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Summit & Expo 2015
The Indo-Global Healthcare Summit & Expo 2015 is a sequel to the highly successful Healthcare Summit & Expo held in June 2014. It is a unique event for identifying and sharing successful innovative models of healthcare delivery from around the world. The event is the result of extensive work with healthcare entrepreneurs to understand the needs in healthcare delivery. The event will help professionals, entrepreneurs, industry players, investors and global institutions to collaborate for taking advantage of the latest innovations and advances. The Summit & Expo 2015 will help to improve universal access to healthcare within the framework of developing business models, supporting organizations, fostering partnerships, and exploring opportunities.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Most comprehensive healthcare event of its kind ever held in India.
  • Biggest networking event for leaders in healthcare from around the World.
  • Convergence of who is who of the huge Indian healthcare system.
  • Participation by an estimated 4,000 top Indian and foreign professionals.
  • 112 scientific workshops and sessions on innovations and advances.
  • 8 CME credits awarded to participants of the Healthcare Summit.
  • Paper and Poster presentation opportunity for professionals and students.
  • Healthcare Expo for showcasing best practices in healthcare delivery.
  • Attendance of over 10,000 decision makers at the Healthcare Expo.
  • Global awards for healthcare excellence to institutions and professionals.
  • Extensive media coverage of the Summit & Expo during and after the event.
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Medical

Expo & Summit 2015
The Indo-Global Medical Expo & Summit 2015 will bring together government officials, eminent scientists, research scholars and all segments of the medical industry to examine the health care needs of the patient and community. The event will focus on the current scientific research and developments in the medical industry. It will further focus on the transfer of current scientific knowledge and research findings into practice. The event will help professionals, entrepreneurs, industry players, investors and global institutions to collaborate for taking advantage of the latest innovations and advances.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Most comprehensive medical event of its kind ever held in India.
  • Biggest networking event for leaders in medical industry from around the World.
  • Convergence of who is who of the Indian medical & healthcare industry. 
  • Participation by an estimated 4,000 Indian and foreign professionals.
  • Medical Expo for showcasing best practices in the medical industry.
  • Foot-falls of over 10,000 decision makers at the Medical Expo.
  • Scientific sessions on innovations and advances presented by top experts.
  • Poster presentation opportunity for professionals and students.
  • Global awards for healthcare excellence to institutions and professionals.
  • Extensive media coverage for the Expo & Summit during and after the event.
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Pharma

Expo & Summit 2015
Indo-Global Pharma Expo & Summit 2015 will provide an opportunity to display the advanced pharmaceutical technologies, products and services. The event will bring together Pharmaceutical Industry, Regulatory Departments, Pharma Professionals, R & D Personnel, Pharmaceutical Consultants, Hospital Administrators, Central & State Agencies, Academicians and Teachers. The event will examine the health care needs of the patient and community. The event will help professionals, entrepreneurs, industry players, investors and global institutions to collaborate for taking advantage of the latest innovations and advances.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Most comprehensive pharmaceutical event of its kind ever held in India.
  • Biggest networking event for leaders in pharmaceuticals from around the World.
  • Convergence of who is who of the huge Indian pharmaceutical industry.
  • Participation by an estimated 4,000 top Indian and foreign professionals.
  • Scientific sessions on innovations and advances presented by top experts.
  • Pharma Expo for showcasing best practices in pharmaceutical industry.
  • Foot-falls of over 10,000 decision makers at the Pharma Expo.
  • Paper and Poster presentation opportunities for professionals.
  • Global awards for healthcare excellence to institutions and professionals.
  • Extensive media coverage for the Summit & Expo during and after the event.
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Agriculture

Expo & Summit 2015
Agriculture in India is the pivotal sector for ensuring food and nutritional security, sustainable development and for alleviation of poverty. It is the key sector for generating employment opportunities for the vast majority of the population. Since quite some time, agriculture sector, as a whole, has been confronted with numerous challenges linked to food and energy crisis coupled with climate change and degradation of natural resources. This sector also influences essential ecosystem services such as water and carbon sequestration. - VISION 2030 (Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi).

