AICOG 2024: Hyderabad to Host the 66th All India Congress of Obstetrics and Gynaecology in January, Registrations Open

AICOG 2024: Hyderabad to Host the 66th All India Congress of Obstetrics and Gynaecology in January, Registrations Open

Hyderabad will host the 66th All India Congress of Obstetrics and Gynaecology -AICOG 2024 in January 2024. The most prominent gathering of obstetricians and gynaecologists will take place at the Hyderabad International Convention Centre (HICC) from 6th to 10th of January 2024, paving way for understanding the modern-day developments inside obstetrics and gynaecology.

The congress aims to emphasize the most recent trends and advancements in the field of Obstetrics & Gynaecology. The event will primarily focus on the following themes: “Obstetric Medicine, Emerging Technologies in OB GYN, Environment & Reproduction, Sexual Reproductive Health, and Pelvic Medicine.”
Featuring some of the most renowned stalwarts from the field, the AICOG 2024 will have a bunch of scientific presentations, plenary talks, workshops, poster presentations, exhibitions, seminars on a wide range of topics and more.

The Congress will also focus on the operational and clinical tools necessary to successfully implement quality and evidence-based care models and stay current with the changing trends affecting our fraternity. The program will include keynote presentations, and a discussion forum that will provide valuable insights.

AICOG 2024 at a Glance

Things to Keep in Mind While Applying for AICOG 2024

Conference Registration

Conference Registration is mandatory for workshops, CME, & Banquet. Registration is mandatory for all delegates, including children above the age of 5 yrs. Registration for children under 5 years is free.

Photo ID and Registration Badge

Photo ID is mandatory for all delegates to enter the conference area. Delegates must ensure to wear a registration badge (Bar/QR Coded) in the conference area. Registration is non-transferable, and delegates must bring a receipt at the time of registration.

Spot Registrations

For spot registrations, payment will be accepted only by cash/card. The disbursal of the delegate kit for the same will be subject to availability.
Delegate kits will only be handed over to registered delegates.

Accompanying Persons

Entry of the accompanying person may be restricted to certain areas at the venue of the event.

AICOG 2024: Terms and Conditions

Only one registration per UTR/Demand Draft will be accepted. Apart from that, Congress will consider multiple registrations against one transfer as Trade Registration, and fees will apply accordingly. Organizers have the right to reject a registration if found any violation of registration rules.

Registration DD/Cheque should reach the “AICOG 2024” Secretariat office within 10 days of the DD/Cheque issuing date via speed post or registered post/courier. It is requested to send forms and payment promptly well ahead of the slab transition period.

This conference promises to be an outstanding gathering, featuring a diverse range of sessions, workshops, and presentations that will cover a wide spectrum of topics related to obstetrics and gynaecology. It is a unique opportunity for medical practitioners, researchers, and educators to share their insights, research findings, and clinical experiences.

The annual scientific conference brings together Obstetricians, Gynaecologists, healthcare professionals, researchers, practitioners, postgraduate students, clinicians, and other professionals from around the world to update their knowledge and abilities. Learning and incorporating newer Obstetrics & Gynaecological strategies help enhance the quality of care and improve patient outcomes.

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MRCOG Part 3 Exam: Discover More About the Challenge

The aim of the MRCOG Part 3 exam is to evaluate the ability of the candidate to apply core clinical skills. The exam examines further how the candidate applies these skills in the context of the skills, knowledge, attitudes and competencies defined in the MRCOG Part 2 and MRCOG Part 1 curriculum.

In addition, the MRCOG Part 3 exam assesses five core skill domains. They are patient safety, communication with patients and families, communication with colleagues, information gathering and applied clinical knowledge.

Applying For the Exam

Candidates who are eligible can apply online for the MRCOG Part 3 exam. The application period is open only for a short period of time. Furthermore, you can visit the MRCOG Part 3 exam calendar page on MRCOG Official website for information about when you can apply. Lastly, if you have any requests for special arrangements during the exam, they have to be submitted before the closing date for applications.

Number Of Attempts

Candidates are permitted to attempt the MRCOG Part 3 OSCE exam four times. Candidates who are unable to pass in four attempts are required to take the MRCOG Part 2 exam again. For candidates sitting the digital remote exam for the first time, this does not count as an attempt.

Requirements For Remote Exam

Your computer should be set up with a few technical requirements to enable Osler Online to work. It is an online application.

Only laptops or PCs can be used. Osler Online will not work with tablets or mobile devices. In addition, NHS work laptops or desktops should not be used. They can block webcam or microphone permissions which interfere with the program.

NHS internet Wi-Fi should not be used as they can block the program. In addition, you can use only Windows or Mac Operating systems. Windows 7 or newer and Sierra 10.12 or newer is needed. Furthermore, only Google Chrome web browser should be used. Lastly, webcam and microphone need to be enabled.

Over the head headphones are recommended. Moreover, headphones with a microphone in the cord should not be used. They can scratch off clothes and hair and cause feedback. Minimum screen resolution required is 1024 x 768.

You will need a stable internet connection for your exam. Besides, a wired connection is preferred. WiFi should suffice if you have a good signal and are situated near the router.

In addition, the minimum recommended bandwidth for Osler Online is 1.5 mbps for both upload and download. This should be supported by most broadband and fibre internet providers.

Make sure that you ask other users to limit or stop their usage during your exam if you are using a shared internet. This will prevent your internet quality from being affected.

Timeframe For Exam Attempts

There is no time limit between passing the MRCOG Part 2 exam and attempting the MRCOG Part 3 exam. However, you are required to attempt Part 3 exam at least once within seven years after passing the MRCOG Part 2.

If any candidate does not attempt the MRCOG Part 3 OSCE exam within the timeframe of seven years, they will be required to take the MRCOG Part 2 exam again.

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