Q1. How is JWC different from other conferences?

  • JWC stands out from other conferences due to the unexampled ensemble of events under it, such as -Model united nations based on NCDs.
  • Workshops that are unique to our conference such as mental health, endocrinology, onco-pathology.
  • Workshops with hands on experience in cardiology and neurology and orthopaedics to help you gain knowledge that surpasses the undergraduate level.
  •  Keynote lectures by eminent speakers from World Stroke Organisation, Indian Council of Medical Research to name a few.

A line up of the most interesting set of academic events such as debates, photo assay and the grand finale medical quiz.

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy! But worry not! We also have some very exciting cultural events to keep you engaged.

Q2. Who are national delegates and international delegates?

National delegate: An individual who is pursuing an undergraduate degree in Medicine in any of the affiliated universities under the Medical council of India (Undergraduates and interns only).

International delegate : An individual who is pursuing an undergraduate degree in Medicine in Medical Schools outside India.

If I am an international delegate

a) What does the registration fee include?

Registration fee includes

  • Transport between venue and accommodation.
  • Accomodation
  • Delegate packs and utilities
  • Breakfast, Lunch and dinner for 4 days.
  • Key note lectures, academic, cultural events and two workshops (one from Cardiology or Endocrinology and one from Nephrology or Mental Health).

b) Would accommodation and food be provided?

Delegates will be provided with accommodation and food (breakfast, lunch and dinner) for all 4 days of the conference.

C) Would pick up and drop off facilities be available from airports? If yes, are there additional charges?

Transport to and fro from the following airports and stations is included in the registration fee-

  • Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi
  • Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport, Amritsar

d) What are the offline and online registration fee portals?

Registrations open for the super early category from 10th September, 2018.

For AMSA members – Contact your regional chairperson to register for JWC.

For Non AMSA members – Contact us at publicrelation@jwc2019cmc.com for registration details

e) Could I just register for the offline quiz competition or any other cultural event without attending the conference without paying the full amount?

The delegates must be registered with the Junior World Congress to be able to participate in the academic and cultural events.

If I am a national delegate

a) What does the registration fee include?

Registration fee includes :

  • Delegate packs and utilities
  • Academic events excluding Medical MUN and Nerd-o-pedia quiz (Medical MUN will be chargeable at Rs200 per person and Nerd-o-pedia quiz at Rs100 per person.)
  • Key note lectures and cultural events
  • Morning refreshments, lunch and evening snacks.

b) Would accommodation and food be provided?

National delegates can opt for accommodation in the hotels suggested near campus and food as included in the registration fee.

c) What are the offline and online registration fee portals?

Online registrations in the super early category open from 10th September, 2018. Click on the link –                 – to go to the registration page

Registration is also possible on the day of the conference at the registration desk, but it will be subject to the availability of seats.

d) Could I just register for the offline quiz competition or any other cultural event without attending the conference without paying the full amount?

The delegates must be registered with the Junior World Congress to be able to participate in the academic and cultural events.