Abstract Submission

All honorable authors/writers are invited to submit an abstract for the conference theme and topics. Prospective researchers are strongly encouraged to submit an abstract that might be selected for presentation.

All the authors are requested to submit their abstract through EasyChair. Please click here to submit the abstract.

**** While submitting the abstract to EasyChair please remove details of your name,designation, institution from the text of the Abstract. Any mention of this will lead to disqualification.

Abstract submission will be closed on date (3rd June, 2018). When submitting your abstract, please follow the guidelines below to what your abstract should include:

  • Full title with subtitle, if any. Times New Roman font, size 14, bold.
  • Name and institutional affiliation of the author(s) along with designations.
  • An abstract of the article of about 300 words along with 4-5 Keywords.
  • Text should be Times New Roman font, size 12.

NOTE:

  • If an author would like to submit more than one abstract, he/she should send all abstracts from the same account. The same abstract cannot be submitted to more than one conference.
  • Abstracts cannot contain more than 300 words.
  • Authors are requested to strictly follow the MLA 8th Edition style while preparing the articles.
  • Plagiarized articles will be rejected, and may stand to be investigated.

 

All honourable authors/writers are invited to submit an abstract for the conference themes and topics. Prospective researchers are strongly encouraged to submit an abstract that might be selected for oral or e-poster presentation. Please click here to submit the abstract. Abstract submission will be closed on date ( To be announced ). When submitting your abstract, please follow the guidelines below to what your abstract should include:

  • An introductory statement that outlines the background and significance of the study.
  • A succinct description of the basic methodologies.
  • A clear indication of the major findings of the study.
  • A concluding statement.

What do I need to know before I start my submission?

  • If an author would like to submit more than one abstract, he/she should send all abstracts from the same account. The same abstract cannot be submitted to more than one conference.
  • Abstracts cannot contain more than 500 words.
  • Abstracts can be submitted for either oral or e-poster presentation.
  • Please note that some requests for talks may need to be moved to e-poster presentations.

The submission process is online from the same profile you create for registration at .
When ready, you should open your document so you can cut and paste it into the online system. Please do work from .pdf files. The steps are straight forward and the abstract builds online as you paste in so you can check it is as you wish. Main information about abstract format is:
‘Abstract’-Times New Roman BOLD, ITALIC, 10 pt.

Abstract Text:

  • Text should be written Times New Roman 9 pts.
  • Add about four keywords or phrases in alphabetical order, separated by commas.
  • Paragraph – Line Spacing- Single

 

You can download the abstract template and also you can find the instructions at abstract.

Please pay attention to these details:

  • Titles should be capitalized with care: connectives (e.g. of, in, from etc.) are not capitalized. And for some papers concerning any kind of bacteria, animals, plants or other kinds of organisms, the Latin names are used. In that case, as Latin names have two words, first one MUST be capitalized and the second one MUST NOT be capitalized (f.e.Esherichia coli).
  • Authors’ titles (such as Prof., M. D. etc.) will not be used in this part, only the name alone. There should be a comma between each author and if only the capital letter of the first name of an author is given then place a dot and a space after the capitalized letter. There is no ‘and’ in between, only commas.
  • Examples: Richard Williams, John H. Smith, Jr.,Jessica B. Brown, Kim H. Wei, AdjoaGiwa
  • Do not make these common mistakes : Dr. Richard Williams, and MOHAMMAD AZIZ HAMED & James f. o’neal
  • If the names are written like Author, F. A., Author, S. B., kindly change as F. A. Author, S. B. Author
  • Except for specific terms, abbreviations, and terminology, there is no capitalization for the keywords except the first one. There should at least be four keywords and they should be separated only by commas. There should only be one dot in the end. Check the spacing (e.g. Keyword1, keyword2, keyword3.
  • Do not make these common mistakes: keyword1, keyword2, Keyword3).
  • Abstract, as well as the paper, MUST NOT be written in the first person.
  • Please do not give any references in the abstract as this is the commonly accepted methodology of academic writing.
  • Please double-check if there are any grammatical mistakes.

