Global Communication Education Conclave

The Global Communication Education Conclave, a unique 75-day event involving Indian and global academics and professionals, intends to celebrate this diversity with scholarly contributions from varied perspectives. Scholars from the field of Media and Communication and related fields are invited to submit abstracts for presentation at the online conclave starting from October 21, 2021, and ending on April 10, 2022.

We invite you to submit a 250-word abstract mentioning the central premise, methods and significant implications along with5-7 keywords. Try to avoid overly broad keywords. The abstract should be precise, informative and serve as a standalone piece. The abstract should not contain unexplained abbreviations or acronyms. The work should not be published previously nor be under review in another publication/conference. All abstracts will be peer reviewed. One author can make only one submission as a principal author. The GMEC Review Board will send their decisions on abstracts following peer review by November 25, 2021. The authors of the accepted abstracts will be invited to make short presentations on a specified date at the 75-day long online conclave to be held from October 21, 2021, to April 10, 2022. The date and time of presentation will be specified in the acceptance emails sent to authors of the accepted abstracts.

Abstract, Full Paper Deadlines Important Dates

Abstract Submission begins:

September 01, 2021

Final Date for Abstract Submission:

November 15, 2021

Decision on Abstract:

By November 25, 2021

Full Paper Submission

December 30, 2021

Conclave Dates:

October 21, 2021 to April 10, 2022

(75 specific dates)

Publication of Accepted Papers:

By August 15, 2022

  • Kindly send the abstract to as an attachment (either a word document or a pdf file) by November 15, 2021.
  • The abstract should include the title of the paper. The body text of the abstract should be in Times New Roman, 12-point font. Align text to the left with one-inch margins. Use double spacing.
  • Type Keywords: (italicized) and then list your keywords after the last line of the abstract.
  • Write your name followed by abstractin the subject line of the email. (For example, if your name is Nirmala Simons, the subject will be ‘Nirmala Simons Abstract’)
  • Also write your name, designation, institution, email id and Phone Number in the abstract document.

Process for Research Paper Submission

  • 1

    Register Online

  • 2

    Upload Reseach paper Abstract, & send it on as well by 15th Nov. 2021

  • 3

    Pay the Paper Submission Fee of INR 1500/- using Credit / Debit / NetBanking / UPI

  • 4

    Final Decision on Abstract to be declared by Nov 25th

  • 5

    Full Paper Submission by 30th Dec, 2021

Research Areas

The following is an indicative list of topics for the conclave, broadly to be referred for themes for the papers.

  • Journalism in post-Independent India
  • Journalism Pedagogies
  • Indian Journalism and Freedom Movement
  • Media and Cyber Laws
  • Media Sociology
  • Media Anthropology
  • Critical Communication Perspectives
  • Visual Communication
  • Artificial Intelligence and Journalism
  • Block Chain Technology and Journalism
  • Computational Methods in Communication
  • Media and Public Sphere
  • Social Network Analysis
  • Humanistic approaches in Media Studies
  • Media, Emotions and Politics
  • Media Production Analysis
  • Instructional Communication
  • Health Communication
  • Trends in Media and Communication Research
  • Media and Technological Determinism
  • Role of Media in National Development
  • Community Media
  • Alternative Media
  • Media and Gender
  • Feminist Media Studies
  • Communication for Social Change
  • Social Media
  • Digital Media
  • Digital Branding
  • Public Relations Today
  • Events as a Tool of Communication
  • Media Credibility
  • Media Economics
  • Fake News and Fact Checking
  • Media and Deliberative Democracy
  • Communication Technologies of the future
  • Film Studies in India
  • Integrated Brand & Social Communication in India
  • Political Communication in India
  • Development Communication in India
  • Global Media Ethics
  • Film Exhibition in India
  • Media and CSR

Global Media Education Council (GMEC)

A global professional body of media educators and practitioners, and media institutes and departments of universities, committed to the cause of nurturing talent for the media and entertainment professional careers of their mentees.

The body contributes to the learning approaches, tools and techniques, and also in selecting the best entry-level talent in media educational institutes.

The Council shall work as a bridge among the three stakeholders: media educators (institutes), learners (trainees) and the industry (recruiters).

Anyone who is a media and entertainment teacher/educator in a college or university can be Council general member. Executive body is initially nominated, and gradually will be elected. There will be a body of mentors too. And for every major initiative, there will be a Working Committee., educational portal from India, has mooted the idea and backing it up initially, and will have two members in the Council executive body for all times. The portal and its management will have an integral role in nurturing this Council.