First Mysore International Conference on Medical and Social Sciences

First Mysore International Conference on Medical and Social Sciences

 

  • Early Bird Registration for Indian Participant

    Includes Delegate kit, Lunch and evening snacks

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    INR 4900
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  • Early Bird Registration for Foreign Participant

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    USD 100
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  • Early Bird Registration for PG or PhD Scholars

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    INR 3500
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  • Early Bird Registration for Under Graduate

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    INR 3000
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  • Early Bird Registration for Indian Spouse and Accompanying Person

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    INR 3000
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  • Early Bird Registration for Foreign Spouse and Accompanying Person

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    USD 60
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  • One Day Registration for Indian Participant

    Includes Delegate kit, Lunch and evening snacks

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    INR 3000
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  • One Day Registration for Foreign Participant

    Includes Delegate kit, Lunch and evening snacks

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    USD 80
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  • One Day Registration for PG or PhD Scholars

    Includes Delegate kit, Lunch and evening snacks

    Sale Date Ended

    INR 2500
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  • One Day Registration for Under Graduate

    Includes Delegate kit, Lunch and evening snacks

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    INR 2000
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About The Event

The key objectives are:

1. To understand, celebrate breakthroughs of medical and social interventions and identified challenges in relation to women.

2. To speed-up efforts, work in progress towards achievement of equality, health and women right.

3. To workout strategies addressing gaps and preparing road map for main streaming women in health education and practice.

4. To design action plans for unfinished tasks of women in health and gender inequality in larger context. India’s country report 2011 on Millennium Development Goals states that India is on track for some of the MDGs like combating extreme poverty, improving school enrolment and child health and controlling spread of killer diseases like AIDS, Malaria and TB but for other MDGs India’s progress is not very encouraging. However on other side there have been nations who have done exceedingly well and have met the goals set. We need to learn from these success stories as well. Thus, there is an urgent need to reflect, retrospect on worldly efforts in general and social as well as Medical interventions in particular in the larger global debate revolving around MDGs and plan future strategies in light of emerging framework for Post 2015 agenda.