Connecting Classroom Learning with Industry Practices
20 - 21 October, 2018
Institute of Business Management, Karachi
The theme of the 3rd International conference on Experiential Learning is “Connecting Classroom Learning with Industry Practices”. The conference supports the 21st century educational philosophy of connecting active learning and participatory experiences with reflection. Promoting a multidisciplinary pedagogical approach, Experiential Learning educators purposefully engage learners in direct experiences outside the traditional classroom, thereby fostering interest and enabling them to acquire skills, knowledge and experience for lifelong learning. Accordingly, the aim of the conference is to provide a platform for intellectual dialogue on pedagogies and practices that demonstrate purpose-driven experiential learning including:
- study abroad
- field research
- project-based learning
- problem-based learning
- activity-based learning
We invite speaker proposal submission on a wide range of topics relating to the conference theme and multidisciplinary tracks.
Parallel Conference Tracks
- Media Studies
- Business Management
- Health Management & e-Health
- Environment & Energy Management
- Communication & Languages
- Electrical Engineering & Engineering Management
- Interactive talk (paper presentation)
- Panel discussion
- Case studies
- Poster/Project Exhibition
Accepted abstracts will be published in the conference program book. We also provide scholars the opportunity to publish their papers in HEC recognized journals, including International Journal of Experiential Learning and Case Studies, Pakistan Business Review, Journal of Education and Educational Development. Selected papers from each track will receive the best paper award.
- Abstract Submission
- Information for authors
- Information for presenters
Abstract submission requirements include:
- names of all presenters
- a title (maximum 10 words)
- presenter(s) biodata (maximum 80 words), and
- an abstract (maximum 300 words)
All proposals must be submitted online through Email
Proposals will be evaluated anonymously by the ICEL 2019 Review Board for contribution to the field, quality of content, thematic relevance, quality of abstract (organization and clarity of expression).
For any queries, please contact email@example.com
Paper submission guidelines are as follows:
- The paper should be based on original research work and should not have been published or being considered for publication elsewhere.
- The title of the paper should be appropriate to the content and intended audience.
- The paper should indicate clearly the relevance of your research to the theory and/or practice of experiential learning.
- The paper should be 5,000-6,000 words in length and should have the following sections:
- Discussion, and
- Implications/Directions for Future Research
- The paper should include 5 to 7 keywords.
- The paper should be submitted in Word format in Times New Roman, 12 size font and with wide margins; there should be a maximum of three level headings.
- Both in-text references and the final reference list should follow the APA style.
- All tables and figures should be included at the appropriate place in the body text.
- Interactive talk (paper presentation): 15 minutes presentation + 5 minutes discussion
- Workshop: 90 minutes – 120 minutes (including Q&A)
- Panel discussion: 2 hour
- Case studies: 15 minutes presentation + 5 minutes discussion
- Poster/Project Exhibition (All posters will be on display throughout the conference).
- For Paper, Workshop presentations and Panel discussion - The rooms are equipped with a projector and a VGA cable. Bring your own device (and a connector if a Mac) Poster- All posters are to be printed in (3 x 5 feet) size and displayed as portrait or landscape.
- Pushpins/poster display stands will be provided at the venue. Please do not send your poster to the conference Centre. You will be advised of the place for putting up the poster when the schedule is confirmed.
Oral presentations must be delivered in English. Presentations will be strictly limited to 15 minutes each, with an additional 5 minutes at the end for questions and discussion. These time limits will be strictly enforced to keep the conference running on schedule, thereby ensuring that all speakers have the same opportunity to present their work and that audience members can readily move between sessions to hear particular talks. Speakers should plan on arriving at their assigned meeting room a few minutes prior to the start of their session ensure that their presentation has been properly loaded onto the dedicated laptop.
Microsoft PowerPoint (with standard aspect ratio of 4:3) is the official format for electronic presentations. We will accept a PowerPoint file (.ppt) or a Portable Document Format (.pdf) file, and we strongly encourage you to save your presentation in both formats in case of a file compatibility issue or other unforeseen technical problem. All oral presenters will need to bring their presentation on a USB flash drive and load their presentation in the assigned meeting room prior to the start of their session. It is the responsibility of each individual presenter to ensure that his/her presentation(s) are uploaded in the assigned meeting room at least 30 minutes prior to the beginning of the session in which they are presenting and to test their files before uploading.
Important: If your presentation contains links to video files, it is essential that you bring not only your PowerPoint file, but also your original video files to the assigned meeting room. The preferred video file formats are .MPEG or .MP4, but .WMV and Flash video files are acceptable. QuickTime, .MOV, video files are not compatible with PowerPoint and should be converted to one of the above formats. All videos should be tested and checked in advance in the assigned meeting room to be sure they will work properly.
