'Vigyan Bhavan'

Maulana Azad Road
New Delhi-110003


Vigyan Bhavan, India ’s premiere Conference Centre is a great example. Located at the Maulana Azad Road, it has been the venue for many historically noteworthy conferences and summits attended by distinguished world leaders and dignitaries. Built in 1956, it has a splendid ambience and an astounding art.

It is strategically located in one of the most beautiful locations in Delhi near the President’s Estate and India Gate. Overlooking lush green lawns, it is in the walking environs of Gallery of Modern Art, the National Museum and other sites of tourist interest. A journey past the Vigyan Bhavan can be very intriguing and eventful and who knows you might see some known personality there?

Vigyan Bhawan has been the venue of various Head-of -State level meets such as CHOGM, NAM and the Seven-Nation Summit. It has caucus facilities, which include computer controlled conference systems with concurrent interpretation system up to eight languages. An awesome in-house TV linked with satellite; communication facilities of E-mail, Fax are the key highlights of this great structure. Local Area Net work with P.C.s, Video recording and large screen video projections are also other facilities available for day-to-day conferences.


Several other halls provide the requisite seating for parallel sessions, workshops and discussion forums. With an absolutely gripping environment, it has amazing lobbies and a huge seating capacity in each conference hall. Subtlety and vibrancy, both shades can be seen inside Vigyan Bhavan.






Version of the 7th May 2011

with the topics of the technical contributions

Concept Note

Environmental Knowledge for Disaster Risk Managemen

International Conference - Organised under the ekDRM project by the National Institute for Disaster Management and GIZ - 10. to 11. May 2011


Scenes of the conference

International Conference - 10-11 May, New Delhi. Download your picture ...


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Requirments and checklist

Submission of full papers for the international conference in May 2011 - final date the 25.April 2011


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