Welcome to the joint conference of 3rd World Conference on Comprehensive Critical Care (W4C) and Bronchopulmonary World Congress (BWC), which will take place in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India during 14-17 September 2023. It is our privilege and honour to welcome you on behalf of the organising committee.
The fundamental philosophy of the conference is "Learning with Pleasure". This yearly conference is the ideal platform for us to present to you an abundance of scientific oration, plenary sessions, lectures, symposiums and workshops. It offers a rare chance for top academics, knowledgeable physicians, and allied health professionals from India and outside to debate and consider the most recent developments in the field of critical care and pulmonary medicine.
The highlight of this top-notch scientific programme will be the participation of eminent international and national faculties, who will give you the chance to interact, discuss, and gain a deeper understanding of the most recent developments, contentious issues, and technological advancements in the field of critical care and bronchology. The thoughtfully designed pre-conference workshops would expose you to newer technologies, allow you the chance to learn new procedures, and provide you the chance to improve your clinical & procedural abilities.
We warmly invite you to this annual, massively spectacular conference in Jaipur, famously known as The Pink City.
Dr. Narendra Rungta
Dr. Ranvir Singh Tyagi
Dr. Lalit Singh
Dr. Mahendra Kumar Bainara
Dr. Diptimala Agarwal
Dr Rakesh Tyagi
Rich heritage of Jaipur warmly welcomes you!
One of Rajasthan’s most cherished cities surrounded by sand-stone forts and stunning palaces is Jaipur. This is a UNESCO World Heritage City famously known as the “Pink City of India.” The capital of the state of Rajasthan, Jaipur embraces its heritage and culture through its food, music, historical sites and hospitable locals. The things you can do and see here are beyond imagination. This conference visit to Jaipur offers opportunity to explore the centuries old structures like City Palace, Albert Hall Museum, Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal, Jaigarh Fort, Nahargarh Fort and Amber Fort, which have gone through the worst challenges and difficult times. Jaipur, founded in the year 1727 by Maharaja Sawai Jaisingh II was once a throne to the clan of rulers. The city of Jaipur is aesthetically stunning with picturesque and precise architecture of palaces and forts. It is artistically blessed where you get the pleasure of exploring the historic walled city that displays the states’ exceptional artisanship in bustling bazaars. The city has a nice blend of old and new, from exotic wares to tie-dye scarves, blue pottery to intricate jewellery design, and rich embroidered ethnic shoes. The city is an opulent destination filled with traditions, civilization, festivals, fairs, customs, cultures and monuments. It plays an important role and as a platform for various events like the much-anticipated Jaipur Literature Festival followed by Teej, Kite Festival, Elephant Festival and Diwali. Jaipur as a city today is a booming economy plus the country’s cultural center. It is home to dance and music of Jaipur gharana.
Located amid the sparse land alongside the eastern border of the expansive Thar Desert, Jaipur is a city full of history and pride. Situated at an average elevation of 1417 ft. the city is surrounded by the beautiful Aravalli hills. Ranthambore and Sariska Tiger Reserve, famous Sambhar Lake and exotic marble mines are very closely located around Jaipur. The two major rivers that flow through Jaipur are Sabi and Banganga.
The weather in Jaipur in September is warm with average temperatures ranging from a minimum of around 25°C (77°F) to a maximum of around 34°C (93°F). September is still part of the monsoon season in Jaipur, so there may be some occasional rainfall.
Jaipur covers a total of 11,143 sq. km area. It has a population of over 7 million.