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About the Conference

Increasing availability of biological information about human, plants, animals and microorganisms have allowed the harnessing of unexplored information, furthering our understanding of mechanisms of superior growth and survival. An eventual goal for the biotechnology would be optimizing the use of untapped/unexplored assets that can be utilized for further strengthens the human life. The aim of AIBioSD-2019 Conference is to provide an advance-thinking environment for biotechnologist, microbiologists, environmentalists, bioinformaticians, statisticians and computer scientists together to discuss and understand the future challenges associated with biological phenomenon through innovative applications of new technologies. Conference will also provide the premier multidisciplinary forum for researchers, practitioners and scientists to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends and practical challenges associated with biotechnology. This conference will broadly cover topics in medical and pharmaceutical, food and agricultural, climate change and environmental biotechnology, waste management and bioremediation, energy, and industrial microbiology and biotechnology. We expect that this conference will foster new collaborations and help to define areas within biotechnology that are in most need of research attention in order to ensure better survival of human kind in future for sustainable development. Participation at this conference will be the prime opportunity to keep pace with the cutting-edge research in such exciting topics and to network with other members of scientific community.

We cordially invite you to submit your paper, poster and participate in the conference.

Scientific Program

AIBioSD-2019 is being organized and managed by a panel of International experts. The Scientific Program of the conference would comprise Plenary and Invited lectures from the internationally acclaimed eminent experts on recent developments in frontier areas. Oral presentations and posters presentation will be organized during three days of the conference to showcase the research and effective interaction with the experts.

Thematic areas and scope

AIBioSD-2019 focuses on the advances and innovations in the multi-disciplinary areas of biotechnology for sustainable development including:

  • Medical and Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
  • Food and Agricultural Biotechnology
  • Environment, Climate Change and Challenges
  • Waste management and bioremediation
  • Energy Biotechnology
  • Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology
  • Nanobiotechnology
  • Biodiversity Conservation and Biological Sciences
  • Bioinformatics and Computational Biology

How You Will Benefit

This conference crafts a collaborative surrounding in which you can design a stable relationships across boundaries of biological research with improvised bioengineering skills.

  • Discover how food and agri-techniques is helpful in improvising farming & productions
  • Acknowledge successful medicinal biotechnology strategies to overcome autoimmune diseases, genetic diseases and immunological responses
  • Get the latest insights on the climate change
  • Discover novel waste management and bioremediation techniques
  • Assess the global consideration and strategies in Energy biotechnology
  • Renovate with industrial biotechnology and understand its production
  • Engage with futuristic nano-biotechnology research
  • Support biosphere by introducing positive steps for biological diversity
  • Understand mutual functionality of omics studies on In Silico platform
  • Build on existing partnerships and design a new collaborations among industry & academia globally

The University and The Department

AKS University is promoted by the eminent Rajiv Gandhi Group of Institutions and value-driven professionals with an enviable track-record of molding almost 12000 students over last 19 years, is guided by the principle of Think Global and Act Local. The curriculum, course offerings, and the Centers of Excellence at the AKS University are all aimed at knowledge-creation & skill-development. The University is primed to fulfill its mission of developing & arming human resources with modern applied knowledge & competencies, harnessing knowledge for addressing multifarious local, regional & national challenges including creating skilled manpower to support the leapfrogging economic growth of India, enhancing engineering competitiveness through technology-development & technology-induction, enhancing agricultural productivity through Biotechnology & other innovations, environmental conservation through innovative technology & approaches. AKS University considers the paradigm of Think Global & Act Local as a key enabler in furtherance of its mission, vision and objectives, and towards this end, AKS is keenly exploring linkages with selected national & global Universities and Institutions of repute so as to maximize knowledge-exchange, joint research, faculty & student exchange, twinning programs, sharing best practices in higher education space; and thereby emerge as a globally-relevant institution in this interconnected world of today & future. Department of Biotechnology is running under the University with mission provide excellent and sensible teaching with maximum practical and research exposure to create skilled and well trained biotechnocrates and entrepreneurs as per academia and industry needs in the frontier areas of Microbiology and Biotechnology.

