwide to participate, present and render their genuine lot by encouraging them participate in the advancement of multidisciplinary fields of knowledge-emission witnessed across the thresholds of IMRF towards exploring intellectual passion,’ it is claimed.

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