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Most comprehensive Agriculture event of its kind ever held in South India.
  • Major networking event for leaders in agriculture from around the world.
  • Convergence of who is who of the huge Indian Agriculture system.
  • Participation by an estimated 4,000 top Indian and foreign professionals.
  • 36 scientific sessions on innovations and advances in Agriculture.
  • Paper and Poster presentation opportunity for professionals and students.
  • Agri Expo for showcasing best practices in Agriculture from around the world.
  • Attendance of over 10,000 decision makers at the Agri Expo.
  • Global awards for Agriculture excellence to institutions and professionals.
  • Extensive media coverage of the Expo & Summit during and after the event.
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Education

Summit & Expo 2015
Indo-Global Education Summit 2015 is a unique event which is being organized in India as a sequel to the Education Summits held since 2009. The Summit 2015 will have sessions on collaborative research programs, joint / dual degree programs, twinning & transfer programs, faculty & student exchange programs, study abroad in India programs, distance education programs, vocational education programs, and other academic partnerships. There will be separate sessions for student recruitment.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Most comprehensive educational event of its kind ever held in India
  • Biggest networking event for educationists from India & other countries
  • Convergence of who is who of the huge Indian educational system
  • Participation by an estimated 1,000 top Indian and foreign universities  
  • Major Sessions on academic collaborations with Indian institutions
  • Recruitment sessions involving one-on-one meetings with Indian students
  • Attendance of several thousand students interested in studying abroad
  • Awards for educational excellence to Indian and foreign institutions
  • Awards for eminent educationists, researchers, and faculty
  • Extensive media coverage for the Summit during and after the event
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Comments of Participants

What an honor it was to participate in the Indo-Global Healthcare Summit & Expo 2014. I would like to thank you and the Directors of the Indus Foundation, as well as the conference organizers for the invitation to attend and speak. The opportunities to meet and share information with experts and participants from all over the world was highly enriching and motivating. I also appreciate the opportunity to share a small bit of what we teach our students and the innovations we use at the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine.
I think that the speakers were excellent and I would like to hear more from them at future conferences. My suggestion for the 2015 conference is to include a few more physicians/speakers from Osteopathic Medical Schools in the U.S. As I'm sure you are aware, Osteopathic physicians are a rapidly growing segment of physicians practicing medicine in the U.S. Although the license to practice medicine in the US is the same for an M.D. and a D.O. degree, many physicians from other countries are not acquainted with Osteopathic Medicine. I believe that I was one of two speakers from an Osteopathic Medical School. The other speaker attended my session, and we had a great opportunity to share in answering as many audience questions about Osteopathic Medicine as time would allow. I believe that adding a few Osteopathic physicians and faculty to your program would be of interest to other participants and attendees. I would be happy to help with next year's program in any way possible, as I strongly support greater collaboration and sharing of medical knowledge and innovations.
It was a pleasure to meet you, and the Directors of the Indus Foundation.


Dr. Judith W. Rhue, Professor, Department of Family Medicine, Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, Athens, USA


My congratulations for this successful and well organized conference, I seize this opportunity to express my appreciation to be one of the invited speakers of this important event. Really it was a good chance for me to meet eminent professors from India and other countries from all over the world to exchange knowledge and open prospect for future cooperation.

Prof. Dr. Soheir Mansy, Professor of Pathology, Head of Electron Microscopy Reseaerch Department, Theodor Bilharz Research Institute(TBRI), Imbaba Guiza - Egypt


It was an honour and a pleasure to have the opportunity to participate in this Summit. I found the Summit a most interesting and enjoyable event, and I congratulate the Indus Foundation on a very well organised enterprise. I personally certainly found the broad scope of the conference a welcome positive, in so far as most conferences I attend are quite narrow in their focus, being confined to a particular medical specialty or subspecialty, or a particular type of medical problem. That said, and by way of constructive feedback for future such summits, I was surprised at how little Obstetrics content there was at the Summit, given the disease burden that pregnancy and its complications represents (both in the short and long terms) in most societies.

Prof. Shaun Brennecke, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of Melbourne, Parkville, Australia


Please accept my heartfelt appreciation to your kind gestures during my stay, which was nothing but excellent. I am looking forward to your continuous involvement in promoting healthcare endeavors in India. In case I am needed anytime, it will be my pleasure to contribute as and when needed.

Dr. Madhav D. Sharma, Senior Research Scientist - Pediatrics, Member, Cancer Immunology, Inflammation, and Tolerance Program, Georgia Regents University, Augusta, USA


I just came back to Beijing due to the delayed flight. I really appreciated your invitation to let me join the most wonderful and successful summit and I did share information with other participants. I do hope that we could keep in touch for further chances to discuss healthcare issues in near future. I would be glad to join the meeting next year.

