February 18-21 |National Magnetic Resonance Society Meeting & Conference on NMR-from Molecules to Human Behaviour and Beyond Rajkot
Feb 29 – March 1| International Workshop on Care of The Elderly Kozhikode
February 7-9 | Annual National Conference of Indian Society for Study of Pain (ISSPCON) Ahmedabad
February 7-9 | Annual Conference of Tamil Nadu Orthopaedic Association (TNOACON) Vellore
Febraury 7-9 | Annual Congress of the Indian Association of Gastrointestinal Endo Sergeons (IAGES) Guwahati
February 7-9 | Annual Conference of the Indian Association of Paediatric Anaesthesiologists (IAPA Con) Varanasi
February 7-9 | Indian Association of Cardiovascular Thoracic Anaesthesiologists Conference (IACTACON) Cavelossim
February 8-9 | International Conference on Integrative Oncology (ICIO) Kochi
February 8-9 | Scientific Congress of APSID Chandigarh
February 8-9 | Annual Conference of Association of Cytologists of Maharashtra (ACM) Nagpur
February 13-15 | Annual Meeting of the Indian Society of Human Genetics Chennai
February 13-16 | Apollo Cancer Conclave and CANCER CI Conference Hyderabad
February 13-16 | All India Ophthalmological Society Conference (AIOC) Gurgaon
February 13-16 | AIOC Conference Gurugram
February 14-16 | UPOrthocon Conference Lucknow
Feburay 18-20 | International Conference VIROCON New Delhi
February 20-22 | Annual Update in Peritoneal Surface Oncology Mumbai
February 21-23 | National Annual Conference of Indian Association of Clinical Psychologists (NACIACP) Chandigarh
February 27-29 | NSSICON (NSSI) Kolkata
February 28 – March 1 | World Congress of Diabetes India Bengaluru
February 28 – March 1 | Master Class in Liver Disease Edition (MCLD) Chennai
February 28 – March 1 | Conference of Pediatric Endosurgeons of India Pune
February 28 – March 1 | Annual Conference on Evidence Based Management of Cancers in India (EBM) Mumbai
February 29 – March 1 | Annual Conference of Nuclear Medicine Physicists Association of India (NMPAICON)Manipal
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