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Call for Special Session(Phase 2) : the GS Multi-Conference on Sciences and Technology 2014 (the biggest conference in the history of the GULF States) on November 07-09, 2014 in Dubai, UAE
I am glad to invite you to organize and chair a special session of GS International Multi-Conference on Science and Technology 2014(GS-MICST 14)
November 07-09,2014,Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Note: Non-PhD faculty members and Students can join us as YOUNG AMBASSADORS of the Conference, please visithttp://www.gspublishers.com/conferences/gsMICST14/ya.html for details.
If you are interested to be invited as “KEYNOTE SPEAKER”, please send us your brief biography and latest photograph firstname.lastname@example.org .
Call for Special Sessions
Each Proposal for Special Session is reviewed by the specific scientific committee. The organizer must have at least Ph.D. Degree.
Proposals for special sessions are invited by dynamic and energetic special session organizers. One paper of the special session organizer will be published without any registration fee (FREE OF COST) provided session is successful (session having Six or more papers is considered successful).
The aim of a special session is to provide an overview of the state-of-the-art and current research directions in specific fields of Science and Technology and its Applications.
Special Session Program
Special sessions consist of six papers as a target number (20 minutes each time slot), but a minimum of five and a maximum of eight papers are also acceptable. A special session paper can be a regular paper or an invited paper. Regular special session papers are unsolicited papers submitted by an author. The special session organizer may invite a distinguished researcher to submit an invited paper.
Regular special session papers and invited paper(s) are reviewed by the special session organizer(s). Accepted special session papers will be published in the conference proceedings in the same length and format as regular conference papers.
Special Session Proposal Format
Proposals for special sessions should contain:
1. The special session title
2. The name(s) of the organizer(s), with contact addresses and emails
3. The aim and scope of the special session (100 words)
4. The title of the conference
Deadline for Call For Special Session (Phase 2)
Submission Deadline: March 05,2014 .
Acceptance or Rejection notifications will be sent on March 10, 2014
Please forward this invitation to other dedicated and dynamic researchers who are interested to organize and chair a session.
Your earlier and positive response will be highly appreciated.
GS International Multi-Conference on Science and Technology 2014(GS-MICST 14)
Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE)
Join us as YOUNG AMBASSADOR for the GSMICSIT14:GS Multi-Conference on Sciences and Technology 2014 (the biggest conference in the history of the GULF States) onNovember 07-09, 2014 in Dubai, UAE.
Deadline : 2/14/2014
Young Ambassador of GS-MICST 14
Students and young faculty members can be YOUNG AMBASSADORS for the GSMICST’14.
If one cannot attend conference, he/she can contribute as conference coordinator and can get certificate.
Incentives or benefits of Joining as Young Ambassadors
Add leadership and community-building experience to your resume.
Develop your professional communication skills.
Network with prospective employers/universities and faculty members/ future colleagues.
Get a personal certificate for your contribution
Full Name with Title (Mr,Ms,Mrs etce) , e.g. Ms.Alice
Designation(Lecturer, PhD Scholar, MS Student, BS Student etc) e.g. MS Student
Department Name e.g. Department of Law
University/College Name e.g. University of Hull
Country e.g. UK
Email address e.g email@example.com
hurry up !!! and grab opportunity
For more informationhttp://www.gspublishers.com/conferences/gsMICST14/ya.html
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GS International Multi-Conference on Science and Technology 2014 (GS-MICST 14) August 01-03,2014 Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE)
The GS International Multi-Conference on Science and Technology 2014 (GS-MICST 14) will be the biggest conference not only in the history of United Arab Emirates (UAE) but also in the history of the Gulf States.
The GS International Conference on Actuarial Sciences 2014 aims to address issues in Actuarial Sciences and other emergent related fields. The GS-MICST 14 conference has different conferences according to several themes.
The GS-MICST 14 provides a platform for bringing together researchers, practitioners, and academia to present and discuss ideas, challenges and potential solutions on established or emerging topics related to research and practice in different fields of science and technology.
All accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings published by GS Publishers. Proceedings will be sent to ISI, EI Compendex, ELSEVIER, SCOPUS ACM, ISTP,AMS, ACS,EBSCO,Engineering Village / Engineering Index (EI),DOAJ,Library of Congress,British Library,Electronic Journals Library, Google Scholar ,DBLP and several more international indexes.
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“Youth Migration: Moving Development Forward” – International Youth Day, August 12th, 2013
“It is important to emphasize the positive contribution young migrants make to societies of origin, transit and destination – economically and by enriching the social and cultural fabric. Most work hard to earn a living and improve their circumstances. The remittances they send to support families in their home countries are a major contributor to economies worldwide.”
-Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon
In today’s increasingly globalized and interconnected world in which more people migrate than ever before in human history, young migrants between 15 and 24 have become powerful agents of change and development. By mid-2010, the total number of migrant youth was estimated at 27 million, representing an eighth of the 214 million international migrants in the world today.
Young migrants, either alone or accompanied by family members, leave their homes for different reasons. Some leave in search of jobs, others to flee persecution.
On International Youth Day 2013, which has as its theme “Youth Migration: Moving Development Forward”, IOM highlights the importance of engaging, enabling and empowering youth to fulfil their development potential. Migration continues to be the greatest poverty reduction strategy, presenting both challenges and opportunities for young people.
“As the number of young people migrating through both regular and irregular channels has risen, safe and regular migration must be promoted to reduce the risks of exploitation and abuse. Sharing information on migration options is essential, because it increases awareness and enables young people to make well-informed decisions,” says IOM Director General William Lacy Swing.
It is essential that youth are aware of the risks and opportunities of migration, that their voices are heard throughout all parts of society, and that they are empowered to influence their own lives and frame their futures – wherever this may be. In today’s increasingly globalized and interconnected world, youth represent the most interconnected generation of all
Youth Migration in Nepal: lack of opportunity still fueling youth migration
Citing better employment and education opportunities, many young people have been leaving the country for greener pastures year after year.
Thousands of young people migrate each day, leaving behind spouses, children and family in the pursuit of a better life. According to a press release issued by Association of Youth Organizations Nepal (AYON), the figure stands at an average of 1500 youths departing for employment each day. The government’s statistics also states that excluding India, there are 3 million young people working and studying abroad.
A recent report of World Bank cites that Nepal is the sixth largest recipient of remittance in terms of percentage of Gross Domestic Product (GDP). The volume of remittance inflow also puts Nepal as the fourth largest in South Asia
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Coping with Insomnia
Insomnia is a relatively common sleeping disorder, affecting about one-third of the adult population worldwide. Unfortunately, as we age, quality of sleep can decrease. While different types of insomnia have different causes, most people can find relief through natural remedies for insomnia, regardless of the source of their insomnia:
- Establish a consistent bedtime routine, and try to go to bed at the same time every night. Get plenty of exercise during the day. The more energy you expend during the day, the sleepier you will feel at bedtime.
- Reduce or eliminate your intake of caffeine, stimulants and alcohol. Even when consumed early in the day, these can affect sleep.
- Avoid large meals late in the evening.
- Learn and practice a relaxation technique regularly.
- Breathing exercises, meditation and yoga are good examples, although these are not sure-fire natural cures for insomnia.
- Don’t obsess about not sleeping. Instead, remind yourself that while sleeplessness is troublesome, it isn’t life-threatening.
Trouble Sleeping? Try Mantram
Mantram is the practice of repeating over and over in the mind certain syllables, words or phrases that help unify consciousness and counteract negative mental states. It is especially helpful for people with restless minds, whose turbulent thoughts keep them from relaxing, concentrating and falling asleep. The repetition of a verbal formula is a way of focusing the thinking mind and counteracting the damage done to both mind and body by thoughts that produce anxiety, agitation and unhappiness.
You can practice mantram anywhere, especially as a sleep aid and a natural remedy for insomnia- it is a totally portable technique, requires no training or equipment, and can be used in any circumstance, so long as you don’t practice it while doing something that otherwise requires your undivided attention. Try experimenting with it – choose a word, sound or phrase that is pleasing to you, and repeat it. If your mind wanders, simply focus back on the word. You will be amazed at the results.