Call For Paper
If you would like to submit a paper, you should first prepare an abstract of it and
submit before 30 December using the conference submission tool.
Accepted abstracts/paper will be presented in the conference and will be considered for long papers, which could be published either in the Conference Proceedings Book or in the special issues of the journals with which the Conference will agree their publication after a standard scientific review process.
International Advisory Board will select the most relevant papers to be presented orally at the Conference. This will be done after reaching the abstract submission deadline to ensure that the proposed paper is relevant for the Conference. Notification of paper acceptance to be presented orally will be sent before 6 November 2010.
Those papers which have not been selected to be presented orally will be able to be presented as posters or virtual papers.
You are recommended to read the following instructions before preparing your Presentation:
Each talk is 10 minutes long. Use the available time in the proper way. Oral presentations timing will be listed in the Conference Program to let attendees select the talks they wish to attend. Consequently, sessions chairpersons will strictly enforce these time limits. The following points should be taken into consideration when preparing your oral presentation:
- Ideally, use Microsoft PowerPoint to prepare your presentation. Please, inform by mail if you need any special software or equipment.
- Wording should be large and as legible as possible.
- Colors and background of slides have a large impact. White letters reversed out of a black background are far more effective than black letters on a white background. Yellow lettering on a blue background provides a good visual effect.
- Simple and effective graphics will enhance the presentation. Information presented in the form of ‘pie charts’, bar charts or graphs is easier to relate and understand than lists of information.
- Excessive use of animations (e.g. titles flying in from right & left) should be avoided.
- Each slide should contain only the main points that need to be conveyed. . These main points can be elaborated upon in the talk.
- Where possible each slide should be restricted to one idea.
- Handouts provided during the session are discouraged.
- Ensure that you are available only 15 minutes before (prior15 minutes) the start of the session in which your presentation is scheduled. Presenters are advised to load their presentations in the laptop/computer provided by the Organization during the previous break before their talks.
- The Organization will provide presenters with the usual visual equipment for this kind of presentations, which will include a laptop with Windows O.P. and a laser pointer. If you needed another kind of visual equipment, please let us know. Technical support will be provided by the Organization.
Only Microsoft Word files (.doc) will be accepted. Save your abstract that you wish to submit using your surname and the first four words of the title (example: Deshmukh_Bacterial_diversity_associated_lake.doc).
We strongly recommend to use Times New Roman font through out, for direct reproduction and convenient online submission, The abstract should substantially outline the content of the presentation.
The reference(s) to literature within the text should be placed in square brackets and cited at the bottom of the abstract. It should be mentioned that without any reference, the abstract will be ignored when indexed by some scientific literature database suppliers. Example of journals  and books :
 Pathan, J.Y., Saxsena Y., and Patil, W. 2004. Actinomycetal diversity associated with the marine fish in China Yellow Sea. Jour. Microbiol. Sci.. 42: 476-479.
 Nanjer, T. and Neopert, W. 2005. Changing physiology of endospore producing actinomycetes. In: The Biology and Biodiversity of Actinomycetes (Tismann, A. and Garate, C., Eds), pp. 53-83. Pama Publishing Ltd. Mumbai.
Guide To Abstract Preparation
All authors are kindly requested to follow the guidelines and template format when (while) preparing their abstract. The body of the abstract (not exceeding 250 words). should include the following information: Purpose of study, Methods, Results and Conclusions.
A contest for the student “Best Paper Award” will be held and an award will be given.
TITLE OF THE PRESENATION: CAPITAL LETTERS, 14PT, CENTERED, IN BOLD
Author(s):12pt, Author presenting the paper be underlined. Do not give designations/ title.
Address : 12pt, Department, Institution, City, State, Country, Pin/ Zip code, e-mail ID
Abstract : 12pt, use single line space
Key words: Maximum three.
Special characters should be avoided in the title, e.g. α which can be typed as alpha. Abstract must be written in English within one A4 page with the following margin settings: all margins are 3cm from the corresponding edges, and the binding position is 0.5cm from the left edge.(left=1.5 inch, top bottom and right=1 inch)
Figure and table: One figure or table is acceptable in the abstract. The figure should be of good quality (at least 300dpi for a photo and 600dpi for a line art).
Send email attachment to: abstractbtbt email@example.com
Abstract will be included in the proceedings only after payment of registration fee.
If you cannot attend the conference in Aurangabad but you are interested in participating in this conference virtually, have a look at the virtual participation section. Thinking on those researchers directly related with the conference topics but unable to attend it personally (usually due to insufficient funding to cost all the conference expenses: travel, accommodation, registration, etc.), a Virtual Participation mode has been established, with the same validity than the physical one.
Registered virtual participants are entitled to:
- Presentation of one virtual paper, which will be exhibited at the virtual participation online platform.
Authors can prepare these papers using Power Point, Flash or similar software, or video recordings. There are not restrictions in the number of slides for virtual presentations and videos can be as long as authors like. All usual video formats will be accepted.
Once virtual papers are uploaded at the virtual participation online platform, the rest of conference participants will be able to see and comment presentations in 5 different ways: using voice (with a mic or phone), text, audio file, or video (via a webcam). Virtual participants will be requested to reply or discuss the commentaries/ questions of their works.