About Satna

Satna is unofficially acknowledged as the Cement capital of India, given the preponderance of vast amounts of Limestone deposits in and around Satna, and every major Cement player, including Birla Group, Jaypee Group, Reliance Group, Prism Group, having established its cement plants or in the process of establishing new plants or upgrading the capacity of existing plants. Satna is more than 150-years-old Railway station on the premier Kolkata-Mumbai route. Satna city is home to many architectural wonders and heritage sites including 10th Century world-famous Khajuraho temples depicting the theme that life is a celebration in all its multifarious forms including Kama and conjugal art, and Buddhist caves, Panna forest reserve known as one of the most bio-diverse sites in central India, as well more than 100-year old Panna diamond mines. While moving ahead with modernization beyond the existing air-strip, Satna maintains its pristine traditional glory endowed to it by many succeeding dynasties. Other eminent locales within 30-100 kilometers of Satna are city of Rewa, the home of White Tiger; Maihar town, famous for annual pan-India festivals of classical music for last hundreds of years and for its nationally-renowned temple of Devi Goddess atop a high hill, which is now connected with ropeway. The unspoilt traditions and life style of the bygone era can be experienced first-hand here at Satna along with sprinkling of resorts and hotels.

Annual Sessions of the Societies during AIBioSD-2019

Society of Bioinformatics and Biological Sciences (SBBS) is a scientific registered society (Indian Societies Registration Act 21, 1860). SBBS is an interdisciplinary society dealing with Bioinformatics, Biotechnology, Biological Sciences, Computational Biology, Genomics, Proteomics, Agri-Informatics, Animal-Veterinary Sciences, Chemoinformatics, Pharmacology, Pharmaceutical Science and Nanotechnology. SBBS Prestigious Awards will be conferred to the life member of the society during annual session organized under the Conference..

  • Lifetime Achievement Award
  • Outstanding Achievement Award
  • Scientist of the year Award
  • Women Scientist Award
  • Distinguished Scientist Award
  • Excellent in Teaching Award
  • Late Prayag Narayan Singh Memorial Award (for non teaching staff)
  • Late Smt. Rahibai Ramteke Young Women Scientist Award (Age below 40 years)
  • Outstanding Creative scholar award for Divyangjan by Nav Jyoti Viklang Shikshan/Prashikshan avam Jan Kalyan Sewa Samiti, Allahabad

The Life Members of the SBBS are requested to submit their brief Bio-data and list of publications to Prof. P. W. Ramteke Pesident, SBBS on Email : pwramteke.178@rediffmail.com, and also visit website SBBS India


The Society of Life Sciences (SLS) was established in 2004 with headquarter at Satna Madhya Pradesh. It is the registered society open to everyone who has interested in the field of life sciences. It provides a forum for publication of basic and applied researches in life sciences and is regularly publishing two U.G.C approved biannual journals i.e National Journal of Life Sciences and Life Science Bulletin from 2004. Proposed Awards given by SLS during annual session organized under the Conference:

  • Recognition Award / Gold Medal
  • Young Scientist Award (Below 35 years)
  • Best scientist Award (Above 35 years )
  • Life Time Achievement Award (Above 60 years)

The Life Members of the SLS are requested to submit their brief Bio-data and list of publications to Prof. Shivesh Pratap Singh, General Secretary, SLS on E-mail: drshiveshsingh2004@yahoo.co.in

In Association With

International Journal of Cell Science and Biotechnology

Society for Bioinformatics
and Biological Sciences

SBBS India
Journal of Innovation in Applied Research

National Academy of Sciences
(BER-Chapter)

