17 October 2016
Abstract submission deadline
15 November 2016
Selected participants will be notified by
01 November 2016
10 November 2016
Registration fee includes local transportations, including to-and-fro transfer between airport/railway station to the place of accommodation on 29th January and 11th February 2017. Depending upon the fund availability partial/full travel support limited to 3 tier AC train fare from the closest railway station of participant's residence to Madurai will be provided. Each successful applicant will be intimated on the kind of travel support (full/partial) with the letter of selection. The registration also includes a field trip, registration kit, all meals during the course, excursion, high tea and gala dinner. If a participant chooses to stay extra nights at the hotel, he/she has to make direct arrangements with the hotel.
The participants will be provided with twin sharing accommodation for the entire duration of the course.
Only selected participants have to pay the registration fee. On the event of failure to send the registration fee by the due date, the application of the participant will automatically be terminated and the next waiting-listed candidate will be offered.
Every selected applicant is required to send the registration fee (₹ 2,000 for student, ₹ 5,000 for academic faculties and ₹ 10,000 for industry participants) in the form of Demand draft favouring "Director, CRME" payable at Madurai. Before sending the Draft, the candidate should scan it and e-mail the scanned copy to the organizer (email@example.com).
The demand draft should be sent "To, The Director, Centre for Research In Medical Entomology (CRME), (ICMR), No. 4, Sarojini Street, Chinna Chokkikulam, Madurai - 625002, Tamil Nadu, INDIA" using the SPEED POST facility of Indian Postal Service only.
The abstract of the presentation by each participant must invariably contain (i) a title, (ii) list of authors (underlining the name of the presenting authors), (iii) affiliations of each individual author and (iv) the description of work to be presented. The total word count of the abstract must not be more than 200 words. The abstract should be structured into (i) background of the research work, (ii) objectives, (iii) methodologies adapted, (iv) results obtained, (v) interpretation and (vi) conclusion.
It is mandatory for each participant to present their research work in the form of a poster during the course. The poster should contain elaborated scientific information of research work as mentioned in the abstract. Each participant should carry a printed version of poster (40” X 60” size) and also submit a soft copy at the registration desk.
A local selection committee consisting of the organizer and other scientists will evaluate the applications that are received on or before the deadline. The main evaluation criteria will be applicant’s academic curriculum, research projects undertaken, publications, future research interests and motivation. Candidates with research focus/strong commitment on malaria/genomics/application of modern biological tools in malaria/other vector borne diseases will be given preference. Applications not submitted on or before the deadline/ submitted separately by email/any other means will not be entertained.