A Poster session is a one-to-one informal discussion between presenters and their audience on a conference-related theme. Presenters post their research design and findings on a poster board; i.e., a brief text clearly labelled and illustrated by photos, charts,graphs,tables.
The presenters will be exhibiting their posters as per the Conference Programme. Presenters’ exact places will be indicated by their names which will be posted on the poster boards.
Exhibits should be set up on 23 February 2018 before inaugural session in the designated area as per the Conference Programme and should be removed immediately after each session. Student assistants will be available for help in the poster area on both days. You are strongly advised to be in the poster area at least 30 minutes prior to the scheduled time of your presentation.
Each bulletin board measures 200cm(width) x 100(height) (about 6.5 x 3.2feet). Posters can be stuck with blue tack or double-sided cellotape.
Authors are requested to be available for questions of your poster during the scheduled poster sessions. In order to efficiently communicate the results of your research to the viewers, you are kindly requested to devote considerable effort in the design of your poster.
Handouts: Although not required, we recommend that you prepare a handout consisting of a short (300 word) abstract followed by an outline of research design, findings and conclusions. You may come with your own printed material. Otherwise, copy centres within the venue vicinity can provide reproductive or graphic services to the conferees. Have at least 50 copies of your handout with you for distribution. Providing A4 takeaway versions of your poster is also encouraged.
If AV equipment or electrical support is required, please notify the Organising Committee and the Conference Secretariat upon submission of your abstract.
Finally, it is often helpful to ask a colleague to function as an objective reader and give you feedback on both the content and the design.
The discussion (if necessary) and conclusions should be succinctly stated on large type. Many viewers read this first and hence it should be easy to understand.
Paper Submission (English)
All papers should be sent as attachments in MS Word format
Abstract: A summary of the paper of 250 words or less.
The paper must have double column. Use Times New Roman 12-point font, double spaced, 1-inch (2.5 cm) margin all around, and 8.5" × 11" page setting. References may be single spaced
Submissions must include title, abstract, keywords, author and affiliation with email address. The general outline should have:
Paper Submission (Hindi)
Use kritidev 010 or Unicode mangal (font size 10). send in Microsoft word.
Other instructions as per English.