Dear Colleagues & Friends,
On behalf of the Organizing Committee, we are pleased to invite you to the 46th Annual Conference of Endocrine Society of India (ESICON 2016) to be held from 21st -23rd October, 2016 at New Delhi, India.
ESICON 2016 commits to enhance the content and scientific knowledge to deliver an overwhelming enriching experience to the delegates. Internationally renowned faculty shall be available for scientific deliberations and various platforms of social interactions. The Conference aims to bring together researchers and medical professionals from across the globe, to interact and forge new relationships.
ESICON is a celebration of endocrinology, its practitioners and its patients. Since the first time it was conducted on the sidelines of APICON, ESICON has always been hailed as a cozy, comfortable program where there is a confluence of good science and great camaraderie. For the small but growing band of endocrinologist this is the academic event of the year. ESICONS over the years have grown larger but longtime attendees vouch for the the familiarity and ease that they feel each year in the program. As ESICON shits this year to Lutyen’s Delhi, the society is in a cross roads - its membership is larger, younger and stronger; its journal is in good health and its future has never been brighter. A successful ESICON every year is the boost of energy that keeps the society chugging along for another year. The Delhi team has made great efforts to ensure that ESICON at “Dilli” exceeds the expectations and aspirations of all sections of the society - the practitioners, the academics, the new, the seasoned, the clinicians and the basic scientists. Their hard work and innovation will help the society grow in stature and credibility. Along with the Delhi team it is my privilege to invite you to be part and be involved in ESICON 2016, New Delhi. After all this is your society and this is your event.
Delhi, officially the National Capital Territory of Delhi, is the capital territory of India.During the British Raj, Delhi was part of the Punjab Province and is still historically and culturally connected to the Punjab region. It has a population of about 16.3 million, making it the second most populous city and second most populous urban agglomeration in India.