International Conference on Advances in Engineering and Technology – 2014
(ICAET - 2014)
11th - 12th ,October 2014
Places to Visit
Jubilee Park (Jayanti Sarovar)
An amazing park in Jamshedpur, the Jubilee Park is also known as Jayanti Sarovar, which is a notable part of the Park. The nature friendly park, inaugurated in 1956, with lush green vegetation, attractive illuminated fountains and multi colored flowering plants is a marvelous spot to spend some time in the lap of Mother Nature in the busy industrial city.
Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary
Located at an altitude of 3000 feet and extending for more than 193 sq km, Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary is established in 1975. The wildlife sanctuary is the hamlet of many wild animals and bird fauna. The jungle forests are credited with invaluable woody trees and plant life.
The confluence of two acclaimed rivers Subarnarekha and Kharkai is known as Rivers Meet or Domohani. This imposing picnic spot is located at the North West region of Jamshedpur. This place offers uninterrupted water supply to the city and the steel plant.
An artificial lake located at the picturesque hilly landscapes of TELCO colony, Hudco Lake is a famous picnic spot among the locals. Sumant Mulgaonkar, a breathtaking garden developed in the hilly terrains, is close to the Hudco Lake. The park has an artificial waterfall using the water from the Hudco Lake.
Tata Steel Zoological Park
Tata Steel Zoological Park is located in the Jubilee Park in Jamshedpur. An upkept zoo enriched with worthy displays is a prime attraction in Jamshedpur. The zoological park brings out the balanced design and development of the city mixing the industrial revolution and the natural bio-diversity.
An artificial lake constructed by Tata steel, Dimna Lake is situated at the foot hills of Dalma ranges. This lake serves as the water reservoir for the steel plant and also a main source for the drinking water in the city.