nasi.org.in
International Journal of Cell Science and Biotechnology

Society of Life Sciences

International Journal of Cell Science and Biotechnology

Plant Ditech Ltd Israel

plant-ditech.com

Conference Speakers

  • Dr. A. K. Mohanty, National Dairy Research Institute (NDRI-ICAR), Karnal
  • Dr. An-Long Chiou, Taiwan
  • Dr. Ashok Khandel, Bhoomi Biotech, Bhopal
  • Dr. B.B. Ghaley, Denmark
  • Dr. Ben Fan, China
  • Dr. Bhim Pratap Singh, Mizoram University
  • Dr. Bribal Singh, Principal Scientist, Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Palampur
  • Dr. Dilfuza Egamberdieva, Uzbekistan
  • Dr. Gerard Abraham, IARI, New Delhi
  • Dr. Gulshan Wadhwa, Joint Director, DBT, Govt. on India, New Delhi
  • Dr. Gustavo Molina, Brazil
  • Dr. Kalpana Raja, USA
  • Dr. M. Balakrishnan, Principal Scientist, NARM, Hyderabad.
  • Dr. Manoj Kaushal, Nigeria
  • Dr. Maria G. Tuohy, Ireland
  • Dr. Md. Kuddus, Saudi Arabia
  • Dr. Prsajith Kapila, Sri Lanka
  • Dr. Rakesh Bhargava, Principal Scientist, CIAH, Bikaner
  • Dr. Rituraj Purohit, IHBT, CSIR, Palampur
  • Dr. S. K. Gautam, University of California (UC-Davis), USA
  • Dr. Sarjiya Antonius, Indonesia
  • Dr. Sri Prasad, Nepal
  • Dr. Sunil Kumar, Principal Scientist, NEERI-CSIR, Nagpur
  • Dr. Susana Rodriguez-Couto, Spain
  • Dr. Tongmin Sa, South Korea
  • Dr. Vijai K. Gupta, Estonia
  • Prof. (Dr.) Asad Khan, AMU, Aligarh
  • Prof. (Dr.) M. P. Singh, University of Allahabad
  • Prof. A. M. Deshmukh, President, Microbiologist Society, India
  • Prof. A. K. Pandey, Chairman, MP Private University Regulatory Commission, Bhopal
  • Prof. Anil Prakash, Barkatullah University, Bhopal
  • Prof. Dilip Kumar Jha, Nepal
  • Prof. Fengliang Jin, China
  • Prof. Loai Aljerf, Syrian Arab Republic
  • Prof. Menachem Moselion, Israel
  • Prof. Mohammed Kuddus, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Prof. N.C. Gautam Vice-Chancellor, MGCGVV, Chitrakoot - Madhya Pradesh
  • Prof. Pratyush Shukla, MD University, Rohtak
  • Prof. R. C. Dubey, Gurukul Kangri University, Haridwar
  • Prof. Ragini Gothawal, Barkatullah University, Bhopal
  • Prof. Raul Pedroza, Colombia
  • Prof. Saber Abd Allah, Egypt
  • Prof. Sunil Khare, New Delhi
  • Prof. T. Lahiri, IIIT, Allahabad
  • Prof. Tanzima Yeasmin, Bangladesh

Conference Workshops

1. Workshop on "Functional phenotyping of plants for selection of plant varieties to challenge the effects of climate change" under the collaboration with Plant-Ditech Ltd., Israel.

2. Workshop on "Bioinformatics for sequence and structural data analysis"

3. Novel Product Development (NPD) and Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) for Food Quality Control.

Young Researchers Rapid Oral Presentation Session

Oral presentations (only for PhD Scholars) will be organized during three days of the conference to present their creative and innovative attributes in research within time limit of seven (07) minutes containing 10-12 slides (ppt) including presentations, and discussion with experts. The best presentations will be judged by a team of experts and will be conferred five best papers awards and Dr. R. P. S. Dhakrey Memorial "Young Researcher Award" to an outstanding researcher in any Biological Science field in the closing session of the conference.

Note: List of selected participants for oral presentations under this category will be announced on 5th March 2019.

Posters Presentation

Poster presentations will be conduct during three days of the conference to present their posters and effective talk with the experts. The dimensions of the posters should not exceed to 4ft X 3ft. The declaration of poster presentation of selected participants will be announced on 10th February 2019.

Note: List of selected participants for oral presentations under this category will be announced on 5th March 2019.

Awards

The best Presentations and Posters will be judged by a team of experts and will be conferred five best papers and posters awards and Dr. R. P. S. Dhakrey Memorial "Young Researcher Award" to an outstanding researcher in any Biological Science field in the closing session of the conference on 07 April 2019.

