You are invited to submit a paper with your views of education in the upcoming online conference on the theme, “Visualising a Global Education Policy for Total Consciousness.”

The conference aims to formulate a global education policy to achieve the most fundamentaland humanistic goals of education.

The Policy will be divided into 9 chapters: Philosophy of Education, Teaching Methodology, Curriculum, Educational Institutions, Learning Environment, Student Life, Parents and Home Life, Lifelong Learning, and Financing Education.


Thematic Areas

Papers are invited in the following thematic areas:

1.    Philosophy of Education

a. Total Education in the Global Scenario

                                      i.     Education for World Peace

                                     ii.     Unified Theory in Education

                                    iii.     Total Education for Internal and External Harmony

b. National Education Policy for Holistic Development

                                      i.     Education and Human Excellence

                                     ii.     The Indian Knowledge System

c. Integration of Subjective and Objective Knowledge

d. Philosophy of the Mind

e. Cognitive Concept of Consciousness

                                      i.     Consciousness: Meaning and Concept

                                     ii.     The Unity of Consciousness

                                    iii.     Neural Correlate of Consciousness

                                   iv.     Consciousness and Cognition


 2.    Teaching Methodology

a. Education for Self-Reliance

b. Education through the Arts

c. Strategies of Teaching

d. Teacher-Student Relationship

e. Educating during a Pandemic—Challenges and Opportunities


 3.    Curriculum

a. Global Curriculum for Lifelong Learning

b. Integral Growth for Wellbeing and Sustainability

                                      i.     Innovations in Sustainable Development

                                     ii.     Integral Leadership


 4.    Educational Institutions

a. Balancing Energy on Campus

b. Role of the Institution

c. Designing for Theory, Research and Play


 5.    Learning Environments

a. Universal Access to Education

b. Digitalisation of Education

c. Learning with Nature


6.    Student Life

a. Responsibilities and Discipline of a Student

b. On- and Off-Campus Living


7.    Parents and Home Life

a. Including Parents in Education

b. Home Environment to Support Learning


8.    Lifelong Learning

a. The Completeness of Education

b. Setting Students up to be Lifelong Learners

c. Informal Education

d. Vocational Education


9.    Financing Education

a. The Public vs. Private Debate

b. National Budget for Education

c. Freeing Families from Funding Education

d. The Role of International Agencies in Financing Education


Open Call for Abstracts

The Editorial Committee is issuing an open call for Abstracts. After examination, accepted authors will be contacted to submit a paper.

The Editorial Committee will review only submissions made in accordance with the instructions below. Accepted Papers will be published in an e-book / book with ISBN number.

Final decisions on whether manuscripts are accepted for publication or presentation rest with the Editorial Chair. Criteria for review include originality of ideas, quality of the ideas, quality of expression, and significance.

Please note that only some manuscripts will be invited for presentation at the online Conference, while all accepted manuscripts will be printed in the book.

Abstracts must be submitted in Microsoft Word.

All abstracts must be in English.

Abstracts must be limited to 1 page, including the main ideas of your paper in complete sentences (no bullets/lists). 

At the top of the paper, please give your details as below:


Author Name

Designation / Job Title



Email Address



Final Paper Requirements

Papers received from the public should not exceed 1,500 words, including footnotes. (Please note that the maximum length for papers from Invited Experts is 4,500 words.)

The paper should follow APA style (

See our Submission Style Guide.

Final Papers must be submitted in Microsoft Word.

We do not encourage authors to use any prior published material. The author should disclose any prior distribution and/or publication of any portion of the material, including where the manuscript has been shared, and ensure that appropriate attribution to the prior distribution and/or publication of the material is included.

Authors are responsible for obtaining permission from copyright holders for reproducing any illustrations, tables, figures or lengthy quotations previously published elsewhere.

All papers must be in English.


Publication Contribution

Once your paper has been accepted for publication, you will be asked to make the contribution towards the expenses of publication.



Update: the deadlines have been extended for submissions from the public.

1-page Abstracts are due by 12pm GST on October 15, 2021 by email to: submissions.educonf(at) Please note, this is email address is automated.

Please ensure that you have registered for the event before submitting an abstract or paper. Register Now 



Please direct any questions about paper submissions or registration to: register(at)