Indian Psychiatric Society - Central Zone Branch is association of mental health Professionals residing or operating within the 4 states of Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Uttrakhand , Chattishgarh or any branch of the parent body of Indian Psychiatric Society. Its main objectives are to contribute, to the general development of mental health services within these states. To meet its objectives it organizes one Annual conference once a year, One P.G.Training program in a year. To push Psychiatry among the medical students, it conducts quiz competition for students from verious medical colleges within these state branches.
For promoting mental health within the community, society via its members conducts various awareness programs, free service camps, during mental health week (4th to 10th October) once a year. Several of its members publish articles in news papers and magazines, a number of the members are giving talks on radio and television. Any person having post graduate Degree or credentials recognized by Medical Council of India can apply for normal life membership of the society. Non Psychiatric medical professionals (MBBS / credentials or Degree in alternative medical specialties) or post graduate degree holders of non medical mental health professionals (M.Phil or P.hd in clinical psychology / M.Phil or P.hd in psychiatric social work/ M.sc Psychosocial rehabilitation or connected mental health professional registered with Rehabilitation Council of India ) can apply for Associate membership of society.
Nominations are invited for oration to be delivered at annual conference of central zone to be held 2019. The proposal of this award should be accompanied by a detailed curriculum vitae of the nominee in triplicate under following headings:
1. Name ; age; details of qualifications : details of position held and professional experience; complete list of publication (listing the papers as is being done for references of Indian journal of psychiatry) with nominee name underlined , details of research done in the past of currently being done including the sponsoring authority, if any interest in the specific area of psychiatry and work done in the particular area ; zonal IPS conference attended; details of office position held Indian psychiatric society or zone; details of foreign visits & its importance.
2. The proposal for the oration to be accompanied by declaration signed by the nominee that:
A) He is fellow member of Indian psychiatric society and member of the Central Zone.
B) He has cleared dues of Indian psychiatric society and Zone till date.
C) He has not received central Zone oration and or B.B Sethi oration in the past.
3. The nomination must be proposed and seconded by fellow member along with consent of nominee and to be sent to the chairperson award committee.
Member /s who wish to contest for best paper award in the forthcoming annual conference of IPS central Zone (CIPCON 2019) should send four copies of full paper & four copies of abstract to the chairperson award committee
1. The paper has to be based on research work done in India by the member of central zone.
2. No paper shall be eligible to compete of the award, where a member, who has won best paper award for immediately preceding year as author or co-author.
3. A paper of substantially the same paper cannot compete for more than once is any particular conference.
4. The principal author at least 50% of all the authors must be member of the central zone at the time of the conference, without any pending dues.
5. The covering letter mentions the membership status of all the authors.
6. The paper competing for best paper award will have to be presented by principal I.E first author. Paper wining the best paper award will be eligible to compete for Bombay psychiatrics society silver jubilee award at annual conference of Indian psychiatric society to be held next year.
This award has been instituted out of an endowment received from Dr. Hemant Naidu in the memory of his late wife Mrs. Tara Naidu. This award is being instituted, with a view to encourage research and stimulate presentation of research papers at the IPS-CZ conference. The best paper presented at the "free papers" sessions of concurrent scientific sessions of central Zone- Indian psychiatric society of the particulars year will br awarded this "award" at the annual conference of IPS-Central Zone.
1. To be
eligible for the awards , the paper must fulfill
each of the following criteria:
A) It has not been published in a scientific journal nor has been awarded any award of IPS.
B) The principal author and at least 50% of all authors must be member of the central Zone Indian psychiatrics society at the time of the conference.
2. The panel of judges shall rate the papers. Out of the marks I.E 100% will be for preparation, compilation and presentation of the paper. Paper securing highest total marks (out of 100) shall win the award, subject to ratification by the award committee and the executive council of the society. In case of a tie, the concerned papers will be declared the joint winners. To win an award not less than 50% of the total marks must be obtained by a paper.
3. All author of the award winning paper shall be considered to have won the award, will be issued certificates and will be eligible for the award money. The money will be handed over to the principal author for distribution among the co-author.
4. None of the judge appointed for this award shall be contestant for this award. However, a judge is eligible to contest for any other awards.
Last date of submission of nomination for B.B Sethi oration ward and best paper award to the chairperson award committee shall be 20.08.19.
Agra is the city of the Taj Mahal, in the north Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, some 200 km from Delhi.
Agra has three UNESCO World Heritage sites, the Taj Mahal and the Agra Fort in the city and Fatehpur Sikri 40 km away. There are also many other buildings and tombs from Agra's days of glory as the capital of the Mughal Empire.
Besides these three sites, the city has little else to recommend it. Pollution, especially smog and litter, is rampant and visitors are pestered by swarms of touts and hawkers at every monument, besides the inner Taj Mahal which, once you are in, is free of scams and touts. The sites are some of the wonders of the world and no trip to India is complete without at least one visit to the Taj. For the vast majority of visitors, a single day in Agra is more than enough.
Tomb of I'timad-ud-Daulah
Jama Mosque, Fatehpur Sikri
Panch Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri
Gurudwara Guru Ka Taal
Taj Nature Walk