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Instructions for abstract submission

Abstracts are to be computer typed in MS Word, Times Roman, Font size 12 and are to be e-mailed in following format to forensicmedicon2015@gmail.com

Type of Presentation: Podium or Poster

Title: Should be in bold with first letter of each word in capitals.

Author’s names and affiliation:

Should be in capital letters, name of the presenting author being underlined, followed by institutional affiliations and e-mail address of the presenting author


Should include the aim of the study, materials & methods, results, conclusion and key words.  The abstract should not exceed 200 words.  References, tables, graphs, or pictures are not to be included in the abstract.

All abstracts will be reviewed and presenting authors will be informed by e-mail regarding acceptance of their abstract within 15th October 2014.  Scientific committee reserves the right to select the scientific papers for oral or poster presentation

Podium Presentation:

Only Power Point presentations will be allowed.  The time limit for oral presentations will be 6 minutes, followed by discussion for 4 minutes.

Poster Presentation:

 Size of the posters should not exceed 4x3feet

Best Oral and Poster presentation in the three different categories (faculty, PGT and UG students) will be duly recognized.

Scottish Travel Prize for PG’s in Forensic Medicine by IAFM will be awarded for Best Oral Presentation (Original research/case presentation).To be eligible for the prize, the PG must be a life member of IAFM and should mention ‘For award session’ with life membership number along with the full presentation. A maximum of 20 papers will be included for presentation and the decision of Judges will be final.



In Association with
Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine