Conference Tracks

  1. Accounting, Finance and Banking
  2. Economics
  3. Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Small Business Management
  4. Leadership, Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management
  5. Marketing and Retail
  6. Technology, Cloud Computing, Big Data Analytics and Information Technology
  7. Critical Management Studies
  8. Gender in Management
  9. Cultural and Creative Industries
  10. Operation, Logistics and Supply Chain Management
  11. Organizational Psychology
  12. Education and Learning
  13. Environmental Studies
  14. Tourism and Hospitality Management

Key Dates

Submission of Full Papers

31st July 2018

Notification of Acceptance

31st August 2018

Submission of the Camera-Ready Copy

15th September 2018

Early-Bird Registration

15th September 2018

Registration Deadline

15th October 2018

Conference (Inauguration and Technical Sessions)

09th November 2018

Conference Registration

Conference Registration

The organizing committee has provided all opportunities to every category of participants to register for the conference. Please use our early registration opportunity.

 

Category

Currency

Early Bird Round

Late Round

Sri Lankan Participants

LKR

5,000.00

6,000.00

* Sri Lankan Students

LKR

3,000.00

4,000.00

Indian Participants

INDr

2,500.00

3,000.00

* Indian Students

INDr

1.500.00

2,000.00

International Participants

USD

200.00

300.00

* International Students

USD

150.00

250.00

**Group Registration (2 or more)

LKR/INDr/ USD

Full payment for the presenting author & 25% discount for other member/s

Full payment for the presenting author & 25% discount for other member/s

Only conference participation (India and Sri Lanka )

LKR/INDr

75% of the full payment

75% of the full payment

Only conference participation (International)

USD

75% of the full payment

75% of the full payment

 

* Authors who are eligible to register under the category of 'Students' need producing their student ID/Student Handbook or a letter issued by the relevant authority of the corresponding university to certify that they are student.

**From the same institute or authors of an accepted paper

VISA Process

VISA information

http://www.ivsvisalanka.com

The attendees will have to obtain India VISA, and the VISA application process is unique from country to country. Therefore, it is suggested that you will have to consult the Indian visa office in your country.

Recommended Hotels

Hotel Hill Palace and Spa

Irimpanam Road, 296C, Puthiya Rd Jn - Kadayerupu - Mangalthunda Rd, Thrippunithura, Kochi, Kerala, India -  682309Phone: 0484 278 4073

NM Royale County

KRL Road, Tripunithura, Kochi, Kerala, India -  682309, Phone: 096569 00503

Hotel Livanta

Petta Junction, Poonithura, Maradu, Ernakulam, Kerala , India 682038 Phone: 0484 230 6522

 

Tourist Attractions in Kerala - India

God’s Own Country, Kerala is one of the must visit places in the world. The tourist places in Kerala tempt and of course grants unforgettable experiences. This paradise in India has hill- stations, backwaters, beaches, wildlife sanctuaries, commercial cities, scenic hamlets and much more to explore. Some of the best places that cannot be missed are:

 

Alleppey – The Venice of India

 

Alleppey also known as Alappuzha is titled the ‘Venice of the East’. The backwaters in the area are perfect for a houseboat vacation. The houseboats are age-old modes of transportation that are revamped with a plenitude of luxuries equivalent to a 5-star hotel. The scenic landscape is soothing sight. Watch coconut groves, paddy fields, ducks and lilies and quaint villages pass by. The cuisines are of note as the fresh produce of the water makes your dish memorable.  What not to miss : Alappuzha Beach, Krishnapuram Palace, Marari Beach, Revi Karunakaran Museum, Punnamada Lake, Pathiramanal, and Sri Krishna Temple in Ambalappuzha.

Travelling Distance from TIST : 61 km

 

Fort Kochi – The Crowned ’Queen of Arabian Sea’

 

One of the top tourist places in Kerala, Fort Kochi is often the gateway to God’s Own Country. The Queen of the Arabian has multiple personalities. The city has history, heritage and multi-ethnic culture. Perfect for nature lovers, history buffs, and tourists, it is one of the most visited travel destination in Kerala. Fort Kochi has much to offer, in terms of sights, food and experiences. With museums, palaces, synagogues, Hindu temples, churches, heritage buildings, art galleries, beaches, this place tempts you to go exploring. What not to miss: Chinese fishing nets during Sunset or sunrise, Mattancherry Palace, Paradesi Synagogue, St. Francis Church, Santa Cruz Basilica, Hill Palace, Marine Drive, Ernakulam Shiva Temple, Indo-Portuguese Museum, Bolgatty Palace, Kodanad Elephant Training Center, Willingdon Island, Kochi Backwaters, Museum of Kerala History.