International Advisory Members

  • Prof. Menachem Moselion, Israel
  • Prof. Saber Abd Allah, Egypt
  • Prof. Tanzima Yeasmin, Bangladesh
  • Prof. Raul Pedroza, Colombia
  • Prof. Loai Aljerf, Syrian Arab Republic
  • Prof. Fengliang Jin, China
  • Prof. Mohammed Kuddus, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Prof. Dilip Kumar Jha, Nepal
  • Dr. S. K. Gautam, University of California (UC-Davis), USA
  • Dr. Gustavo Molina, Brazil
  • Dr. Ben Fan, China
  • Dr. Kalpana Raja, USA
  • Dr. B.B. Ghaley, Denmark
  • Dr. Maria G. Tuohy, Ireland
  • Dr. Susana Rodriguez-Couto, Spain
  • Dr. Dilfuza Egamberdieva, Uzbekistan
  • Dr. Tongmin Sa, South Korea
  • Dr. Sri Prasad, Nepal
  • Dr. Prsajith Kapila, Sri Lanka
  • Dr. Sarjiya Antonius, Indonesia
  • Dr. An-Long Chiou, Taiwan
  • Dr. Ulrich Berk, Germany
  • Dr. Vijai K. Gupta, Estonia
  • Dr. Md. Kuddus, Saudi Arabia
  • Dr. Manoj Kaushal, Nigeria
  • Dr. Kalpana Raja, USA

National Advisory Members

  • Prof. A. K. Pandey, Chairman, MP Private University Regulatory Commission, Bhopal
  • Dr. Gulshan Wadhwa, Joint Director, DBT, Govt. on India, New Delhi
  • Prof. N.C. Gautam Vice-Chancellor, MGCGVV, Chitrakoot - Madhya Pradesh
  • Prof. T. Lahiri, IIIT, Allahabad
  • Prof. (Dr.) Asad Khan, AMU, Aligarh
  • Prof. Sunil Khare, New Delhi
  • Dr. Gerard Abraham, IARI, New Delhi
  • Prof. (Dr.) M. P. Singh, University of Allahabad
  • Dr. Satyam Kesari - SHIATS, Allahabad - Uttar Pradesh
  • Dr. M. Balakrishnan, Principal Scientist, NARM, Hyderabad.
  • Dr. Rituraj Purohit, IHBT, CSIR, Palampur
  • Dr. Bhim Pratap Singh, Mizoram University
  • Prof. R. C. Dubey, Gurukul Kangri University, Haridwar
  • Prof. Pratyush Shukla, MD University, Rohtak
  • Dr. Kailash Chandra, Director, Zoological Survey of India, Kolkata
  • Dr. A.K. Pandey, Principal Scientist, ICAR-NBFGR, Lucknow
  • Dr. Rakesh Bhargava, Principal Scientist, CIAH, Bikaner
  • Prof. Anil Prakash, Barkatullah University, Bhopal
  • Prof. R. M. Mishra APS University Rewa
  • Prof. A. K. Deshmukh, President, Microbiologist Society, India
  • Dr. Bribal Singh, Principal Scientist, Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Palampur
  • Dr. A. K. Mohanty, National Dairy Research Institute (NDRI-ICAR), Karnal
  • Prof. Ragini Gothawal, Barkatullah University, Bhopal
  • Dr. Sunil Kumar, Principal Scientist, NEERI-CSIR, Nagpur
  • Dr. Rashmi Singh, Chairman, Board of Studies-Botany, APSU Rewa
  • Dr. Ashok Khandel, Bhoomi Biotech, Bhopal

Organizing Members and Committees

Chief Patron

Sh. B. P. Soni

Chancellor, AKS University, Satna (MP) India

Patrons

Sh. Anant Kumar Soni

Pro Chancellor & Chairman, AKS University, Satna (MP) India

Prof. P.K. Banik

Vice Chancellor, AKS University, Satna (MP) India

Local Advisory Members (from the AKS University)

Dr. R. S. Tripathi, Pro-Vice Chancellor & Registrar (In-Charge)

Dr. Harshwardhan, Pro-Vice Chancellor (Development)

