NEWS : The registration for conference will start on Monday October 8 at 10:00 AM. Please visit our registration desk at Pak-China Friendship Center Islamabad. For Further information please contact us at     Technical Program     Accommodation details are available now.      " Full paper submission September 30, 2012     

Boarding / Travel

Combining a rich history, the confluence of many a civilization and temperate climate, Islamabad - the capital city of Pakistan, is one of the most beautiful cities in the South Asian region. Wide, tree-lined streets adorn the various sectors and zones of the city, making it accessible and spectacular. Islamabad is the fastest growing city in terms of education, fast developing economy, emerging sciences and an industrial hub of growing technologies. As this trend continues, the city is fast becoming truly metropolitan.


The organizing committee of VASSCAA-6 has arranged accommodation on subsidized rates for all participants desirous of availing our hospitality.

The details are as follows:

Guest House

 Category  Details  Rate (PKRs)/Night
 Executive  Single occupancy (Breakfast included) 2,000
 General  Single Occupancy (Breakfast included) 1,500
 Student  Double Occupancy 500
 Student  Tripple Occupancy 300


 Hotels  Details Rate (PKRs)/Night Rate (US $)/Night
 Hotel Holiday Inn, Islamabad  Single occupancy (Breakfast included) 8,000 100
 Hotel Best Western, Islamabad  Single Occupancy (Breakfast included) 8,000 100

Please contact us at for the reservation of accommodation.
The accommodation is limited, and will be served on first come first serve basis.

Worth Seeing

The capital city Islamabad (means the city of peace) established in 1960, with a population over 1.5 million is the hub of scientific and technological activities of Pakistan. Numerous universities, research institutes, art galleries and shopping centers are located around it. It boasts a terrain of hills, valleys and lush green forests and beautiful lakes. Places of worth visiting are Faisal Mosque, Shukkar Pariyan, Rawal Lake, picturesque Murree Hills and the ruins of Taxila.