FAQ'S

  How does the delegate registration process work?

Delegates must enter their personal details and select a choice of payment method, in order to register. The payment options are Demand Draft (Indian residents only), NEFT/SWIFT and Credit/Debit Card. Upon receipt of payment from the delegate, an email confirming successful registration will be sent. Please save a copy of the payment receipt and the confirmation email and carry it along on the day of the conference.

  How can I pay?

The conference website accepts NEFT/SWIFT (Bank Transfer) and Credit/Debit Card payments from all attendees, national and international. Indian Nationals (only) can also utilize the option of paying with a Demand Draft. Instructions on how to pay, and all the necessary details are available in Payment Guidelines. In addition to this, those who face problems while paying online can also make cash payments at the day of the conference, conditioned to first come first serve basis.

  How does the registration process on the day of the conference work?

Attendees must stop at the registration desk, at least an hour before the inauguration ceremony, and provide a copy of their confirmation mail. The registration desk team will provide an ID badge, conference kit and meal vouchers.

  Will the conference team provide travel and accommodation?

Details on how to get to the conference site as well as places to stay are provided on the website. The conference team will however not provide for travel and stay. Attendees are therefore requested to make their own arrangements.

  Does the conference site have wireless internet access?

Yes, the SIU's Lavale Campus is Wi-Fi enabled. Delegates and guests will be provided with a system log in and password to access the internet.

  How will medical emergencies be handled?

A medical team will be on site to assist with first aid or other medical emergencies. If needed, any guest can be transported to a local hospital with haste. The conference site will carry basic medication. If a guest requires specific medicines, they are required to carry their own. In an emergency, the medical team can help in purchasing medicines locally but SIU does not guarantee the availability. SIU under any circumstances will not be held responsible, and attendees are responsible for their own safety.