VII  International Conference


 Sustainable Energy and Environmental Challenges (VII SEEC)

December 16-18, 2022


Organized by

Indian Institute of Technology (BHU), Varanasi, India

Under the auspices of

International Society for Energy, Environment and Sustainability (ISEES)




Call for Papers


Technical Program







About India

Welcome to India... a country of most striking contrast, beauty, compassion, and adventure. Whether it's the vast difference between the heights of the mighty Himalayan mountains and the flats of the epic Thar desert or the huge variety of foods, colors, wildlife, scenery, culture, and adventure means India is truly a place to get excited about. There are 35 World Heritage Sites in India. India's culture and heritage are a rich blend of the past and the present. India is one of the world's fastest-growing economies and one of the fastest developing countries. As it opens up to a globalized world, India still has a depth of history and intensity of culture that awes and fascinates the visitors. Therefore, your visit will indeed be an interesting one.

For more information on India, please visit the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India website

About Varanasi

Lying in the south of Uttar Pradesh, on the banks of the holy River Ganga, breathes Varanasi, which is believed  to be the  the oldest living city in the world. For centuries, the mystic of this place has been attracting pilgrims from across India as well as abroad. A dwelling of ancient domes, muths, ashrams, priests, narrow lanes with shops filled with Benaresi sarees, Varanasi represents the colorful and fascinating India of your dreams. With intimate rituals of life and death being parallelly performed on the Ghats, you’ll find it exhilarating to explore the religious geography of this city. Walk through the busy alleyways or watch the sunrise from a boat for an unforgettable experience. Trace the perimeter of the city, paying homage to shrines all the way. Who knows, a journey to this City of Light may turn out to be your favorite stop of all. Varanasi (Benares, Kashi) is the oldest living city in the world. It is the most sought after pilgrimage town for Hindus. It is believed, if anyone dies in Varanasi they attain salvation and freedom from the cycle of birth and rebirth. Sarnath, just 10 km away, where Buddha preached his first sermon after enlightenment, attracts devotees of many faiths. It is also a centre of knowledge.

Reaching IIT BHU, Varanasi

Varanasi is the cultural capital of India and the melting pot of Indian civilization. Varanasi or Banaras has a well-developed transport network and is well connected to all the major Indian cities and states by air, road and rail.

Reaching IIT (BHU) Varanasi

(1) By Air: The approachable airport to the city is Babatpur which is approximately 35 km away from BHU. One can easily get a direct flight to Varanasi from cities like Delhi, Agra, Khajurao, Kolkata, Mumbai, Lucknow and Bhubaneshwar airport.

(2) By Rail: Since Varanasi lies in the heartland of the North Indian plains, it is connected to major cities of India via rail. There are two railway stations in Varanasi, Varanasi Cantt. Rly. Station (Junction) and Mughalsarai Rly. Station.

From Varanasi Cantt. Railway Station to BHU:

BHU Campus is about 10 km. from Varanasi Cantt. Railway Station. Round the clock Auto/Taxi services are available from Varanasi Cantt. Station to BHU (Lanka).

More details will be updated soon.





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Last Updated on 20th September, 2022