International Conference on

The Growth of Biological Sciences in 21st Century

(2-4 March, 2023)




(2-4 March, 2023)

About the University

The host Institute, Punjabi University, was established in the year 1962 with the main objective of promoting the cause of Punjabi language, art and literature. It is located on the outskirts of Patiala, on Patiala-Rajpura road. Since its inception, the University has evolved into a multi-faceted and multi-faculty educational institution for the promotion of higher education and research based on multidisciplinary and interdiscilinary approach in Humanities, Arts, Sciences, Engineering Languages and Technology. Spread over 600 acres of land, with 70 Teaching and Research Departments/Chairs on its Campus, the university provides diverse, equitable and inclusive environment to the students. Punjabi University is the largest in Punjab with 27 Regional Centre/ Neighborhood Campuses/Constituent Colleges and 274 Colleges affiliated to it.

About the City

At an altitude of 250m (30.32 N 76.40 E), Patiala, the royal city of Punjab, is built around Qila Mubarak fort (the fortunate castle). The castle was constructed by the chieftain 'Baba Ala Singh', who founded the royal dynasty of the Patiala State in 1763. The city is famous for its traditional Patiala Shahi turban (a type of headgear), paranda (a tasselled tag for braiding hair), patiala salwar (a type of female trousers), jutti (a type of footwear), and Patiala peg (a measure of liquor).

The city is well connected to other major cities of India via road as well as by air. The nearest airports are Mohali International Airport (45Km) and Indira Gandhi International Airport (250Km). By car, it takes about 3 hours 40 minutes to reach Patiala from New Delhi. By train, the travelling time between New Delhi and Patiala is approximately 5 hours.

The climate of Patiala city is sub-tropical and the weather in the month of March is pleasant; the temperature range is expected to be 15-28℃.