A Paper/Poster presentation is a way to communicate your research or your understanding of a topic in a short and concise format. It usually includes two elements - a poster and a brief (usually no more than 2 minutes) explanation.
You will need to analyse and evaluate information, syntheses ideas and creatively demonstrate your understanding of a topic or the findings of your research. Although many students view poster presentations as 'easy', they actually require a lot of thought and preparation.
Paper/Poster presentations develop your ability to communicate perceptively (matching your explanation to your audience) and concisely - an important workplace skill.
The purpose of your Paper/Poster presentation will be shaped by how they are used in your discipline and by the assessment task itself.
Do they indicate the purpose of the Paper/Poster? What is the Paper/Poster expected to achieve? This is your purpose.
Now that you have an idea about why you are creating a poster, start to think about the content you want to include.
Topic for Paper Presentation
Clinical Prescription Management by PG Students all 3 Days
Topics for Poster Presentation
- Clinical Prescription Management in Ayurveda & Medical Cannabis (CBD)
- Career Awareness in Ayurveda
- Lifestyle Disorders Management Through Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy.
Guidelines of Paper/Poster Submission
- Collect some data regarding that with full attention.
- Abstract of content must be maintained properly to be submitted.
- Don’t use dark fonts, keep as simple fonts as long as possible.
- Carry paper that you are going to present must be submitted in hard copies to the coordinator of events.
- Never be elaborate in your Power Point slides.
- Make it simple and explain the content. What are you going to talk with people about your views on that topic?
- Share your knowledge as such in what are you going to mention very clearly.
- If they ask questions don’t get scared instead try to tackle situations as long as possible.
- Don’t do it to get a good presentation, put your efforts and try to feel happy for what you have done.
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Last Date of Abstract Submission is 15th April, 2021.
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