Call For Papers

  • Selected papers will be notified for full paper submission by 30 April 2012.

    With the aim of enriching global efforts at inclusive education, the organizers of World Education Summit seek detailed abstracts/ proposal(s) in the following themes:

    School Education:

    • Creating Excellence in School Education: Fundamentals for Policy Makers, Practitioners and Educationists
    • Localized Learning in a Globalised Context: Capacity Building, Content and Training of Trainers
    • Universalisation of Primary Schooling:  Strategies for Achieving the Millennium Development Goals in Education
    • Project Based Learning in Schools: How to engage students meaningfully in classroom teaching patterns
    • Comprehensive and Continuous Evaluation in Schools : The Current Trends
    • National Knowledge Network: Potential Impact on the Education Sector
    • School Education and Public Private Partnerships: How to balance profiteering with social development
    • Low Cost Technology Solutions for Education and Its Usage
    • Creating a Regulatory and Accreditation Framework for Schools and College
    • Innovation in Education: Promoting Intensive Research for Collaborative Learning
    • Encouraging unreached population for vocational education through PPP
    • National Mission for Skills Training: Strategies for creating 500 million skilled populations by 2022
    • Mobile Technology as Medium for outreach and learning
    • Open and Distance Learning: Best Practices from Across the Globe
    • STEM Education: Ways to promote problem-solving and exploratory learning
    • Creating accessible education and skill development through Community College
    • Importance of Early Childhood Education on Learning Abilities of Students
    • Inclusive Education for the Differently Abled: Policies and Best Practices
    • Education for Sustainable Development
    • Globalization and Cross Border Education: Bridging the knowledge gap
    • Challenges in Planning, Managing, Deploying and Policy Development in e-Learning
    • Quality Assurance and Accreditation: Review of Education Programmes to Ensure Acceptable Standards of Education, Scholarship and Infrastructure
    • Capacity Building for Educators in an ICT Enabled Learning Environment
    • Pedagogy and Andragogy in ICT Mediated Classroom
    • Creating  Strategies for Addressing the  Employability Gap
    • Governance in Education: Integrating IT for Efficiency in Administration

    Higher Education:

    • Gross Enrollment Ratio: Perspectives from Across the World
    • Global Management Education: Emerging Scenario and The Way Forward
    • Innovative Models of Distance Education Delivery
    • Creating Global Classrooms through Collaboration with Foreign Universities
    • Tranformatory Practices in Engineering and Technical Education
    • Innovation Universities and Education Model to Fuel Intensive Research and Creativity
    • Education through Community Colleges: International Perspectives and Trends
    • International Practices in Assessment, Accreditation and Quality Standards in Higher Education
    • Cutting Edge Curriculum Modules for Collaborative Learning Across Universities
    • Rethinking Management Education: Creating a Roadmap to Meet Challenges  and Opportunities of the Future
    • Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Education: Elements to Drive Innovation and Discovery
    • Improving Gross Enrollment Ratio in Higher Education: Implications for Higher Education Institutes

    Skills and Vocational Education:

    • National Qualification Framework in TVET: Key Requirements for the Sector
    • Interface between Industry and Academia to Create Employable Skills
    • Community Colleges: The global experience in creating skilled work force
    • PPP in Vocational Education and Skills Training
    • Vocationalisation of Secondary School Education: Opportunities and Challenges
    • Sectoral Skills Councils: Strategies for Addressing the Employability Gap
    • Integrated Skills Development Scheme for Manpower Training in Apparel Industry
    • Skills Requirement in Automotive Sector: Tackling Manpower Crunch to Face Global Competition


    Selected papers will be invited to make a presentation at the World Education Summit 2012 platform. Opportunities will also be provided for poster presentation.

    For queries, contact: sheena@elets.inMob: +91-8860651644

    Abstracts should be submitted in no longer than 1000 words.

    Important Dates:

    Last date for online submission of Abstracts was 31 March 2012.

    Selected papers will be notified for full paper submission by 30 April 2012.

    Last date for full paper submission 15 May 2012.

    Selected papers will be notified by 30 May 2012.

    Guidelines for submission

    Word limit for the abstract- 1000 words

    Word limit for full paper- 3000 words

    File format- Word Document or PDF

    Font style- Arial or Times New Roman in a single column format

    Font size- 12 for paper

    Font size- 14 for title and authors

    Line spacing- 1.5

    Authors Bio and Image Authors are requested to submit a brief bio (describing their areas of interest and their present work areas) of about 100 words along with the abstract and an image (high resolution preferably 300 dpi) of the author/s.

    For consideration of your abstract, please furnish the following details along with the abstract:

    • Name, mailing address, phone, and e-mail of the first author;
    • Names and affiliations of the co-authors;
    • Complete contact information of the corresponding author if other than the first author;
    • Assignment of abstract category based on the topics that are provided.


    Figures and Tables

    Figures, tables and images should follow the references. Please make sure that every table or figure is referred to in the text. The table or figure will be placed after the first mention in the text. Legends should be short, descriptive and define any acronyms, abbreviations or symbols used.

    Authors are requested to provide full color high-resolution images (preferably 300 dpi, jpeg image). The images should also be attached separately with the papers and properly referenced with the text.


    References to published works must be cited in text according to the author/date system and listed alphabetically as a separate appendix titled ‘References’ at the end of the manuscript.

    The paper should state clearly the objectives and context, describe the methodology used, and summarize key findings.

    Endnotes and footnotes should be kept to an absolute minimum. Substantive comments should be integrated within the text rather than placed in a note.

    You may send soft copy of your abstract to, or

    For call for papers Enquiry Contact:

    Mansi Bansal,, 8860651639

     For Programme Enquiry Contact:

    Sheena Joseph,, 8860651644



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