How to be a Registered Participant
A Registered Participant will receive the Conference kit, is entitled to attend all the Conference sessions, and also join the speakers for the afternoon lunch, and refreshments. Accommodation have to be arranged on their own.
Outstation Participants and Participants from other Countries ...
Click Here to Download the Registration Form
Conference Registration Fee:
For India and SAARC Countries - INR Rs.3000/-
For Developing Countries - USD 100/-
Other Countries - USD 200/-
For Students from India - INR Rs. 1000/-
For Students from Developing Countries - USD 50/-
For Students from Other Countries - USD 100/-
For Corporates - INR Rs. 5000/-
Registration for participants from other countries:
(They can pay online, or give the fee in person on arrival for the Conference)
Below are the details for online transfer of foreign currency funds:
Beneficiary Name : National Institute of Advanced Studies
Beneficiary A/c No. :10270575077
Bank With : State Bank of India, IISc., Branch, Bengaluru,INDIA
Branch Code No. : 02215
SWIFT CODE NO. : SBININBB425
IFS Code : SBIN0002215
Registration for participants from India:
The payment option could be by DD or Cheque payable at par.
Please send by post the DD or Cheque taken in the name of NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED STUDIES, along with the completed registration form, to the address below by post:
Mr Srinivasa Aithal
Head, Administration & Finance
National Institute of Advanced Studies
Indian Institute of Science campus, Bengaluru 560012
About NIAS Consciousness Studies Programme
The NIAS Consciousness Studies Programme is an interdisciplinary programme of the National Institute of Advanced Studies situated in the campus of Indian Institute of Science, in Bangalore, India. The Programme brings in philosophy, cognitive sciences, animal studies, psychology, creativity studies, physics and the neurosciences in its research mandate. The NIAS Programme on Consciousness Studies began in NIAS in 1992.
Our Focus ...
There is a need to look at human experiences and consciousness as a whole, and in the interdisciplinary context of the humanities, biological, cognitive and the physical sciences. The Consciousness Studies Programme at NIAS, while adopting a larger framework, is disciplinarily grounded in humanities, neurophysics, behavioural and cognitive sciences, neurosciences and neuropsychiatry.