Resilient Built Environments: Navigating Global Transformations with Innovative Sustainable Practices

In the face of ever-evolving global transformations, resilient built environments stand as the cornerstones of sustainable innovation. As we navigate the complexities of climate change, urbanization, and resource scarcity, the imperative for innovative practices within our built landscapes becomes increasingly apparent.

The Student Research Symposium (SRS 2024), organized by the Faculty Research Cell (FRC) of the Faculty of Built Environment and Spatial Sciences (FBESS), serves as a springboard for exploring the nexus between resilience and sustainability, illuminating the transformative solutions and approaches in multi disciplinary studies of the built environments. From resilient infrastructure to adaptive design solutions, let us embark on a journey to uncover the blueprint for a more sustainable future, one where our built environments not only withstand the trials of today but also thrive amidst the challenges of tomorrow.

The SRS 2024 aims to provide the students who are the future professionals related to built environment a platform to showcase their innovative ideas and to foster and encourage research activity and participation of students, whilst also enhancing their research skills to contribute to achieve sustainable development.

Be a part of SRS2024. Submit your Extended Abstract on or before the 21st of May 2024 to

Important Dates

April 25 Open for Extended Abstract Submission

May 21  Deadline for Extended Abstract Submission

June 19 Notification of Acceptance

June 26 Camera Ready Extended Abstract Submission