Poster presenters will hang their posters upon arrival at the conference beginning on Friday, October 19, 2018. All posters should be in place by Saturday morning at 11:00 am when the first poster session is scheduled to begin. We will assign each presenter the venue where your poster will be displayed. Poster presentations will remain on display for the duration of the conference. Authors will have the opportunity to discuss their presentations with conference attendees during tea breaks. All poster presenters are strongly encouraged to be present during their assigned session. The conference will not be responsible for any posters left behind.
We are glad to have received numerous abstracts. Appreciating the strong interest, the abstract submission deadline has been extended!
Final abstract submission closes August 20, 2018.
|Call for Papers||May 15, 2018|
|Abstract Submission closes||August 20, 2018|
|Acceptance Notification||August 30, 2018|
|Final Paper Submission||September 20, 2018|
|Registration opens||September 21, 2018|
Regular: 30th Sep – 13th Oct 2018
|Conference fee includes material, refreshments/meals & certificate|
The conference registration fee is non-refundable.
Registration Fee Payment Procedures
Registration starts from 12th September 2018. The registration process is as follows:
- Payments can be deposited to IoBM account: For direct deposit, details are as follows:
|Beneficiary Name:||Institute of Business Management|
|Bank:||Standard Chartered Bank Limited,|
|Address:|| Al-Tijarah Centre Islamic Branch, Shop No. S6-7, Plot No. 32-1-A
Block 6, P.E.C.H.S.
- After paying the registration fee, please click the link below to register online:
- Also, please send a scanned copy of the original direct deposit pay slip to the following email IDs. Please write [ICEL 2018] Registration Fee in the subject line.
*Please note that if you wish to apply for the student discount option you must provide proof of full-time/part-time student status after you make the payment. To confirm your student status, Download and submit the ICEL 2018 Verification Form by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please write [ICEL 2018] Student Registration in the subject line of your email.
*Participants from AMDIP Member Institutions will be entitled to 50% discount.
Prof. Craig Duff
Northwestern University, USA
Craig Duff is an Emmy award-winning video journalist and documentary television director, producer and writer. He specializes in multi-platform storytelling and explanatory journalism. In January 2012, Craig was named a professor of journalism at the Medill School at Northwestern University, where he continues to teach. During nearly 10 years at CNN and Turner Broadcasting, Craig Duff received numerous awards, including a national EMMY, two Cable Ace Awards, the National Headliner Award, a Genesis award, three awards from the Environmental Media Association, and festival honors from the Houston, Chicago, Columbus and National Educational Film Festivals. Craig is working on a project to update the curriculum at Northwestern University, and that includes aspects of Experiential Learning.
Prof. Maria José Palma Lampreia dos Santos
Instituto Politécnico de Lisboa, Lisbonne, Portugal
Maria Dos Santos is currently Assistant Professor and Researcher at the ISCTE-Institute University of Lisbon- DINÂMIA´CET. At the moment she is a Portuguese Delegate from 2 COST Actions supported by the European Commission at WG Socio-economics impacts; Sustainability, and CAP economics policies. She was Special Advisor in Agricultural Economics before the MFF 2014-2020 and Participant in a Project supported by the European Parliament. Her research interests include applied economics; agricultural economics, namely, efficiency and sustainability.
Dr Sheroz Khan
International Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia
Being the best of the Electrical Engineering Department of the NWFP University of Engineering & Technology, Peshawar (KPK, Pakistan), Sheroz Khan was awarded scholarship for MSc in Microelectronics and Computer Engineering from the University of Surrey, which he completed successfully in 1990. The University extended his scholarship for doing PhD in Electrical Engineering from the University of Strathclyde which he completed in 1994. He taught at the NWFP UET (full-time) and at Aeronautical Engineering College Risalpur (NUST, part-time). Since 2000, he has been working within the department of ECE at the IIUM Kuala Lumpur. Currently he is supervising 8 PhD and 2 M Sc researchers. Sheroz Khan is successfully running a collaboration program under an MoU with the University of LIMOGES (France), IIUM-IIU Islamabad, and is in kickstart mode an MoU IIUM-Schmalkalden University of Applied Sciences (SUAS, Germany). He is founder/co-founder/TC/KC chair of ICCCE, ICSIMA, ICET, ICISE, ICCSA, SCOReD, ICETAS, ICIRD.
