ISRC-2020 Postponed, Rescheduled to December 6, 2020
Dear authors of papers selected for the ISRC-2020 Conference,
As you all know, the spread of COVID-19 has gripped the world in the past months. As of now it is still uncertain and grew into a pandemic. Many countries have resorted to measures aimed at restricting the spread of the virus by, for instance, restricting travel across borders or prohibiting the organization of larger events. Numerous private companies, but also academic institutions, have followed suit by limiting business travel movements or calling off / postponing international meetings.
The ISRC, in close consultation with the members of the Organizing Committee, University of Dhaka authority, and health care officials, has carefully evaluated the situation concerning the upcoming conference. Our main concern is to mitigate the negative consequences for young researchers like you, and hence decided to postpone the conference again untilDecember 6, 2020.
The new deadline for submitting the full paper is October 15, 2020, at firstname.lastname@example.org. The presenter who has submitted paper already doesn’t need to send your paper again. The Registration Link will remain open until October 31, 2020.
Additionally, we have decided to call for papers again to accumulate some unique papers. Interested colleagues can submit abstracts until July 15, 2020, to email@example.com. The abstract should be submitted within 350 words including research objectives, methodology, findings, and Conclusion (including author/s name, affiliations, and e-mail; please use font type ‘Times New Roman’, font size 11). Please share the call for papers with your colleagues who might interest to submit papers. We encourage you to submit unique and extraordinary papers.
We sincerely hope that you will take this opportunity to present your work and to get feedback on it, despite the unfortunate circumstances most of us are currently experiencing. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you would have any questions or comments.
Best wishes and stay safe
Research is the existence of a nation. There is no alternative way to build a developed country and to serve humanity without research. This is why Dhaka University Research Society (DURS) says ‘Research for A Better World’. Since it is a multidisciplinary research conference, it aims to create opportunities for the students (from Undergraduate, Graduate, M Phil and PhD) and young student researchers from diverse disciplines and backgrounds to present their research work and meet with other national and international scholars and enrich themselves.