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NaSCoIT 2013 And Call For Paper



Nepal College of Information Technology proudly presents an International IT Conference on ICT for Glocalization on 28th September 2013.


Important Dates:



    • Abstract Submission: Aug 15, 2013


    • Acceptance Notice: Aug 20, 2013


    • Draft Submission: Sept 8, 2013


    • Final Camera-ready submission: Sept 15, 2013


    • Registration Deadline: September 23, 2013


    • Conference Day: September 28, 2013


    • Venue: Park Village Resort, Budanilkantha, Kathmandu, Nepal





The Sixth NaSCoIT was held on 8th August 2009, fifth on 18th August 2007, fourth 20th May 2006, third on 21st May 2005, second on 15th May 2004 and first on 26th April 2003.


Considering the growing interest towards IT education in the country, an attempt was made by Nepal College of Information Technology (NCIT), for the first time in Nepal, to provide a common platform to IT students for sharing their views and ideas by organizing a national level IT Conference. Prof. Suresh Raj Sharma, Hon. Vice Chancellor of Kathmandu University (KU) inaugurated the fourth NaSCoIT. Rt. Hon. Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers, Mr. Kirtinidhi Bista inaugurated the third edition of NaSCoIT while the Hon. Vice Chancellor of Nepal Academy of Science and Technology (NAST) Prof. Dayanand Bajracharya inaugurated the second and Hon. Vice Chairman of National Planning Commission Dr. Shankar Sharma inaugurated the first NaSCoIT. In these conferences, papers were submitted from home country as well as from abroad including institutions like NCIT, NEC, Kathmandu University, Pulchowk Campus, Technical University of Vienna, Jadavpur University and Sikkim Manipal University.


Every effort is being made to include students studying various IT related subjects in universities/colleges in Nepal as well from abroad.


Conference Theme


Information Communication Technology (ICT) for Glocalization is the main theme of Seventh National Students’ Conference on Information Technology (NaSCoIT 2013).


Sub Theme


Papers are invited from the university/College students (including recent graduates, Ph.D degree holders) in a wide variety of information and technology related areas including, but not limited to:



    • Mobile computing


    • Cloud computing


    • Ubiquitous computing


    • Grid computing


    • Big data


    • Optical Communications and Networking


    • Network management and Services


    • Semantic web Technologies


    • e-governmence


    • ad-hoc networks


    • Security in wireless communication



Paper Submission Guidelines


Paper should be submitted in soft-copy, either by e-mail (, or Pen-drive or CD-Drive in MS-Word, or PDF Format, formatted as per this guideline.



    • Target paper size is A4.


    • All material on each page should fit within a rectangular area left out, after leaving the margin of 1″ from top, bottom and left, and a margin of 0.75″ from the right. The text should be in two equal sized columns with a spacing of 1 cm in-between.


    • Paper Heading: Helvetica 18-point bold Font


    • Authors’ names Helvetica 12-point Font


    • Authors’ Affiliations: Helvetica 10-point Font, run across the full width of the page – one column wide.


    • Authors’ Phone Number: Helvetica 10-point Font


    • Authors’ E-mail Address: Helvetica 12-point Font


    • Body Text: 10-point Times Roman Font


    • Footnotes: 8-point Times New Roman Font, and justified to the full width of the column.


    • References and Citations: 10-point Times New Roman Font, and justified t the full width of the column.


    • Headers and Footers: Should not be included


    • Page Numbering: Should not be numbered


    • Figures and Captions: Tables/Figures/Images in text should be placed as close to the reference as possible. It may extend across both columns to a maximum width of the rectangular text area.


    • Sections Heading: 12-point Times New Roman bold Font, in all-capitals  flush left with an additional 6-points of white space above the section head. Sections and subsequent sub- sections should be numbered and flush left. For a section head and a subsection head together (such as Section 3 and subsection 3.1), use no additional space above the subsection head.


    • Sub-Sections Heading: 12-point Times New Roman bold Font with only the  initial letters capitalized. (Note: For subsections and sub sub sections, a word like the or a is not capitalized unless it is the first word of the header.)


    • Sub-subsections Headings: 11-point Times New Roman italic Font with initial letters capitalized and 6-points of white space above the subsub section head.


    • Columns at Last Page: Should Be Made As Close As Possible to Equal Length



Link to the workshop that we held in Nepal:

Link to the Conference Call for Paper: