12th MCNS 2022 - WARDHA


7th-8th & 9th April 2022

Sawangi(Meghe), Wardha(M.S)


Banquet At Tadoba

Last Date of Abstract Submission to 25th March 2022

About MCNS 2022 Wardha

Wardha was included in the empire of the Mauryas, Shungas, Satavahanas and Vakatakas. Pravarapura, modern Pavnar, was once the capital of the Vakataka dynasty. Vakatakas were contemporaries of the Imperial Guptas.the daughter of Chandragupta II (Vikramaditya), was married to the Vakataka ruler Rudrasena. The period of the Vakatakas was from the 2nd to the 5th century CE. The empire stretched from the Arabian Sea in the west to the Bay of Bengal in the east, and from the Narmada River in the north to the Krishna-Godavari delta in south. Raja Bakht Buland Shah of Gond Dynasty, Raghuji of Bhonsale were the prominent rulers in the Medieval period. In 1862 it was separated for convenient administrative purposes and Kawatha near Wardha has an adjacent city and both were major centers for the Indian Independence Movement, especially as the location for an annual meeting of the Indian National Congress in 1934, and Mahatma Gandhi’s Ashram.

Wardha was one of the pre-planned cities of British India. The town-planners were Sir Reginald Craddock and Sir Bachelor. In Craddock’s memory, his name was given to the district’s biggest school and an important road was named after Sir Bachelor in the British period. The Craddock School was renamed Mahatma Gandhi School.

The District Hospital was named King George Hospital, but was renamed later on. The stone in which the old name was carved was at main gate for more than century. It was hidden by a new name board reading District Hospital. There are many buildings of the British period in the city which include Z.P. old building, the Central Jail, the Church at Bajajwadi, the Christian cemetery etc. The owners of powale group and dhandre group belong to wardha.

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Dr. Keki Turel

MCNS President

Dr. Dattaprasanna Katikar

MCNS Secretary

Dr. Shyam Babhulkar

Organising President, MCNS 2022

Dr. Sandeep Iratwar

Organising Secretary, MCNS 2022

Chief Patron

Hon'ble Shri Dattaji Meghe

Chancellor DMIMS
(Deemed to be University)


Hon'ble Dr. Ved Mishra

Pro - Chancellor

Hon'ble Dr. Rajiv Borle

Vice - Chancellor

Hon'ble Shri Sagar Meghe


Hon'ble Dr. S Patel

Chief Co - Ordinator

Dr. Lalit Waghmare

Pro - Vice Chancellor

Dr. Babaji Ghewade

Registrar, DMIMS (DU)

Dr. Abhay Mude

Dean - JNMCE

Dr. Sandeep Shrivastava

CEO, Meghe Group of Hospital

Dr. Chandrashekar Mahakalkar


Mr. Abhyuday Meghe


Dr. Chandrashekar Deopujari

Mentor, Dept of Neurosurgery

Dr. H Deshpande

Senior Neurosurgeon

Dr. Milind Deogaonkar

Visiting Professor
Dept. of Neusurgery

Registration Slab
Delegate Registration (Early bird Registration) Up to 28th February 2022 Up to 31st March 2022   Spot Registration
Wardha+ Tadoba MCNS-Member INR 7000/- Non-Member INR 9000/- MCNS-Member INR 8000/- Non-Member INR 10000/- MCNS-Member INR 9000/- Non-Member INR 11000/-
Accompanying Person Wardha & Tadoba INR – 10000/- INR – 10000/- INR – 10000/-
Accompanying Person Wardha Only INR – 5000/- INR -5000/- INR – 5000/-
Accompanying Person Tadoba Only INR – 5000/- INR – 5000/- INR – 5000/-
PG Student INR – 5000/- INR – 5000/- INR – 5000/-
Jungle Safari 1 Pax – 1500/- Sharing Basis Jungle Safari 6 Pax – 7500/- Complete Gypsy Note: 1) Booking Will Be Subject To Availability
2) Prices Including GST 3) Workshop Is Free, But Registration Is Mandatory

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Places to Visit Around Wardha

Pench National Park
Bor Tiger Reserve
Khindsi Lake
Ramtek Temple
Pawnar Dam