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36th International Geological Congress – 2-8 March at Greater Noida, India


36th International Geological Congress – 2-8 March at Greater Noida, India

India, with the support of its neighboring countries – Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka – will be hosting the prestigious 36th International Geological Congress (IGC) during 2-8th March, 2020 at the state-of-the-art venue, at India Exposition Mart Ltd, Greater Noida, NCR- Delhi.  Described as the Olympics of Geo-science Conferences, IGCs are held quadrennially under the aegis of the International Union of Geological Sciences (IUGS). 

The conference is likely to be inaugurated by the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India.

The 36th IGC will be a perfect stage for congregation of the Explorers, Miners, Scientists, Researchers and Technologists across the globe to showcase their capabilities, achievements, innovations, interests and aspirations to the world community.

It is a matter of pride that India is the only Asian country to have the distinction of hosting the IGC twice on its soil, the first being in 1964.  The event comes with a host of dividends in the form of investments in mining and mineral sector apart from a phenomenal legacy value for the entire scientific community of Tanzania.  For more details, kindly reach out to the event's website - https://www.36igc.org/ and for queries/clarifications to Dr. Rasik Ravindra, Secretary General, 36th IGC, e-mail : rasikr@36igc.org, mobile No.:+91- 9999518129.

Link: https://www.36igc.org/