Call For Papers: Webinar on Impact of COVID-19 by Netaji Subhas Open University, Kolkata [Aug 12]: Submit by July 15

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Netaji Subhas Open University is the premier State Open University in India. The year 1997 was the birth centenary year of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. The Chief Minister of West Bengal made an announcement at a State function that an Open University would be set up soon and dedicated to Netaji’s hallowed memory.

About the webinar

All the sectors including the educational one are in big trouble so far as their continuity in normal activities is concerned. Lock-down definitely slows down the spread of infection of novel corona virus but it has badly affected the entire economy, particularly the
educational systems worldwide, leading to near-total closures of schools, colleges and universities.

This closure of the educational sector has shed light on various social and economic issues, including student debt, digital learning, food insecurity and homelessness. In this backdrop, the School of Professional Studies is going to organize one-day National Webinar on “COVID-19: Impact on Society, Education and Economy” to deliberate on the most important issue of the present day crisis.

Original Papers/articles are invited for presentation during the webinar. Selected papers may be published in the NSOU OPEN JOURNAL (ISSN-2581-5415) after blind review.

Topics

  • Impact on Indian Education Sector.
  • Impact on Tourism Sector.
  • Unemployment problem due to Pandemic.
  • Impact on Indian economy.
  • Impact on Rural economy.
  • Impact of Trade.
  • Effectiveness of financial packages announced by Govt.
  • Impact on migrant workers in India.
  • Work from home conflict as a symptom of inequality between men and women.
  • Importance of digital platform in the present scenario.
  • Role of NGOs/ VOs in providing relief to the distress/ marginalized people.

Important dates

Last date of submission of abstract: July 15 2020
Intimation of acceptance: July 20 2020
Last date for full paper: July 30 2020
Last date of registration: July 30 2020
Date of event: August 12 2020

Eligibility

Faculty, Researchers, PG Students and other Professionals can register.

Registration

To register, click here.

Submission

  • Papers are required to be sent through mail in soft copy only to [email protected]
  • Length of the paper should not exceed 3000 words including abstract (in 300 words) and five keywords. Paper will be selected after proper review.
  • Paper should be neatly typed in English on MS Word, Times New Roman, Font size – 12.
  • For Reference/Bibliography, authors are requested to follow APA style (7th Edition).
  • The Papers/Articles should be the original work of the author and a certificate of self declaration to be submitted along with paper confirming originality.
  • Details of each author like full name, designation, name of institutions, Phone No., E-mail ID, etc. should be clearly mentioned in the front page of the paper.

Perks

E-Certificate will be provided to all participants.

Contact

  • Mrs. Priyanthi Bagchi
    Asst. Professor of Economics
    School of Professional Studies, NSOU
    E-mail: [email protected]
  • Sri Monojit Garai
    Asst. Professor of Social Work
    School of Professional Studies, NSOU
    E-mail: [email protected]

For full information and brochure, click here.


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