The Tibet Policy Institute is hosting the 4th Young Tibetan Research Conference at Dharamshala from 22 – 24 August 2018. The Registration call upon young Tibetan research scholars pursuing Ph.D. and M.Phil. Program, affiliated to universities in India and abroad, and research fellows of various research institutions to present their research papers.
Tibet: Social, Economy and Development
Tibet and its Environment
Tibet: Religion and Culture
Tibetans in Exile
Tibet and its History
Chinese leadership and Governance in Tibet
Tibet and International Relations
Tibet: Education and Language
Interested participants are requested to submit Registration form before Tuesday 30th May 2018 along with the abstract paper.
Incase Online Registration Form is not preferred, then Registration form can be downloaded from the TPI website, www.tibetpolicy.net
Tibetan research scholars pursuing Ph.D. and M.Phil. Program, affiliated to universities in India and abroad, and research institutions are eligible to apply.
Presenter’s travel and lodging expenses will be reimbursed by the TPI.
Selected applicants from abroad are required to bear their own travel expenses. However, their round trip bus travel expenses from Delhi to Dharamshala will be reimbursed by the Conference organizer.
Guideline for paper submission
Abstract should be written either in Tibetan or in English.
Abstract should be between 200-350 words and must include the author’s name, institutional affiliation together with the title of the paper.
Abstracts will be evaluated by a committee and selected presenters will be notified by Friday, 15 June 2018.
Full paper shall be accepted till 5pm, Sunday, 15 July, 2018.
The full paper should be in between 3000-3500 words. Font size:12
Font Type in English: Times New Roman. Line spacing:1.5 Format: Word page size: A4
Font Type in Tibetan: Monlam Uni Oochan 2. Line Spacing 1.5 Format: Word page size: A4
Papers could be either in English or Tibetan. Same applies for presentation.
Additional queries about the conference can be addressed to: Mr. Tenzin Lekshay, Deputy Director, Tibet Policy Institute, Tel: 8851822990 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org