How to Participate in Conference and Prepare a Presentation ?

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Participation in Conference / Seminar Event

How to Prepare a PPT  Presentation ?

How to Present  ?     &   What to Present ?

Instructions for  Full Paper Submission for Publication

( Presentation of  Paper / Article / Project / Thesis / Dissertation / Poster )


As your are aiming to Participate in Conference / Seminar Event.


  • Communicate to  Conference / Seminar Email ID for your all Submissions.
  • Send – Payment Slip/  Abstract/  PPT/ Full Paper / Article to Conference / Seminar Email ID.  
  • Pay Participation Charge  –  Per Person Name.    Extra Charge for each Additional Person Name / Author Name.
  • Download – Template of  Abstract, PPT , Full Paper from Conference / Seminar website page.
  • Pay Registration Charge from Payment Options on our Event Website page / Brochure File.
  • Do check regularly check your registered mail for submission status. 
  • In case of – offline / onstage event,  reach Venue as per given time and date. Book Ticket after receiving “Letter of Acceptance”.     
  • Follow all instructions, regulations of event  and venue place.
  • If any query, contact to given Mobile Number (Call & WhatsApp).


  • Do Not Submit  PDF file of  Abstract / Paper / Article / Poster;  It will not be considered and directly rejected.
  • Send only Original Research Paper / Article / Abstract file.
  • Directly do not submit your Conference / Seminar Paper/Article file to  Journal Email ID.    As conference / seminar publication issue is separate type of publication.
  • Do not use any adult picture, controversial details or information or image or picture while presenting and publishing your paper.



Preparing your Conference Presentation:    A conference presentation and a written paper, essay, or report are very different from one another. A conference presentation’s introduction need to be far lengthier than the beginning to a written work. When presenting at a conference, repetition is essential. While a reader of a printed book may go back and review material as needed, an audience must hear information numerous times and in somewhat varied formats in order to fully absorb it. For an oral conference presentation, informal language should be utilized instead of formal.

  • Think of a ‘unique and catchy’ title as it may compete with numerous presentations in conference / seminar.

  • You will need to submit an abstract to the conference committee for your presentation to be accepted. If you have already written your paper, this task should be fairly easy as the abstract is a summary of the paper which is usually around 150–300 words . Ensure the issues, questions, thesis as well as the conclusion findings are clearly stated in the abstract.
  • In case the paper has not been written yet, prepare the abstract / presentation in such a way that you do not commit yourself to details that will not be addressed in the final paper.
  • Make sure you adhere to the length, formatting, reference, and other standards that the conference organizers have established. Compose the document using the same format as an essay, report, or—in an increasingly prevalent scenario—journal article. If the conference proceedings are to be published (as refereed or non-refereed), the latter is especially crucial. To make sure that style, reference, and other aspects are consistent, review prior conference proceedings or publications in your area.

Presenting your Conference/Seminar Presentation:

  • Is the purpose  / goal clearly stated?
  • Do your key points and theories have supporting data?
  • Are all of the resources pertinent to the subject / topic?
  • Have you shown that you understand the subject?
  • Does the audience understand the level of technicality?
  • How do you respond to lengthy inquiries from the audience or “mini papers” that pass for questions?


Common types of  Presentations :    Paper /  Project / Poster  / Thesis /  Panel / Discussion.