Call For Papers


Abstract Submission

The abstract should not exceed 300 words and should contain the following details:

  • Title
  • Author’s information
  • Affiliation and email address
  • Problem statement and objectives
  • Research methods
  • Significance
  • Expected findings
  • Keywords (not exceeding five terms)

Submit your abstract through this link (http://bit.ly/iclcsabstract) before or by 25th June 2018. Please be informed that you need to sign in with your Google account to access the form. Late submission of abstract will not be entertained.

Full Paper Submission

All submitted articles should report original, unpublished research results, experimental or theoretical. Articles submitted to the Conference should meet these criteria and must not be under consideration for publication elsewhere.

The full version of the paper must strictly follow these guidelines as follows:

  1. Length : 6,000 – 7,000 words
  2. Font : 12 Times New Roman 
  3. Written using APA 6th Edition formatting style
  4. A similarity score must be checked using plagiarism software and must not exceed 30%

Submit your full paper through this link (http://bit.ly/fullpapericlcs) before or by 7th September 2018. Please be informed that you need to sign in with your Google account to access the form. Late submission of full paper will not be entertained.

REMINDER: Please make sure that your abstract has been accepted by the Secretariat and you have received the notification of acceptance for your abstract before submitting your full paper.

Selected articles will be published in a scopus-indexed journal- Asiatic or Intellectual Discourse

(Please take note that the publication fee charged by these journals will be borne by the authors)

Guidelines for Poster Presentation

  1. Abstracts for poster presentations must be submitted as a Word document. The abstract should not exceed 300 words and must include the following details:
    • Title
    • Author’s information
    • Affiliation and email address
    • Problem statement and objectives
    • Research methods
    • Significance
    • Expected findings
    • Keywords (not exceeding five terms)
  2. Each poster should not be more that. 4 ft. x 4 ft. Printing of the posters is the responsibility of the presenters as the conference venue will not be providing this service for presenters.
  3. Presenters are encouraged to bring their own push pins/adhesive materials and they are responsible for putting up their own posters. Committee members will be available for assistance. Posters will remain on display for the duration of the conference.
  4. Each poster must use fonts larger than size 18 so that it can be read by at a distance of 4 to 5 ft. or more. Captions for illustrations and charts should be legible. Photographs should not be smaller than 5 x 7 inches and permission to use images must be obtained by the presenter. Poster contents should have an ordered arrangement, e.g. introduction, methodology, findings, and conclusion. Overcrowding charts and images should be avoided for ease of viewing.
  5. Presenters are required to be present at their poster during poster session. Presenters are also encouraged to bring extra handouts of their research and/ or distribute contact information/enquiry sheets should other delegates wish to know more about their research.