Partnership & Collaboration

Partnership & Collaboration

Would You Like to be Partner with Us!

3rd South Asia Conference on Interdisciplinary Research 2021 (SAIR’21) currently offering collaborative opportunities for various of universities / organisations, academic professionals and industrial experts. You can contribute to SAIR’21 as well as gain visibility to your product and service or more value-added and networking opportunities to your respective academic and industrial life.

According to the agreement with two parties (University / Organization and SAIR’21 International Conference) following benefits will be offered to the Partners:

  • Opportunity for university / Organization representatives to be a keynote speaker, Plenary Speaker, Invited speaker & guest speaker.
  • Opportunity for university / Organization to be a Hosting Partner, Academic Partner, Strategic Partner, Industrial Partner, Publication Partner & Media Partner.
  • Opportunity for university / Organization representatives to join the scientific Reviewing Committee of abstracts and full papers.
  • Opportunity for university / Organization representatives to be a session chair & member of evaluation panel of the conference.
  • Opportunity to include the university / Organization logo in all Printed and Digital Media platforms of the Conference.
  • Opportunity for university / Organization representatives to be an Academic executive member, advisory board member & international Scientific Committee member.
  • Opportunity to distributing the University / Organization promotional materials in the conference.
  • Discount applicable for university / Organization representatives.
  • Number of Complementary registrations.

Please Note :
The above-mentioned considerations applicable only upon the acknowledgement of the MOA (Memorandum of Agreement) and conditions are subject to change with the mutual consent of both parties in the agreement.

Send your request for Partnership & Collaboration for email – with subject as a Partnering Request