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Rabindranath Tagore College of Engineering for Women is situated in Salem , Salem is in Salem District .The Rabindranath Tagore College of Engineering for Women was started and now in a good condition also . The Rabindranath Tagore College of Engineering for Women is affiliated in Anna University Chennai . The Rabindranath Tagore College of Engineering for Women have the hostelfacilities and all other infrastructures . The Rabindranath Tagore College of Engineering for Women , Rabindranath Tagore College of Engineering for Women provide Bachelor degree courses and diploma courses in Engineering .The Rabindranath Tagore College of Engineering for Women is pioneer one.The Rabindranath Tagore College of Engineering for Women provides good faculties and theRabindranath Tagore College of Engineering for Women also provides good infrastructural facilities also.The Rabindranath Tagore College of Engineering for Women have advanced library facility .TheRabindranath Tagore College of Engineering for Women also have better computer labs.

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTATION AND COMMUNICATION ADVANCEMENT (IC3A) 2013 – ORGANIZED ON 11TH -12TH JANUARY, 2013.

Renowned National and International Educationists were present to deliberate on the research progress and development in the fields of Computer Science and Information Technology, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Instrumentation and Bio Engineering in parallel sessions.

Some of the notable names from the Academia include Prof. E. Balagurusamy (Member, UPSC and former VICE Chancellor, Anna University), Prof. S. Dasgupta (Director, Technical Education, Govt. of WB), Prof. Sankar K Pal (distinguished scientist and Former Director, Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta), Prof. Ajay K. Ray (Vice Chancellor, Bengal Engineering and Science University), Prof. Alok K. Banerjee (Vice Chancellor, Kalyani University), Prof. Sivaji Chakraborti (JU and IEEE Kolkata Section), Prof. S.M. Chatterjee (Chairman BOG, JISCE), Prof. Willem-Paul Brinkman, Delft University, The Netherlands; Prof. Basabi Chakraborti Iwate Prefectural University, Japan; and Dr.Yoshino Hiroshi, Director, Tokyo University, Japan, Prof. Siben Dasgupta, Wentworth Inst. of Tech., USA, Dr. Rakesh Babu, and University of Wisconsin, USA among others

The technical plenary sessions were addressed by experts from Germany – Prof. Siegfried Dickhoven (Expert in Technology research), Prof. Peter Kroetz (Civil Engg.), Prof. Franz-Josef Kotalla (Electrical Engg.) and Prof. Helmut Glock (Technical Mechanics).

There was a session entitled Corporate Panel discussion on “Expectation of Corporate world from Academia” and that was addressed by the corporate bigwigs including from IT Industry.

A total of 76 papers were presented during the Conference which served to be a platform of sharing ideas and identifying future direction in the computation and communication influenced by demand driven and productive research so as to fulfill the socio-economic needs and desires.