RESEARCH FOR BETTERMENT OF HUMANITY
The Faculty of Humanities and Sciences of SLIIT proudly announces SICASH 2021, the annual research conference of the Faculty, which will be held for the second consecutive year on 3rd and 4th December 2021 as a hybrid event.
SICASH aims at providing a platform for renowned and emerging scholars, both local and international, to showcase their subject-specific and multidisciplinary research in the areas of Natural Sciences, Law, Education, English Language & Literature, Nursing, and Psychology.
Full Paper Submission Deadline:
01st July 2021
Deadline extended till:
21st August 2021
Paper Acceptance Notification:
15th September 2021
Deadline for Submission of the Final Paper:
30th September 2021
Deadline for Submission of Camera-Ready Copy:
25th October 2021
Note: For any further details or issues related to the Full Paper submission process, please email or call:
011 754 39 34
Law reform for betterment of humanity in the areas of
- Public law
- Commercial law
- Private law
- International law
- Comparative law
- Teaching and learning
- Language education
- Classroom management
- Learning theories
- ICT for education
- 21st-century learner and the teacher
- Clinical and counselling psychology
- Work psychology
- Health psychology
- Social and Personality psychology
- Educational psychology
- Buddhist psychology and counselling
- Molecular Biology
- Environmental Science
- Food and Nutrition
Mathematics and Statistics
- Actuarial Mathematics
- Mathematical/Statistical modelling
- Time series analysis
- Multivariate data mining
Nursing and Health Sciences
- Clinical nursing & community health nursing
- Nursing education and research
- Health promotion and disease prevention
- Physiotherapy & rehabilitation
- Advances in radiological & medical laboratory diagnostics
- Pharmacology & pharmaceutical advances
English Language and Literature
- Teaching and learning English as a second language in the 21st century and beyond.
- English for academic and specific purposes in the digital era.
- ELT syllabus, teaching materials, and assessments.
- Computer assisted language teaching and learning.
- Contemporary teaching methods in language and literature classrooms.
- Gender, social and cultural identity in English literature.
- Voices of colonial, post-colonial, and neocolonial literature in English.
- Other (English Language Teaching, English Literature)