Dr. Tanju Deveci
Khalifa University of Science and Technology, Abu Dhabi, UAE
Tanju Deveci is an Associate Professor of Lifelong Learning. He received his PhD in Lifelong Learning and Adult Education in 2011 from Ankara University, Turkey. He holds master’s degrees in Adult Education from Ankara University and in English Language Teaching from the Middle East Technical University, Turkey. He also has Diploma in English Language Teaching to Adults (DELTA) awarded by Cambridge University. He taught English for academic purposes at Bilkent and Sabanci Universities in Turkey for 15 years. Since 2012, he has been teaching English and communication skills to engineering students at Khalifa University of Science and Technology in Abu Dhabi, the UAE. He has published research and teaching articles on a wide range of topics including andragogy and pedagogy, learning styles, technology use for instructional purposes. His research interests also include pragmatics with a particular focus on speech acts. He has published book chapters and research articles on a variety of academic literacy skills, too. He is currently writing a book on adult education theories and conducting research into learning English as a lifelong learning endeavor. He is an Associate Editor for the Asian ESP Journal. He has delivered speeches at numerous international conferences in Europe and Asia.
Dr Syed Shiraz Hyder
University of North Dakota
Dr Syed Shiraz Hyder is a graduate of Dow Medical College (now Dow University of Health Sciences). He completed his Neurology residency and fellowship from Medical College of Georgia and Masters in Medical Management from University of Southern California. He is board certified in Neurology and Medical Management. He is currently a Clinical Professor of Neuroscience at University of North Dakota and Chief Medical Officer, Vice President Medical Affairs at St. Alexius Medical Center, Bismarck, North Dakota.
Dr Shakti Kumar Gupta
Medical Superintendent, AIIMS (Dr RP Centre)
Dr Shakti Kumar Gupta, Medical Superintendent, AIIMS (Dr RP Centre), New Delhi hails from a border Village Ari (LOC), Dist. Poonch, J&K State is an alumnus of Government Medical College, Jammu from where he did his MBBS and AIIMS New Delhi from where he obtained his Masters in Hospital Administration. Commencing his medical career at grass-root levels as an Assistant Surgeon in J&K Health Services, he provided curative, preventive, promotive and rehabilitative services at dispensary and primary healthcare centres. He actively facilitated implementation of national health programmes and submitted project reports for district and general hospitals. His quest for achieving professional excellence propelled him to relocate to AIIMS where he joined as a faculty.
DAY 1 Saturday, October 20, 2018
|9:00 - 10:30||INAUGURAL SESSION Tilawat-e-Quran: Recitation and Translation Welcome Address by Dr Irfan Hyder (Conference Chair, Dean CBM & CES) Address by Engr. Ahmed Farooq Bazai (Vice Chancellor, BUITEMS) Address by Mr Talib S. Karim (President, IoBM) Address by Mr Bashir Jan Muhammad (Chancellor, IoBM) Keynote Speaker: Dr Amjad Waheed (CEO, NBP Funds)||Auditorium|
|10:30 – 11:00||TEA BREAK||Room # 314 (CBM)|
|11:00 - 12:30||KEYNOTE SPEAKER SESSIONS OF CONFERENCE TRACKS||Auditorium|
|A New “Medill Method” for Video Journalism: Keeping in step with industry practices Professor Craig Duff||Listening as a Lifelong Learning skill: What, Why, and How Dr Tanju Deveci||The sustainability of European Agricultural Firms Prof. Maria José Palma Lampreia dos Santos|
