Science City, Ahmedabad, Gujarat

Agriculture Science (Krushi Vigyan)

Agriculture Science (Krushi Vigyan)Agriculture Science(Krushi Vigyan) is to meet society's food and textile needs in the present without compromising the

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Environmental Science (Paryavaran Vigyan)

Environmental Science (Paryavaran Vigyan) Where we'll explore the pressing issues of our time with a focus on four key sub-themes.

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Green Energy Green Future

Green Energy Green FutureGreen energy provides real benefits for the environment since the power comes from natural resources such as

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Indian Knowledge System (IKS)

Indian Knowledge System Bharat has a very rich scientific heritage. The Indian Knowledge systems comprise the ancient and contemporary rich

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Life Sciences

Life Sciences Life Sciences is the scientific study of living things. It involves many levels of investiagtion: from the study

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Traditional Built Science Environment

Traditional Built Science Environment India is one of the oldest surviving civilizations of the world with her unique integral science

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Traditional Indian Health Practices

Traditional Indian Health Practices Ayurveda, Siddha, Yoga and Local Traditional Practices are interrelated branches of the same great tree of

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Vasatu evam Sthapathya Vigyan Punji(Archeology and Architect)

Vastu Evam Sthapathya Vigyan Punji(Archeology and Architech) Vastu Evam Sthapathya Vigyan Punji is the study of the material remains of

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Bharatiya Ganit Shastra and Jyotirvigyan

Bharatiya Ganit Shastra and Jyotirvigyan Bharatiya Ganit Shastra and Jyotirvigyan (Astronmy) is a natural science that studies celestial objects and

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Innovation and Technology for Public Safety

Innovation and Technology for Public Safety For safety professionals, technology is still a versatile tool that can be used to

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Science Heritage Tourism

Science Heritage Tourism Science Heritage Tourism is a travel topic grouping scientific attractions. It covers interests in visiting and exploring

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Grass Root Innovation

Grass Root Innovation Grassroots innovation is a community-based approach for sustainable development implemented after understanding and analyzing the ground reality.

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Science in Indian Music and Arts

Science in Indian Music and Arts Music is both an art and a science, and music and science are closely

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Science Technology and Society

Science Tehchnology and Society The Science, Technology, and Society Conference invites you to a thought-provoking exploration of the intricate interplay

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Emerging Science and Technology

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Rules for content and structure:
  • Abstracts must be not more than 500 words, excluding the title and excluding the name(s) and institutes/companies of the authors and co-authors.
  • All co-authors must be listed.
  • All listed co-authors must have reviewed the abstract and accepted responsibility for its contents.
  • Abstract titles should not include phone numbers, email or website addresses.
  • No images, tables, graphs, citations or end notes are permitted in the abstract.
  • Active promotion of commercial entities, products or services is not permitted.
The four Cs of abstract writing
Completeness The abstract covers the main part of your research/work
Conciseness The abstract contains no excess words or unnecessary information.
Clarity The abstract is easily read, well organized and without too much jargon
Cohesiveness Different parts of the abstract should be properly linked — ensure that there is a logical and coherent flow
Rules for content and structure:
  • Be sure to include the abstract title, author and coauthor names, and the institution(s) where research isunderway.
  • Place your e-mail address, phone, and fax numbers in the upper right-hand corner of the poster board.
  • It is suggested that you place multiple copies of a reproduction of the abstract in the upper left-hand side of the poster, written with the headings “Introduction/Background,” Methods,” “Results,” and “Conclusions”. Include your contact information on these copies for attendees who desire further information.
  • It is recommended that you hand-carry your poster to the conference, using tubular packaging or a portfolio case. Costs associated with creating and shipping the poster display will be the responsibility of the authors.
  • Refer to your acceptance letter and/or the final conference program for the time and location of your poster session and set-up time.
  • The designated poster presenter (author or coauthor) must be present at the assigned space during the designated time to discuss the work presented.
Tips for Poster Preparation:
  • Posters should stimulate discussion, not give a long presentation. Therefore, keep text to a minimum, emphasize graphics, and make sure every item included in your poster is necessary.
  • Utilize handouts to supplement your poster.
  • Goal: 20% text, 40% graphics, 40% space.
  • Make sure ideas flow logically from one section to the next.
  • Use charts and graphs to illustrate data (avoid large tables of raw data).
  • Use high resolution photographs (web images often will not work).
  • Do not use all capital letters.
  • Be consistent.
  • Keep consistent margins.
  • Keep line spacing consistent.
  • Keep the color, style, and thickness of borders the same.
  • Keep shading consistent.
  • Test readability
  • Title banner should be legible from 20 feet away.
  • Body text should legible from 6 feet away

Important Dates

Sr No.Abstract SubmissionDate
1Last Date of abstract/poster submission05 Dec 2023
2Acceptance by abstract/poster10 Dec 2023
3Submission of Full length papers (For selected oral presentations only)/Final Poster15 Dec 2023
4Last Date of Registration(Exhibition, Science Magic Show, Indian Science Film Festival, Culture Program Etc..)20 Dec 2023

Complete the registrations by paying fees. Paid and registered candidates will only be allowed to attend and present the paper.

Conference ThemeDate
1. Agricultural Science
2. Environmental Science
3. Traditional Indian Health Practices
4. Innovation and Technology for Public Safety
5. Science in Indian Music and Arts
21 December 2023
6. Traditional Built Science Environment
7.  Green Energy Green Future
8. Vasatu evam Sthapathya Vigyan Punji
9. Emerging Science and Technology
22 December 2023

10. Indian Knowledge System

11. Bhartiya Ganit Shashtra & Jyotirvigyan
12. Life Science
13. Science Heritage Tourism
14. Grass Root Innovation

23 December 2023
15. Science, Technology and Society
16. Bhasha Vigyan
24 December 2023