Our conference aims at exploring the multifaceted dynamics with a focus on the complementary nature of language and literature and its centrality in human life. This time we are inviting papers that examine Culture and Literature in English Education, English for Academic Purposes, English for Specific Purpose, Intercultural Communication, Translation Studies & Language Teaching etc. All authors are encouraged and requested to contribute to and help shape the conference through submissions of their research works. High quality research contributions describing original results of conceptual, constructive, empirical, experimental or theoretical work in any area of English Language Teaching are cordially invited for presentation at the conference. The conference solicits contributions of papers and posters that addresses the theme and topics of the conference. Selected papers will be published in our journal IJELTS


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  • Crossing Borders and Bridging Gaps in English Language Teaching and
  • Decentering English through bilingual/multili ngual creative process
  • Transcending Race, Class and Cultural Differences to Promote Academic Engagement and Achievement
  • Integrating Global Issues in the English Language Classroom
  • Alliance building through English Teaching-Learning
  • Promoting Inter-Cultural Communication with Task-based Language
  • Perceptions of Individuals and Communities of the Role and Benefits of
  • Migration, Immigration and Indian Diaspora
  • Linguistic justice and English as a “Lingua Franca” to various nations
  • The Role of ‘Local Englishes’ and their use alongside Global Standard
  • Literary Classics Revisited through “translation”
  • Global Voices in Literature
  • Narrative techniques and Story-telling through “translanguaging”
  • Gender and Identity in English Language and Literature
  • Digital Literacy and Al Enabled Language Learning
  • Postcolonial Language Revolution and Discourse
  • Language and Social Change through “code switching” & ” code mixing”
  • Language Evolution and Linguistic Creativity
  • Role of Texts and Narratives in Building Global Competence
  • Cross Cultural Communication to promote global integration

For detailed submission and presentation guidelines click here or download the call for papers here

Important Dates

9th - 11th February, 2024

Conference Dates

31th January, 2024

Abstract Submission Deadline

31th January, 2024

Last Date of Camera Ready Paper Submission

31st January, 2024

Last Date of Registration


Top Papers

Awards for Top Papers

Certificate of Participation

Certificate of Appreciation (Session Chairs)

Certificate of Recognition for the Top Outstanding Papers

ISSN: – Online: 2638 – 5546

ISSN: – Print Version: 2639 – 7412

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