Pediatric Surgeons xxxiv Conference to be held in Guwahati
The 34th Annual Conference of the Indian Association of Pediatric Surgeons (IAPS) is going to be held in Guwahati from 6th to 9th November 2008. The Department of Pediatric Surgery, Guwahati Medical College in association with the North East chapter of IAPS is going to host this conference.
Addressing a press conference at Hotel Royal Regency in Guwahati Dr. N C Bhattacharyya Head of Pediatrics Surgery GMCH informed media persons that about five hundred delegates from all over the country including several international faculties are expected to attend the mega event, besides from the neighbouring country. The Indian Association Pediatric Surgeons (IAPS) is a professional body consisting of nearly one thousand specialists in the field of pediatric surgery in India. The organization is fully dedicated to surgical care of the children. It also sets the post doctorate education in Pediatric Surgery in the country besides undertaking research in the field.
The annual conference of IAPS is going to held for the first time in the North Eastern region this year. The venue of the conference will be in the convention centre of Sri Manta Shankardev Kalashetra; Panjabari Guwahati.The conference will begin with continuing medical education program on 6th, in which number of guests lectures will be delivered by specialists of the field. A large number of overseas and national resource persons are likely to participate in the program. Besides, there will be orations, symposia and scientific presentations during the conference. Chief Minister of Assam is consented to inaugurate the conference on 6th Nov 2008.
'Guwahati is all set give exposure of its rich cultural heritage and scenic beauty of the region in addition to traditional hospitality since most of the delegates will be visiting this part of region for the first time' informed Bhattacharyya. He added that it will be a good opportunity for the surgeons of the North Eastern states to interact with world's renown specialists in pediatric surgery and get acquainted with latest innovations and technological advancements in the field. It is expected that it will prove booster to surgeons of pediatrics of the region to perform their responsibilities with greater knowledge and interest. For enquiry, registration and details about the conference Department of Pediatric Surgery, GMCH can be contacted at 09864063815, 09864057697 or at email@example.com
25 Jan 2014 - 7:39pm | AT News
A massive security arrangement is in place across the state to foil ULFA’s R-Day diktat on Sunday.
Security forces are fanning in the nook and corner of the state to thwart any attempt to disrupt the Republic Day celebrations. Vital roads and bridges, oil and gas installations, railway stations and police stations are being heavily guarded to deal with any eventualities.
BSF jawans are guarding the Indo-Bangladesh border in Dhubri districts apprehending movement of insurgent elements from across the border.
Air surveillance on the sky is another measure to ensure peace and normalcy during the celebration. All two, three and four wheelers are being closely checked to scan the movement of the subversive elements in the district and sub divisional headquarters.
Guwahati turns into a security fortress. Maximum concentration seems to have fallen on the Veterinary Playground in Khanapara where Governor JB Patnaik is scheduled to unfurl the national tricolor before taking the salute of the army, paramilitary forces, police, NCC scouts and guides.
7 Sep 2015 - 9:48pm | HK Roy
Trees getting uprooted and falling on electrical lines, resulting in hours of power outage is a common phenomenon during monsoon. Normal power supply remains heavily interrupted on the Pasighat-Pangin power line after a huge tree fell on a powerful a electric wire on Monday. Engineers along with departmental staffs have already been pressed into restoration process. It would take two days or more to reconnect the network.
28 Nov 2017 - 10:25am | AT News
GUWAHATI: A forest official engaged in the massive eviction drive in the Amchang wildlife sanctuary sustained serious injury when an evicted person attacked him with a sharp weapon on Tuesday.
The clash took place in the morning when the huge joint team of forest department and district administration resumed the drive to evict the illegal settlers.
As they started demolishing a house the owner had an altercation with the forest official who was busy with his assigned task defying the resistance. Suddenly, the owner of the house attacked the official with a sharp weapon.
He was rushed to the hospital and the owner was arrested.