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SPOSI is cultivate and promote the study, research and practice of Strabismology and Pediatric Ophthalmology, promote professional fellowship and social contacts amongst the members of the society, promote continuing education by organizing conference, symposia, seminars, workshop and refresher courses etc,



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24th and 25th June 2023

Notice for mid Term SSI / SPOSI conference to be held at Aurangabad, Maharashtra on 24th and 25th June 2023 in collaboration with Marathwada Ophthalmological Society and Aurangabad Ophthalmological Society

1- 24rth June- Pre-conference and SPOSI ENTOD Core Group Meeting to frame guidelines for retardation of myopia progression.

2- Conference.

Kindly send your entries / topics for faculty talks, Debates / controversies / recent trends in strabismus and Pediatric Ophthalmology/ interesting cases, case series on sposi.india2021@gmail,com by 25. 6 23.
Everyone is requested to participate and contribute to the scientific content.. Marathwada Ophthalmological Society and Aurangabad Ophthalmological Society aer working very hard to make the conference a memorable event. Ajanta, Ellora beckon you too.

1- Abstracts for competitive sessions, Free Paper session/ scientific posters/ interesting cases/ video presentations. The abstract for FPs / electronic posters should be structured as Purpose, material and Methods, Results and conclusion, not to exceed 200 words. Abstracts not accepted as FPs may be accepted as E posters.

2-Faculty talk under strabismus/ Pediatric ophthalmology. Two topics from areas of interest may be sent, one will be included.

3- Debates and controversies in strabismus and Pediatric Ophthalmology.

4- Symposium on 'Case based approach to strabismus and Pediatric Ophthalmology'.

5- A PG session is being initiated from this year to encourage participation from the youngsters. It will include thesis and other topics of interest.

The last date for submission of abstracts/ faculty talks may kindly be read as 25-04-2023.

Looking forward to meeting you at Chandigarh.

Warm regards
Dr. P. K. Pandey,


on 3rd and 4rth December, 2022 at PGI, Chandigarh

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The LOC will consist of Prof. S. S. Pandav, Prof. Jaspreet Sukhija, Dr. Shweta Chaurasia and Dr. Savleen Kaur.

The conference will offer an unique opportunity to interact on issues related to strabismus and Pediatric Ophthalmology in India and will be attended by reputed national and international faculty. As secretary of the SSI, I extend a warm invitation to you to attend the conference and contribute to the deliberations. The entries for various categories will be accepted from 1st September 2022 to 30th September 2022 at Looking forward to meeting you at Chandigarh.

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Proposal for name change of the Strabismological Society of India and amendments to the rules and regulations and bye laws.

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