 

The benefits of this system are many but include:

  • Allowing you to preview your abstract and make modifications to your satisfaction
  • Ensuring accurate indexing of all authors in the abstracts/proceedings book.
  • Ensuring consistent presentation of all abstracts in the proceedings (overarching formatting is imposed).
ICELTS Poster Guidelines 2018
A conference poster is a piece of wall-mounted visual that can communicate your research at a conference, and is generally composed of a title, an introduction to your research, an overview of your approach, your findings (ideally in graphical form), insightful discussion of the findings, significance of the findings and implications. This is only a general guideline and you can use individual creativity to design your posters in a manner that best suits your research.
Do not try to cover too many things in the poster. Present enough data to support your conclusions.
Size:  Dimensions for posters should be more 24×36 inches and the format should be in Portrait Mode
The conference organisers will provide you an assigned board to display your poster. Presenters are responsible for mounting and removing your posters. The display schedule will be made available with the rest of the conference schedule
Best practices:
• Text should be readable from 3-6 feet away
• Using upper and lower case is preferable to using upper case only. The shapes of words are more readily recognized in lower         case. 
• Use a Times New Roman font and put title and headings in bold
• The best type size for the title is between 90 and 200 point
• Headings should be 36-54 point
• Body text should be 24-36 point
LIST OF TOPICS (NOT RESTRICTED TO):
Applied Linguistics and Language Education
Languages Corpora and ELT
Computer Assisted Language Teaching
Approaches and Methods in English Education
Culture and Literature in English Education
Early English Education
English for Academic Purposes
English for Specific Purposes
English Language Curriculum and Teaching Materials
Intercultural Communication
Language and Peace Education
Language Learning and Acquisition
Language Policy
Language Testing and Evaluation
Life-long Language Learning
Distance Language Education
Multimedia and ICT in English Education
Teacher Training and Education
Translation Studies & Language Teaching
English as a language for Corporate Communication
Final Tips
• Proofread your poster at least twice, and have someone else proofread it for you, too.
• Use a consistent font style and size large enough to read from several feet away.
• Use white space and an uncluttered design to emphasize the subject matter.
• Employ a straightforward organization or flow.
• Avoid patterned or multi-colored backgrounds.

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

REGISTRATION

       1.  My paper has been accepted for presentation. My coauthor and I will be attending the conference. Do we both have to register or only one of us can register?
One of you can register as an author and the rest has to register with Rs 2000. All the authors will be receiving food, registration kit, and certificates.

 

       2. What does the “registration fee” include?
The registration fee includes 3 day lunch, breakfast, 1 Banquet Dinner, Bag, Registration Kit.

   

       3.  I have a full-time employment and I am also currently pursuing my Ph. D. Can I register as a student?
No. It is only for those who are full-time students and do not have a full-time employment.

 

  1. Will the registration fee cover all the meals?
    It will cover 3 day lunch and breakfast and 1 Banquet Dinner.

  

      5. My wife (or husband or significant other) will accompany me. She/he is not interested in attending the conference, but will join for other functions such as welcome dinner, lunches, etc. Can I bring her/him?
Sure… but be certain that you register her/him as your guest and pay the applicable Listener’s/Accompanying person’s Registration fee.

 

  1. I am presenting two papers. Do I have to register twice and pay two times?
    Relax! Registration fee is per person. So you pay only once.

 

  1. I have registered and my coauthor did not register. Will my coauthor get the certificate?

Sorry! Your coauthor will not get the certificate unless he/she register as a Listener’s/Accompanying person’s Registration fee

 

PRESENTATION IN ABSENTIA

 

      1.  I cannot present my paper in person but would like to present in absentia. What does in-absentia mean, and how do I do it?


In absentia, presentation means that the abstract of your paper will be included in the Programme schedule and your full paper will be included in the conference             proceedings (if received by the deadline). You will still need to register, and assign an orator or else we can assign.

   

 

     2. I have submitted my paper for “in absentia” presentation and paid the applicable registration fee. Can I get an certificate?


We will mail you the certificate (upon request) showing that your paper was presented “in absentia.”

Important Dates

CONFERENCE DATES :

 26th, 27th, 28th July 2018


REGISTRATION DETAILS :

Last Date for Registration :  7th July, 2018

Registration after 7th July : Rs. 500 extra


PAPER SUBMISSION DETAILS :

LAST DATE FOR ABSTRACT WITH FULL PAPER SUBMISSION  :7th July 2018

Notification of acceptance of Full paper : 10th July 2018