The Lalit, Chandigarh, India
This session will offer an effective forum for the exchange of information & means to communicate ideas, research & programmes*
The size of the poster is 1.5 ft width x 2 ft height or 18 inches width x 24 inches height.
*Registration is compulsory to present the poster
Suggested Poster Components :
Title and author(s) with affiliation(s)
Introduction: Introduce the topic with an outline including background information, purpose of the study and relevance describing how this research will add new information in the field.
Methods: Describe the steps you used for your project.
Results/Data Analysis: More space should be devoted to your results than to any other section. Data should be displayed in graphs or tables that are easy to read and clearly labelled. All figures should have a figure legend explaining what type of experiment was performed, a brief description of the data, and what the results demonstrate. This can include diagrams or pictures presenting techniques or outlining experimental design. The number of figures should not include more than 5.Do not duplicate the results in the tables/figures and text.
Discussion/Conclusions: Summarize the main points.
References: Cite and reference any sources of information, other than your own, at the end of the poster.
Contact details of presenter
During the session
Presenters are expected to be available at their posters during the assigned presentation time to discuss methods and results with interested colleagues. If a presenter has more than one poster to present, then it is the presenter’s responsibility to identify a co‐author to present as necessary.
Giving handouts that summarize the poster helps viewers take away the main points of the poster.
After the session
It is the responsibility of the presenter to disassemble their poster at the end of the session. The organisers will not be responsible for posters left at the end of session and all such posters will be discarded