Session Breakup of Submissions Received by JIT Submission Deadline

As you might be aware the JIT Submissions are closed. We are very happy with the response we’ve got so far.

Totally we’ve received 241 submissions.

Following is the stage wise breakup of the proposals:

stage wise breakup

Following is the breakup according to the levels (very happy to see a large number of sessions in the practicing space):

Level wise breakup

Following is the breakup according to the session types: (again not surprised to see a large number of talks):

Session Type Breakup

Lastly, the duration wise breakup of the sessions:

Duration wise breakup

Also we’ve received 22 research papers from the following countries. Selected papers will be published by IEEE Publications.

Research Stage

Also, we are happy to have totally 184 unique presenters (159 primary presenters and 38 secondary presenters.) 

Currently we are reviewing all these proposals. You should see the final list by end of November.

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