Friday 28 March 2014, 18:15 – 19:30 hrs
The Inaugural ceremony genericviagra-bestrxonline.com takes place in Hall 4 following the close of the day’s scientific sessions. Hon. Dr A P J Abdul Kalam, former President of the Republic of India will make the Inaugural address. There will be a scintillating dance performance by Shinjini, a classical dance group from West Bengal. They will present a specially-choreographed dance on
the theme of “Women’s Health”. This will be followed by the Welcome Reception and Dinner.
Welcome Reception and Dinner
Friday 28 March 2014, 19:30hrs – late
HITEX Grounds is us pharmacy online the venue for our Welcome Reception and Dinner. HITEX is a five minute walk from the Congress Venue through the South gate exit, past the registration counter at HICC. Delegates will be treated to live Bollywood style entertainment – an evening of relaxation and fun at this open air setting.
The evening is designed to create the right ambience for renewing old friendships and starting new ones. The idyllic alfresco arrangement will greatly enhance opportunities for networking and peer camaraderie. Please be ready for an unforgettable evening of entertainment, music, dance, great food and enjoyment: a special ‘India experience”!
Entry for ticket holders only
Saturday 29 March 2014, 19:30hrs – late
The Gala Dinner is being hosted at Chow Mohalla palace, a large heritage complex in the heart of Hyderabad. The evening promises to be a mesmerising experience! The palace complex was started by the Nizamsin 1750 and completed by 1869. They were the erstwhile official residence of the Nizam, the fabled ruler of Hyderabad once considered the richest man of his time. There are four distinctive palaces built in the Moghul and European styles http://genericcialis-cheaprxstore.com/ of architecture which are the backdrop for the Gala Dinner. The delectable cuisine and traditional entertainment will add to the enchantment of the evening. Children below 18 will not be allowed at the Gala Dinner.
Chow Mohalla is designed as a best generic pharmacy online replica of the Shah of Iran’s palace in Teheran. The exquisite workmanship and its strikingly elegant gardens, pillared courtyards and fountains are eloquent testimony to its past grandeur. The Nizams held their durbar and other religious and online viagra symbolic
ceremonies here, and the fabled banquets in honour of the visiting Royal Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Wales in February 1906 were hosted at this very same venue.
Prize Giving Ceremony
Sunday, 30 March 2014, 14:30 – 15:00 hrs
There will be a prize distribution for the 3 best oral Presentations, 3 best e-Posters and the best exhibition booth. The judging will be done by members of the Organising Committee as per RCOG guidelines. These sought after prizes will be given away by Dr David Richmond, President RCOG and Paul Fogarty, Chair RCOG UK Organising Committee.