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ISC extends paper submission date for Sericulture Congress
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Sep '14
The International Sericultural Commission (ISC) has extended dates for submission of papers and scientific contributions for the 23rd International Congress on Sericulture and Silk Industry being held at Bangalore, India from 24th-27th November, 2014.

The ISC Secretariat said submission of papers for oral and poster presentation along with registration is now being extended till October 10, 2014, while registration without submission of papers has been permitted till October 26.

The ISC Congress, which is a triennial event, is the only international forum committed exclusively for the sericulture and silk sector that provides access to progress made in sericulture science and technology, current knowledge of the field, and the prevailing global business environment for silks.

It offers an exclusive opportunity for international scientists, universities, faculty & students of Institutions of research in mulberry and non-mulberry silkworms, host-plants, post-cocoon technology, silk processing, promotion, bio-technology, sericulture management & economies, etc.

Presentation of a large number of scientific papers, apart from several poster presentations is expected to lead up to the formation and dissemination of current and new scientific and adaptive knowledge in the field of sericulture and silk, including honing up the base-line skills as well as core competencies of the participants.

In effect, the proceedings of this International Congress would bring together in a single, free, open, equitable access-resource, the collective knowledge of the international sericulture and silk community, which can be translated into strategic tools for the advancement of sectors.

Sericulture and silk industry has been considered as an ideal rural avocation for employment generation and poverty alleviation, significantly contributing to inclusive development of economies. Keeping this factor in mind, ISC Governing Body has adopted the theme - "Silk for Inclusive Growth". (AR)

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