Abstract Submission Rules
RULES TO BE CONSIDERED WHILE SENDING ABSTRACT OR POSTER
TITLE : Title length should not exceed two lines, and must be written in all capital letters
AUTHORS : Principal Author, Second Author, and Third Author etc. Type family name first, followed by initials, not qualifications.
Followed by affiliation (name of organization).Author names without specifying the exact title name, should be written as:
last name, first name and institution / city / country and the name of the author presenting the paper should be underlined.
FORMAT : Abstracts must be typed and be submitted via e-mail (Microsoft Word files preferred). All information must be set out in
the following order: Title, Authors and Affiliations, Objectives, Method, Results, and Conclusions.
ABSTRACT : Abstract should include all of the study.
OBJECTIVE : Study should expalin the purpose of the project.
METHOD : Briefly outline the project, methods used
RESULTS : Summarize results, include adequate evidence to support
CONCLUSION : Briefly indicate main conclusion/s
Abstracts should be sent in full text, because they are going to be published as a book to be distributed at the congress.
It should be maximum of 500 words, and should not exceed one A4 page.
Abstracts will be published as submitted; therefore, therefore no editing will be performed.
The relevance of the paper or poster to particular topic (see the list above) should be clearly stated.
It should be stated if it is meant as oral presentation or poster presentation or oral and poster presentation.
The studies which doesn’t have clear results or studies which involve phrases like results will be presented at the meeting, will not be accepted.
All text should be written in mono-spaced font Arial 11 pt.
There should be no space left between two paragraphs. Space must be left at the beginning of paragraph as 5 strokes (a TAB).
Abbreviations used in the text should be written as their original long state in parentheses.
The Posters should be 70 cm wide and 90 cm tall. Posters should be arranged to be readable from a distance of at least 1 meter