Call for Papers

  • eINDIA 2012 Abstract Submission Form has been closed

    With the aim of enriching global efforts at inclusive education,governance and healthcare for all, the organizers of eINDIA 2012 seek detailed abstracts/ proposal(s) in the following themes:


    eGov:

    • The Shrinking Digital Divide – Determinants and Technological Opportunities
    • e-Readiness and Citizens’ Participation: Towards e-Inclusion Models
    • e-Environment: Effective Energy & Green technologies
    • m-Governance: Mobile technologies for responsive government & connected societies
    • ICT Infrastructure, Data Centers and Applications
    • Social Networking Media and Government-Citizen Relations
    • Public Safety, Security & Disaster Management
    • Transforming Government Through e-participaton: Challenges for e-Democracy
    • Governments Moving to the Cloud: Requirement Considerations
    • Smart Cities: Innovative Governance Models and Trends
    • Open Data: Policies, Impediments and Challenges
    • Food Security with technology
    • Citizen Centric Service Delivery
    • ICTs in Financial Inclusion and Taxation
    • Secure Biometrics Systems
    • e-Democracy: Critical success factors of e-Voting implementation
    • Opportunities and limits of e-Government at local level
    • Innovative use of ICTs by Public Sector Units


    Education:

    • Comprehensive and Continuous Evaluation in Schools : The Current Trends
    • National Knowledge Network : Potential Impact on the Education Sector
    • Sarva Shiksha Abhiyaan: Learning from Best Practices Across Different States in India
    • School Education and Public Private Partnerships: How to balance profiteering with social development
    • Low Cost Technology Solutions for Education and Its Usage
    • Mandatory Accreditation of Schools and College
    • Collaborative Teaching Learning Practices in Education
    • How to Evolve a Better Institutional and Regulatory Framework in Education
    • Governance in Education: Integrating IT for Efficiency in Administration
    • Balancing Quality and Pricing Aspects in Education
    • Improving Goss Enrollment Ratio in Higher Education : Attaining the National Targets
    • Infusing IT into Appropriate Areas of Quality Teaching and Learning
    • Encouraging unreached population for vocational education through PPP
    • Soft Skills Training in Education
    • National Skill Development Mission: Achieving National Mission for Skills Training
    • Mobile Technology for Learning and Exchanging Information
    • Open and Distance Learning: Is it a panacea for education outreach
    • Early Childhood Education: Role of Structured vs Informal Learning Environments
    • Inclusive Education for the Differently Abled : Policies and Best Practices
    • Teacher Training Models in Education
    • STEM Education: How to Inculcate Scientific Thinking Among Students
    • Community Colleges: An Alternative Model to Higher Education and Skill Development


    eHEALTH:

    • Transforming public healthcare through technology
    • Benefits of an electronic medical record system
    • Hospital Information Systems – Implementation and Challenges
    • IT in modern healthcare organisations
    • Achieving clinical excellence and business efficiency in healthcare organisations through technology
    • Strengthening Health Systems
    • Technology for Emergency Management & Healthcare Delivery
    • Opportunities & Best Practices in eHealth Adoption
    • Radiology Information Systems and Picture Archiving and Communication Systems – Transforming Radiology
    • Telemedicine
    • Diagnostics and point-of-care diagnostics
    • Role of standards and best practices in patient safety and quality healthcare
    • Opportunities for the Pharma/OTC industry in the next 3 years
    • Disease Management
    • How can the healthcare insurance industry drive the change
    • Challenges for the hospital sector and how to address them
    • The emergence of PPPs in healthcare
    • How will tablets/smart phones change the day to day practice?
    • Technology-Driven Healthcare
    • Investments in Healthcare
    • Mobile Healthcare (mHealth) – Becoming the next big thing in healthcare for emerging markets

     

    Selected papers will be invited to make a presentation at the eINDIA2012 platform. Opportunities will also be provided for poster presentation.

    Abstracts/papers should be sent through online submission form available at Abstract Submission Form

     

    For queries, contact:

    sheena@elets.in Mob: +91-8860651644 (Education)

    manjushree@elets.in Mob: +91-9910998064 (eGov)

    divya@elets.in Mob: +91-8860651643 (eHealth)

    Abstracts should be submitted in no longer than 1000 words.


    Important Dates:

    • Last date for Abstract Submission: 15th September 2012
    • Notification of Acceptance of Abstracts: 25th September 2012
    • Last date for Full Paper Submission: 15th October 2012
    • Notification of Acceptance of Papers: 30th October 2012


    Guidelines for submission

    • Word limit for the abstract- 1000 words
    • Word limit for full paper- 3000 words
    • File format- Word Document or PDF
    • Font style- Arial or Times New Roman in a single column format
    • Font size- 12 for paper
    • Font size- 14 for title and authors
    • Line spacing- 1.5

    Authors Bio and Image Authors are requested to submit a brief bio (describing their areas of interest and their present work areas) of about 100 words along with the abstract and an image (high resolution preferably 300 dpi) of the author/s.

    For consideration of your abstract, please furnish the following details along with the abstract:
    Name, mailing address, phone, and e-mail of the first author;
    Names and affiliations of the co-authors;
    Complete contact information of the corresponding author if other than the first author;
    Assignment of abstract category based on the topics that are provided.


    Figures and Tables 

    Figures, tables and images should follow the references. Please make sure that every table or figure is referred to in the text. The table or figure will be placed after the first mention in the text. Legends should be short, descriptive and define any acronyms, abbreviations or symbols used.
    Authors are requested to provide full color high-resolution images (preferably 300 dpi, jpeg image). The images should also be attached separately with the papers and properly referenced with the text.


    References 

    References to published works must be cited in text according to the author/date system and listed alphabetically as a separate appendix titled ‘References’ at the end of the manuscript.
    The paper should state clearly the objectives and context, describe the methodology used, and summarise key findings.
    Endnotes and footnotes should be kept to an absolute minimum. Substantive comments should be integrated within the text rather than placed in a note.

 

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