Prof. Jiehua Lu, Department of Sociology, Peking University, Beijing, China


I made many new friends and established some new and exciting research collaborations during the short time I was there. It was a very friendly conference and everyone seemed very relaxed and happy to be there. I do have a couple of suggestions for the next meeting and it seems some may have already been addressed.
It is difficult to coordinate and organize such a massive program and when there are so many concurrent sessions (6), it is essential that the rooms are close together so people can move between sessions if necessary. Having the talks in Taj Deccan and Krishna made this impossible. Even in Taj Deccan, one of the rooms was some distance from the other 2. I see you are planning the next meeting at the convention center so this should address that problem.
I know that you sent instructions to the session chairs, and information to the speakers, but session chairs must be firmer with some speakers. This can be very difficult but when someone is given a 15 minute talk and talks for 25 minutes and then expects questions (emeritus professors are very good at this ), the entire session is disrupted and it is not fair to the following speakers (or those in the audience moving between sessions. I was in one session running so late that the next session could not start until the room was vacated.
Rather than having so many concurrent sessions, could you have less sessions but over a longer period (4 concurrent over 4 days).
The net-working sessions were very well organized and worked well. The concept of separate breakfast for the delegates was excellent and allowed considerable mingling. The dinner at the boat club was a very good social event. Such welcome receptions always allow people to meet and mingle. This is one of the friendliest conferences I have ever attended.


Prof. Steve Wilton, Foundation Chair in Molecular Therapies, Centre for Comparative Genomics, Murdoch, Australia


Greetings from Zagreb, Croatia! Thank you very much for the great Healthcare Summit 2014. It was brilliant and fruitful to me. We have link www.akademija-art.hr/healtcare-summit-heiderabad-india in Croatian. Congratulations!

Prof. Jadranka Sertic, Zagreb University School of Medicine, Department of Medical Chemistry, Biochemistry and Clinical Chemistry, University Hospital Center Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia.


I very much enjoyed attending the Indo-Global Healthcare Summit and Expo 2014 and appreciate the opportunity that your invitation provided. I met and conversed with many Indian delegates as well as many from other parts of the world. My conversations with the Indian delegates have lead to two potential areas of follow up (one in Delhi and another in Kerala) and hope that they both yield some fruit in the coming months.

Dr. Ernest Jennings, Head of Ion Channel Physiology Lab, School of Medicine & Dentistry, James Cook University, Australia

First let us congratulate you, the Indus foundation and the organizing committee who worked tirelessly to make the Summit a great success.
Myself and my husband and two of my students benefited immensely by participation and coming to know about the new advances and the latest research related to health from around the world. It was also a pleasure to share what knowledge we had with the participants from India and other countries. As for me individually I came to many in India who have been looking into a website developed by me on the research work related to Glycaemic indices of Sri Lankan foods. So the knowledge sharing was immense and very satisfactory. We made many friends from various countries with whom we can network, share knowledge etc.
We would also like to express our sincere gratitude for the excellent local hospitality provided by you all and the Indus Foundation which made our participation at the conference feasible. The support extended by all members of the organizing committee and the staff of Taj Decan / Krishna is highly appreciated.
For my two students it was a novel experience to participate at a conference of this magnitude, interact with counterparts from India and other countries and network with them and share knowledge. Also visit a different country which is a first for both of them. They both also have benefited by this.
Wishing you all the success in all your endeavors and also in organizing the follow-up in 2015.


Prof. Sagarika Ekanayake, Dept of Biochemistry, Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Nugegoda, Sri Lanka


It was indeed an enjoyable and informative conference and I appreciate the invitation to speak, to be a session moderator and to participate in the press conference. Congratulations to you and the other organizers for a fine event. I wish the group every success in the future.

Dr. Anthony J. DeStefano, Pharmaceutical Consultant, Rockville, USA


I want to deeply thank you very much for your hospitality and the extremely interesting and exciting congress you have organized. I enjoyed many presentations and had opportunity to discuss with guests.

