JDICON 2008 - 4th Jain Doctors' International Conference

Posted: 31.12.2007
Updated on: 02.07.2015

National Jain Doctors' Federation [NJDF] is organising the 4th Jain Doctors' International Conference (JDICON 2008) on Saturday-Sunday, 16 & 17 February 2008 at Shanmukhanand Auditorium, Sion, Mumbai.

JDICON 2008 will be hosted by JAIN DOCTORS' FEDERATION, Mumbai [JDF Mumbai]. The Theme of the conference is "BETTER IDEAS FOR BETTER TOMORROW". The venue is centrally AC, capacity of 2700. Eminent national and international faculty will enlighten us on various subjects related to better health, environment, Jain health concepts and philosophy etc. Prominent global key note speakers, chief guest and industrialists will grace the occasion. Gurubhagwants from various Jain sects will bless us.

This will be a golden opportunity for all the Jain doctors and medical students of all paties of medicine and from all firkas of Jains to come together on one platform and strengthen the bond of friendship. We request you to register yourself and your spouse and med-students for JDICON 2008, at the earliest,.I request you to motivate all Jain Doctors and Jain medical students of your area to register as delegates. Registrationforms will be available at the conference secretariat address as below:

Dr. Bharat J. Parmar, chairman JDICON 2008,
29, Murad Mansion, 2nd floor,
487, S.V.P. Road, Opera house,
Mumbai. 400004, INDIA.
Tel. 02223888947, 23866782, 9820070580, 9820148131

The registration fees are:

  • Rs. 750/- for delegates,
  • Rs. 400/- for spouse and
  • Rs. 400/- for medical students.

We assure that JDICON 2008 will be a memorable conference, full of knowledge, unique delegate kit, well organised with best of comforts and hospitality, there will be breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner on both days included in the registration fees. Also, free accommodation of dormitory type may be available to early birds on request.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE EMAIL: Dr. Ravindra Gandhi: gandhiji40@yahoo.com [9890172441]

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