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Build Your Career in Bangalore Pharma-IT Industry
Bangalore has shot to the top of world IT map quickly. Bangalore has more than 1500 IT, Pharma or Biotech companies (In fact, it adds 4 new IT companies every week) which employ 2.85 lakh IT professionals and still growing at more than 30% annually. On top of it, there are 20,000 biotechnology workers in the city. The IT industry has a multiplier effect on the local economy and many more are employed in support industries (transport, catering, security etc) that thrived with the upsurge in IT and BPO. Bangalore is the choice destination for more than 450 MNCs, 66 global Fortune 500 companies apart from innumerable home grown companies. The city has grown over 11% per annum over the last decade to be seen as one of the top two IT destinations in the world and virtually become a global brand.
An International Conference on Universal Health Coverage
Road Map for 2020
October 03th - 04th 2015
Venue: Hotel Royal Orchid, Tonk Road, Jaipur
The healthcare industry today is at a crossroads and every nation in the world, faces healthcare challenges. Rich countries like the USA and Germany are battling exorbitant costs for healthcare and the long-term demographic challenges of an aging population, whereas countries like India are struggling to provide quality healthcare to millions of its people. Innovations in healthcare are emerging in India. The low cost healthcare innovations not only provide access to millions who previously could not afford the service, but also have the potential to contribute to healthcare cost containment in developed markets. Governance is both the act and/or the result of the dynamic interactions in interconnected structures which keep a domain of human activities “going”. To apply the concept of governance to the healthcare system the healthcare professionals play a vital role by bringing in different innovative strategies in the governance of healthcare. Proper governance strategies in healthcare industry are the need of the hour for Reimaging Healthcare India.
On behalf of Hepatology 2016 Organizing Committee, we are pleased to invite Hepatologists, Gastroenterologists, Internists, Physicians, Microbiologists, Virologists, Pathologists, Oncologists, Surgeons, Toxicologists, Researchers, Students, Business delegates and Young researchers across the globe to attend 2nd International Conference on Hepatology which is to be held on May 09-11, 2016 at Chicago, USA. The conference highlights the theme “To discuss and share the latest updates and cutting-edge technologies in the field of Hepatology”.
Department of health research (DHR) has a scheme to provide advanced training in India and abroad to medical and health research personnel in cutting edge research areas concerning medicine and health to create trained human resource for carrying out research activities. The scheme has following components:
Global Green Nanotechnology Conclave (GiGaNTiC 2015)
Focus areas are: 1) Pharma & Biotechnology; 2) Advanced materials for various industrial applications theme
"Fostering Innovation to build core competency and provide market leadership for sustainable growth”
Great platform to showcase and commercialize your products/services to MD & CEOs of the various companies, technologists, scientists, academicians, policy makers and end-users.
I’m pleased to inform you that, CII-Gujarat Centre of Excellence in Nanotechnology is organizing “Global Green Nanotechnology Conclave (GiGaNTiC 2015)” with the theme “Fostering Innovation to build core competency and provide market leadership for sustainable growth” on 6-7th August, 2015 atAhmedabad, India. Department of Science & Technology (DST) Government of India, Department of Electronics & InformationTechnology (DeitY) and Gujarat Council on Science and Technology(GUJCOST), DST, Government of Gujarat have kindly agreed to support CII in organizing the Nanotechnology Conclave. This conclave will be having Conference + Exhibition + Panel Discussion + Workshop.
Opportunities for business networking: Some of the confirmed participation from Tata Chemicals, TCS, Cadila Pharma, Zydus Cadila, Sun Pharma, Dr. Reddy’s, Torrent Pharma, Lupin, Elecon Ltd., Arvind Ltd., Admat Innovations, Zydex Industries, USV Ltd., I-Can-Nano, Aarshadhaatu, Nualgi Nanobiotech, Advance solutions, Bharat Petroleum, Jay Chemicals, Asian Granito, Continental Carbon, Eesavyasa Technologies, Ants Ceramics, InventyS, Fujifilm Sonosite, etc.
