AIOS Mid-term Conference 2024, Dehradun

AIOS Mid-term Conference 2023, Dehradun

3rd Mid-term Conference of All India Ophthalmological Society

3rd Mid-term Conference of All India Ophthalmological Society

October, 25 - 27, 2024

October, 25 - 27, 2024

Hyatt Regency
Dehradun

About Dehradun

According to Skanda Purana, Dun formed part of the region called Kedar Khand. It was included in the kingdom of Ashoka by the end of the 3rd century B.C. It is revealed by history that for centuries the region formed part of the Garhwal kingdom with some interruption from Rohillas. For about two decades till 1815 it was under the occupation of the Gorkhas. In April 1815 Gorkhas were ousted from Garhwal region and Garhwal was annexed by the British. In that year the area now comprising tehsil Dehra Dun was added to district Saharanpur. In 1825, however, it was transferred to the Kumaon Division. In 1828, Dehra Dun and Jaunsar Bhabar were placed under the charge of a separate Deputy Commissioner and in 1829, the Dehra Dun district was transferred from the Kumaon Division to the Meerut Division. In 1842, Dun was attached to Saharanpur district and placed under an officer subordinate to the Collector of the district but since 1871 it is being administered as separate district. In 1968 the district was taken out from Meerut division and included in the Garhwal Division.

The Siwalik (outer and lower ranges of Himalayas) lies at its feet, the outer- scrap of the Himalayas bound it on the north and the scared Ganga and the Yamuna skirt in on the east and the west respectively. The Ganga enters the district in the eastern Dun at Tapoban and meandering south-west goes to Hardwar via Raiwala near Rishikesh. The Yamuna enters the district in Jaunsar and flows southwards for about 32 kms on the south-east border of the district. Besides Ganga and yamuna, the other rivers that flow in the district are Asan, Suswa, Tons, Rispana, Bindal and Amalava.

Registration Fee

Entry to Conference Sessions, Trade Exhibitions & Inaugural Ceremony

Conference Kit (for Spot Registration - subject to availability)

Lunch on all conference days, Inaugural High Tea & Gala Dinner

Child above 12 years will need registration as accompanying delegate

  Super Saver Till 30th April 2024 Early Bird: 1st May to 15th August 2024 Advance Rate : 16th August to 30th September 2024 Onsite Rates: 1st October onwards including on Spot
      
A. AIOS MembersINRINR INR INR
Ophthalmologists 4500 5350 6700 8050
Residents / Trainees 3400 4050 5100 6100
Accompanying Spouse ( Non Ophthalmologists) 3800 4050 5100 6100
B. AIOS Members – Senior Citizen  
Senior Citizen – (> 70 & < 75 Yrs***) 2200 2700 3400 4050
Senior Citizen – (>75 Yrs***) 0 0 0 0
Spouse of Senior Citizen – (>70 & <75 Yrs ***) 1700 2050 2600 3100
Spouse of Senior Citizen - (>75 Years***) 0 0 0 0
C. Non – AIOS Members  
Ophthalmologists   6700 8400 10050
Residents / Trainees   5050 6350 7600
Accompanying Spouse ( Non Ophthalmologists)   5050 6350 7600
D. Trader  
Traders   9000 11250 13500

    Cancellation & Refunds:

    Cancellation is permitted upto 15th September, 2024 where by 25% of the registration fee would be deducted as processing charges. Refund of registration fee will be made only against a written request submitted to the AIOS Office, along with Identity Proof. Refund will be made in the name of the registered delegate and after the conference is over.

Per course is chargeable of INR 1000/- (Optional)

SSTC  
  • Phacoemulsification + foldable intraocular lens implantation
  • SICS
  • Phakic IOLs
  • Iris Fixated IOLs
  • Toric IOL Marking
  • Anterior Vitrectomy
  • Intravitreal Injections
  • Intacs Rings
  • DSAEK
  • DMEK and DSEK donor preparation
  • Microkeratome LASIK
  • Corneal Cross Linking
  • Penetrating keratoplasty
  • Simple limbal epithelial transplantation
  • Amniotic membrane transplantation
  • Punctal Plugs
  • Valves In Glaucoma
  • Ologen in Glaucoma Surgery
  • Yag Laser SLT
  • Lacrimal Intubation
  • Botox &amp; Fillers
  • Basics of Corneal Suturing
  • Glued / Scleral Fixated IOL 
  • ReLex SMILE
  • Squint surgery
  • Trabeculectomy
  • Viscocanalostomy
  • Deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty
  • Anti-VEGFs Injections
DIOSTC  
  • Indirect Ophthalmoscopy & Retinoscopy
  • Gonioscopy/Tonometry (NCT & Applanation)
  • Squint & Orthoptics
  • Contact Lens Basics & Advance
  • Perimetry
  • Green Laser
  • OCT : Anterior, Macular, RNFL & OCT - Angio
  • Myopia progression Control
  • FFA
  • Specular Microscopy
  • USG: A & B Scan & UBM
  • ERG, VEP EOG interpretations
  • Corneal Topography
  • Low Vision Aids
  • Biometry
  • Orthoptek & Prosthesis fitting
TSTC  
  • Smartphone Anterior Segment Photography
  • Smartphone Fundus Photography
  • NABH Accreditation- How and Why?
  • OT Designing &amp; Protocols
  • Choosing the right Practice Management Software (EMR)
  • Financial Planning for Hospitals
  • Setting up Dry Eye Clinic
  • AI Based Screening of Eye Diseases
  • Making your Surgical Video
  • How to present your papers and talks in conference
  • The Technology behind newer IOLs