Prof. Arsenio Veicsteinas, Professor of Physiology, Dipartimento di Scienze Biomediche per la Salute, Università degli Studi di Milano, Milano, Italy


It was my pleasure and thanks for the invitation.
Dr. Mona Alrukhaimi, Consultant Physician & Nephrologist, Prof. of Medicine, Dubai Medical College, Dubai, UAE

This is to congratulate you and others on the success of the Summit. Thanks for the Hospitability. Looking forward to visit Hyderabad and India as a whole in nearest feature.
Dr. Akinloye Oluseyi Adeboye, Department of Biochemistry, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria

The conference was a pleasant and exciting experience for me and I would like to extend my sincere thanks for inviting for this very important event and the hospitality extended to me. Arrangements were superb. I would like to congratulate for organizing this event with participants across the globe. Look forward to work with your organization for better health services for people.
Dr. Janaka Ramanayake, Head, Dept. of Family Medicine, University of Kelaniya, Ragama, Sri Lanka

Thank you for the excellent organization and hospitality at the meeting. Despite my initial doubts about the scientific content, I found the meeting useful, to interact with a wide range of allied fields who I rarely ever meet. I did, via your conference, get to meet and interact with Continental Hospitals something I would not have done otherwise. Overall I found the meeting useful and would like to commend you on your vision and dynamism.
Dr. Ravi Nannapaneni, Consultant Neurosurgeon & Spinal Surgeon, University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, UK

Thank you for the opportunity to speak and meet with other innovators in the field of medicine. I am looking forward for future collaborations.
Dr. Vaidehi Kaza, Asst. Professor, Lung Transplant Program, UTSW Med Center, Dallas, USA

Thank you also for the invitation and your excellent hospitality. It seems to me that despite some teething problems, the event was very successful. And I enjoyed the evening at the sailing club also. This was an excellent idea.
Dr. Geoff Riley, Winthrop Professor of Rural and Remote Medicine, Head of The School of Primary, Aboriginal and Rural Health Care, The University of Western Australia, Australia

I will at the very onset congratulate and commend you for a great endeavor. I thought that the entire concept was insightful and profound.
As far as the logistics are concerned we may want to improve and enhance some potential areas. At the summit, I have delivered lectures on two diverse issues pertaining to academics and administration.
To that end, I felt that to better prepare audience to receive lectures coming from an entirely different thought process ( which was the sole idea behind this summit), we might need to cut down on the topics and speakers. While diversity is warranted, it may not be at the cost of depth and height.
I, personally ( in my lecture on Digitization of Modern Medicine) represented a company affiliated to my hospital that had achieved tremendous results in terms of patient and hosptial performances all over US. However I did not find my audience receptive at all. To be more precise, there weren't much audience to begin with. Also, 'workshops' is another area we can focus on. Workshops pave the way for more interactions and improvisations These are some of the issues that could be given a thought.
I would be happy to be involved in the International Advisory Board to be able to foster further ideas if you deem it relevant.

Dr. Shuvendu Sen, Director, Medical Education, Raritan Bay Medical Center, Rutgers University Affiliate, Perth Amboy, USA

I must congratulate you for holding Indo-Global Healthcare Summit & Expo 2014 at this magnificent scale, thoroughly international and stunning. I must thank you for your invitation, and providing me an opportunity to make presentation in this gathering. It was a perfect job done.
Dr. Anand Kumar, Professor & Head, Department of Reproductive Biology & Central Radioimmunoassay Facility, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India

It was a very well organized summit, with lots of opportunity for interaction and learning. I loved the experience. Looking forward to more ventures like this. All the best for the June 2015 venture.
Dr. Smitha Prabhu, Associate Professor, Dept. of Dermatology & Venereology, Kasturba Medical College, Manipal University, Manipal, India

I thank you and your whole team of the Indus Foundation specifically Dr. Rao and Mr. Arha for organizing such an excellent interactive meeting on whole gamut of Health Sciences and of course your excellent hospitality. Overall it was a good meeting but certainly there is every opportunity to improve it further. Having had an enormous experience in organizing several huge international conferences, I find few basic things lacking in this meeting which can be easily taken care of in future meetings. These are as follows:

1. Co-ordination in Conference Halls: This is one of the most important aspects for a successful conference. Orientation of Chairman’s sitting place which gives easy visualization to speakers, audiences and to the screen without any obstruction is essential. The sitting place for sound coordinators and other recording systems/persons, platform presentation, location of speakers’ podium, collar mike, etc. should be organized in such a way that there is no hindrance in smooth running of the scientific sessions. Podium should have lighting system for presenter to see/read and a place for keeping water bottle or glass of water often required by the speaker. These were not ok this time in Hall No.2 at Taj Deccan where I was chairing the Session on Oncology-I on 21st June, 2014.


