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These Terms and Conditions (“Agreement”) shall govern the attendance of all delegates (“Participants”) to the GIC Conferences (“Events”).

The information within this site is intended for general participants and may not apply to some geographical areas. GIC will use reasonable endeavors to ensure that the contents of this site are accurate and up to date. However, GIC reserves the right to change information at any time.

    1. To be eligible to attend GIC Conference, Participants must be 18 or above at the time of registration.
    2. You must complete the online forms with full details as you will be attending the conference by completing the online registration.
    3. GIC will not be responsible for any action taken by the government or public authority of any kind including not granting consent or clearance of attendance.
    4. Delegates are responsible for ensuring their safety and security whilst spending time in the host city. GIC disclaims any liability for loss or damage to delegates or their property, including bodily injury, unless solely attributable to the gross negligence or willful misconduct of GIC.
    5. Delegates can only participate by adhering to the deadlines on registrations, as an individual delegates or as a delegation.

Registration Deadlines:

    • GIC’s registrations shall only be conducted through the official website of GIC (www.gicltda.com).
    • Upon registration, the delegates will have to fill in all the required information.
    • GIC registrants will have the option to choose from Non-Accommodation.

Delegates must write to GIC if they need a visa support document at info@gicltda.com.


    • Most visas are valid from 30 to 90 Days from the date of issuing.
    • All confirmed applicants who require Visa Support Letters, will be issued a Visa Support Letter from GIC within 14 Days of receiving such request.
    • Visa Support Letters strengthen your visa application to a great level, however, should never be considered as a guarantee of Visa Issuance.
    • It is the responsibility of the participants to secure a visa/entry to the destination country within an appropriate time, GIC will not issue any refunds as per mentioned in the refund policy to delegates who are unable to secure the aforementioned visa or entry in time.
    • GIC will provide maximum assistance to the delegates having problems securing a visa.  GIC, however, cannot interfere with the final decision of the issuing Embassy/Consulate.




Mode of Payments:

    • All payments shall only be done through our official website i.e. www.gicltda.com.
    • GIC will neither acknowledge nor be responsible for any payments done to any individual claiming to be GIC or an Official of GIC. 
    • Payments can be made through Credit/Debit Cards only.


Refund Policy:

    • All Payments are Non-Refundable. 
    • However, delegates who have paid their fee in full can transfer their Participation to another conference or destination or obtain a Credit Voucher for the paid amount as per the terms and conditions mentioned in “Credit Voucher & Transfer Policy”.



Credit Voucher & Transfer Policy

    • A credit voucher or a transfer to another destination/conference request under this policy can only be made in case the delegate satisfies the following conditions:-
      • The Participant has paid the Conference Fee in “Full“. 
      • The delegate has initiated a request for Credit Voucher or Transfer through an email with an ink-signed request 30 Days before the First day of the Event.
    • A Transfer can only be made to Conferences organized by GIC.
    • A Credit Voucher can only be used at Conferences organized by GIC.
    • In case, the delegate has only paid the First Installment of the Total Conference Fee, the Transfer or Credit Voucher Policy cannot be applied and 100% of the First Installment will be retained as a Cancellation Fee.
    • In case, the delegate fails to apply for transfer a minimum of 30 Days before the event the participant initially registered for, the delegate will be considered a “No-Show“.


Code of Conduct

    • Registrants hereby certify by completing the registration process that all information submitted is truthful and accurate. The registrant understands that falsification of any information provided will disqualify him or her from participating in GIC Conference and future GIC activities, and will result in legal actions against them.
    • Participants agree that all material produced for this conference will be original work. Plagiarism will not be tolerated at GIC and should the GIC Secretariat discover instances of plagiarism, the individual shall bear consequences.
    • Participants are expected and obliged to obey the laws of the host country while participating in GIC Conference. Participants will be personally responsible for all charges and damages incurred by them to facilities of the conference and social event venues.
    • Participants understand the full assumption of risk and acknowledge that GIC and its officials/partners do not assume any responsibility for the conduct and activities of the participants.
    • Participants agree to accept and abide by the Code of Conduct published in the Conference Handbook.
    • Participants agree to receive any consequence and shall be held liable if he/ she, intentionally or unintentionally use the name of GIC for any kind of act which badly affects the image of GIC, the conference as a whole, or any delegate of GIC.
GIC cannot be held responsible for any kind of misconduct or crime committed by the participants. Participants themselves will be held liable for their misconduct or crimes in light of Host Country Laws.