2nd Public Health & Dietary Lifestyle

Oral Presentation Guidelines

Prepare presentations in 16:9 aspect ratio format for wide screen viewing. Use a non-serif font (e.g., Arial)

  • Slide No. 1: Title & Introduction
  • Slide No. 2: Need for the Study, Hypothesis Aims and Objectives of the project
  • Slide No. 3: List out the Materials & Methods employed for the study.
  • Slide No. 4-6: Discuss the results obtained with Infographics, Tables, etc.
  • Slide No. 7: Brief and concise summary and conclusion of the research project. Prospects of the research project may be added.
  • Slide No. 8: Mention the acknowledgement (if any) and list out the references.

if you are unable to attend the conference in person but still need your work to be presented and published virtual presentation option is available

Poster Guidelines

  • A poster should include Introduction, Methods, Results, Conclusions Recommendations, and acknowledgements.
  • Use short sentences, simple words, and bullets to illustrate the points.
  • Text should be broken up by including graphics or photos. Self-explanatory graphics should dominate the poster.
  • Avoid using jargon, acronyms, or unusual abbreviations.
  • Use a non-serif font (e.g., Arial) for the poster.
  • No trade names should be used for drugs, devices, or instrumentation. Any medications or substances referred to in the materials must be identified by their scientific names only.
  • Interactive content/features that can be viewed using smartphones is allowed (for example, additional graphs, animations, videos related

Virtual Presentation Guidelines

  • Select the ideal background, then optimise the lighting.
  • Make sure your PC is directly connected to your modem with an Ethernet connection. You'll get the best signal and the most reliable internet
  • connection from doing this. Use the same computer and internet connection for practise as when you really deliver the presentation.
  • Examine the webcam connection, then go closer so that the camera only captures your face, neck, and shoulders.
  • Ensure that your voice is clearly audible. External microphones or headphones may perform better than PC audio.
  • Just as in face-to-face presentations, audiences connect to authenticity, so be yourself when presenting! Allow your personality to shine.

Featured Speakers

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Dr. Srinivasa K. Rao,
United States
Mr. Yamnishh Kaul,

Journal & Publication

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Foods and Raw Materials

ISSN : 2308-4057

International Journal of Agro Nutrifood Practices

ISSN : 2583-066X

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Effect of Botanical leaf priming on physiological changes in chickpea
Plant Based Nanoparticles And Their Potential Applications

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