Blue Flower

Topics and Scope of the Conference

Education Technology
Bringing Innovation as part of Education
Education Accreditation, Quality and Assessment   
Massive Open Online Courses       
Case Studies of teaching learning Process   
Computing Research for advancing Education Technology 
Education policies, strategies and opportunities in India 
Skilled India, Digital India, Educating Rural and  Remote India

Education Technology

Computer-Based Learning and Courseware Technologies
Educational Games and Simulations
Mobile Learning
Educational Laboratories
Digital Divide
Ethical Conundrum
Class Websites
Class Blogs and Wikis
Online Study Tools
Video On Demand
Virtual Experiments
Intelligent Tutoring and Mentoring
Infrastructure and Technology for Engineering Education
Infrastructure and Technology for K-12 Education
Cloud Based Learning
Web Based Learning
Attracting, Engaging and Retaining Human Talent
Laboratory Experiences: Remote and/or On-Site
Undergraduate Research Experiences

Bringing Innovation as part of Education

Innovation Camps
Innovation Rooms
Innovation Projects
Society Surveys for Innovation Needs
Innovation Models in Educations
Innovative Case Studies
Innovation Culture
How to evaluate Innovation in teaching learning process
Innovation History and Evolution
Innovation Process
Innovation for the society
Bumps in Innovation ladder

Education Accreditation, Quality and Assessment

Academic Staff/Faculty Development
Accreditation and Quality Assurance
Assessment and Evaluation
Teacher Empowerment
Issues and Concepts related to Integrated Programmes
Vision, Mission and Program Educational Objectives
Programme and Course Outcomes
Programme Curriculum
Students Performance in the Program
Faculty Contributions
Academic Support Units and Teaching Learning process
Educational Governance and Institutional Support
Active Learning
Online/E-Learning and Blended Learning
Alumni Surveys, Parent Surveys, Industry Surveys for improving Educational Programmes
Capstone Projects
Continuing Education and Lifelong Learning
Curriculum Design
Distance, Open and Flexible Education
Educational Policy, Leadership and Administration
Entrepreneurship Programs
Ethical and Social Justice Issues (e.g., Access, Equity)
Gender and Diversity
Generic Skills (e.g., Communications, Teamwork)
Industry Linkages and Partnerships
Instructional Design
Interdisciplinary Teaching Approaches
Introductory Engineering and Computing Courses
K-12 Initiatives and Partnerships
Laboratory Experiences (On-Campus and Remote)
Learning Analytics
Learning Management Systems
Learning Models
Marketing and Outreach for Engineering Programs
E-learning in the Workplace
Open Educational Resources
Research Training (Undergraduate and Graduate)
Service Learning
Technology Enhanced learning for students with special needs
Work-Based and Work-Integrated Education

Massive Open Online Courses

Effect on the higher Education
Evaluation and Credit Transfer
Certification and Placements
Recognition and Knowledge Transfer
Experimental Case Studies
Real Analysis of various MOOCs being offered
Business dimensions of MOOCs
Technology Required to Run MOOCs
Setup to deliver MOOCs
Education Paradigms: Developed and Developing World
Whether same solutions are applicable
How to customize the education solutions for local needs
How to integrate with local culture and needs
How to benchmark quality in perspective
Impact and Integration of Local Languages
Costing of Education Solutions differently
Timelines for convergence
Existing State of affairs and facts

Case Studies of teaching learning Process

Case Study of specific Subjects taught in a particular manner
Case studies of impact of lab assignments on learning outcomes
Case studies of specific evaluation methods used
Case studies of different mentoring methods employed
Case studies of special counselling policies
Case studies of new course schemes introduced
Case studies of inter-departmental subjects
Specific experience sharing by the instructors
Case studies of some Theoretical or practical courses
Case studies of tools used for teaching physically disabled students
Case studies of special measures for bright students and week students

Computing Research for advancing Education Technology

Graphics, simulations, computer-aided design
Computer integrated manufacture
Artificial intelligence and its applications including intelligent tutoring systems and computer assisted language learning
Hypertext and hypermedia
User interfaces to learning systems
Management of technological change on campus and in local education
Uses of advanced technology information systems, networks
Terrestrial and satellite transmissions and distributed processing
Virtual reality in an educational context
Cloud Computing For Education Delivery Services

Education policies, strategies and opportunities in India 

New Policy Directions for Education
To create new opportunities for Jobs
Innovative Ideas for smooth admissions and career selection
Public, Private, PPP Models
Any other Issues in this domain

Skilled India, Digital India, Educating Rural and  Remote India 

Skill Development Models
Skill Development Curriculum
Use of Localization in Digitization
Natural Language Processing Research for Promoting native languages
Affordable Technology to reach at remote places
Systems and Institutions to build Skilled and Digital India
E-Learning and E-Governance


 Registration Charges

Category Non-IEEE Members IEEE Members
Authors from India and SAARC Nations 12000 INR 9600 INR
Student Authors from India and SAARC Nations 8000 INR 6400 INR
Authors from Other Countries 200$ 160$
Student Authors from Other Countries 150$ 120$
Delegates from India 5000 INR 4000 INR
Poster Presentation 5000 INR 4000 INR
Workshop and Tutorials (Exclusive of Registration in respective Category)- For Single Event

1000 INR

or 20 $

1000 INR or 20$

 All Payment has to be Online Only. 

 Important Dates

Last Date to Submit the Paper Extended to 15 October 2014
Notification of Review Outcomes 15 November 2014
Submission of Camera Ready Papers 30 November 2014
Author Registration Deadline 30 November 2014
Conference Dates 19-20 December 2014

Author Instructions

Authors are requested to submit their file in the format specified in the IEEE Paper Template Prospective authors are invited to submit original technical papers for publication in the IEEE MITE 2014

Important IEEE Policy Announcement The IEEE reserves the right to exclude a paper from distribution after the conference (including its removal from IEEE Xplore) if the paper is not presented at the conference.

Papers are reviewed on the basis that they do not contain plagiarised material and have not been submitted to any other conference at the same time (double submission). These matters are taken very seriously and the IEEE Education society will take action against any author who engages in either practice. Follow these links to learn more:
IEEE Policy on Plagiarism
IEEE Policy on Double Submission

To be published in IEEE Xplore  Catalog Number 978-1-4799-6876-3 and Acquisition Letter dated 06 Aug 2014, an author of an accepted paper is required to register for the conference and present the paper at the conference. Non-refundable registration fees must be paid prior to the due date of registration. For authors with multiple accepted papers, one registration for each paper is required. Accepted and presented papers will be published in IEEE Xplore with Catalog Number 978-1-4799-6876-3 and Acquisition Letter dated 06 Aug 2014.

Paper Submission
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