Format for Submissions
In order to attract high quality papers for the conference, and to ensure that the review process has access to a sufficient level of details, submitting authors for all types of presentations are asked to provide an abstract and a full paper for peer review.
To maintain the high quality of papers presented at the conference, and to ensure that the review process has access to a sufficient level of detail to take an informed view, submitting authors for all types of presentations are asked to provide an abstract and a full paper for peer review.
Abstract: A 150 words summary of the proposal to be published in conference program should be submitted for peer review within the deadline
Full Paper: Authors of the accepted papers will then submit full text of the paper not exceeding 5000 words in APA style to be published in the conference proceedings online and also to be made available at conference on CD/flash.
The acceptance of abstract will remain provisional unless the full text paper is formally accepted. NO LATE SUBMISSION WILL BE ENTERTAINED.
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Proposals are invited for:
Individual Papers / Posters
Each paper accepted for an individual presentation will be allocated a minimum of 30 minutes for presentation and discussion.
Round table discussions
A group of presenters may plan to have a comprehensive debate on issue related to implementation/ improvement of inclusive education. Such discussion may include ‘work in progress ‘or on a conceivable future challenge. An appropriate place and chair will be arranged for each roundtable discussion
Scholars who are proceeding with their PhD research may share the progress of their research work in this colloquium for a wider discussion and feedback.
All proposals must be sent via email to conference secretariat at the following email: