CALL FOR PAPERS
7th Applied Research International Conference on Business, Technology and Humanities (ARICBTH) 2019 Nairobi
7th - 9th August 2019
Deadline of Abstract
31st MAY, 2019
ARICON is dedicated to provide a common platform for educational institutes, academia, government and industry to discuss key issues and new developments in the field of law, business, economics, finance, politics and all other social sciences areas, which is critical to the development of professional competitive edge. We achieve this goal by organising highest quality academic conferences and seminars for professionals.
The overall objective of through Applied Research International Conference 2018 (Istanbul) is to provide a platform and stimulate discussion on various issues of academic and applied nature.
- Humanities/ Social Sciences (Linguistic, Literature, Psychology, Anthropology, Law, Gender Studies, International Relations, Society, Education, Political Science etc.)
- Life Sciences
- Applied Sciences
- Technology/ Engineering
- Mathematics/ Statistics
- Computer Studies/ I.T
Who Should attend?
ARICBSS provides an opportunity for academics, practitioners, consultants, scholars, researchers and policy makers with different backgrounds and experience to present their papers in the conference and exchange and share their experiences, new ideas, research results, as well as discuss the practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted.
Conference committee highly encourage doctorate (PhD) and postgraduate students to present their research proposal or literature review or findings or issues in this conference with a very special registration fees. Case studies, abstracts of research in progress, as well as full research papers will be considered for the conference program for presentation purposes. Listeners and keen learners are also welcomed in a specific category to attend the conference.
Categories of Submissions
ARICON is seeking submission of papers for presentations at the conference in two categories:
- Abstract Submission
Presentation based on Abstract OR Full Manuscript (Optional): All submitted abstracts will undergo a blind review. An abstract/proposal between 350 to 500 words, clearly summarizing the arguments, methodology, results/conclusion and limitations, should be submitted before the deadline. The committee normally reaches its decision within 7-10 days after abstract submission. All abstracts must be submitted in English to firstname.lastname@example.org or by clicking the ‘Abstract Submission’ button on the conference page. All abstracts OR Full-manuscripts will be published online in the conference proceedings with an ISBN and uploaded on ARICON website.
SUBMIT YOUR RESEARCH
The most IMPORTANT DATES to remember are as follows:
- Submit your abstract by 31st May 2019.
- Abstract Feedback: Within 10 days
- Early Bird registration deadline: 15th June 2019
- Regular registration deadline: 15th July 2019
- Conference Dates: 8th – 9th August 2019
- Email your Full Formatted manuscript (Optional) to email@example.com by 31st August 2019
- The proceedings will be published by 15th Sept 2019
Within 10 days of receiving your online abstract submission, we will notify you of the reviewers’ acceptance or rejection, for the conference. If we inform you that it is an acceptance and you would like to publish your research, follow the model format by clicking at
ARICON proceedings are indexed in Neilsen’s U.K which provide access not only in the UK but also Internationally. Later we recommend full papers to our allied journals who possess a range of indexing and archiving which is provided on our website. The publication of paper in journal is subject to the quality of paper and the double blind review report by the journal/s.
Our allied journals are indexed/accessed in (i) WorldCat, (ii) Ulrich’s serials directory, (iii) Cabell’s directories of Educational Curriculum & Methods and Educational Psychology and Administration, (iv) Proquest, (v) ,EBSCO DataBase (vi) Genamics, (vii) the Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA 2012) list compiled by the Australian Research Council, and (viii) Google Scholar (ix) JSTORE (x) Re-PEc (xi) WorldCat (xii) Directory of Open Journals (DJOJ) (xiii) J-Gate etc.
ARICON also provide the facilities of Virtual Presentation to a limited number of applicants, depending on first come first basis. Each registered author, irrespective of whether he or she submits a formatted manuscript for publication, will receive a Certificate of Participation at the conference.
ARICON & NAIROBI UNIVERSITIES:
We are aligned with top ranking universities in Kenya. We welcome international research community to join us and be the part of these academic sessions.