Prof. R. N. Tripathi, OSD

Prof. G. P. Richariya, Dean, Faculty of Life Science & Technology

Prof. S.S. Tomar, Dean, Faculty of Agricultural Science & Technology

Prof. R.S. Nigam, Dean, Faculty of Education

Er. R.K. Shrivastav Administrator Faculty of Engineering and Technology

Prof. G.K. Pradhan, Dean Faculty of Engineering and Technology

Prof. G.C. Mishra, Dean Student Welfare

Dr. Shekhar Mishra, COE - AKSU

Shri. Vivek Shrivastava, Academics - AKSU

Dr. G.S. Pandey, Principal, Rajiv Gandhi College

Dr. S. P. Gupta, Head, Department of Pharmacy

Dr. M.K. Tiwari, Head, Department of Environmental Sciences

Dr. Neeraj Verma, Head & Coordinator, Department of Agricultural Science

Dr. Bhoomanand Saraswati, Director - CTKRA, AKS University

Conference Chairman

Prof. (Dr.) P.W. Ramteke

President, SBBS, Allahabad

Conference Co-Chairman

Prof. Shivesh Pratap Singh

Secretary BER-NASI, Satna

Conference Convener and Organizing Secretary

Dr. Kamlesh Choure

Professor & Head

Department of Biotechnology, Faculty of Life Science & Technology

AKS University, Satna (MP) India

Conference Co- Conveners

Dr. Budhayash Gautam

Dr. Guru Dayal Ram Guru), SBBS

Conference Co- Organizing secretary

Dr. Satendra Singh

Dr. Dhirendra Kumar, SKUAST-J

Technical Committee

Convener: Mr. S. K. Soni

Chief IT Administrator, AKS University, Satna

Co-Convener: Dr. Ajay Kumar Singh

Members: Dr. R.K.Salgotra SKUAST-J, Dr. Biswajit Brahma SKUAST-J,

Dr. Vikas Mahajan SKUAST-J, Mrs. Vibha RajShanti, SKUAST-J

Administration Committee

Convener: Mr. Brijendra Soni, Administrator, AKS University

Member: Sh. Sharad Tripathi, AKS University

Publication Committee

Convener: Dr. Samit Kumar, AKS University

Co-Convener: Dr. Arvind Gupta, AKS University

Members: Dr. Pritish Kumar Varadwaj, IIITA

Dr. Arvind , IIPR, Kanpur, Dr. Pramod Kumar Yadav

Dr. Harison Masih, Dr. Pramod Katara, Allahabad University

Dr. Pranav Kumar, SKUAST-Jammu

Mr.Satyam Kumar Kesari

Dr. Shafkat Ahmad Khandi- SKUAST-J

Designing and Publicity Committee

Conveners: Mr. Shreyansh Parsai, Mr. Arpit Srivastava

Members: Mr. Sourabh Singh, Mr. Vivek Agnihotri, Mr. Bharat Soni

Mr. Prakash Tripathi, Mr. Anurag Tripathi

Accommodation and Guest Hospitality Committee

Conveners: Dr. Arvind Gupta, Mr. Shreyansh Parsai, Mr. Arpit Srivastava

Members: Mr. Mahendra Singh, Mr. Sourabh Singh

Mr. Vivek Agnihotri, Mr. Bharat Soni, Mr. Ramjee Singh

Food and Cultural Committee

Convener: Dr. Ashwini Waoo and Dr. Deepak Mishra

Members: Mrs. Reni Nigam, Mrs. Keerti Samdariya

Ms. Sandhya Pandey, Mr. Mahendra Singh

Mr. Dhirendra Mishra, Mr. Sourabh Singh, Mr. Vivek Agnihotri

Mr. Bharat Soni, Mr. Ramjee Singh, Mr. Piyush Kant Rai, Ms. Shilpi

Publication of Research Present in the Conference

The works presented in the conference as invited/oral talks and posters will be published in the Special Issue of following UGC approved journals/ and standard journal. Papers will be accepted after peer-review process of the journals

International Journal of Cell Science and Biotechnology

International Journal of Cell Science and Biotechnology

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International Journal of Cell Science and Biotechnology

International Journal of Animal Biotechnologyy

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Journal of Innovation in Applied Research

Journal of Innovation in Applied Research

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Journal of Innovation in Applied Research

National journal of life sciences

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Journal of Innovation in Applied Research

Life science Bulletin

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Abstracts Submission

Submit your abstract and full length paper as per the registration notified date. Participation is open to all, working in the areas of Biotechnology research, teaching, consultancy, etc.. Each registered delegate or invitee would be eligible to present one paper or one poster only.

