Poster presentation permits the presenter to provide a visual summary of their research to be displayed for sharing with conference delegates. A poster should be self-contained and self-explanatory, which would assist different viewers to proceed on their own while the author can supplement or discuss particular points raised during interaction.

Poster Format Guidelines
  • Posters should be a single sheet of A0 size paper [84 x 119 cm (or 33 x 47 inches)] which can be rolled for carrying and subsequent pasting on the poster display panel in portrait format. The poster display platform area will be approximately one square meter which can accommodate A0 size poster.
  • Times new roman font with different font sizes should be used without mixing different fonts. To highlight text use underlined text, bold face or italics or any two combinations to emphasize words and phrases.
  • In composing the poster, use of long sentences should be avoided and bullet summaries can be utilized in some or most cases.
  • The language of the poster should be in English and content should be well labelled and headlines can be legible from a distance up to 2 meters. Proof reading of the poster should be done before final printing to avoid grammatical errors.
Abstract Number Please mention abstract number at top, right corner of the poster in Font Size (FS) 36.
Poster Title The title of a poster should use the same words as written in your accepted submission. The Title should be very prominent and legible from a distance of up to 2 meters. It should be in at least FS 72 Times or Ariel, Center aligned. Use title case and avoid uppercase letters
Authors and affiliations Center aligned
Authors FS 28
Affiliations FS 20
E-mail address FS 20
Besides this a passport size photo may be printed as shown in the poster template
#FS – Font size Participants of the Congress may be interested in the reported work and would note the E-mail ID for future correspondence and may be for further collaborative research.
It will be preferred if the poster is made in two columns for following sections.
Introduction: Title should be left aligned in FS28; body in FS24.
Materials and Methods: Title should be left aligned in FS28; body in FS24. One to two paragraphs, align left or justify. Include citations where appropriate. Body is align left or justify.
Results and Discussion: Title should be left aligned in FS28; body in 24 FS. Figures and/or Tables are included here.
Table and Figure: Titles should be FS24 with Table and Figure titles usually at the top of the table and figure. The contents of the tables and figures should be FS20 or 24. Figures/ graphs are more desirable that Tables.
Conclusion: Title should be left aligned in FS28; body in 24 FS.
References: Title should be left aligned in FS 24, body in 20 FS.
Acknowledgment (optional): Title should be left aligned in FS24, body in FS20.

Mounting and dismounting of posters
Designated poster boards with poster ID (which will be given at the venue of VIROCON-2023), in which the delegate will stick the poster during the session and after the session is over the poster will be dismounted giving assess to other delegates of succeeding session to stick their posters. Conference organizing staff in the poster area will help you to locate your poster board.

Poster Help Desk will be there at the venue for providing necessary materials and other help required. Following review by the experts, abstracts will be assigned to a technical session and the acceptance will be communicated to the corresponding author/contributor by email. All the accepted abstracts will be given an opportunity for presentation and will be published in congress proceedings. The deadline for abstract submission is 30th September, 2023. For any queries related to abstract submission, presentation and technical session, feel free to write to us: