Registration Types

1. In-Person Participant’s Registration

Registration fee includes:

  • Attendance at all plenary and parallel sessions (keynote addresses as well as paper presentations and descriptions of practice and informal conversation sessions with keynote speakers)
  • In-person conference session presentation (which involves submitting an abstract and, if accepted, inclusion in the conference program)
  • The opportunity to submit your paper to the corresponding Journal
  • Two conference lunch buffets
  • Four snack/coffee breaks
  • ISSN published Abstracts book , admission to poster sessions, A printed conference programme, conference bag, conference materials, attendance and/or author certificates, Conference group photo
  • Cultural show with networking dinner

(Please note registration does not include extras such as transport, tours or accommodation. These extras can be booked at the time of online registration.)

2. Poster Sessions

A poster session is 60 minutes and is scheduled concurrently with other sessions in the conference program. Posters are grouped by key interest area and each session will feature 02 to 04 posters. During the first part of the session, each poster presenter will have 3-5 minutes to present their topic. The objective of the 3-5 minute introduction is to set the scene and provide the main points about the poster.


  1. Group Registration:
  • All the benefits of in-person participant
  • Discounted Registration for five (5) or more participants from same organization/institution
  1. Virtual Registration

If you wish your paper to be published in ICPAPSL 2017 Publications, but will not able to attend the ICPAPSL 2017, you have an option to register as a “virtual presenter”.

  • Abstracts and papers will be published in conference proceedings
  • Upload a presentation of your paper to conference website and “author STREAM”
  • Submit your paper for peer review to the supporting Journals
  • An author certificate, Proceeding book and conference materials will be posted to every virtual presenter after the conference

Please contact Mr. Arun Francis for more information