Please submit an abstract of the paper in min.1,500 and max.2,500 words (excluding references).
Your abstract should cover the following aspects:
- Research Gap and Research Problem
- Objective of the Study
- Research methodology
- Findings of the Study
- Implications of the Study
- Incomplete submissions will not be sent out for review.
Formatting of abstract:
- The entire abstract submission (title page in Title Case, abstract, main text, figures, graphs, tables, references, etc.) must be in ONE document using one of the following formats:
- Portable Document Format (.pdf), Microsoft Word (.doc, .docx)
- Figures, graphs, tables, appendices, and references should follow the American Psychological Association (APA) Style Guide.
- Use Times New Roman 12-point font, double spaced, 1-inch (2.5 cm) margin all around, and 8.5” × 11” page setting. References maybe single spaced.
- To facilitate the blind review process, remove ALL author-identifying information, including acknowledgments, from the uploaded document. Self-references that give away the authors’ identity should also be avoided. If self-referencing is essential then it should be in third person.
NOTE: Abstract that do not follow the above instructions will NOT be reviewed.
Important Submission Notes and Code of Ethics
- If an abstract is accepted, at least one of the authors must register to attend the conference.
- At the time of submission, submitted abstract must not have been previously presented or scheduled for presentation at any other conference.
- Submitted abstract must not have been published or accepted for publication. If an abstract is under review, it must NOT appear in print before the conference.
- It is the duty of authors conducting research to design, implement, analyse, report, and present their findings rigorously. Research rigor includes careful design, execution, analysis, interpretation of results, and retention of data. Presentation of research should include treatment of the data that is honest and that reveals both strengths and weaknesses of findings.
- Authorship and credit should be shared in correct proportion to the various parties’ contributions. Whether published or not, ideas or concepts derived from others should be acknowledged, as should advice and assistance received. Authors should also guard against plagiarizing the work of others.
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