Welcome Message

Dear Colleague,

This year 2020 has brought about a tremendous change all over the world! With the exponential global rise of Covid-19, the world is experiencing and learning to adapt to a new Normal! Lockdowns, travel restrictions and social distancing have resulted in conferences getting cancelled or indefinitely postponed. Academic activities are taking a new form by way of virtual meetings, webinars and conferences.

We are happy to announce that 72nd edition of the Annual Conference of Cardiology Society of India, CSI 2020 GOES METAPHYSICAL!

CSI GETS BIGGER, LONGER AND BETTER from 10th December to 13th December 2020.

Although the meeting is curtailed to virtual format, the organizing and scientific teams are working hard to ensure a great academic and scientific program to all participants.

CSI 2020 shall provide a platform for education, research and learning for all its members! Delegate interaction and participation are cornerstones of any conference, and the organizing team is trying hard to create a novel interactive digital virtual platform that will enhance the attendee experience

We request you to mark your calendar for this CSI 2020 METAPHYSICAL!!

Best regards and stay safe and healthy during this pandemic!

Aapnu Ahmedabad Ma Swagat Che!

Dr. Sameer Dani

Organising Secretary

Dr. P. P. Mohanan

Scientific Chairman

The Host City Ahmedabad

Founded in the 15th century, Ahmedabad is the largest city in the state of Gujrat. The city is a vibrant business district and rising centre of education, information technology and scientific industries. Divided in two - the old city and the new city; The city offers different moods right from the hustle-bustle of C.G. Road in the heart of Ahmedabad to the quite retreat of the Sabarmati Ashram. Ahmedabad enjoys a thriving cultural tradition, being the centre of Gujarati cultural activities and diverse traditions of different ethnic and religious communities. Popular celebrations and observances include Uttarayan - an annual kite-flying day on 14th January and the nine nights of Navratri - celebrated with people performing Garba - the folk dance of Gujarat - at venues across the city.