19th To 21st Nov 2021

Message From Patron & Chairman

Dear Colleagues,

It gives me great pleasure to extend a warm invitation to the 28th Annual Conference of Indian College of Cardiology – ICCCON 2021 from 19th, 20th & 21st November 2021 at Bengaluru, India, the conference will be in "Hybrid format", in view of COVID-19 Pandemic.

In this era of explosion of technology and fast changing practice patterns this Conference will bring together scientists and specialists from India and abroad who will exchange their valuable views in the context of evidence based cardiovascular medicine and also provide a great opportunity to understand each other’s culture, social behavior and to make long lasting professional friendship. This will go a long way in building a stronger and healthier cardiology scenario in India. The ground realities of cardiovascular practice and the cost effective management without diluting the quality of care is the need of the hour in our country with strained resources. "Prevention To Intervention" shall be the slogan.

We expect this conference will definitely help you to better individual skills and to improve outcome of various cardiac procedures. Weather will be pleasant in the month of November and attending this cardiology congress will be useful and enjoyable.

“Great Learning comes from Experience; Experience comes through mistakes and bad decisions, Decision Making is more important than incision and interventions.”

Dr. D. Rajasekhar, Chairman Scientific committee a dedicated teacher with his profession wisdom shall be making meaningful scientific programme which will have practical implication for physicians and cardiologist.

Dr. B.C. Srinivas, Organizing secretary with their professional experience shall organize this meet in best possible way.

I wish you a wonderful and memorable experience at hybrid conference.

With warm personal regards

Padmashree Dr. C.N. Manjunath. MD.DM, FACC, FICC
Past President & Permanent Invitee of ICC
Professor of Cardiology
Director, Sri Jayadeva Institute of Cardiovascular sciences and Research