Frequently Asked Questions



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The National Conference On Youth In Social Change 2018 is celebrated under the flag of DaanUtsav, an annual festival celebrated during October 2-8 with the fundamental idea of 'Joy of Giving', the conference is an opportunity for the younger generation to get exposure to social stimulus and help in providing sustainable solutions to the basic social problems existing.
The National Conference On Youth In Social Change would be held on 25-26th August 2018. The venue for the conference on both days would be the T.M.A Pai Halls, Manipal, Karnataka.
College Students, Faculty, Alumni, Corporate and NGO Representatives, from across the country can take part.
Free Accomodation will be provided to delegates on a first come first serve basis. Corporates and Others will have to make their own arrangements.
MAHE - INR 299
Non MAHE - INR 350
NGO/Corporates - INR 1000
Early Bird - August 15
Late Entry - August 20
On Spot - August 25
For more details on registration fee in each slot, please refer important dates tab on the website.
Delegates will have to take care of their own travel arrangements. Buses from Mangalore (Nearest City with Airport) will be arranged at specific time slots. The transportation within the city would be taken care by organising team.
Registration Kits, Certificate, Local Transport, Breakfast, Lunch, Tea to be provided during the conference days.
For more details on schedule and arrangements refer the Program List tab on the website.
  • Poster Presentation
  • Movie Making *
  • Oral Presentation *
Students and faculty members are invited to present their work/idea in the conference under the category
A. Research poster: This is based on the work which already undertaken by you or it is under progress.
B. Concept poster: This is based on the idea/concept you have right now with the defined objectives and you would like to undertake this work in near future.
The themes of the poster session are :
  • T01 Social change in rural development
  • T02 E-health and social change
  • T03 Educational intervention to the community settings
  • T04 Skills development at the rural sector
  • T05 Health and wellbeing of elderly
  • T06 Women and child health awareness
  • T07 Use of technology in bringing out social change
  • T08 Environment/ swachata movement
  • T09 Policies which will bring about change in the society
  • T10 Environment and health
There is no limit on the number of authors, however apart from one presenting author who gets a certificate, all other authors need to register for the conference to get a certificate and needs to be present in the conference.
The slot from 2-5PM on August 25 is dedicated to campus tours, for more details regarding timings, refer the programs tab on the website.