Workshop on effective writing at TechnoNJR
Titled "Writing Effective Conference Papers” the workshop is a part of the series of ISTE-IITB workshops, sponsored by MHRD, Govt. of India, under the National Mission on Education through ICT (NMEICT).
A two day workshop on effective writing is being conducted this weekend, 18th and 19th February 2012 at the Techno NJR Institute of Technology, Udaipur.
Titled “Writing Effective Conference Papers” the workshop is a part of the series of ISTE-IITB workshops, sponsored by MHRD, Govt. of India, under the National Mission on Education through ICT (NMEICT).
This workshop is likely to benefit faculty members and students in academic institutions who plan to write research papers for conferences. Both experiences researchers as well as those in the initial stages of research, viz. candidates pursuing M.E., PhD, etc. are being encouraged to participate, as the guidelines and skills that will be discussed will improve the chances of getting their conference paper accepted.
The content of the workshop is briefed as under:
Session 1a: Introduction to general technical writing
Session 1b: Contours of a technical conference paper
Session 2: Organizing and detailed planning of a technical conference paper – Part I
Session 3: Writing style – Part I
Session 4: Practical session on applying technical writing guidelines
Session 5: Don’t plagiarize, instead paraphrase!
Session 6: Organizing and detailed planning of a technical conference paper – Part II
Session 7: Writing style – Part II
The workshop is currently being attended by 150 participants, including 20 Research Scholars.
Techno NJR being the sole institute venue in Rajasthan, more participation is invited. There are no Registration fees and it is funded by MHRD. On the Spot registration will be available between, 8 am to 12 noon on 18th February at the Remote Center and the workshop is being conducted by IIT Bombay.
Piyush Javeria, Workshop and Remote Center Coordinator said, “There has been immense response from the participants across the Rajasthan making Techno India NJR Institute of Technology, the third highest remote center in the country among 35 remote centers. This workshop will focus on enhancing the quality of papers being produced at conferences.”