Hybrid Mode (Online/Offline) Presentation can be made online or offline mode depending upon sitiation*.
* Since the ongoing pandemic situation not fully normalized so the dates for the conference are tentative and are liable to change depending on the situation. If so, it will be intimated to the participants well in advance at an appropriate time.
The first International Conference on Emerging Needs to Strengthen Global Public Health Policies and Sports Sciences is being organised by Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology, Sikkim, India from February 25 – 27, 2023 in a hybrid mode.
Sports and exercise science has become an important multidisciplinary section which finds its utility in almost all areas of health and social sciences. The rapidly changing face of technology and practices in sports and allied fields has further increased its importance and placed a great demand on its application to real-life situations and problems. The First “International Conference on the Emerging Need to Strengthen Global Public Health Policies and Sports Science" 2023 aims at the accumulation and exchange of innovative ideas, latest knowledge and unique experiences for the benefit of researchers, sports nutritionists, sports physiotherapists, etc. In the era of modern globalisation, the dimensions of sports, physical activities and health are decreasing, for which our priority is to find more and more opportunities for advancement in this field through sports and exercise science.
The proposed conference will make a sincere effort in the aforesaid direction to promote result-oriented approach in the defined areas. It will be an interface between professionals and academia to address key issues of progress in sports and exercise science and the challenges faced by sports professionals, researchers and academicians.
Sikkim is a landlocked hill station in the Himalayan terrain. The state borders Nepal to the East, China's Tibet Autonomous Region to the North and East, and Bhutan to the Southeast, while the state of West Bengal lies to the South. Sikkim was a British protectorate, before merging with the Indian Union following a referendum in 1975. With around 7,00,000 population as of 2021, it is the least populous state in the country. Sikkim is nonetheless geographically diverse due to its strategic location in the Himalayas; the climate ranges from subtropical to high alpine; and Kanchenjunga, the world's third-highest peak, is located on Sikkim's border with Nepal. It proves itself to be a tourism hotspot owing to its culture, natural scenery, hill beauty, and biodiversity.
Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology (SMIT) was established in 1997 as a constituent college of Sikkim Manipal University (SMU) and is approved by AICTE. SMIT had the distinction of prestigious accreditation by designated agencies. SMIT, SMU has a distinction of prestigious accreditation by NAAC (A+).
SMIT is located at Majhitar, near Rangpo, the border town of Sikkim with West Bengal. The institute’s location on the bank of river Teesta, surrounded by green hills, adds color and vibrancy to the campus, making it an ideal place for learning. It is safe and secure and provides an excellent academic environment. SMIT offers courses in Management, Engineering, and Basic and applied Sciences. Academic excellence is imparted by 200 plus full-time faculty members comprising an erudite mixture of Post Doctorates, Doctorates, and Post-Graduates. The research environment is dynamic and is supported through sponsored projects from different funding agencies in the country.
The firstInternational Conference on Emerging Need to Strengthen Global Public Health Policies & Sports Sciences -2023; welcomes research Papers/Articles/Documentary/Report (with Abstract) / Case Studies / Review Papers and related observation to the conference theme, including but not restricted to the under-mentioned areas:
The conference with the zeal of connecting professionals, faculty members, students, doctoral scholars and PG students from various academic and non-academic organisations around the globe.
All papers received (after being peer reviewed) for the First “International Conference on the Emerging Need to Strengthen Global Public Health Policies and Sports Sciences" 2023 will be accepted for conference presentation. Abstracts of the accepted/presented papers will be published with E-Proceeding or Hard copy proceeding with ISBN.
Professor Department of Kinesiology and Health Promotion, University of Kentucky.
Associate Professor Physical Education and Sport College of Education, Psychology and Social Work, Flinders University.
Professor & Chair Department of Social & Behavioral Health School of Public Health University of Nevada, Las Vegas 4700 S. Maryland Parkway, Suite #335 Las Vegas, NV 89119-3063.
IGIPESS, Delhi, Delhi University.
