Poster Guidelines

Please use the given template to prepare poster. Download poster template here.

  • All the text in the poster must be written in English without any grammatical errors. However, specific terminology or local names can be written in Roman and be italicized
  • The poster (text and graphics) should be easily readable from a distance of about 2 m. As a thumb rule, the text should be readable if the poster is printed out on an A4 sheet (e.g. Arial >24 points).
  • The size of the flex should be vertical, 3 ft breadth, and 4 ft height.
  • Use a non-serif font (e.g., Arial) for the poster.
  • The title should be the same as in the accepted abstract title. Title font size should be between 72 – 92 points, as far as possible.
  • The presenting author should be mentioned with an underlined Name.
  • All posters should mention Introduction, Method and Materials, Results, Conclusion, Acknowledgements, and References.
  • The number of references should not exceed five.
  • Short, simple, and bullets should be used to illustrate the points.
  • Text should be broken up by including graphics or photos.
  • Self-explanatory graphics should dominate the poster. The success of a poster directly relates to the clarity of your illustrations and tables.
  • Avoid using jargon, acronyms, or unusual abbreviations.
  • Acknowledgments/further information: The individuals as well as the funding organization should be thanked.
  • The e-copy of the poster should be emailed to before 27 October 2023. The file name should be poster_Presenting author last name.pdf/pptx.