A Two Day
National Conference on Condition Monitoring

(Theme: Artificial Intelligence for Condition Monitoring)


Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology Nagpur
South Ambazari Road, Nagpur, Maharashtra. Pin 440010 (India)
Website : https://vnit.ac.in


Condition Monitoring Society of India (Regd. No. 45061/2003)

About the Conference

As a part of CMSI’s endeavour to highlight growing importance of condition monitoring, a two day National Conference on Condition Monitoring (NCCM 2024) is being organized during October 4-5, 2024. A number of Condition monitoring experts, practising specialists from various organizations, institutes and industries are expected to participate in the conference. The conference provides a platform for interaction on state of art Condition Monitoring strategies being followed worldwide It also provides an opportunity to deliberate on latest trends in the field of Condition Monitoring. The conference is also intended to generate awareness and interest among students of engineering the future torch bearers of the society. The conference aims to discuss techniques and practices such as vibration monitoring, thermography, wear debris analysis etc being employed in the industry for predictive maintenance. It would be highly beneficial for maintenance engineers of industries, R&D professionals and academicians working in this field of work.

Call for papers

NCCM-2024 invites papers related to various disciplines on Condition Monitoring systems for presentation and publication in the proceedings of the conference, and a souvenir to be brought out during the conference. The papers relevant to diagnosis and rectification of machinery faults with case studies are expected to benefit the participants most.

Conference Tracks

  • AI techniques in condition monitoring
  • Thermography
  • Oil/ Wear Debris Analysis/ Tribology
  • Vibration monitoring
  • Acoustic emission monitoring
  • Case Studies
Any other topic related to condition monitoring.


Prof. Atul B. Andhare, Convernor, NCCM 2024
Professor and Head, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology Nagpur
South Ambazari Road, Nagpur, Maharashtra. Pin 440010 (India)
Mobile: 9730007509 / 0712-2801379
Email : vnit.nccm2024@vnit.ac.in
Conference webpage: https://vnit.ac.in/nccm2024/



Guidelines & Format for paper submission

Guidelines for paper submission

The Technical paper should be original Contribution and not published earlier. It should contain experimental investigation with specific conclusions/ Case studies of industrial importance/ simulation studies with practical demonstration/result or Design of instruments Systems Software

Format for submission of paper

  • Paper should not exceed 8 A 4 Size sheets with Times New Roman Font
  • Margins Left 1.5 Inch Right, Top Bottom 1.0 Inch
  • Abstract 11 Point Italic with single line spacing to be placed after title and other details with Four Key words
  • Text : 12 Point normal justified, Para heading 12 Point Bold Sentence case and Spacing 1.5 lines. Figures to be inserted in jpg Format
  • At least one of the authors is required to register and attend the conference for presenting the paper
  • Maximum number of authors is 3 (three)
  • Email of the corresponding author should be given

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  Springer Format for Paper Submission

Important Dates

Submission of full paper 30th May, 2024
Intimation of Acceptance 30th June, 2024
Camera ready paper along with Reg form 30th July 2024

Registration Fee

Member of CMSI (Industry) Rs. 3,000/-
Non-Member of CMSI (Industry) Rs. 4,000/-
Member of CMSI (Academic) Rs. 2,000/-
Non-Members of CMSI Academic) Rs. 2,500/-
Research Scholar/ Engineering Student Rs. 1,500/-
Institutional Member (Up to max 3) Rs. 2,000/- each

Sponsors and Co-Sponsors

The sponsoring and cosponsoring organizations are entitled to send delegates free of Registration Fee; Free Advertisement Logo of Organization will be displayed on Dais of the conference as backdrop

Platinum Sponsor Rs. 1,50,000/-
(6 delegates + Inside Full Page Colour Free)
Gold Sponsor Rs. 1,00,000/-
(4 delegates + Inside Full Page Colour Free)
Silver Sponsor Rs. 75,000/-
(3 delegates + Inside Half Page Colour Free)
Co-Sponsor: Rs. 50,000/-
(2 delegates + Inside Full Page Black & White Free)
Stalls for Exhibition: Rs. 25,000/-
(2 delegates + Inside Full Page Black & White Free)
Note: GST @ 18% Extra

Souvenir Advertisement Tariff

Wide publicity of Products/ Company can be given in the form of an advertisement in our Souvenir released during the Conference.
Following are the advertisement tariff

Outside Back Cover Page : Rs.50,000/- (Multi-colour)
Inside Front & Back Cover: Rs.35,000/- each (Multi colour)
Inside Full Page Colour : Rs. 20,000/-
Inside Half Page Colour : Rs. 15,000/-
Inside Full page Black & White: Rs. 10,000/-
Inside Half Page Black & White : Rs. 5,000/-

