1st International Conference on Education

The Changing Educational Landscape 

Globalization of education has significantly influenced the systems and processes at all levels from preschool to higher education. Like other fields, education is in a constant flux; the purpose, the pedagogies, the content and the methods of assessments are continuously evolving. Parents and students want better quality of education that could facilitate a holistic development of personality, including a creative and critical mindset and a constructivist disposition. A crucial facet of education is to hone skills and knowledge for global citizenship and human capital. Research underscores trends and shifts in educational paradigms which are being practiced in the current global milieu. This evolution in education has a direct impact on the society and the economy of a country. Pakistan being an Islamic democratic state, needs to embrace diversity, modernity and all the 21st century ideas and skills, keeping in view its core values. This conference will help amalgamate the international practices with the national and local context.

The Department of Education invites educationists, academicians, practitioners, teachers, and researchers to put forward their ideas, philosophies and findings at the 1st International Conference on Education (ICE 2022).

Call for Papers




Institute of Business Management (IoBM) is one of the leading higher education institutions in Pakistan which broadens its focus in response to new trends in the rapidly expanding field of education and management. The Department of Education at IoBM offers state of the art degree programs, workshops, seminars, webinars, and conferences for the development of education sector at large. It is one of the most vibrant departments at IoBM, which promotes the vision and mission of the institution by amalgamating research and hands-on learning experiences. The degree programs currently being provided by the Department of Education are B.Ed Honors, MBA Educational Management, MPhil in education and PhD in education.



Shaheed Benazir Bhutto University, Shaheed Benazirabad
The Sindh Education and Literacy Department (SELD-PPP Node)
Education Resource Development Center (ERDC)
The Citizens Foundation (TCF)

Kathryn Richardson

Kathryn Richardson is Professor of Language Education, Head of the Language Centre Department, and Head of the School of Languages, Linguistics and Film (SLLF), one of the eight schools in the Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences at Queen Mary University of London.
Kathryn steers the SLLF School strategy in terms of education, research and public engagement across its five departments of Modern Languages & Culture, Comparative Literature & Culture, Linguistics, Film and the Language Centre. As Head of the Language Centre, she leads on programmes that prepare overseas and home students to excel in their university degrees as well as leading on programmes which prepare students for employability as global citizens. For both the SLLF School and the Language Centre, Kathryn builds on and enhances the University’s reputation both internationally and in the UK by overseeing the education agenda: programme design & delivery, teacher development & training, student/staff co-creation of curricula. This is to ensure student satisfaction, achievement and intellectual engagement.
The SLLF School offers direct entry to programmes at all levels from pre-undergraduate to doctoral level but also provides students who are denied direct access the opportunity to study for a Foundation Certificate, to gain access to undergraduate degrees, or a Graduate Diploma, to gain access to master’s degrees. In addition, the School also provides University-wide non-specialist language & culture courses in a range of eight global languages to enhance students’ global employability skills.
As a specialist in education, Kathryn serves on a number of Queen Mary committees which aim to improve student engagement, student experience and student success and exerts influence on the education policies and strategies across the University.  Kathryn is a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. She holds a Graduate Diploma in Higher Education Management, a Master’s degree in Applied Linguistics for English Language Teaching, a DELTA, CELTA, PGCE and an undergraduate degree in Politics and Sociology.

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