TRACE 2022 | 18th -19th OCTOBER 2022

4th International Conference on Trends and Recent Advances in Civil Engineering

Department of Civil Engineering

Amity School of Engineering & Technology

Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida, India

20 22
All the accepted papers will be presented in VIRTUAL MODE ONLY. Detailed Paper presentation schedule will be shared shortly


  • From Airport-
    Nearest airport is Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi. University can be reached directly by taxi from the airport. The distance is 28 Km and it takes 1 hour 10 minutes in normal traffic.
  • From Railway Station-
    The visitors can book railway tickets upto New Delhi Railway Stations/Delhi Railway Stations. Direct taxi is available upto university from these railway stations. The distance is 19 Km from New Delhi railway station and 20 Km from Delhi railway station and it takes 36 Minutes and 38 minutes respectively to reach university in normal traffic by taxi.
  • From ISBT -
    The visitors coming by bus can reach upto ISBT, Kashmiri Gate, Delhi. Direct taxi is available to reach university from ISBT, Kashmiri Gate, Delhi. The distance is 20 km and it takes 31 minutes to reach university in normal traffic by taxi or metro.
  • Nearest metro stations are Botanical Garden ( in Blue line) /Okhla Bird sanctuary (in Magenta line) from where city bus/auto is available. To see the route map. click here



The Lotus Temple is an architectural masterpiece which will make you want to go ‘wow’ but wait, you can’t say that aloud! Well, when inside the temple, you have to maintain silence! There are no sermons or ritualistic activities practiced, one can just sit in peace and pray to their respective gods.


This is a must-see site and should be high on your priority list. Akshardham attracts 70% of all tourists who visit Delhi. Once you enter, you wouldn’t want to leave. It has jaw-dropping architecture, a fascinating fountain show, an informative boat ride, a huge garden, a food court that offers scrumptious dishes and much more.


This place is a walking tour of Indian culture. Shop for all the ethnic wear you wish, overload your bags with beautiful pieces of handicraft or just enjoy the weather while having a badam kulfi. There are food stalls dishing out scrumptious delicacies of different states of India. If you make an unplanned trip to Dilli Haat you might bump into a fancy exhibition or a dance/music performance.


This place gives you a little bit of everything. An open-air complex with huge solar panels on the roof, art exhibits in the galleries, yummy foods from the street of India and a good old American breakfast of bacon and eggs. Ever since 2011, the Delhi Photo Festival is held here.


Everyone knows of the glorious India Gate! Round the year one can see people picnicking or just enjoying a nice walk around the area. There are beautiful fountains around to make the area nice and cozy. If you happen to come around the October-November period do sign up for the Airtel Half Marathon; an early morning run at Raj Path is bound to stay etched in your memory.


Qutub Minar is the 2nd tallest minar in India. It has been declared as a UNESCO Heritage Site. At the foot of the tower stands a mosque which is the first mosque built in India. It has a 7 m iron pillar in the courtyard with a fascinating saying attached to it. It is said that if you can encircle it with your hands while standing with your back to it your wish will be fulfilled.


Adding to the list of majestic monuments in Delhi, there is Red Fort. It is also a UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE. It served as the residence for Mughal Emperors for nearly 200 years. The surviving structures of the fort are its walls and ramparts, the main gates, the audience halls and the imperial apartments.

The Taj Mahal

What is widely considered as the most beautiful building in the world, Taj Mahal is located in the historical city of Agra. Called as the "symbol of love", it was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan as a memorial for his third wife, Mumtaz Mahal. Every year visitors numbering more than the entire population of Agra passes through the magnificent gates to catch a glimpse of this breathtaking monument, and only a few leave disappointed. Shah Jahan said about the Taj that it made "the sun and the moon shed tears from their eyes".

Important Dates

Last Date for submission of Paper
Intimation of Acceptance of Paper
Last date for Registration and Fee Payment
Conference Date

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