Paramanand Institute of Yoga Sciences & Research
Paramanand Campus, Khandwa Road, Indore-452020 (M.P.) India
Research papers are invited to be submitted as per guidelines. All papers presented will be published with ISSN The best paper award will also be given.
General aim and format A poster is a graphically based approach to presenting research. In presenting your research with a poster, you should aim to use the poster as a means for generating active discussion of the research. Limit the text to about one-fourth of the poster space, and use "visuals" (graphs, photographs, schematics, maps, etc.) to tell your "story." Lettering Word-process all text should be readable from five feet away. Use a minimum font size of 18 points. Lettering for the title should be large (at least 70-point font). Use all capital letters for the title. Design and layout specifications The entire poster will be printed into flex on a 40" x 60" frame or loose. (This cost around Rs150 to 350) The board must be oriented in the "landscape" position (long dimension is horizontal). A banner displaying your poster title, name, and country should be positioned at top-center of the board (see Figure 1). Make it obvious to the viewer how to progressively view the poster. The poster generally should read from left to right, and top to bottom. Numbering the individuals panels, or connecting them with arrows is a standard "guidance system" (see Figure 1). Leave some open space in the design. An open layout is less tiring to the eye and mind.
Word-process all text should be readable from five feet away. Use a minimum font size of 18 points. Lettering for the title should be large (at least 70-point font). Use all capital letters for the title.
Keep the text brief. Blocks of text should not exceed two paragraphs (viewers won't bother to read more than that). Use text to (a) introduce the study (what hypothesis was tested or what problem was investigated? why was the study worth doing?), (b) explain visuals and direct viewers attention to significant data trends and relationships portrayed in the visuals, and (c) state and explain the interpretations that follow from the data. In many cases, conclusions can be summarized in a bullet-point list., The text could also include sections on future research plans or questions for discussion with viewers. Cite and reference any sources of information other than your own, just as you would do with a research paper. The "References Cited" is placed at the end of the poster in smaller fonts. Visuals
Present numerical data in the form of graphs, rather than tables (graphs make trends in the data much more evident). KEEP IT SIMPLE. Visuals, be simple & bold. Leave out or remove unnecessary details. Make sure that any visual can "stand alone" (i. e., graph axes are properly labeled, arrows and distance scales, symbols are explained, etc.). Use appropriate color to enhance comprehension. Make sure that the text and the visuals are integrated. Each visual should have a brief title.
SIMPLICITY IS THE KEY. Keep to the point, and don't try to cover too many things. Present only enough data to support conclusions. On the other hand, make sure that you present sufficient data to support your conclusions. When you begin to make your poster, first create a list of the visuals that you would use if you were describing your project with only the visuals. Write the text after you have created the list of visuals. Before the poster session, rehearse a brief summary of your project. Many viewers will be in a hurry and will want a quick "guided tour" of your poster. Don't be afraid to point out uncertainties in your work; this is where you may get useful feedback.
Fees: Paper presentation Rs. 1,000/-
Students Rs. 700/-
Poster presentation Rs. 700/-
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