Submit abstract/full paper online on:

Registration Fee details

Overseas Participants
Participants Till 25 Feb. 2019 From 26 Feb. 2019 Spot Registration
Delegate USD 300 USD 350 USD 400
Accompanying Person USD 150 USD 175 USD 200
Student (persuing UG, PG or Ph.D) USD 150 USD 175 USD 200
Participants
Participants Till 25 Feb. 2019 From 26 Feb. 2019 Spot Registration
Delegate 3000 4000 5000
Accompanying Person 2000 3500 4000
Student (persuing UG, PG or Ph.D) 2000 3000 3500

Charges includes : All scientific sessions, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Tea Breaks, Conference Kit

For Registration Query please Contact us at ( +91 9399406881 Mr. Shreyansh Parsai, +91 9877594047 Er. Arpit Srivastava)

Accommodation

Accommodation for registered participants would be arranged upon request on payment basis (which will be single or double sharing rooms).

Accommodation Charges: Accommodations are available at first cum first serve basis.

AC Room with single occupancy: INR 4000 two nights stay

AC Room with twin sharing basis: INR 2400 or two nights stay

Non AC Rooms with twin sharing basis: Rs. 800 two nights stay

Tourism Excursion

Toursim At Satna

"Dive deep into the details of destinations, culture and everything else that will make your experience in Madhya Pradesh, a memorable one".

Madhya Pradesh, a large state in central India, retains landmarks from eras throughout Indian history. Begun in the 10th century, its Hindu and Jain temples at Khajuraho are renowned for their carvings of erotic scenes, most prominently Kandariya Mahadeva, a temple with more than 800 sculptures. The eastern Bandhavgarh and Kanha national parks, noted Bengal tiger sanctuaries, offer guided safaris.

Tour

We have planned to organize five special tours for the Participants of AIBioSD-2019 Conference with MP Tourism Department Govt. of Madhya Pradesh. (Please select anyone tour as choice to visit)

Charges (per person): INR 2500 (include travel expenditure and one night stay)

Important Instructions.

Online Advance Booking for Tiger Safari in Panna and Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve tours are available on below mentioned web of Forest Department, MP Government. Kindly book your place in advance to visit these two tiger reserve areas: https://forest.mponline.gov.in/

How To Reach Satna

Satna is a city in the Indian state, Madhya Pradesh. It is home for district's administrative headquarters

By Airways:

The nearest major airport to Satna is Jabalpur Airport (IATA - JLR, ICAO - VAJB) which is approximately 200 kilometer from the city. Other nearest airport is Khajuraho Airport (IATA - HJR, ICAO - VEKO) which is approximately 112 kilometer from city. Reaching Satna via Southern states of INDIA as well from metro cities like Hyderabad, Mumbai, Jaipur and Bangaluru then one can connect to Bhopal city (State Capital) having Airport namely Raj Bhoj Airport (IATA - BHO, ICAO - VABP) which is 378 kilometer from Satna. Nearest International Airport is Lal Bahadur Shastri International Airport (IATA - VNS, ICAO - VEBN) located in Varanasi city from here one can took Railway Service to reach Satna city.

By Railways:

Satna Junction Railway Station (IRCTC Code - STA) is a station in the Western-Central railway division on the route between Jabalpur Junction and Allahabad (Prayagraj). It is a junction and the branch goes to Rewa City. It lies on the Howra-Allahabad-Mumbai Line, a train route connecting Mumbai and Howrah. Distance from Jabalpur Junction to Satna is approximate 200 kilometers and Allahabad is approximate 186 kilometers. Distance from Varanasi Junction to Satna Junction is approximate 300 Kilometers.

By Roadways:

Bus services connect Satna with various cities of Madhya Pradesh state and some cities of Uttar Pradesh state. The city is well-connected by state highways and a national highway. Satna is connected to the longest National Highway: NH-7. State highway NH-75 passes from the heart of Satna and connects it to cities of Panna and Rewa, which are other important cities of northern Madhya Pradesh.

For more detail you may directly contact to Conference Secretariat - +91-9399406881 , +91 9877594047