MBBS, MD, Community Medicine (JNMCH, AMU, Aligarh), MIAPSM, MIPHA
Professor, Sikkim Manipal College of Physiotherapy SMU Campus, Sikkim
Professor Department of General Medicine SMU Campus, Sikkim
Department of Physical Education Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi
Co-ordinator Behaviour Management, Psychology Courses, Quality Assurance & NEP 2020, Sikkim Manipal University, Sikkim
Associate Professor, Department of Physical Education Visva-bharati, Santiniketan
Professor & Head, Department of Physical Education Visva-bharati, Santiniketan
Dr. K Ramnarayan, Pro Chancellor, Sikkim Maipal University, Sikkim
Lt. Gen. (Dr.) Rajan S. Grewal, AVSM, VSM, Vice-Chancellor, Sikkim Manipal University, Sikkim, India.
Prof. (Dr.) G. L. Sharma, Director, Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology, Sikkim, India.
Prof. (Dr.) K.S. Sherpa, Registrar, Sikkim Manipal University, Sikkim, India
Prof. (Dr.) Sangeeta Jha, Associate Director (Academics), Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology, Sikkim, India
Prof. (Dr.) Kalpana Sharma, Associate Director (Research & Development, Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology, Sikkim, India
Prof. (Dr.) Anand Prakash Tiwary, Associate Director (Student Affairs), Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology, Sikkim, India
Dr. Rakesh Vishwakarma, Sr. Sports Officer, Sikkim Manipal University, Sikkim, India.
Dr. Awadhesh Kumar Shirotriya, Assistant Professor, Fiji National University, Fiji Islands.
Dr. Abhisek Saha Roy, Assistant Professor, Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology, Sikkim, India
Ms. Karishma Pathak, Sports Officer, Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology, Sikkim, India
Prof. (Dr.) Ajeya Jha, Professor, Department of Management Studies, Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology, Sikkim, India
Dr. Rina Poonia, Associate Professor (Senior Scale) Department of Physical Education at Faculty of Arts & Law, Manipal University Jaipur
Dr. Piyush Jain, Secretary, Physical Education Foundation of India
Dr. Ashwini Kumar, Department of Physical Education St. Bede's College, Shimla, (H.P)
Dr. Nikita Joshi Sonowal, Professor, Sikkim Manipal College of Physiotherapy, Sikkim, India
Dr. Vinay Pawar, Director of Physical Education & Sports Smt.H.R.Patel Arts Mahila College, Shirpur.
Dr. Om Prakash Mishra, Assistant Professor, Swarnim Gujarat Sports University, Gujrat
Dr. Kishore Mukhopadhyay, Associate professor, Union Christian Training College Berhampore
Dr. Dr.Jogiswar Goswami, Offg. Head / Professor, Amity School of Physical Education & Sports Sciences, Noida
Dr. Pratik Chettri, PT, Sikkim Manipal College of Physiotherapy, SMU, Sikkim
Dr. Santosh M Dandyagol Physical Education Director, SMYK Govt. First Grade College Telsang. TQ: Athani Dist: Belagavi, Karnataka
Mr. Tarun Sharma, Sports Officer, Birla Institute of Management and Technology, Greater Noida, U.P.
Mr. Ramanad Ghosh, Ph.D. Scholar Visva-Bharati, Santiniketan
Mr. Vivek Pandey, Research Scholar, SMIT, Sikkim INDIA
Mr. Debojyoti Das, Publicity Designer, Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology, Sikkim
Dr. Bibeth Sharma, Associate Professor, Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology, Sikkim
Mr. Rupak Dutta, Sports Assistant, Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology, Sikkim, India.
Mr. Bappa Biswas, Supervisor, Facility Management, SMIT, INDIA
|Delegates (SAARC) Countries||Rs. 2000/-||Rs. 4000/-|
|Students /Research Scholar (SAARC) Countries||Rs. 1000/-||Rs. 3000/-|
|International Delegates/Scholars||USD – 50/-|
Online E-Certificate and E-proceeding or E-Copy of Journal
Offline Certificate and E- proceeding or E-Copy of Journal
Accommodation: On Payment Basis
TA: Participants cannot claim TA bill to the ICGPHPSS-2023 Organizers, they have to approach their own organization/company
Payment should be made online
All submissions must be written in English and must be made in Microsoft Word Format (.doc/docx) written in Times New Roman with font size 12 and line spacing 1.5.
