Call for Papers: State of Psychology in Nepal-2012


Call for Papers

State of Psychology in Nepal-2012

Martin Chautari (MC) and Central Association of Psychology Students (CAPS), Tribhuvan University are jointly organizing one-day workshop on ‘State of Psychology in Nepal’ on 12 February 2012 (29 Magh 2068) with the aim of bringing together researchers and professionals in the field of Psychology. Through this workshop the organizers hope to augment discussions on various aspects of current state of Psychology in Nepal. We welcome presentations of research papers and other significant works related to Psychology.

Please note:

• Abstract, research paper and presentation could be either in Nepali or English.
• Research abstracts (not exceeding 500 words) along with 1-page (max.) curriculum vitae should reach MC or CAPS latest by 16 January 2012 (02 Magh 2068). The abstract can be sent by email, post, or hand-delivered to the MC office.
• Decision on submitted abstracts will be conveyed by email by 22 January 2012 (08 Magh 2068).
• No remuneration will be provided. However, outstanding papers will be published in the publications of Martin Chautari.

Date and venue of the workshop: 12 February 2012 (29 Magh 2068), Martin Chautari, Thapathali.

More details about the workshop can be obtained from: Devendra Uprety, and Harsha Man Maharjan from Martin Chautari or Sujen Man Maharjan, and Pradeep Acharya from Tribhuvan University.

Abstract to be sent at:

Martin Chautari
P.O. Box 13470
27 Jeetjung Marg, Thapathali
Kathmandu, Nepal
Phone: 4102027/4238050/4240243
Email: conference, devenuprety

Or

Central Association of Psychology Students (CAPS)
Central Department of Psychology, Tribhuvan University
Kirtipur, Kathmandu
Phone: 4332539
Email: psychcaps, sujenman

Call-for-Papers_state-of-psychology-in-nepal2012.pdf

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