2. The Screen:
A bigger screen should be placed in the middle of the dais if it is only one so that the presentation is readable to the last. If the hall is bigger, 2 more smaller side screens in the middle of the hall are essential for easy visualization to audiences in the back. Conference signage should not take centre stage in the hall. It may be placed on both sides or above the screen. An LCD screen must be placed in front of the Chairpersons to have easy reading of slides being presented. 3. Each hall coordinator/volunteer must contact and coordinate with Chairpersons/speakers for each Session well in advance. Mobile numbers of all these people be made available in advance. Each venue should have ‘help desk’ for all purposes.
4. Transport vehicles for pick up and drop should be a fleet of good & bigger A/C cars with conference signage and not whatever vehicle available in the Airport or elsewhere. Small car be avoided.
5. Travel desk should collect in advance the written requisition (not on phone) of departure schedule on a Travel Slip from each invited speaker/Chairman to whom the organizer has agreed to provide conveyance. For all other delegates local taxi numbers be provided. Alternatively, it could be tagged with hotels, if budget permits.
6.The Organizing Secretary, or some of Conference Organizers must have one-to-one meeting/dialogue with the faculties, speakers and Chairpersons invited for the meeting some time during the conference. They should be available on phone if not at the venue in case of emergency requirement.
7.Photography:Photographs taken during the day’s conference must be displayed in the next day morning with numbers so that any delegate wishing to obtain any of the photographs may order there itself. This should be left to the photography in-charge to coordinate.
8. Information Leaflet:This leaflet should provide all relevant information including important phone numbers of important persons, local taxi, help desk, Conference Secretariat, transport in-charge, accommodation in-charge, etc.
9. Accompanying persons:Last but not the least, the accompanying persons need to be issued some I-card/conference badges and meal coupons, so that they are not left with the mercy of Food Court coordinators. It often creates an embarrassing situation when asked who you are?

These are few of my observations that I have taken this opportunity to share with you as you have asked for suggestions and these may be helpful since you are soon going to organize the next edition of the Health Summit and Expo in June next year.

I hope, you will find my suggestions useful. Nevertheless, this conference was a grand success.

Prof. Bhudev C. Das, Former Director, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Centre for Biomedical Research, University of Delhi, New Delhi, India


The Summit & Expo 2014 was an unique event for identifying and sharing successful innovative models of healthcare delivery from around the world. The deliberations were very useful to the speakers, delegates, exhibitors and students from different parts of the World.

It’s all because of the dedication and hard work of you and your team. I am aware that there are days you all have spent hours working overtime just to finish the tasks.You have such a wonderful team and you have led the team in the right direction. I thank you and your team for all the hard work that they have put in. They had to put up with many demands and anticipate and handle many unexpected situations. I feel proud that you have such a wonderful team and you have led the team in the right direction.


Dr. Basavaraj K.H., Professor, Department of Dermatology, JSS Medical College, JSS University, Mysore, India


It was indeed a great honour to be part of the event and a wonderful opportunity to meet experts from other specialist and know the progress in other fields. The souvenir / abstract was excellent. would be a honour and privelege to be part of the event in the years to come. My hearty congratulations to the organisers.

Dr. T. Nirmal Fredrick, Managing Director, Nirmals Eye Hospital, Chennai, India


I would like to thank all of our Organizers for providing an opportunity to present my paper at the conference. Indo Golbal health summit 2014 was such a big conference, I have not seen so far. I presented papers at about ten International conferences but I found our conference at Hyderabad to be unique one. I consider a conference to be a right forum for exchange of knowledge. The speakers were provided a nice opportunity to express their views.

Mr. Manikonda Prakash Rao, Self-Made Healthcare Specialist, Hyderabad, India


I enjoyed my presentation to the eminent scientists, Clinicians, other speakers and the knowledgeable delegates. I will be very keen to participate in future for such elegant scientific meetings.
Brigadier (Dr.) KK Maudar, Formerly Chief of Surgery, Armed Forces Medical College, Pune, India


The INDO-GLOBAL HEALTHCARE SUMMIT & EXPO 2014 has been a great experience. I congratulate the organizers for a fantastic job.

Prof. Chetana Vaishnavi, Department of Gastroenterology, Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh, India.


