RSSDI 2017 – Annual Meeting of Research Society for the Study of Diabetes In India
November 3 - November 5
The 45th Annual meeting of Research Society for the Study of Diabetes in India (RSSDI) to be held in the smart city of Bhubaneswar from 3rd to 5th November 2017.
RSSDI Odisha chapter has regular academic activities including regular scientific meetings, CMEs, annual conferences at local/state level providing an easily accessible platform for the members to update, interact, discuss and learn more about the recent developments in diabetes, thereby empowering them to provide better care for diabetes patients. The organizing committee will leave no stone unturned to make the event memorable for you and your family, so block your dates and register early to be a part of the event.
RSSDI is the largest organization of diabetes health care professionals and researchers in Asia. Currently, it has more than 5500 life members from across the country representing 29 Indian States and Union Territories. Research Society for the Study of Diabetes in India was registered under the Societies Registration Act, XXI of 1860 by the Registrar of Societies, Delhi Administration.
|Delegate Category||Discounted (31st March 2017)||Regular (30th June 2017)||Extended (30th Sept 2017)||Spot (Including Oct Sept 2017)|
|Member||₹ 8,000.00||₹ 10,000.00||₹ 12,000.00||₹ 15,000.00|
|Non-Member||₹ 10,500.00||₹ 12,500.00||₹ 15,000.00||₹ 20,000.00|
|Student||₹ 6,000.00||₹ 8,000.00||₹ 10,000.00||Registration Closed|
|Scientist (Non-Medical)||₹ 7,000.00||₹ 9,000.00||₹ 11,000.00||Registration Closed|
|Corporate Delegates||₹ 15,000.00||₹ 20,000.00||₹ 25,000.00||₹ 30,000.00|
|Foreign Delegates||$ 400.00||$ 450.00||$ 500.00||$ 600.00|
|Southeast Asia Delegates||$ 100.00||$ 150.00||$ 200.00||$ 300.00|
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Places To Visit
- Jagannath Temple – Built in 1161, the Jagannath Temple is one of the major Hindu Temples in India. The primary deity of the temple is Lord Jagannath, who is a form of Lord Vishnu. Interestingly, unlike the statues found in other Hindu temples, the statue of Lord Jagannath is carved from wood and is replaced every 12 years. The Temple is a part of the Char Dham Hindu pilgrimage and is a must visit attraction in Puri.
- Puri Beach – Situated in the Bay of Bengal, the beach at Puri gives a spectacular sight of the sunrise and sunset. One can also take a holy dip or swim in the sea, stroll along the sandy beach or engage oneself in any other activity. The best time to visit the beach in Puri is in the month of November when the Puri Beach Festival is organized. During the festival, the beach glows throughout day and night.
- Khandagiri – Khandagiri Caves are one of the earliest groups of Jain rock-cut shelters, the caves of Udayagiri (Hill of Sunrise) and Khandagiri (Broken Hills) command a unique position in the field of history, rock-cut architecture, art and religion. The two hills rise abruptly from the coastal plain, about six km west of Bhubaneswar, separated by a highway.
Dr Jayant Panda
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