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11th International Conference On Statistical Sciences:

Social Accountability, Global Economics and Human Resource

Development with Special Reference to Pakistan

held on October 21-23, 2013 at

NCBA&E Sub Campus, D.G. Khan

Indus International University

Dera Ghazi Khan (Pakistan)

Indus International University

 

Indus International Institute is one of the most progressive institutions in Pakistan that was established with the objective to provide higher education in remote areas.  In a short span of time, the institution has created a  niche  for  itself  in  Pakistan  and  abroad.  Our  mission  is  to  produce knowledge based events that contribute to the growth and development of human potential in the community. The institute further aims to be the leader in providing world class education to the rank and files and to be known for sustainable contribution to the social and economic development of the region.

 

Islamic Countries Society of Statistical Sciences (ISOSS) 

 

The Islamic Countries Society of Statistical Sciences (ISOSS) was established during the First Islamic Countries Conference on Statistical Sciences (ICCS-I)  held  at  Lahore  on  August  27-31,  1988  with  the  following  main objectives:

 

  • bring together research workers and practitioners in statistical sciences from all over the world and in particular from Islamic Countries through mutual exchange program,
  • organize and strengthen a statistical information system,
  • promote the application of statistical sciences including computer and information technology in the development of Islamic Countries.
  • promote the use of computer technology, robotics and artificial intelligence in Islamic Countries.
  • establish training centers to promote statistical education.
  • coordinate and unify courses in statistics at all levels of education in the Islamic Countries.
  • organize conferences, seminars, colloquia, workshops, short courses, and any other means of communication helpful in exchanging scientific ideas.

 

Background and Goals:

 

The Islamic Countries Society of Statistical Sciences (ISOSS) is holding the 11th International Conference on Statistical Sciences devoted to all aspects of Statistical Technology  and  Quality Management,  Public  Health, Management Sciences and Law, Pharmaceutical, Environmental and Demographic Sciences.

 

The aim of the Conference is to highlight the role of computer technology in statistical computations and analysis specially surveys and censuses through GIS and other information technology tools. The Conference will focus on theoretical and empirical aspects of the Official Statistics in modern technology.

 

It also aims to stimulate a comparative analysis of the role of the computer technology in conducting surveys and survey designs in Pakistan and Islamic Countries. The analysis of the different structures of Official Statistics and viable practical use will contribute to better understand the problems (difficulties and successes) facing the rapid change in global information system.

 

The internationalization process of the statistical procedures will need deeper studies to point out problems and opportunities according to past and recent experiences in Islamic Countries.

 

The Conference will give an opportunity both to researchers and the protagonists of Statistical Agencies and Institutes to meet and compare experiences and analyses. The presentation of Official Statistics case studies will improve the discussion and the knowledge of its role in the present information system and computer technologies.

 

Conference Topics: 

Conference topics are as follows:

 

  1. Statistical Sciences and its challenges in good governance
  2. Issues of good governance
  3. Computer and Information Technology
  4. Foundations of human resource development
  5. Issues for Human Resource Development
  6. Implications for International Business
  7. Social Accountability International
  8. Social Accountability 8000 – SA8000
  9. Corporate Social Responsibility: Issues For Human Resource Development Professionals
  10. Social Policy in a Development Context
  11. Corporate Accountability in the Global Economy
  12. Sustainable Development: A Review of the International Development, Business
  13. Global Leadership Skills
  14. Intangible Resources for Sustainable Competitive Advantage
  15. Cultural Logics and Global Economics
  16. The Economics of Global Warming
  17. Islamic Finance in the Global Economy
  18. Pakistan and the Global Economy, Industrial Policy and the Big Business Revolution
  19. The Global Economy: Organization, Governance and Development
  20. Child Labor in the Global Economy
  21. Trade Logistics in the Global Economy.
  22. Social and Economic Sciences for Good Governance
  23. Management Sciences Human Resource Development
  24. Statistical Technology in Physical and Social Sciences
  25. Mathematical Modeling State Operational Logistics
  26. Statistics, Technology and Governance
  27. Recent Advances in Statistics Techniques for Good Governance
  28. Technology Approach to Measuring Good Governance
  29. Strategies for Reducing Corruption for Good Governance
  30. National Integrity System and Governance
  31. Social, Political and National Integrity System
  32. Any other related Topics on Statistics, Technology and Governance.

 

 

Submission of Abstracts:

 

An Abstract of 500 words should be submitted via e-mail/or airmail. Questions or queries may be sent to Dr. Munir Ahmad, Chairman of the Editorial Committee.

Deadline for Submission of Abstracts of Contributed Papers: July 31, 2013
Acceptance of Papers - August 15, 2013
Deadline for Submission of Full Length Papers: September 30, 2013
Last date for Registration - October 15, 2013

 

Abstracts and full length papers size 5″ x 7.5″ (width x height) with “Time New Roman” Font size 10 may be submitted via e-mail by using M.S. Word software to Conference Secretariat.

 

Instructions to Authors of Contributed Papers

 

All Authors of invited and contributed papers are requested to follow the instructions:

  1. Manuscripts should be type-written, single-spaced size 5″ x 7.5″ (width x height) with “Time New Roman” Font size 10. The paper should be divided into sections, numbered by Arabic numerals and with suitable short verbal titles. Pages should be lightly numbered at the bottom with a blue pencil. Running titles should be given.
  2. Paragraphs should be indented five spaces.
  3. The name and full postal address of each author should be given immediately below the title of the paper along with e-mail.
  4. Equations   should   be   centered,   with   identifying   numbers   in parentheses.
  5. Tables  should  be  inserted  in  the  text  as  close  to  the  point  of reference as possible.
  6. Graphs  and  other  numbered  figures  should  be  drawn  in  black Indian ink.
  7. References should be indicated in the text by author’s name(s) and the year of publication in parentheses. All references should also be given alphabetically at the end of the paper.

 

Please note that contributed papers should not be more than SIX pages.

 

Tentative Program:

  

Monday October 21, 2013

  • Registration
  • Opening Ceremony
  • Keynote Address


Tuesday October 22, 2013

  • Plenary Sessions and Contributed Papers
  • Excursion Tour to Fort Munro


Wednesday October 23, 2013

  • Plenary Sessions and Contributed Papers
  • Business Session
  • Closing Ceremony
  • City tour

 

Conference Venue:

The  Conference  will  be  held  at  the  NCBA&E  Sub  Campus,  Indus International University, 2-km Jampur Road, Dera Ghazi Khan, Pakistan.

 

Participation:

Participants from all scientific disciplines are expected.

For more details about registration and fees please download attached brochure.

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