|Parallel Conference Tracks 12:30 - 1:30||Track # 1 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT||Track # 2 COMMUNICATION & LANGUAGES||Track # 3 EDUCATION||Track # 4 ELECT. ENGNEERING & ENG. MGMT.||Track # 5 ENVIRONMENT & ENERGY MGMT.||Track # 6 HEALTH MGMT. & e-HEALTH||Track # 7 MEDIA STUDIES|
|Panel Discussion Moderator Hussain Aftab Changi Experiential Learning Projects at Business Schools- A Panel Discussion with Representatives from Business Schools and The Corporate World Panelists Dr Amber Raza Dr Faryal Salman Hussain Aftab Changi M. Akram Shaheen M. Ekhlaque Ahmed Nida Aslam Khan Room # 308 (CBM)||Paper Presentations Session Chair Asif Khan Presenters Safdar Bhatti Tahira Adeel Zaman Dr Fauzia Shamim Room # 319 (CBM)||Featured Presenters Moderator Dr. Zehra Habib Yesterday’s Teachers, Today’s Students, Tomorrow’s Realities Prof. Cusrow J. Dubash Learning in 21st Century Dr Afshan Huma Room # 307 (CBM)||Paper Presentations Session Chair Dr Seema Ansari Presenters Amin ur Rehman Nimra Noor Ali Asghar Saadullah Ansari Room # 401 (3rd Floor, SSK Building)||Featured Presenter Energy Efficient Air-Conditioning of Buildings Engr. Nisar- Mohyud-Din Presentation Environmental Assessment: Development of Case Studies, Sindh, Pakistan Madiha Syed Room # 403 (3rd Floor, SSK Building)||Panel Discussion Creating Corporate Classrooms Within Health Industry Moderator/Panelists/ Host Dr Asima Faisal Panelists Dr Shiraz Hyder Mr Haroon Qasim Dr Yousuf Hasan Khan Room - EMEC||Panel Discussion New Media Technologies and Audience Dynamics Moderator Afia Salam Panelists Ali A. Rizvi Faisal Kapadia Imtiaz Noor Salma Jafri Omair Alavi Room # Auditorium|
|1:30 - 2:30||LUNCH & PRAYER BREAK / POSTER EXHIBITION|
|2:30 - 4:30||Paper Presentations Sub-Track: HR / Management Session Chairs Dr Kazi Afaq Ahmed & Dr Usman Aleem Rooms # 211 (CBM) Sub-Track: Marketing Session Chairs Dr Amber Raza & Dr Adnan Bashir Rooms # 213 (CBM) Sub-Track: Entrepreneurship / Startups Session Chairs Dr Omer Javed & Syed Azfar Husain Rooms # 217 (CBM) Sub-Track: Finance/ Economics Session Chairs Dr Raza Ali Khan & Dr Gobind Hirani Rooms # 219 (CBM)||Panel Discussion Multiple Perspectives on Experiential Learning: Challenges and Opportunities Moderator Dr Fauzia Shamim Panelists Dr Tanju Deveci Abdul Samad Khan Maria Hasan Ahsan Jamal Room # 315 (CBM)||Featured Presenters Moderator Dr Kamal Somroo Role of Languages in achieving SDGs in Pakistan Dr Habibullah Pathan Breakdown of Experiential Learning Cycle: Result of Unguided Internships Sarwat Nauman & Dr Nasreen Hussain Problem Based Learning as an Effective Pedagogy for Pre-service Teacher Education Dr Samina Malik Room # 307 (CBM) Paper Presentations Saima Hussain Sania Nasir Sumaira Shahid Room # 313 (CBM) Naina Hassan Ali Kashif Laeeq Amna Yousaf Room # 307 (CBM) Quratulain Ghulam Abbas Muznah Faheem Mahnoor Tasleem Room # 309 (CBM)||Paper Presentations Session Chair Dr M. Imran Majid Presenters Rahma Nadeem Sheikh M. Ibrahim Khan Yamna Shaikh Sumayya Zeeshan Irfan Yousuf Tahniyat Aslam Kashan Sheikh Fatima Maqbool Rao Abdullah Aziz Mubashir Azmat Room # 401 (3rd Floor, SSK Building)||Paper Presentations Session Chair Dr Shahid Amjad Presenters Dr Abdul Rauf Farooqi Abdul Azim Akbar Dr Abdul Rauf Farooqi Ikram Uddin Fahad Bin Abdullah Dr Nuzhat Khan Falak Shad Memon Room # 403 (3rd Floor, SSK Building)||Workshop Quality Management and Lean Healthcare Moderator Dr Shiraz Hyder Room – EMEC Paper Presentations Session Chair Abdur Rehman Aleemi Presenters Farzana Ashfaq Yamna Hasan M. Anas Tufail Rabia Anum Saba Ahmad Rooms # 205 (CBM) Session Chair Dr Ather Akhlaq Presenters Sarah Ejaz Areeba Hafeez Mehreen Khan Erum Aslam Rooms # 207 (CBM)||Display of Students Projects/ Documentaries (4th Floor, SSK Building)|
Sunday, October 21, 2018
