Guidelines for Abstract Submission

  1. The organizers welcome abstracts within the scope of symposium. Submitted abstracts will be reviewed by experts in the area. Acceptance of abstract will be intimated by email.
  2. Abstracts need to written in clear English, taking into account for the specifications below (See also sample for Abstract on the next page):
    1. Abstract title: 20 words, Times New Roman, 14 font, Bold, do not use capital alphabets only, central aligned.
    2. Authors: Times New Roman, 12 font, Bold. Presenting author’s name bold, underlined and central aligned. Do not include any titles, academic or others such as professor, chairman and president, etc.
    3. Affiliations: Provide address of authors blow the author’s name, (Times New Roman, 10 font, bold) include name of organization, city, state, zip code, country and email address, bold.
    4. Abstract text: 350 words (maximum), Times New Roman, 12 font, 1.5 line space.
    5. Key word: Maximum 3, 10 font, bold, at the bottom of abstract.
    6. References: Maximum 3 in numbers.
  3. Abstracts will be published exactly as submitted. No editing of abstract texts will be done.
  4. Selected abstracts will be published in proceeding of the symposium. Authors of the selected abstracts will be requested to submit full length manuscript for publication in proceedings. An invitation will be sent to them after review of the abstract by the review committee.
  5. Deadline for submission of abstracts is February 28th, 2012.
  6. After submission, abstracts cannot be changed by the authors anymore. Should minor changes be necessary after submission, the submitting author should notify organizing secretary by email, describing exactly the nature of the change to be made.
  7. Abstract will be published in Journal of Pharmacy and Applied Biosciences.
  8. Abstracts should be signed by first author and mailed to:
    1. Prof. (Dr) Ajit Varma
      Chairman,  Director General, Amity Institute of Microbial Technology, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Sector 125, NOIDA, 201303, Uttar Pradesh, India.
      Tel: +91-120-4392132, Mob: +91-9810899562
    2. Prof. (Dr.) Ashish S. Verma
      Organizing Secretary Amity Institute of Biotechnology, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Sector-125, NOIDA-201303 (UP), India.
      Tel: +91-120-4392757, Mob: +91-9868086202, Fax: (0120)-4392295

Sample Abstract

The Framework of Human Behaviour
Krishna Mensah, Pankaj Singh
Institute of Advance Science, 12, MG Road, New Delhi-110001, India.
Ph. (011)-224224, (M) 9213045769, Email:

Two surveys were undertaken; 1 prior to implementation of the first modular training programme and 1 approximately 9 months after its completion. For each survey, around 300 randomly selected horses were clinically examined, their tack was assessed and their owners interviewed to assess knowledge and practice of equine husbandry. Physical examinations were undertaken outdoors with no restraint other than any head collar or bridle which the horse wore on arrival. Body condition score (BCS) was assessed using a score of 0 (emaciated) to 5 (obese). Horse age was estimated according to dentition. Oral examination was undertaken manually, without a gag. Thoracic auscultation was undertaken to assess cardiac rate/rhythm and audible respiratory noise. Ocular examination was undertaken visually without access to shade and without the use of eye drops, fluorescein, or ophthalmoscope. Assessment of tick infestation was recorded according to a scale of none; mild (up to a total of 3 ticks in 1 or more locations); moderate (4-10 ticks in 1 or more locations).

Key words: BCS, Horse, Oral examination.