Travelling Distance from TIST : 35 km

 

Munnar – South India’s Tea Haven

Munnar is one of the most beautiful tourist places in Kerala. Snuggled at 6000 feet, the place has an easy charm. The gradient and the salubrious weather of these hills are perfect for tea farming. The hill station has about 80,000 miles of tea plantation. The town has an old world colonial feel to it. It gives an ambience for enjoying and relaxing. It further adds to our excitement with adventure seeking, trekking and camping. Munnar is a balm to your body, mind and souls. What not to miss : Attukal Waterfalls, Cheeyappara Waterfalls, TATA Tea Museum, Meesapulimala, Blossom Park, Pothamedu View Point, Life of Pi Church, Top Station, Marayoor Dolmens, Mattupetty Dam, Indo Swiss Dairy Farm, Kundala Lake, Lockhart Gap, Anamudi, and Eravikulam National Park.

Travelling Distance from TIST : 128 km

Kumarakom – A glimpse of paradise

 

Situated near Vembanad Lake, Kumarakom is a tourist paradise. The quiet little hamlet is blessed with alluring sceneries, pleasant weather and exotic ecosystem. Kumarakom holds a special spot in the list of best places to visit in Kerala. The backwaters are fringed by coconut grooves, fresh paddy fields and villages. Houseboat rides are simply relaxing and out of the world. Delightful authentic food of Kerala is a treat which you definitely should not miss. The Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary is one of the must-visit places in Kerala. It is home to many bird species including the migratory visitors, the Siberian storks. What not to miss: Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary, Kumarakom Backwaters, Vembanad Lake, Kumarakom Beach, Aruvikkuzhi waterfall, Juma Masjid, Temple, Bay Island Driftwood Museum, Valiyapally, Cheriyapally, Thirunakkara Mahadeva, and Pathiramal Island.

Travelling Distance from TIST : 40 km

 

 

Kumbalanghi – Tourism village of India

It is a village with its own tradition and culture- a village unique in the way it has maintained its serenity ,beauty ,tradition and culture to the fullest extent with most of the villagers over here engaged in agriculture and fishing. Kumbalangi is surrounded by backwaters.  Chinese Fishing Nets cover the island and the village boasts of rich aquatic life. An array of mangroves separate land from water and provide for a good breeding ground for prawns, crabs, oysters and small fish. What not to miss : Kalagramam is an artist’s village that displays fishing equipment and handicrafts. Bait-fishing is extremely popular among tourists here.

Travelling Distance from TIST : 40 km

 

 

 

 

Athirappilly – A gift from Nature

Athirappilly is popular among tourists. Athirappilly waterfalls is one of the best scenic beauty in Kerala. What not to miss: Jungle Safari trips, Kauthukapark, Thumboormuzhy Dam & Butterfly garden and Snow park.

 

Snow Park at Athirappilly –

 

Travelling Distance from TIST : 70 km

Wonderla Water Theme Park Kochi

 

Earlier named as the Veega Land, this park is located just 15 kms away from the main city of Kochi. This amusement park happens to be the best as it features around 55 amusement rides. It is spread around 30 acres of landscape and is built keeping in mind the international standards. For the past 12 years it is running successfully.

Travelling Distance from TIST : 30 km

Lulu Mall - India’s Largest Mall in Kochi

Built at an approximate cost of Rs.1600 crores, the mall can easily occupy over 100,000 people at a time. The mall houses more than 320 national and international brands and over 215 outlets; one of the largest amusement area of 81,000 sq ft with facilities for indoor climbing wall, 5000 sq ft ice skating rink, 5D Cinema, arcade gaming zone, rides, party hall and a 12 lane bowling alley; a 9 screen multiplex that can accommodate more than 2000 audience at a time; a 1500 seater food court and much more. It comes with everything that is required to whet the desire of a discerning shopper.

Travelling Distance from TIST : 26.8 km

 

Broadway, Kochi – Shopping Destination

 

Broadway is a shopping street situated at Kochi in Kerala state, India. It is one of the oldest shopping areas in the city. Compared to the other shopping spots in the city, the prices here are lower and really affordable.

Travelling Distance from TIST : 30 km

 

 

Marine Drive – A picturesque promenade

It is built facing the backwaters, which is an economically thriving part of the city of Kochi. Major fast food joints, including Marrybrown, DiMark, Coffee Bar are present along the walkway. The view of the setting and rising sun over the sea mouth, and the gentle breeze from the Vembanad Lake has made Marine Drive an important tourist destination in Kochi. What not to miss : Marine walkway and Rainbow Bridge

Travelling Distance from TIST : 30 km

Munnar – South India’s Tea Haven

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Alleppey – The Venice of India

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Fort Kochi – The Crowned ’Queen of Arabian Sea’

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Kumarakom – A glimpse of paradise

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Kumbalanghi – Tourism village

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Athirappilly – A gift from Nature

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Snow Park at Athirappilly

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Wonderla Water Theme Park Kochi

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Lulu Mall - India’s Largest Mall in Kochi

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Athirappilly – A gift from Nature

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Broadway, Kochi

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Shopping Destination

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Marine Drive – A picturesque promenade

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