It was great to be a part of the event as a speaker. My heartfelt thanks for giving me this opportunity. I would like to be associated with the events in the future too.

Dr. E. Saneesh, Research Analyst, Business & Financial Services - Healthcare, Frost & Sullivan, Mumbai, India


My hearty congratulations to you and your team for arranging a wonderful Indo-Global Healthcare Summit & Expo. I will be happy to be with you in any future program.

Dr. Subbarao Kakarla, Emeritus Professor, Nizam’s Institute of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad, India


It was a great event organized by Indus and I feel lucky to have got the opportunity to attend such a spectacular and knowledge intensive programme. Look forward to attend the next planned event too.

Dr. Naresh Yallapragada, Solutions Consultant, Tata Consultancy Services, Hyderabad, India


It was indeed a great pleasure and privilege for me to have been a part of Indo Global Health Summit and Expo 2014 at the great city of Hyderabad. I thoroughly enjoyed the deliberations and my presentation. However, there had been an unfortunate connect between Hyderabad and my native place, Mandi in Himachal Pradesh as students of a Hyderabad college washed away in a flash in river Beas in June 2014. This was a most unfortunate incident. I dedicated my presentation to these students with a very heavy heart and also conveyed my feelings to the Hon'ble Minister after he had delivered his impressive speech at the inauguration. Life goes on and we must strive for better life for all of us. Once again I must thank you for having arranged a path breaking event.

Dr. Prof. Harbans Lal Kapoor, President of Indian Medical Association (Himachal Pradesh), Mandi, India


I am extremely happy to have been a part of Indo-Global Healthcare Summit & Expo 2014 and wish to thank you for your valiant efforts. During my interaction with participants and overseas speakers and particularly my old college mate Mr. Vijaya Kumar, I realised your commitment for service to society . I felt very happy with the efforts and arrangements made in the summit which is really a big challenge. Mr Krishna Prasad Garu, a very experienced professional in the health care sector has again proved his commitment for its success. We congratulate you for successfully completing this big event. We will continue to extend our support.

Dr. P.V. Appaji, Director General, Pharmaceutical Export Promotion Council, Hyderabad, India


Amazing event, very useful and educative. Congratulations.

Dr. S.K.Sarin, Professor and Head, Department of Hepatology, & Director, Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences (ILBS), New Delhi, India


I write to express my sincere thanks for the invitation and your hospitality during the indo-global healthcare summit and expo 2014. Your efforts were rewarded by a great turn out and a variety of presentations that have led to greater networking and knowledge transfer. Congratulations.

Prof. Prathap Tharyan, Director, South Asian Cochrane Network & Centre, Prof BV Moses Centre for Evidence-Informed Health Care & Health Policy, Christian Medical College, Vellore, India


Many thanks for the comprehensive summary of the landmark event. It was outstanding in all respects. It is my good fortune that I have the privilege of associating with a disciplined gentleman like you and smart working members of your team. I am humbled by the Life Time Achievement Award. It was a pleasant surprise.

Prof. M. Habeeb Ghatala, Former Dean, Apollo Hospitals Education & Research Foundation, Hyderabad, India


I would like to thank and congratulate you and your entire team for organizing such a mega event. It was unique, multi speciality, and hugely participated not only by Indian Speakers, delegates but also by Speakers all around the globe. The summit, exhibition, hospitality and food, all were excellent. I would also like to thank you and "Indus Foundation Inc." for honoring me with "Healthcare Excellence Award"

Dr. Rajendra Ghritlaharey, Associate Prof of Paediatric Surgery, Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal, India


This is to congratulate you and all members of organizing team for a very successful, Indo-Global Summit.Scientific deliberations were excellent, fruitfull, interactive, and well attended. The summit has provided, platform for future interlinking, and collaborations.Sincere heartfelt thanks, for excellent arrangements and hospitality.

Dr. V.L. Gupta, Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, Nephrology, Government Medical College Campus, Nagpur, India


I enjoyed attending the conference. Thank you very much for the local hospitality.

Dr. Indira Sharma, Professor of Psychiatry, Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India


Thanks for the wonderful conference you did. It is an herculean task and you could achieve it. As President of the Indian Society of Anesthesiologists, I feel like writing few lines of appreciation. This is the only and one mega conference of medical faculty where almost all branches of medicine specially related to communications, technology, accounting , nuclear physics, online correspondence are all dealt with. I expected more industrial exhibition related to operating theaters and anesthesia. The safety aspect is well dealt. You have also included the health aspects and hygiene. If you don’t mind I would like to suggest, try to call the active Professors so that they will bring their students to participate. I felt some more crowd may be needed for this sort of a mega event.

