Guidelines for Oral presentation by Young Women Scientists

1.     The total time allotted to each speaker is 7 minutes. You should plan to speak for 5 minutes and leave 2 minutes for questions. Number of slides to be presented should not be more than 10.

2.     Using more than allotted time will not be allowed and taken negatively for evaluation for the best presentation award.

Refer to the final conference program for the time and location of your session.

Guidelines for Flash Talk.  [Template for Flash Talk (Click here to download)]

1.   Flas Talk has to be presented digitally in the form of one picture (pdf or jpeg) displayed on the screen and the presenter will speak for maximum of 3 minutes.

2.   Be sure to include the abstract title, author (indicate presenting author using an * mark) and co-author names, and the institution(s) where research is underway, including your Author ID and e-mail address.

3.  The poster should include following details viz, Introduction/Background, Methods, Results -discussion, Conclusions, key references and acknowledgement. (Note: Posters should stimulate discussion, not give a long presentation. Therefore, keep text to a minimum, emphasize graphics, and make sure every item included in your poster is necessary and ideas flow logically from one section to the next).

4.   There should be one slide including Introduction, Methodology, Results and Conclusion.

5.   Kindly ensure that the title of the poster should be legible from 20 feet away while Body text should legible from 6 feet away.

6.   Refer to the final conference program for the time and location of your poster session. 

Guidelines for Poster presentation (All the Participants whose abstract is not selected for Oral/Flash-Talk will be given opportunity for Poster Presentation)

Each poster should have the conference name on the top.

1. Choose the font size and style wisely such that the Title of the paper, author names, affiliation and the content are clearly visible.

2. The title of the Poster should be the same as that submitted in the Abstract.

3. Make sure the text is easy to read and concise.

4. Information shown through Figures/illustrations should be clearly visible against the background of the poster.

5. To ensure uniformity and quality of poster, we recommend that the poster should not be more than 3 feet in width and 4 feet in height.

6. All presenters are recommended to preside at their poster panel during the session for anticipated discussions with the participants.

7. Adhesive tapes and push pins will be provided