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Research Papers
Prospective authors are invited to submit their unpublished work with novel findings in English language for publication journals (up to 25 Pages)/Conference Proceeding (4 to 6 Pages). Papers should include title, details of author, abstract, introduction, tables, figures, conclusion, references & acknowledgements. Details of the journals/Conference Proceeding for publication will be announced on conference website as earliest.

Book Chapters
Book chapters with novelty and viability across the globe are also welcomed for publication in e-book with ISBN. Book chapters should be submitted in single word file up to 15 pages typed on A4 size in single column (12 point times new roman, 1.5 space) with one-inch margin on all sides. Book chapters should contain concise title followed by names of authors, affiliations, contact details of each authors, details of corresponding author, an abstract (around 200 words), key words (not more than five), introduction, chapter content, conclusions, acknowledgement and references. Don’t include bullet points, references and foot notes in abstract. All main section headings must be bold (12 point) and subheadings (italic, bold 11 points) times in new roman. Figures should be cited in text as (Fig. X) and provided in high resolution (300 dpi) in separate files. Figures adopted from published literature may be included after permission from respective authors or publishers. Tables must be supplied in word format and cited within the text (Table x.1). Figures & table captions must be properly numbered and concise. Abbreviations must be defined at first mention in the chapter and abbreviated thereafter. Abbreviations in a single list may be provided at the end of the chapter if necessary. Use standard IUPAC nomenclature for compounds. Chemical structures should be supplied as ChemDraw files and must be cited in the text (Scheme X.1). References to the literature cited for book chapters should be numbered in order of appearance in the manuscript and cited in the text following Elsevier’s number style (Style 1).

All communicated papers and book chapters will be primarily screened for plagiarism, originality, length and relevance to topic. Submissions will be double-blind peer reviewed and details of reviewer comments will be E mailed to authors for onward action.

Abstracts should be submitted in camera ready form including title (12 pt Times New Roman), single spaced scientific content (150 words, Times New Roman, 10 points), one composite picture highlighting scientific work either in the form of graphs or figures (3×6.5”, preferably 300 dpi) supported with not more than five references (Times New Roman, 9 points). This should be along with clear faced photographs (1×1”) of presenting author & short biography (50 words). Name of presenting author should be underlined followed by email, contact numbers in centralized position. Abstracts will be printed in black & white along with   images / figures. Authors interested in publications of abstract in souvenir of conference may submit their abstracts to

Display boards will be assigned for poster presentations. Pushpins will be provided to mount the posters. Keep consistent margins, line spacing, color, style, thickness of borders & shading. Use of handwritten or a printed Power Point presentation as a poster is unacceptable. Pick not more than each of 3 fonts colors in poster preparation.

Posters (3×4 feet) should present the salient findings through emphasizing graphics keeping text to minimum. Posters should involve the following sections:

Title & affiliations: Centralized representation of conference as APM: April 25-26, 2023 in Arial bold (40 fonts) followed by clearly visible title (Arial 80 points) along with institute logos or affiliations in minimized text size (Arial 20 points) next to the title.
Introduction: Highlighting background information
Objectives of studies: In bullet points
Methods: This should be straight, short highlighting used study design with brief laboratory methods.
Results: This should specifically address the hypothesis & refer to supporting high resolution charts, graphics & tables with minimum text content (Arial) readable at a distance of 20 feet away & body text from 6 feet away. Graphics & tables should have complete title & legend. Avoid using patterns or open bars in histograms, excess grid lines in tables & discussions pertaining to data curves. Use colors up to three numbers in poster preparation. Utilize regions of empty space between poster elements among their differentiation.
Conclusion: Comment on main results & discuss why they are conclusive & interesting.
Acknowledgments & further information: Thank individuals & funding resources for specific assistances.

Authors interested in publications and poster presentations may submit their work to