Abstracts in 250-300 words may be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org with a title page,
author conference track theme, abstract, and key words (4-6). It should clearly outline the main
research questions and their relevance to the Conference theme. Each registered author can
submit a maximum of two abstracts. Abstracts will be peer-reviewed and those selected will be
notified by 21 September, 2019.
Full-length papers in 4000-5000 words, typed in 12-point sized font (Times New Roman) with 1.5
line spacing, and references in Vancouver style. Authors should give an undertaking that the
paper being submitted has not been published in any journal or presented in any other
Conference/Seminar/Symposium or submitted for consideration of any award. Selected papers
shall be considered for publication in blind-reviewed journal of the college, Journal of Business
Thought or an Edited book. However, publication will be subjected to approval by the Editorial
There are three categories of participation, PhD Scholar, Graduate/Post-Graduate Student, and
Faculty. Best Paper Presentation Award will be given to a selected participant from each category.
The presenting authors of accepted abstracts are kindly asked to register and pay the conference
fee no later than 22 November, 2019. Authors who have not registered will not be allowed to
participate in the conference. Certificate of Participation in the Conference will be given solely to
the registered participant. The Registration Fee covers Conference participation, Conference kit
and meals during the Conference.
Guidelines for Presentation by Students
Full Length Paper Presentation:
- The paper should include Cover, Abstract, Introduction, Problem Statement,
Limitations, Literature Review, Methodology, Body of the paper, Conclusions,
- Papers should be in 4000-5000 words, typed in 12-point sized font in Times New
Roman and references in Vancouver style.
Case Study Presentation:
- Stay focused on the research problem you are investigating.
- Use paragraphs to separate each important point.
- Present your points in a logical order.
- Use present tense to report well accepted facts.
- Use past tense to describe specific results from your study.
- Include only those necessary for enhancing the understanding of the results.
- Order: Cover, Abstract, Introduction, Literature Review, Methodology, Results,
Discussions, Conclusions, Citing Sources
- Each poster session author will be provided with a 4' x 4' poster board area and
mounting pins. Ensure that the poster is A1 sized (23 x 33).
- Avoid overcrowding figures and cramming too many numbers into tables.
- • Legends and titles should accompany all figures, tables, photographs, etc. in order
to allow their immediate identification. Font size should be visible from at least 3
feet with Times New Roman font style.
- No commercial activities or any advertising may be displayed on the posters. Noncompliance with this rule will result in the poster being removed.
- The participants expected to present their work on the given topic and not on any
other subject matter. The images included should be colourful.
- The poster should include a title, significance, objectives, methodology, results &
outcome, conclusion & future scope and innovation & societal impact
Guidelines for Presentation by Faculty
(in addition to the Submission
Full Length Paper Presentation:
- The paper should include Cover, Abstract, Introduction, Problem Statement, Limitations,
Literature Review, Methodology, Body of the paper, Conclusions, Bibliography,
- The papers can also be submitted in Absentia in the form of a video