Climate of Islamabad The climate of Islamabad has a humid subtropical climate with five seasons. September is the month of autumn with pleasant feel. Monsoon rains continues till the mid-week of September, after that monsoon completely withdraws from the city. Western disturbance cause showers or the little drizzle in this month. The highest temperature is 38.1 OC (100.6 OF) and lowest is 13 OC (55 OF), the maximum rains in this month is 279.1 millimeters (10.99 inch).
Entry into Pakistan Entry into Pakistan will require a valid passport of six months beyond the intended stay along with Visa. You should contact to your nearest Pakistan Embassy / Consulate to obtain the necessary documents. Travelling by air to Islamabad, you will arrive at the Benazir Bhutto International Airport. Courtesy pick and drop facilities to the conference venue will be provided by the conference secretariat.
Flight Information Protocol officer of conference secretariat will help you out for flight conformation.
Currency Pakistan has a decimal system of currency with base units as Rupee. Exchange rates with other currencies vary on daily basis. Currency exchange facilities are available at the airport, banks and hotels. As courtesy, protocol officer of conference secretariat will help you out in exchange of currencies. (the approx. exchange rate of USD is 1$ = PKR 105 ( as in Feb, 2016).
Electrical Power Throughout Pakistan, electrical supply is at 220 volts, 50 Hertz A.C. The connections for various appliances require a two-pin plug.
Life and Health Insurance Life and major health insurance shall be the responsibility of the participant or his/her organization/country. The organizers and sponsors will not bear any responsibility in this regard.