Researchers, listen. Here is something that may interest you. Have you ever felt that, after all the hard work you have done, when it comes to expressing your findings, you are failing so miserably? You may be good at your field of study, but you also need to learn how to express them correctly, in order for getting the right attention from the right audience. So, for those of you who finds it a little difficult to do so, here is a good news. Research Scholar’s Collective is organizing a workshop on Academic and Popular Writing and Publishing from April 8-10, 2016 at Integrated Rural Technology Centre(IRTC), Mundoor, Palakkad. So, what are you waiting for? Make a quick decision, block the days on your scheduler and register for the workshop.

Before you do so, you may want to know a bit more about the workshop, right? I can understand. So, this article will explain everything you need to know about the Workshop on Academic and Popular Writing and Publishing. Go ahead. Make good use of this opportunity.

Workshop on Academic and Popular Writing and Publishing

This is the fifth in the series of workshops organized by RSC on different stages of social science research. The four earlier workshops were on

  • Preparing Research Proposals
  • Engaging with Quantitative Data
  • Introduction to Qualitative Research
  • Use of ICT in Social Science Research.

Like the earlier workshops, this workshop on Academic & Popular Writing and Publishing has also been planned in such a way to get hands-on experience for the participants on different aspects of academic and popular writing from the experts in the respective fields.

What is Research Scholars’ Collective?

Workshop On Academic and Popular Writing

Research Scholars’ Collective (RSC) is an independent movement of researchers engaged in researching issues related to the state of Kerala in universities in and out of the State. grooming a group of researchers who are committed to social cause and competent in their academic and research skills. The movement is initiated and supported by Social Science Division of Integrated Rural Technology Centre (IRTC), Mundoor, Palakkad and Yuvasamithi, the youth wing of the Kerala Sastra Sahithya Parishad. Apart from organizing workshops on different stages of academic research, RSC also promotes small groups of research scholars on different themes of social science, research projects and study groups.

Who Can Participate?

  • PhD/M Phil Scholars
  • PG students
  • School/College Teachers involved in part time research in any of the Social Science disciplines




Fee Structure

PhD/M Phil Scholars with UGC/ICSSR Fellowship ` 1250
PhD/M Phil Scholars with State University/Without Fellowship ` 750
Post Graduate Students ` 500
Teachers/Workiing Professionals ` 1500

Registration fee includes the charges for food and accommodation on the workshop days and course material.

How to Register?

Registration is open till 31st March 2016 in the website www.irtc.org.in. Participants will be acknowledged by e-mail or phone within 48 hours of online registrattion. Directions for the remittance of registration fee will be sent in the acknowledgment letter. The process of registration will be complete only on receipt of the registration fee.

Participation is limited to 40 individuals




To download the brochure, click here: BROCHURE FOR RSC WORKSHOP

To Register for the workshop, click here:  REGISTER FOR RSC WORKSHOP

Contact Details

For More Details/Queries, Call:

Sethunath R : 9895893570

Prasanth : 8281408250

or mail to rsc.kssp@gmail.com