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Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies, India

Jointly with

8 International Knowledge Partners is


The 6th National and International Conference on Health and Sports Sciences

17th-18th February, 2023

(Payment can be made at the time of Full Paper Submission)

For National Participants

Faculty, Research Scholars and Students: INR 2000

For MREI Faculty, Research Scholars and Students: INR 1000

For International Participants

Faculty: $150
Research Scholars and Students: $100

For MREI Faculty, Research Scholars and Students: INR 1000


Sports Education

Sports Psychology and Mental health

Sports and Technology

Sports and Physiotherapy

Sports Performance and Nutrition

Sustainable Development

Health and Well-being

Sports, Culture and Well-beingPage

Sports Science and Medicine

Important Dates

Month Particulars
25 November
Springer Nature Edited Book Abstract
5 December
Abstract Submission
15th January
Full Paper Submission
17th -18th February 2023
Conference Dates
March 2023
Submission of Revised Papers by Authors
April 2023
Publication of Conference Proceedings in Springer Nature Edited Volume

Knowledge Partners


In today’s web of interconnected world, quality of life has improved, and communication has become very fast. While we celebrate our past, we also witness modifications and adaptations and the infusion of new elements in our relationships. The contemporary dynamics of the region and the fast-changing global society bring new ideas and pose different challenges. Asian countries should work proactively to highlight the positivity and good things that are happening in their countries and engage more constructively to address pressing transnational problems. The fusion of cultural past could be enriched further through robust cooperation among the countries. Besides, The COVID-19 pandemic has had devastating impacts on countries and geographies across the world. Not only the economy, but COVID-19 has also alerted our lifestyle, health, human relationships and approaches, and has brought in a new normal. Countries are undergoing paradigm shifts in doing business. No country can fight the pandemic single-handedly, and a coordinated and cooperative response is the way to go. Overall, the new normal calls for a shift in the understanding and nuances of how to strengthen cooperation and collaboration by leveraging each other’s, as well as situational, opportunities to lead to higher prosperity and stability for Asian countries.

For instance, the WHO Sports and Health Programme was established to capitalize on the great potential of helping people worldwide lead healthy lives through promoting participation in sports and working with the sports community to advance health for all to ensure achieving universal health coverage, addressing health emergencies and promoting healthier populations. Amidst the Covid 19 pandemic, within a world which is mired and grappling with the challenges of blended learning using a hybrid mode, such a conference will bring diverse stakeholders from various parts of the world come together to share ideas for social innovation for the new normal challenges.  

Thematic Areas for the Conference 

Sports Education 

  • Physical Education and Fitness, Health and Wellbeing 
  • Innovative pedagogies of Sports Education

Sports Psychology and Mental Health

  • Sports Psychology , Recreation ,Health and Nutrition in Psycho-Social Well Being
  • Sports Medicines and Health Sciences

Sports and Technology

  • Sports ,Technology and Education
  • Sports Community and Health education

Sports and Physiotherapy

  • Body and Fitness
  • Body Toning and body physiology in sports

Sports Performance and Nutrition

  • Regional Initiatives on Clean Sports , Sports Education and Sustainability
  • Inter-University sports culture for healthy living 

Sports Culture and Wellbeing 

  • Regional Initiatives on Sports and cultural cooperation
  • Sports and Yoga

Health and Well Being  

  • Health Promotion and Rehabilitation
  • Disease Prevention 
  • Health Informatics
  • Well Being

Sustainable Development 

  • Sustainable Health Development 
  • Social Innovation in Health
  • Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Sports Science and Medicine

  • Sports Medicine
  • Sports Physiology
  • Sports Biomechanics
  • Sports Nutrition
  • Sports Biochemistry and Genetics

International keynote Speakers and Honourable Guests

Dr. Wallapa Choeibuakaew Thaksin University, Thailand
Prof. Madya Dr. Gunathevan Elumalai UPSI, Malaysia
Prof. Dr. Wawan Sundawan Suherman Yogyakarta State University, Indonesia
Prof Dr. Marlene Naicker Professor, King's College, London
Dr. Mahenderan Appukutty Faculty of Sports Science & Recreation Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) Malaysia
Dr. Imam Waluyo Founder Cahaya Padma Kumara Foundation, Jakarta, Indonesia
Associate Prof. Dr. Thawach Chitrakan PSU Wit, Thailand
Dr. Ida Samidah Dehasen University, Indonesia
Dr. Kanit Hnuploy Suratthani Rajabhat University, Thailand
Professor (Honorary) Oleksandr Krasilshchikov PhD School of Health Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia

Honorable Guest

Bhaichung Bhutia
Padma Shri
Indian Footbaler
Shusma Rana
Indian Shooter
(Gold Medalist Commonwhealth Games)
Shri. Pankaj Singh
MLA, Uttar Pradesh legislative Assembly
Padma Bhushan Pullela Gopichand Indian badminton player Dronacharya Award for Badminton 2009
Piyush Jain Secretary at Physical education Foundation of India
Prof. Chinappa Reddy Chief Patron, NAPESS
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