VNIT Nagpur

Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology (VNIT), Nagpur, named after the eminent engineer, planner, and statesman of the country Sir M. Visvesvaraya, is one of the thirty National Institutes of Technology in the country. It has nine undergraduate, Twenty four postgraduate programs with a total student strength of 5000, which includes about 500 PhD scholars. A lush green VNIT campus is sprawled over 214 acres, located centrally in the city of Nagpur, with residential facility for about 3500 students. Present NIRF ranking of VNIT is thirty two and is amongst top five NITs of the country. Historically, this institute started as a Government Engineering College in 1956, got converted into Regional Engineering College in 1960 and eventually got the status of National Institute in 2002. Today, VNIT is Institute of National importance and has ascended itself from a teaching-oriented campus to a blend of research and teaching. Institute has many R&D projects funded through Government and private agencies. Faculty, research scholars, and students are actively involved in the research activities which is reflected in the increased number of publications, research funds, and many national and international events being arranged on the campus.

Condition Monitoring Society of India
Condition Monitoring Society of India (CMSI) was established in 2003 with an intention to promote and emphasize the importance of condition monitoring among professionals/ practicing engineers plant engineers by way of conducting conferences and workshops from time to time. The society also intends to be a common platform for condition monitoring professionals to share their experience and expertise. The society publishes a newsletter to keep members abreast of the developments in the field. The society has grown rapidly by setting up local chapters at different locations all over India.

About the Nagpur city:
Nagpur is the third largest city and the winter capital of Maharashtra State. Nagpur lies precisely at the centre of the country with the Zero Mile Marker indicating the geographical centre of India. In the latest rankings of 100 developing smart cities given by the Union Ministry of Urban Development, Nagpur stood first in Maharashtra state and second in India. Nagpur Metro has entered Guinness Book of World Records for being the longest double-decker viaduct metro measuring 3.14 km on Wardha Road. Known as the “Orange City”, Nagpur has officially become the greenest, safest and most technologically developed city in the Maharashtra state. Nagpur is also known as the, “Tiger Capital of India” as it connects many Tiger Reserves in India to the world. It is well connected to all the major cities of the country by air and has also international connectivity. Needless to say, Nagpur is a major railway junction of North-South and East-West railway lines.

NCCM-2024 Committees

Chief Patron
Shri Madabhushi Madan Gopal, Chairperson Board of Governors, VNIT Nagpur
Prof. Pramod Padole, Director, VNIT Nagpur
Conference Honorary Chairs
Prof. S. B. Thombre, Professor, VNIT Nagpur
Prof. A. M. Kuthe, Professor, VNIT Nagpur
Prof. V R Kalamkar, Professor, VNIT Nagpur
National Advisory Committee
Dr V Bhujanga Rao, Chairman,KFRC & Retd DG(NS&M), DRDO
Er PVS Ganesh Kumar, Scientist H Retd, NSTL & President, CMSI
Er Satish KumarTiwary, Chief of Mechanical Maintenance, Tata Steel & Sr Vice President, CMSI
Prof. Atul B. Andhare Convernor, NCCM 2024
Prof. Shital S. Chiddarwar, Co-Convernor, NCCM2024

Organizing Committee
Dr MRS Satyanarayana, Professor GITAM & Vice President, CMSIDr
T Venkata Ratnam, General Secretary, CMSI
Er VV Rajasekhar, GM(Maintenance), HPCL & Joint Secretary, CMSI
Er Shivnath Ram, GM, Jindal Steel & Power
Er GRP Singh, Head(QAG), Tata Steel & Secretary, CMSI
Prof Rashmi V Uddanwadikar, Professor, VNIT Nagpur
Dr Mangesh Kotambkar, Associate Professor, VNIT Nagpur
Dr A K Singh, Associate Professor, VNIT Nagpur
Dr H P Jawle, Associate Professor, VNIT Nagpur
Dr A A Thakre, Assistant Professor, VNIT Nagpur
Dr Gaurav Tiwari, Assistant Professor, VNIT Nagpur
Dr V M Nistane, Assistant Professor, VNIT Nagpur
Dr Y M Puri,Professor, VNIT Nagpur
Dr TVK Gupta, Associate Professor, VNIT Nagpur
Dr R K Dumpala, Associate Professor, VNIT Nagpur

Technical Committee
Dr. Amiya R Mohanty, Professor, IIT, Kharagpur
Dr K Ramji, Professor, Andhra University
Dr Edwin Vijay Kumar, Professor, GVP CoE
Dr Sanjay Barad, Scientist G, GTRE
Dr Rajiv Tiwari, Professor, IIT, Guwahati
Dr R.V.S Krishna Dutt, GM (Retd.), BHEL, Hyderabad
Dr P V Kane,Assistant Professor, VNIT Nagpur
Dr Ajinkya Baxy,Assistant Professor, VNIT Nagpur
Dr Anvesh Reddy,Assistant Professor, VNIT Nagpur
Dr Rahul Tarodiya,Assistant Professor, VNIT Nagpur
Dr Rajendra Prasad Soni,Assistant Professor, VNIT Nagpur
Dr N K Lautre, Assistant Professor, VNIT Nagpur