Welcome to ANEICON 2023

Welcome to the 36th Annual Conference of the Association of Neuroscientists of Eastern India (ANEICON 2023) Last date of Registration for ANEICON is 26th of oct 2023.



Dear Colleagues,

It is our great pleasure to invite you to the upcoming 36th Annual conference of Association of Neuroscientists of Eastern india which will be held on November 3rd, 4th and 5th 2023 at International Trade Centre, Agartala.

The ANEICON 2023 is an annual gathering of leading experts, researchers, and professionals in the field of neuroscience from North East India. This event provides a platform for sharing the latest advancements, discussing cutting-edge research, and fostering collaborations within the scientific community.

As an esteemed colleague and respected neuroscientist, your presence at this conference would greatly enrich the discussions and contribute to the overall success of the event. We believe that your expertise and insights would be invaluable to the scientific community.

The conference agenda includes keynote speeches by renowned neuroscientists, interactive panel discussions, and a wide range of presentations covering diverse topics with in the field.Additionally, there will be ample opportunities for networking and establishing connections with fellow professionals.

We kindly request you to consider presenting your research or sharing your expertise by delivering a talk during the conference. Your contribution would not only showcase your work but also inspire fellow researchers and promote scientific collaboration.

Thank you for considering this invitation, and we genuinely hope that you will be able to join us at the ANEICON 2023. Your participation will undoubtedly contribute to advancing our understanding of the brain and its complexities.

If you have any questions or require further information, please do not hesitate to reach out to us at We will be more than happy to assist you.

Looking forward to welcoming you to the ANEICON 2023 and experiencing an enriching scientific exchange together.


Organizing Committee

DATE of Venue

  1. DAY 1 - Friday, 3rd November, 2023
  2. DAY 2 - Saturday, 4th November, 2023
  3. DAY 3 - Sunday, 5th November, 2023
Category Early Brid till 30th Sep 2023 Till 31st October 2023 After 31st October & Spot
Delegates ₹ 3000.00 ₹ 4000.00 ₹ 5000.00
PG Students ₹ 1500.00 ₹ 2000.00 ₹ 2500.00
Accompanying Person ₹ 2000.00 ₹ 2000.00 ₹ 2000.00
UG students and neuronurses ₹ 0.00 ₹ 0.00 ₹ 0.00
Paramedics ₹ 0.00 ₹ 0.00 ₹ 0.00

Our Organizing Commitee

Dr. Sisir Das

Organizing Secretary

Dr. Siddareddy ankireddypalli

Joint Organizing Secretary

Dr. Abirlal Nath


Dr. Dr. Navanil Barua


Dr. Kaushik Sil



The Association of Neuroscientists of Eastern India (ANEI) invites original submissions for consideration of awards for scientific presentation during its 35th Annual conference (ANEICON 2022) to be held at Kolkata from 25th to 27th November 2022.

Papers can be submitted under various categories, as detailed hereunder:

  1. Dr. BC Roy Gold Medal Award
  2. Free Paper Presentation


  1. Single/First Author can only submit one abstract alone.
  2. First and Co-Authors can jointly submit more than one abstract, no restrictions.

Tripura Sunduri

Tripura Sundari Temple is a Hindu temple of the Goddess Tripura Sundari, better known locally as Devi Tripureshwari. The temple is situated in the ancient city of Udaipur, about 55 km from Agartala, Tripura and can be reached by train and road from Agartala. It is believed to be one of the holiest Hindu shrines in this part of the country and witnesses the highest number of visitors for a temple in North-East India, after Kamakhya Temple in Assam. The state of Tripura is named after this temple. Popularly known as Matabari, the shrine is set upon a small hillock that resembles the hump of a tortoise (Kurma). This shape called Kurmapṛṣṭhākṛti is considered the holiest possible site for a Shakti temple, hence also bestowing the name of Kurma Pīṭha. The Goddess is served by traditional Brahmin priests.

Ujayanta Place

The Ujjayanta Palace also known as Nuyungma,is the former royal palace of Tripura kingdom built by Maharaja Radha Kishore Manikya in 1901 and the name was given by Rabindranath Tagore.It housed the State Legislative Assembly up to 2011. At present, it is the State Museum of Tripura, which is located in the capital Agartala.

The palace was constructed between 1899 and 1901 by Maharaja Radha Kishore Manikya Debbarmas and stands on the banks of two lakes surrounded by gardens inspired by the European style. It was the home of the ruling Manikya dynasty until Tripura's merger into India in October 1949. The palace was purchased from the royal family by the Government of Tripura in 1972–73 for Rs. 2.5 million, and used to house the State Legislative Assembly until July 2011. Ujjayanta Palace is now a State Museum and it primarily showcases the lifestyle, arts, culture, tradition and utility crafts of communities residing in northeast India, along with a lot of stone sculptures, coinage of the Manikya dynasty and some other artifacts.

Dumboor Lake

Dumboor Lake is a charming water body located in Gandacherra Sub Division 120 Km. away from Agartala. The look of the lake is like tabour shaped small drum, “Dumboor” of Lord Shiva from which the name “Dumboor” originates. A massive and breathtaking water body of 41 sq.km. with an unending spell of luxuriant green vegetation all around stands majestic for her exceedingly charming beauty and 48 islands in the midst of the lake. Migratory birds and water sports facilities are additional attractions. There is a Hydel Project near the lake from where River Gomati originates and this is called Tirthamukh where on 14th January every year famous ‘Pous Sankranti Mela’ takes place. The lake is the confluence of rivers Raima and Sarma. Various species of migratory birds are visible in the winter and it has rich reservoir of natural and cultured fishes. In one of a kind the island “Narkel Kunja” has been developed.


Chabimura also known as Chakwrakma or Chakrakma is famous for its panels of rock carving on steep mountain wall on the bank of Gomati river in Indian state Tripura. There are huge carved images of Shiva, Vishnu, Kartika, Mahisasura Mardini Durga and other Gods and Goddesses.

It is situated on the bank of Gomati river at Haakwchak or Haakchak, Amarpur subdivision under Gomati district, 82 km away from main city and capital Agartala, Tripura, India, 30 km away from Udaipur and 7.5 km away from Amarpur.

The biggest idol of Maa Durga in rock carvings is about 20 feet high. The carvings images date back to 15-16th centuries. Beautiful images are curved with a lot of dexterity on the rocky faces of Devtamura which is steep at 90 degrees. The hill ranges are covered with thick jungles and one can reach this abode of gods only after trekking through these jungles.