- Lake Naivasha, Crescent Island & Hell’s Gate
- Lakes Nakuru, Naivasha & Crescent Island
- Amboseli Village
- Nairobi National Park Tour –
- Nairobi Full Day City Tour. …
Highlights of Nairobi- ARICBTH 2019 Destination
The Nairobi Safari Walk
The Nairobi Safari Walk is based 7 km away from the Nairobi city center just 30 meters from the entrance of the Nairobi National Park. It is kenya’s latest conservation based recreation facility. It’s skilled and creatively designed landscape plays home to a large variety of wildlife species. New concepts and ideas have been incorporated to make the walk visitor-friendly. There is always something new to see and so each visit is exciting and thrilling.
The Center for Multiculturalism was established at Western Caspian University in 2017 to explore and promote the multicultural traditions and experience of our country, which conducts research and analysis in the relevant direction. The head of the center is a well-known international expert on conflicts Arye Gut, Western Caspian University allumni.
Great Rift Valley Weekend Adventure
One of the the places that offers is a spectacular experience. This is just one of the trips that makes Nairobi a favorite destination with travelers to Africa. Guests Travel by safari minibus with pop-up roofs to the Escarpment for a panoramic view of the Great Rift Valley with its extinct volcanoes, salty lakes and farmlands. The trip continues to Lake Naivasha (renowned for its “Happy Valley” notoriety during the colonial rule
Apart from the beautiful scenery the activities that are included in the trip are: Birding, Game Viewing, Exploration, Nature Trails, Boating and Biking
Paradise Lost Day Tour
This trip takes place daily and is an excellent outing for families. Paradise Lost is located on a 54 Acre Piece of Private Land 8 Kilometers from Nairobi, Kenya’s Capital City off Kiambu Road. Paradise Lost is a very popular venue especially for Nairobi Residents at weekends. It is one of the largest picnic spots in Kenya an excellent place for a day trip from Nairobi.
Paradise Lost is also a home to ancient caves and you get a little of Kenyan history as you learn as you how they were formed and who used them. You will find a tropical fauna and flora here in a large variety. There are over a hundred varieties of birds. The nature trail is also exciting for nature lovers as you get to explore the indigenous and exotic trees and of course enjoy the freshness of the atmosphere. Main Activities At Paradise Lost include Bird watching, Nature Trail, A coffee farm tour, Exploration of the caves and Camel Rides.
Karen Blixen Museum & Giraffe Centre
A tour of the Karen Blixen Museum situated at the foot of the Ngong Hills. The Museum was originally the home of Karen Blixen of the Out of Africa fame. This is combined with a visit to the Giraffe Center, an educational centre and part of African Fund for Endangered Wildlife. The park has a small herd of Rothschild’s Giraffe which are endangered species and you will get a chance to feed them.
Nairobi National Park
Visit the Nairobi National Park takes 4hrs,This unique wildlife sanctuary is tucked just 10 kms away from the bustling city centre. Several animal species roam within this park including four members of the big five, exceptional being the elephant. animals to be found here include; lions, leopards, zebras, rhinos, wildebeests, and other species including beautiful bird life. The tour returns to the city centre at sundown.
Day Trip to Lake Nakuru National Park
Depart Nairobi in the morning and drive to the floor of the Rift Valley stopping to marvel at the views of the escarpment along the way. Arrive Lake Nakuru National Park for mid-morning game drive.Its stunning flocks of the lesser flamingoes is brilliant as it turns the lake pink. Proceed for lunch at Lake Nakuru Lodge. Another short game drive where animals expected to be seen Includes Thompson’s and Grant’s Gazelle,Rock Hyrax, Hippo, Leopard, Lion, Rhino, Waterbuck, Impala, Gazelle, Stripped Hyena, Bat eared fox, . Re-stocked mammals include; Lion, Black and white Rhino and the endangered Rothschild’s Giraffe just to mention but a few. drive back to Nairobi arriving early evening. (Courtesy: TripAdvisor)
Nairobi ( Inclusive in Registration fee )
Conference Day 1:
- 09:00 – 17:00 Conference Sessions
- 10:30 break (sweet tea table)
- 12:30 business lunch
- 15:30 break (sweet tea table)
- 17:00 End of Conference Day 1
Conference Day 2:
- 09:00 – 13:00 Conference Sessions
- 10:30 break (sweet tea table)
Karen Blixen museum & giraffe centre
- The Karen Blixen museum is one of a number of very interesting regional museums and archeological and prehistoric sites of the National museums of Kenya. Located 10km from the city centre, the Museum belongs to a different time period in the history of Kenya. The farm house gained international fame with the release of the movie ‘Out of Africa’ an Oscar winning film based on Karen’s an autobiography by the same title. Visitors are encouraged to be at the Museum by 8.00 am – 5.30 pm. Guided tours are offered continuously.
