Conference Tracks

  • Game-Based Learning and Gamification for Engineering Education
  • Non-traditional Lab concepts in Engineering Education
  • First-Year Programs – NEP and Bridge Courses
  • Experimentation and Laboratory-Oriented Studies
  • Engaging Undergraduate Students in Research
  • Future-oriented and personalized educational concepts in engineering
  • Challenges in Remote Learning for Engineering Education Caused by the COVID-19 Crisis: Methods and its Applications in Lectures, Labs, Tutorials, and Assessments
  • New Technologies in Engineering Education
  • Distance learning: methods, technologies, and assessment
  • The ethical challenge and engineering education
  • Diversity and Inclusion in Engineering Education
  • Women in Engineering Education
  • Experiential Learning Practices for students in Technology Studies
  • Project Based Learning
  • Problem Based Learning
  • Critical Thinking
  • Research methods to assess teaching and learning strategies
  • Implementing NEP Guidelines
  • Engineering Education Reforms (Changes and Challenges in Engineering Education)
  • Quality Assurance in Engineering Education
  • Engineering Leadership Development
  • Faculty Training and Development
  • Linking Academic Knowledge with the Industrial Needs
  • Adopting standard practices in Curriculum Development
  • Internship
  • Curriculum content innovation
  • Community Engagement
  • Multidisciplinary Engineering
  • Design Thinking
  • Sustainable Development

Virtual Academy

Writing research papers on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Virtual Academy Writing Winning Research Papers Dr Veena Kumar

Guidelines to preserve anonymity for “double-blind” submissions

  1. Remove the names and affiliations of authors from the title page of the PDF file that you submit for review. This information must be included in the final camera ready copy if your paper gets accepted. While submitting your paper for review, you need to include all the author details only at the registration page. The PDF file of the paper should not have the author information.
  2. Remove acknowledgments of identifying names and funding sources from the PDF file that you will submit for review. This information must be included in the final camera ready copy if your paper gets accepted.
  3. Remove project titles or names that can be used to trace back to the authors via a web search engine.
  4. Name your files carefully. The source file names (e.g., “Rajesh.pdf”) are often embedded in the final output as accessible comments.
  5. Use care in referring to your previous works as related works. Do not omit references to provide anonymity, as this leaves the reviewer unable to grasp the context. Instead, you can reference your past work in the third person format, just like any other piece of related work by another author. For example, instead of “Recently, we have proposed a new protocol [9] …,” sentences in the spirit of “Recently, the authors in [9] have proposed a new protocol …” may be used.
  6. Papers with the same title and abstract should not be posted on a public website, such as, or shared via public mailing lists or communicated to other conferences/journals/publications.

Reviewer Guidelines