Call for Scientific Papers: Delegates interested in presenting papers as oral or poster need to submit the scientific paper as per the guidelines given below.
Guidelines for Paper Preparation: The full text paper (e-version preferably in a CD and one hard copy) formatted to A4 (210 mm x 297 mm) size, after having been scrutinized and accepted, will be printed as received, by offset process. Therefore, the text of the paper in English must confirm strictly to the following requirements and be free from errors.
Template as per:
|Top/bottom margin||25 mm (on first page 35 mm)|
|Left/right margin||25 mm (all pages)|
|Typing area||160 mm x 247 mm (including folio), single space single column|
|Total pages||8-10 pages including figures, tables, photographs, references etc., if any.|
|Font type||Times New Roman/Arial|
|Title||14 point BOLD CAPITALS|
|Author's Name||12 point Bold Upper-Lower (Do not prefix name with/Ms./Dr./Prof.)|
|Affiliation (designation, organisation and place)||11 point italics|
|E Mail ID, Telephone number & Mobile||11 point|
|Organisation web URL||11 point|
|Main headings||10 point BOLD CAPITALS|
|Subheadings||10 point Bold Upper-Lower|
|Text||10 point normal|
|Laser Print or letter quality|
The paper title, name(s) of author(s), affiliation and address, center justified, should be typed in a space of 50 mm from the top margin on the first page. The paper should begin with a synopsis of not more than 200 words describing the aim(s) of the work, methods, results obtained and conclusions. Type the headings, subheadings and paragraphs aligned with the left-hand margin (Align Left). Text justified on both sides is preferred. Use double space between paragraphs, and between section headings/subheadings and paragraphs. Do not number paragraphs, but number section and sub-sectional headings except synopsis, in conformity with established convention. The manuscript should be prepared by using MS Word (suitable for Windows). Figures should be drawn in black Indian Ink on translucent paper or acetate material (Gateway Tissue) with lettering of appropriate size using stencils. The figures should be placed nearest to the first reference in the text. Photographs on glossy paper may be included, if absolutely necessary. The authors must send brief bio-data (100 words) and the recommendations that they would like to be considered as a part of the conference based on their presentations.