|9:00 -10:30||KEYNOTE SPEAKER SESSIONS OF CONFERENCE TRACKS||Auditorium|
|Resonating WPT Link for Frequency Relying Inductive Power Transfer Systems Dr Sheroz Khan||Futuristic Healthcare for Healthcare Millennials Dr Shiraz Hyder||The Role of Hospital in a Changing Environment Dr Shakti Gupta|
|10:30 – 11:00||TEA BREAK||Room # 314 (CBM)|
|Parallel Conference Tracks 11:00 -12:00||Track # 1 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT||Track # 2 COMMUNICATION & LANGUAGES||Track # 3 EDUCATION||Track # 4 ELECT. ENGNEERING & ENG. MGMT.||Track # 5 ENVIRONMENT & ENERGY MGMT.||Track # 6 HEALTH MGMT. & e-HEALTH||Track # 7 MEDIA STUDIES|
|Workshop Case teaching in the business schoolsModerator (Featured Presenter) Dr Waheed Ali Umrani Room # 308 (CBM)||Paper Presentations Session Chair Shiekh M. Irfan Presenters M. Asif Khan Dr Mehvish Saleem Room # 319 (CBM)||Paper Presentations Najmonnisa Khan Zubair Akbar Memon M. Faisal Sultan Dania Shoaib Khan Room # 313 (CBM) Sukaina Shaukat Ali Bashir Ahmad Haroon Iqbal Maseeh Mahjabeen Khan Kamran Ahmed Room # 307 (CBM) Lubna Farhan Ali Shafaque Fatima Shahnaz Pirani Sidra Awan Room # 309 (CBM)||Senior Design Project (SDP) Exhibition Coordinator Osama Mahfooz Exhibitors Ahsan Sabih Behrullah M. Khan M. Umer Sami Rehana Mustafa R&D 3rd Floor, SSK Building||Presentation Outdoor Education with TACTACK Presenter Absar Khan Room # 403 (3rd Floor, SSK Building)||Panel Discussion Developing Learning Decorum for Health Millenials Moderator Dr Humeira Jawed Panelists Dr Shiraz Hyder Mr Johannes (Hans) Theodorus Kedzierski Dr Bahir Hanif Dr Salman Faridi Mr Ahmed Jalal Dr Farhan Essa Abdullah Room - EMEC||Featured Presenters Where does Pakistani Media Stand Today?Kamal Siddiqi Owais Aslam Ali Room - Studio (4th Floor, SSK Building) Projects Exhibition (4th Floor, SSK Building)|
|12:00 -1:30||Workshop Case teaching in the business schools Moderator (Featured Presenter) Dr Waheed Ali Umrani Room # 308 (CBM)||Workshop When Nature is the Classroom Moderator (Featured Presenter) Abdul Samad Khan Room # 315 (CBM)||Featured Presenter The Importance of Condition Monitoring for Industrial Equipment Dr B. S. Chowdhry Room # 401 (3rd Floor, SSK Building) Panel Discussion Experiential Learning in Engineering: Challenges and Benefit Moderator Dr Seema Ansari Panelists Dr Sheroz Khan Dr B. S. Chowdhry Dr Imtiaz H. Kalwar Dr Irfan Ahmed Dr M. Imran Aslam Dr Bilal M. Khan Dr M. Ibrar-ul-Hanque Room # 401 (3rd Floor, SSK Building)||Paper Presentations Session Chair Dr Abdul Rauf Farooqi Aamir Abbas Dr Shahid Amjad M. Moazzam Khan Love Kumar Room # 403 (3rd Floor, SSK Building)||Paper Presentations Session Chair Dr Atif Mahmood Presenters Zara Khan M. Moiz Azam Dr Sana Khan Maha Saif Room # 205 (CBM)||Panel Discussion Media Ethics in the age of Fake News Moderator Farieha Aziz Panelists Mazhar Abbas Wasat Ullah Khan Umber Khairi Imran Shirvanee Qazi Asif Sabin Agha Zarrar Khuhro Room - Studio (4th Floor, SSK Building)|
|1:30 - 2:30||CLOSING CEREMONY|
|2:30||LUNCH & PRAYER|
- Scientific Committee
- Organizing Committee
- Academic Partners
- Dr Fauzia Shamim
- Dr Ather Akhlaq
- Dr Abdul Rauf Farooqui
- Dr Kamal Ahmed Soomro
- Dr Imran Majid
- Dr Zeeshan Shahid
- Mr Ejaz Wasay
- Dr. Adnan Bashir
- Mr Asif Khan
- Dr. Irfan Hyder
- Dr Mehvish Saleem
- Dr Muhammad Adnan Bashir
- Dr Asima Faisal
- Dr Shahid Amjad
- Dr Erum Hafeez
- Dr Samra Javaid
- Ms Sarwat Nauman
- Ms Shumaila Omer
- Ms Seema Ansari
- Mr. Nawaz Ahmad
- Mr Pervez Jamil
- Ms Memoona Zareen
- Ms Sumaiya Mithani
- Balochistan University of Information Technology, Engineering and Management Sciences (BUITEMS)
- Association of Management Development (AMDIP)