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36TH INTERNATIONAL GEOLOGICAL CONGRESS, 2-8 MARCH, 2020

If there is one place on the face of the earth where all the dreams of living men have found a home from the very earliest days when man began the dream of existence, it is India

- Romain Rolland

India had the privilege of organising the 22nd session of IGC at New Delhi in 1964. This was the first IGC in Asia. The IGC is returning to the Indian subcontinent after a gap of 56 years.

This time, the theme of the IGC is "Geosciences: The Basic Science for a Sustainable Future".

The 36th IGC is funded by the Ministry of Mines and the Ministry of Earth Sciences, Government of India, and supported by the Indian National Science Academy (INSA) and the science academies of Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Geological Survey of India is the nodal agency for organizing the event.

The preparatory activities for congress are being looked after by a Local Organizing Committee, with the 36th IGC Secretariat as its front office.

The Indian sub-continent offers the entire gamut of geological episodes, representing every geological period, with the oldest rocks spanning 3.6 Ga of Earth's history to the youngest, active fold mountain belt of the world. The subcontinent houses precious and rare earth minerals; extinct and active volcanoes; exuberant rivers and river confluences; mature foreland basins and youthful landforms; extensive deltas and fans; hot and cold deserts; salt ranges and deep oceans; hot springs and waterfalls; majestic mountains and seemingly bottomless valleys.

The imprints of the ancient civilizations that flourished in the subcontinent stand testimony to the rich and varied historical and cultural heritage of the region. Signatures of intelligent use of Earth resources by early civilizations are seen in all spheres, be it harvesting of water or use of mineral resources. Fine traditions of art and human skills abound in the region that attract innumerable visitors. A land of vibrant colours, numerous festivals, myriad shades of life and exhilarating cuisine, India is a place that will leave any visitor spellbound.

The sub-continent has made substantial contributions in the areas of fundamental science as well as applied research over the years. The quantum leap in science & technology and infrastructure over the past few decades in India and its neighboring countries makes this venue the ideal destination for the IGC 2020.

Welcome to Indian subcontinent in 2020!!!

 

REGISTRATION FEE STRUCTURE OF VARIOUS CATEGORIES OF 36TH IGC

(All Figures in US Dollars)

 

Type of
Registration
Delegate
Registration
Student
Delegate
Young Earth
Scientist
(YES) delegate
Day
Registration
Opening &
Closing
Ceremony Day
Registration
Senior
Citizens
(above 65 yrs)
Accompanying
Person's
Registration
Welcome
Reception
(Guest Ticket)
Super Early
Bird (1 May-
31 July 2019)
650 325 NA NA NA 450 NA 40
 
Early Bird
(1 Aug- 30
Nov 2019)
750 340 575 NA NA 500 120 40
 
Standard
(1 Dec 2019
-
31 Jan 2020)
850 350 600 450 175 550 135 40
 
Late
(1 Feb - 1
Mar 2020)
950 400 625 475 200 600 150 40
 
Onsite 1000 425 650 500 225 650 150 40

 

APPROPRIATE AUTHORITY

  • Mr. Anil Gopishankar Mukim, Secretary, Ministry of Mines, Govt. of India, Chair
  • Dr. Madhavan Nair Rajeevan, Secretary, Ministry of Earth Sciences, Govt. of India, Co-Chair
  • Prof. A.K. Sood, President, Indian National Science Academy, Co-Chair

 

 

GOVERNING BODY

  • Mr. Anil Gopishankar Mukim, Secretary, Ministry of Mines, Govt. of India, Chair
  • Dr. Madhavan Nair Rajeevan, Secretary, Ministry of Earth Sciences, Govt. of India, Co-Chair
  • Prof. A.K. Sood, President, Indian National Science Academy, Co-Chair
  • Prof. V.P. Dimri, President, 36th IGC, Member
  • Mr. Bipul Pathak, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Mines, and Director General, Geological Survey of India & Co-President, 36th IGC, Member
  • Prof. S. K. Tandon, Pro Vice Chancellor, Delhi University, Member
  • Dr. V. K. Gahalaut, Scientist-G, Ministry of Earth Sciences, Member
  • Dr. Rasik Ravindra, Secretary General, 36th IGC, Convener

 

Bipul Pathak

Co-President, 36th IGC

V. P. Dimri

President, 36th IGC

Dr. Rasik Ravindra

Secretary General, 36th IGC

 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

  • Prof. V. P. Dimri, President, 36th IGC, Chair
  • Mr. Bipul Pathak, Joint Secretary Ministry of Mines, and Director General, Geological Survey of India & Co-President, 36th IGC, Member
  • Dr. Rasik Ravindra, Secretary General, 36th IGC, Member
  • Dr. Vipin Chandra, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Earth Sciences, Member
  • Prof. D. M. Banerjee, Indian National Science Academy, Member
  • Mr. M. Chandradas, Dy.Director General, Geological Survey of India &Chair, Finance Committee, Member