Opportunities to connect with R&D institutes, Universities & Labs for collaborative research & development projects.
I am writing to request your kind participation and also nominate colleagues from your organization at this conference of national importance by filling up the registration form. Kindly send the completed registration form along with payment by fax / courier / email to us. Detailed brochure isattached herewith for your kind reference. I am sure that your presence and participation would add great value to the conclave.
For Delegates from Universities / Academics, we are offering 1+1 free for delegate registration based on first come first serve . Look forward for your kind confirmation.
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Day 1: 6th August, 2015
Day 2: 7th August, 2015
1000 – 1130 Hrs: Inauguration Session
1150 – 1310 Hrs: Plenary Session-1 (Designing of Green Nanomaterials for New-age Industries: Its Easier thanYouThink)
1400 – 1530 Hrs: Plenary Session 2 (Nanotechnology applications in Healthcare)
1600 – 1730 Hrs: Plenary Session 3 (The Pathway to commercialization of Nanomedicines: Pre-clinical,clinical,quality, scale-up, manufacturing and regulatory dossiers and approvals)
1000 – 1130 Hrs: Plenary Session 4: Fabrication and characterization of advanced nanomaterials forvariousIndustrial applications - I
1150 – 1310 Hrs: Plenary Session 5: Fabrication and characterization of advanced nanomaterials forvariousIndustrial applications – II
1400 – 1530 Hrs: Panel Discussion (Theme: Nanotechnology for providing market leadershipandachieving sustainable market growth: Opportunities, challenges, policies and the way forward)
1600 – 1730 Hrs: Workshop on Advanced characterization techniques for nanomaterials
Confirmed / Invited speakers
Shri Saurabhbhai Patel; Minister-Industries & Mines, Govt. of Gujarat
Mr. R Mukundan; Managing Director, Tata Chemicals Ltd
Dr. Y. S. Rajan; Hon Distinguished Professor, ISRO
Dr. G Sundararajan; Director, ARCI, Hyderabad
Dr. Praveer Asthana; Mission Director, Nanomission, DST, GOI
Dr. M O Garg; Director General, CSIR, New Delhi
Dr. G N Singh; DCGI, New Delhi
Dr. B. S. Chakraborty; Senior vice president & Chair, Cadila Pharma
Professor Harish Padh; Vice Chancellor, Sardar Patel University
Dr. R. P. Singh; Chair Nanotechnology, Amity University
Dr. Mukul Jain; Senior Vice President, Zydus Cadila
Dr. Ajay Khopade; Vice-President, SPARC, Sun Pharmaceuticals Ltd.
Professor Alok Dhawan; Director, Institute of Life Sciences, Ahmedabad Univ.
Dr. H. Purushotham; Chairman & Managing Director, NRDC
Dr. Arup Chatterjee; CEO, I-Can Nano
Mr. R B Karthik Aamanchi; Executive Director, Aarshadhaatu Green Nanotechnologies
Mr. Manoj Bhataria; Head - AdvanceMachines, Inventys Research Company Pvt Ltd.
Dr. Ajay Ranka; CEO, Zydex Industries Ltd., Vadodara, Gujarat.
Professor Ashok K Ganguli; Director, INST, Mohali
Professor Ashok M. Raichur; Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
Mr. D. P. Chakravarthy; MD, Eesavyasa Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
Mr. Sampath Kumar Thothathri; CEO, Nualgi Nanobiotech
Mr. Mihir Joshi; CEO, Gujarat Venture Financial Ltd.
Mr. P Siva Prasad; CEO, Analytical Technologies
For further details, Please contact:
Centre of Excellence in Nanotechnology (CoE-NT)
Confederation of Indian Industry, CII House, GulbaiTekra Road, Near Panchvati, Ahmedabad - 380 006
Contact No.: 08460464349