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Volume 1, Number 2, July-December 2000

Forthcoming Forensic Conferences

XXII National Conference of the IAFM, 2001

XXII National Conference of the Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine shall be held from 5-7 January, 2001 at the Pink City Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. Jaipur has been the city of Kings, and has a lot to offer to the tourists. The environment is well-suited for an academic conference of this nature, and the hospitality of local people is well-known.

The dates for the main conference are 5-7 January 2001. A Continuing Medical Education (CME) Programme would be held on 4 January 2001. The Organizing Secretary is Professor M.R. Goyal, Head of the Department of Forensic Medicine at the SMS Medical College, Jaipur, Rajasthan. He has had a long innings in the field of forensic medicine, and is the author of a very successful practical handbook on Forensic Medicine. The treasurer and the "brain" behind the conference is Dr. Sheetal Jain. For registration, accommodation and other details, click on the link below.

THINKING FOR THE NEW MILLENIUM

Professor M.R. Goyal, Dr. Sheetal Jain and their team invite you to this historic conference in Jaipur. This will be the World's first forensic conference of the millenium. The theme of the conference quite appropriately is "Thinking for the new Millenium"

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Visit the Conference 2001 Site

Correspondence:
Deptt: of Forensic Medicine
SMS Hospital, Jaipur
Fax: 91-0141-514387
Ph[R]: 371106, 372099, 514387
Ph[O]: 560291
Ext. 290, 410, 368, 369

In a unique and rare gesture, Professor M.R. Goyal and Dr. Sheetal Jain invited the Secretary and Treasurer of the IAFM (from 3-6 June, 2000) to have a look at the various venues where the conference would be held. All the programmes, venues and other details were finalized during this meeting. Below you can see the treasurer of the IAFM having dinner with Professor Goyal and Dr. Sheetal Jain at one of the dinner venues. Here you don't eat sitting on table and chair, but on the floor. This is the way food is taken in traditional India even today. This venue is known in the vernacular as Chokhi Dhani, which is difficult to translate in English, but its closest translation is A nice village. The whole place, spread in acres is in fact constructed like a traditional Rajasthani village, and is a sheer pleasure to visit. Our foreign delegates would be especially enamoured by this place. There are a number of other places where the delegates would be taken during the course of this conference.
Dr. Anil Aggrawal having dinner with Professor M.R. Goyal and Dr. Sheetal Jain at Chokhi Dhani

Chokhi Dhani, one of the dinner venues of the IAFM Conference, 2001. In the center is Professor Anil Aggrawal, treasurer of the IAFM (2000-2002), flanked on the left by Professor M.R.Goyal (in white shirt), and on the right by Dr. Sheetal Jain (in blue shirt). Dr. Aggrawal is wearing the traditional Rajasthani turban. Click on the photo to enlarge!

For details of the previous IAFM conferences, please visit the IAFM main page

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