- A museum shop offers handicrafts, posters and postcards, the Movie ‘Out of Africa’, books and other Kenyan souvenirs.
- Beautifully landscaped gardens and encompassing view of the Ngong Hills, the Museum has continued to a be very popular destination for international and local visitors. The original kitchen has been restored and is now open for viewing. A Dove Stove similar to the one used by Blixen is on display, as are other period kitchen utensils. Reconstruction of the coffee factory as an additional attraction is underway and other early farm machinery is also on display, depicting the early settler life in Kenya.
- Later proceed to the giraffe centre to see and feed the famous rothschild giraffe.
The giraffe center was started by Jock Leslie-Melville, the Kenyan grandson of a Scottish Earl, when he and his wife Betty captured a baby giraffe to start a programme of breeding giraffe in captivity at their home in Langata – home of the present centre. Since then the programme has had huge success, resulting in the introduction of several breeding pairs of Rothschild Giraffe into Kenyan national parks.
The giraffe centre is located Langata, approximately 5 km from the centre of Nairobi, Kenya. It was established in order to protect the endangered Rothschild giraffe, giraffa camelopardalis rothschildi, that is found only in the grasslands of Africa. In 1979, Leslie-Melville added an education centre to his (then still private) giraffe sanctuary. By 1983 he had raised enough money to establish the Giraffe Visitor’s Centre as a tourist destination in Nairobi. The center is also home to several warthogs which freely roam the area along with the giraffes. The main attraction for visitors is feeding giraffes from a raised observation platform.
Conference Day 3 (**optional)
Kiambethu Tea Farm Tour ( From Nairobi ) Limuru, Tigoni – Kenya
A visit to the farm makes a memorable excursion, including a superb lunchtime buffet, visit insight into the growing and making of tea.
Kiambethu tea farm is just 40 Minutes from the heart of Nairobi and in limuru and provides a tranquil insight in the life of a settler farm. A visit or a stay at Kiambethu tea farm makes a memorable time and it includes delicious meals, a visit to the indigenous forest, insights to the making and growing of tea provided by the hosts.
Kiambethu Tea Farm: Kiambethu tea farm is located at an altitude of 7000 feet above sea level and has lush acres of tea plantations that seem to vanish in the horizon. Two English families, Mitchell & McDonnell in the early 1900’s, built the Estate. These families are said to be the first to have ventured into the tea business. You will also have a lecture on the area and about the production of tea. In the afternoon, a walk through the tea plantations and forests will display the conditions needed for the growth of tea.
Kiambethu Tea Farm is one of Kenya’s oldest tea farms. It’s a family run business run by Marcus and Fiona Mitchell and it is here where you get to enjoy a ‘tea luncheon’ with them.
Kiambethu Tea Farm, the family home of one of the earliest tea growers in Kenya, is situated 30 Km away from Nairobi. The farm dates back to 1910 and the present house set amidst colorful gardens, has been home to four generations. At Kiambethu the guests are given an insight into the tea making process followed by an opportunity to see tea in the field.
Accompanied by the resident Kenyan guide, guests can also take a short walk into the small indigenous forest and learn about the plants and how they were used traditionally, watch the Colobus monkeys and birds who are resident in the gardens or just enjoy the sweeping views across the tea fields to the Ngong Hills.
Kiambethu Tea Farm in Limuru
On your arrival at the Kiambethu Tea Estate, you will be guests for lunch and afternoon tea. The Kiambethu Estate is located at an altitude of 7000 feet above sea level, in a truly magnificent garden with views of the spectacular Mount Kilimanjaro and the Ngong hills and has lush acres of tea plantations that seem to vanish in the horizon. Two English families, Mitchell & McDonnell in the early 1900’s, built the Estate.
These families are said to be the first to have ventured into the tea business. You will also have a lecture on the area and about the production of tea.
In the afternoon, a walk through the tea plantations and forests will display the conditions needed for the growth of tea.
The lecture on growth of tea is a good learning experience. For instance, you will see tea pickers on the farm plucking the top two leaves and bud from each plantation.
Tea needs good rainfall, which is plenty in the region so tea is picked all year round.