Early Bird Registrations Closes On 31st Dec 2022. Register Now To Get The Early Bird Benefit


Dear Friends,
It gives me great pleasure to invite you for FIAGES and EFIAGES fellowship course at Aurangabad on 24th, 25th & 26 February 2023.

FIAGES is Flagship of Training Courses conducted by IAGES (Indian Association of Gastrointestinal Endosurgeons) FIAGES is the fellowship course for practicing laparoscopic surgeon awarded after structured training course and examination by IAGES, the most prestigious and largest organization of minimal access surgeons in India.

EFIAGES has been recently introduced structured fellowship course in endoscopy surgeons interested and performing endoscopies in their practice are eligible for this course. Though recently introduced this E FIAGES Course has been very popular and taken up by many surgeons practicing endoscopies. We are conducting both FIAGES and EFIAGES Course at Aurangabad on 24th, 25th & 26th Feb 2023.

Aurangabad is internationally famous tourist place especially for Ajanta and Ellora Caves.

Whether in February is excellent Aurangabad is also well connected by air to Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad and many routes are likely to open up. It has good connectivity by road and rail.

You are cordially invited and participate in these courses. Do register early and avail early bird registration benefit.

Thanking you
Dr. Vijay Borgaonkar
Organizing Chairman
FIAGES/EFIAGES Auranagbad 2023


Places to Visit

Historical Places

Another architectural brilliance of a bygone era, Ellora Caves is also among the not to miss places to visit near Aurangabad. Located around 29 km from the city center, this chain of caves were built by the Rashtrakuta dynasty of the Buddhist clan and Yadav group of the Jains.

Tourist Places

One of the most commanding and undefeatable forts in the entire country, Daulatabad Fort in Daulatabad; or Devagiri as it was known earlier, is among the must-visit places near Aurangabad. Around 11 km north-west of Aurangabad, this glorious fortress stands strong on a conical hill that stands around 200 m above the sea level.