Global Conclave of Young Scholars of Indian Education

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The National University of Educational Planning and Administration (New Delhi) is organizing a Global Conclave of Young Scholars working on Indian Education on 27th – 29th January, 2011.

The main purpose of the Conclave is to offer a platform for young scholars working on any aspect of Indian education to come together, to share and to showcase their research.  It is found that while very large number of scholars in universities and research institutions in different countries are engaged in research on Indian education, there is no common forum in which Indian scholars and scholars of Indian education from outside can come together and engage in exchange of ideas.

The purpose of the Conclave would, therefore, be to give a unique opportunity for doctoral and post doctoral researchers and early career faculty to interact with their peer group from different parts of the world and share their research findings.

Call for Papers

Abstracts of 300 – 500 words along with contact information, designation, institutional affiliation, disciplinary background and one-page CV should be submitted by email to nuepa.conclave@nuepa.org and nuepa.conclave@gmail.com by 25th August 2010.  Full research papers of successful candidates to be submitted by 15th November 2010.  Strong preference will be given to candidates under 25 years of age.

These, and more details in the Global Conclave trifold leaflet and poster

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