Only registered delegates are allowed to submit
the abstract for paper or poster.
The abstract for the paper / poster needs to be
structured (background, aims, methods, results
and conclusion) and within 250 words
The presenting author (or the author who submits
the abstract in case of symposia/workshop) will
be the contact person for all the correspondence
about the presentation.
All abstracts are to be submitted in English,
Times New Roman font, font size 12
Please choose appropriate category related to
your presentation. Do not submit the same
abstract to multiple categories.
The title should be short and concise & must
not be written in capital letters.
The abstract should not contain broad statements
like "The results will be discussed".
You may use standard abbreviations, however,
mention unusual abbreviations in brackets after
the full word, when it appears for the first
Use numerals to indicate numbers, except at the
beginning of a sentence.
Last date for submission of Abstracts is the
Extended till 22nd sep 2022.
All submissions will be acknowledged by email
only. So, please provide your current working E
mail ID along with Mobile number (The Organizing
Committee shall not be responsible if you do not
receive any response if you provide wrong email
Scientific Program Information
The scientific program will comprise of invited
lectures, plenary sessions, symposia, focused
workshops, panel discussions, free papers and
All submissions should be done in word document
format only, not by pdf format.
The abstracts should be sent to
Last date for submission of symposia, workshops,
free papers and poster abstracts: 30th Sep,
Instructions for Abstract
All Abstracts are to be submitted online.
During the on-line submission process, mention the
presenting author, the presenting author’s contact
information, and the names of all co-authors.
Please ensure the e-mail address of the presenting
author/ corresponding is accurate, as this will be
the sole method of communication regarding
There is a limit of 250 words for each abstract
including Title, Introduction, Methodology,
Results, Discussions and Key words. All abstracts
must be provided in English. There is also an
option on writing non-structured abstract within
the given word limit. Abstracts cannot be edited
You will receive an e-mail confirmation of
Registration is mandatory for the presenting
authors at the time of presentation in
categories of free paper, Workshop & Symposium
Presentations, and Poster Presentations.
All presentations should be made in MS office.
A preview room/ table shall be operational in
the conference area. All presentations of
respective halls shall be centrally coordinated
from this preview room. The Presenter must
submit his / her PowerPoint / audio / video in
preview room, at least 12 hours before his / her
The presenter can preview/modify his / her
presentation in the preview room well in
The specific date and time of the presentation
along with the location will be shared with you
couple of weeks before the conference and will
also be updated on the website. All are kindly
requested to visit the website for details of
the Scientific Program on regular basis for
Free Paper Guidelines
Please be present in the allocated hall at least
30 minutes prior to your allocated session.
You are requested to have a 8-10 slide
The time allocated for free paper presentation
is 10 mins (8 minutes+ 2 minutes discussions)
Tips for PowerPoint
Use a reasonable size font (size 20-24) and
don’t cram too much information on each slide.
Follow the 6×6 or 7×7 rule (lines per slide and
words per line)
Charts/tables/graphs in your slides should be
readable for the audience – or consider putting
it on a separate handout for attendees to
download & print before the session.
Use citations and provide any copyright
permissions (see Disclosure / Presentation of
Content Guidelines above)
Cite all images!
Poster Presentation Specifications
When designing posters, you should aim to make
them eye-catching in order to maximize interest.
Think about the main colors, layout, fonts and
Some Practical tips:
Specific sections (such as the background,
methods, results and conclusions) are easy to
locate on the poster.
Design your posters so that they can be quickly
read; avoid large blocks of text and long
Font size should be large enough to be read at a
distance - the minimum font size is 18pt for
text and 36pt for headings.
Supporting images (graphs, tables,
illustrations, photographs, etc.) can be very
Avoid information overload. Posters must not
exceed a maximum of 5ft (height) and 3 ft
All posters must be presented in portrait style.
Please note that the peak times for viewing
posters will be during lunch and during breaks
for refreshments in both the morning and
afternoon sessions. Presenters are asked to be
available on their poster boards to answer any
questions delegates may have during these times.