Dr. S.S.C.Chakra Rao, President, Indian Society of Anesthesiologists, Secunderabad, India


There must be at least 20 per cent who were head over heels on this concept. Sincere work for any cause never goes unrewarded. I am happy that you had incredible smart players. Good going.

Dr. Usha Rani Chadalawada, Professor, Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences, Vijayawada, India


I am writing this to place on record our sincere thanks and regards for your invitation and the opportunity / forum provided for the presentation. I must really congratulate you and your team for conducting the conference successfully. It was indeed a meticulous and systematically organized event and personally I was impressed by the hospitality and concern showed at every step. The arrangement for my stay at Taj Banjara and at the venue for presentation were excellent. I have benefited by the medical exhibition, in particular the stall for creating museum and my interaction at OMICS as the Editor. I hope the presentation by us receives good feedback.

Dr. T.S. Sathyanarayana Rao, President Elect, Indian Association for Geriatric Mental Health, Professor. JSS Medical College and Hospital, Mysore, India


Thank you very much for all the cooperation extended during recently concluded Indo Global healthcare summit ably organized by Indus Foundation. Let me confirm that program has been thumping success for you as well as for us and let me take this opportunity thank each one of your colleagues especially Ms. Bhavani and team for being available for every need and supporting us through out. We really learnt lots of new things in the area of Health care and we could able to reach as many eminent fraternities as we could. However we also request you to share with us with the contact details of the all the participants / delegates as well as Booth owners, which would be of great help for our business to spread and we would really appreciate that support from you. Having said that we are also looking forward for more and more associations like this and we will be glad to involve ourselves in such forthcoming events if any, kindly do keep us appraised.

Dr. Vidyacharan Astakala, DNV GL -Business Assurance, DNV GL AS, India Branch, Hyderabad


It was a very memorable experience for me and my wife. Our stay was very pleasant in Hotel Taj Banjara and the conference arrangements were very nicely organized. We were taken care of, extremely well and we are very grateful to all the hospitality extended to us. We admire and appreciate the mammoth effort that must have gone into this summit, and the credit certainly goes to you and your team.

Dr. Sunil Srinivasan, Consultant Pediatrician, Body -Mind Wellness Trainer, Happiness Coach, Dr. Vas Hospital, Trichy, India


Thank you for the excellently organized Health Summit, it had a program and speaker line up that defined many more current clinical problems for a basic scientist like me. Thank you to all student volunteers who made our stay smooth, the arrangements, food, stay was very well taken care of.

Dr. Kartiki V. Desai, Associate Professor, National Institute of Biomedical Genomics, Kalyani, India


In spite of being the first of its kind the Indo - Global Healthcare Summit and Expo 2014 was great in every angle. Initially I had decided to attend for one or two days but on the suggestion of Mr. Srinivas I attended on all the three days and also suggested to my son to attend the summit for two days.
Right from registration it was a pleasant experience, totally well organized. Even feed backs were meticulously collected from delegates. Hats off to the concept and the brain behind it. It included everything that may help healthy living, starting from music therapy to gene therapy, nutrition, pediatrics, psychiatry, endocrinology, surgery, stem cell therapy, ... amazing pool of talent. Thanks to all speakers for sharing their knowledge.
The organizers have done a great job. Special thanks to Mr. C D Arha, IAS, Chairman, The Indus Foundation, Hyderabad and The Indus Foundation Inc, USA and their team. It was a nice concept well executed.
The venue, food and ambience were excellent, staff at both the venues were very cooperative and helpful.


Dr. Balakrishnan D, Dean Medical Research, SRM Medical College, SRM University, Kattankulathur, India.


My heartfelt thanks to you for giving me an opportunity to share my experience in music therapy with all of you. I look forward for future interactions.

Dr. J.Sreekanth, Senior Consultant, General Medicine, Apollo Hospital, Hyderabad


Many thanks for your hospitality. It was a really great organization. I enjoyed every moment of this pioneering endeavour. I look forward to a continuing meaningful association in the years to come.

Dr. Anjan Bhattacharya, Consultant Developmental Pediatrician, Child Development Centre, Apollo Gleneagles Hospital, Kolkata, India

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