Research Clinic &
05 March 2024
05 March 2024
We aim to extend support to scholars by providing them with an opportunity to discuss their ongoing research and receive constructive feedback, interact with experienced researchers with similar research interests, and discuss career plans with senior academic members and researchers.
Registration Opens: 15th December, 2023
Early Bird Registrations: 5th January 2024
Last Date for Registration: 15th January 2024
|Early Paper Presentation
|Research Poster Presentation
|3 Minute Thesis Competition
The top two paper presentations will be awarded cash prizes of Rs.6,000 and Rs.4,000 respectively.
The best poster and three minutes thesis competition presentation will be awarded with a cash prize of Rs.5,000 each
We welcome research papers from interdisciplinary research areas in management.
The Research Clinic & Doctoral Consortium (RCDC) is open to scholars in the management discipline. Including those close to finishing, those who have recently completed their doctorate degree, and even future PhD aspirants to come together on a common stage, present their unpublished work and receive constructive feedback.
The abstracts will be evaluated on:
Theoretical Underpinning | Originality | Rigour | Clarity | Significance | Overall Impression | Reviewer’s Confidence
Showcase your expertise and passion for research through creative display
Students from all years and disciplines are invited to submit posters describing aspects of their doctoral research. Each poster will be evaluated on technical merit, innovation, and its potential to stimulate interesting discussions and exchanges at the conference. Posters will be selected based on a short abstract (up to 250 words, with 5 relevant keywords). Upon acceptance of the abstract, authors will receive guidelines for submitting posters.
The competition is a platform to showcase the ability to describe research clearly and succinctly to a
non-specialist audience in three minutes through an engaging talk.
Communicate the significance of your thesis in a compelling and accessible way. The three minutes thesis competition is an exciting event which supports the capacity of the scholars to effectively explain their research in three minutes in a language appropriate to a non-specialist audience.
Participating in the three minutes thesis competition will facilitate the development of presentation and research communication skills among scholars. The overall objective of this competition is to provide a supportive environment for scholars to prosper towards professional development, boost their motivation towards their final dissertation presentation and provide an excellent networking environment.
Candidates who have passed their confirmation milestone (including those whose thesis is in submission) by the date of their first presentation are eligible to participate.
Please Note: Doctoral researchers who have already had their viva are not eligible to participate. First-year doctoral researchers are not eligible to enter the three minutes competition.
The following criteria will guide the judges’ decisions. Each criterion is equally weighted and has an emphasis on the audience.
Comprehension and content
Engagement and communication
A platform where scholars, young researchers, and academics can meet reviewers of reputed journals
and seek their advice on publishing in quality research journals.
Publishing in a reputed journal is an important requirement towards fulfilling one’s PhD. The challenge before young scholars however is how to convert their research work into publication-worthy material. However, converting your research work is only part of the process. Another task is the selection of the right journal and approaching the journal. As early career researchers navigate their way in academia and publishing, they constantly seek expert guidance. ‘Meet the reviewers’ is a place where scholars, young researchers and academics can meet reviewers of reputed journals and seek their advice on publishing in quality research journals.
|Academicians and industry practitioners (India & South Asian Nations | Other Nations)
|INR 2000 | US $30
|Research scholars (India & South Asian Nations | Other Nations)
|INR 1,000 | US $15
|PG/UG students (India & South Asian Nations | Other Nations)
|INR 500 | US $10
|Non-presenting co-author & Attendees (India & South Asian Nations | Other Nations)
|INR 500 | US $10
Ms Priya Jain
FPM Scholar (Finance)