Welcome to NSSICON 2018


Dear Colleagues,

It is our proud privilege and pleasure to invite you to the 7th Annual Conference of the Neurological Surgeons Society of India - NSSICON 2018, to be held from 23rd to 25th of February 2018 at the Scientific Convention Centre, King George Medical University, Lucknow, India.

The mega three-day event hosted by department of Neurosurgery KGMU, under the aegis of the Lucknow Neuro Club promises excellent and informative scientific programs include quiz, panel discussions and interactive sessions on the latest fields of Neurosurgery (Neuro-endoscopy, Minimal access Neurosurgery, Neurocritical care, Intravascular neurosurgery and Neuro-oncology). 

NSSICON 2018 will be an excellent platform for the new entrants in this field to learn about all these patient friendly techniques from the masters. At the same time, it will also be a great opportunity for the established surgeons to hone their skills and learn about the further advancement happening in the field.

All the National and International Faculty members are respected names in their field and it will be a great opportunity for us to learn from their collective experience.

The one-day pre-conference workshop is one of the main highlights of the conference and just a few vacant spots are up for grabs now.

We look forward to welcome you all in Lucknow and urge you to mark your dates for the event.

Organizing Committee



International Guest Faculty


Prof. Charlie Teo AM


Dr. Giuseppe Cinalli


Conference Secretariat

Department of Neurosurgery,
King Georges Medical University,
Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh 226003
Phone: (+91) 7408433555
Email : nssicon2018@gmail.com

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Venue

Scientific Convention Centre,
King Georges Medical University, Lucknow

This is a grand structure was built on the Sardar Patel sports ground at one end of Shahmina Road. The centre was a dream project of Ex-Prime Minister Shri Atal Behari Vajpayee.


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About Lucknow

LUCKNOW – ‘City of Vice and Roses’ as a British writer described it earlier this year, or ‘the last memento of Mughal culture’ as Maulana Sharar called it in the 1920s.





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