Full Paper / Extended Abstract Submission Guidelines
Full Paper of around 1500-3000 words & Extended Abstract of around 150-200 words should conform to the following guidelines:
Paper Title with Name of the Author(s), Affiliation, Full Postal Address, Telephone Numbers and E-mail Address
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Abstract: The abstract should give a clear indication of the objectives, scope, methods, results, and conclusion of your work. All manuscripts must include 150-200 words of abstract typed on a separate page.
Keywords: (Maximum 4-5 words)
Introduction:The introduction usually contains background and/or motivation for the research.
Objectives:Objectives: The objectives of the research paper summarize what is to be achieved by the research study.
Theory (if any):Theory (if any): A brief description of the theoretical foundations, research framework, etc. relevant to the work presented.
Literature Review:Literature Review: Comparison to related research.
Methods: This section should describe what was done to answer the research question, describe how it was done, justify the research design, and explain how the results were analyzed.
Results:Presentation of the result obtained. If possible, use descriptive figures or tables rather than explain them in text. Do not discuss or interpret the results at this stage.
Discussion:Discussion: Discuss the results. What conclusions can you draw? Put results in perspective by comparing them to other studies or generally accepted knowledge in the field. Critically evaluate your method and results concerning the simplifications made.
References: Please include references prepared according to the American Psychological Association (APA) 6.0 Guidelines (refer to www.apastyle.org). List the references in alphabetical order at the end of the paper. All references must be single-spaced. The references should be distinguished by hanging indents.
The full paper will be assessed concerning the applied method and the correct use of it, the relevance of the introduced simplifications, the relevance of the introduction, results, and discussion, the ability to pass on the message and the overall impression.
The full paper can include future work, details of proofs or implementation that should seem plausible to reviewers, ramifications not relevant to the key ideas of the study. Similarity Index must be 10% or below (excluding references). The papers must be submitted through the conference website as per the guidelines/links given therein
Sikkim is one of the seven states in North East India. Snuggled in the lap of the Himalayas, the state is an unexplored beauty because of its magnificent scenic hills and unparalleled picture-centric attractions. Kanchenjunga, the world’s third-highest peak, is located in Sikkim. Sikkim has been able to prove itself as a tourism hotspot across the globe owing to its culture, natural scenery, hill beauty, and rich biodiversity. When you are planning a trip to Sikkim, here are the best options available for you.
The Gangtok Airport, known as Pakyong Airport now makes it possible for travelling to Sikkim by flight. From the air terminal, one may easily reach the cities/towns by road. Alternatively, Bagdogra Airport which is well‐connected to major cities in the country, (providing easy access to North-East India) is also at a distance of 124 km from SMIT. Major Airlines like Indian Airlines, Air India, Vistara, Indigo, Air Asia, Spice Jet, Go Air, etc. operate here at frequent intervals. Further, you may reach Gangtok, the capital city of Sikkim by availing of helicopter services as well subject to prevailing weather conditions. You can hire a taxi that takes approximately 3 hours to drive from Bagdogra to SMIT.
Travel to Sikkim by Train is possible by getting into major railway heads near Gangtok‐New Jalpaiguri (188 km) and Siliguri (145 km). These railway stations are well connected with major cities and towns of India. You can further board a bus or hire a taxi to reach the state.
The road is the most convenient option to reach Sikkim. There are frequent public and private bus services connecting Sikkim with other neighboring towns and cities. You can easily get easy access to taxis and jeeps for inter and intra-state traveling. AC Bus services are available too. National Highway NH-10 (Old-31-A) is the most functional highway in Sikkim. Major neighboring tourist towns from Sikkim are Darjeeling, Kalimpong, Dooars, and Siliguri where you may hire different transport options to make your holiday a comfortable and memorable one.
Dr. Rakesh Vishwakarma: +91-7432051186, +91-7866839044
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Ms. Karishma Pathak: +91- 6297910661
E-Mail:[email protected], Conference Website: www.https://icgphpss-2022.smitcs.in/icgphpss-2022
Physical Education Foundation of India
(National Sports Promotion Organization)
Recognized by Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports, Government of India