National Seminar 
on
Recent Statistical Techniques for Data Analysis
&
XXIX Annual Conference
of
Indian Association for
the Study of Population (IASP)

(October 26-28, 2007)

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Venue of the Seminar 

The seminar will be held in the beautiful campus of Banaras Hindu University, a great seat of learning, located in the ancient and holy city of Varanasi.  It is also known as the city of Lord Vishwanath, situated at the bank of Holy River Ganges and is famous for its ghats and temples.  The city, almost at a distance of 700 kilometers southeast of Delhi, is well connected by air, rail and road with other parts of country. The University is about 10 kilometers from the railways station and 30 kilometers from the airport.  The main city is at a distance of nearly five kilometers from the university campus where one can enjoy sunrise standing at the bank of the river.  The famous Lord Vishwanath temple is situated in the main city.  Other worth visiting places in Varanasi are Sarnath (where the Buddha preached his first sermon), Bharat Kala Bhawan, Bharat Mata Mandir, Ramnagar Fort and the University itself.  Varanasi enjoys a pleasant weather with daytime temperature of around 20-25 degree Celsius.  The temperature can touch a minimum of around 12-13 degree Celsius in late October. 

Scope and Objectives
Organizing Committee
Submission of Abstract and Full Paper
Registration Fee
Accommodation
Venue of the Seminar
Contact Address
Registration Form
 

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