Presentation Modes & Awards

Presentation Modes & Non-Presenter

Oral Presentations

  • The total time allotted to each presenter is 15 minutes. You should plan to speak for 12 minutes and leave 3 minutes for questions & answers.
  • Ensure that you are available at least 01 hour before the session starts on the day of the conference.
  • All presentations MUST run on the Windows operating system, the Laptop and the Multimedia Projector with screen, IT support will be provided. The recommended software to be used is Microsoft PowerPoint.
  • Presentations MUST be sent to the conference organizing committee on or before PP presentation due date. Having the presentation files loaded in advance will help to ensure that the each and every session run according to the schedule without any delays.
  • Bring an extra-copy of your presentation to the conference on a USB media storage device. This copy is to be used as a backup if required at the time. Make sure the USB media storage device and presentation file are properly labelled with your name, presentation day, time and the conference name.

What are the Good Practices for Oral Presentations?

  • Show no more than 1 slide per minute of speaking time, this means approximately 10 – 12 slides MAXIMUM for the 12 minutes presentation at the conference. Remember, the last 03 minutes of the presentation are for questions from the audience.
  • It detracts from the quality of the presentation to flash numerous graphs, equations, or tables on the screen in rapid sequence in an effort to squeeze a presentation into its allotted time.
  • We recommend a presentation slides should be designed in the format of 16:9 or 4:3 standard aspect ratio.
  • In addition to the body of the talk, present an introduction and a summary or conclusion.
  • If a question requires a lengthy reply, suggest that you and the person asking the question meet after the presentation. Then take the discussion out of the technical room.

Poster Presentation

If you wish to present your research displaying a poster, a poster presentation session is allocated for the purpose. Each poster is displayed in the conference. Dimensions for the posters are 2 X 3 feet (Width 2' and Height 3') Poster stands and technical help will be provided to display your poster by the Conference organizers.

What Makes a Good Poster?

  • There is no need to have a presentation but be prepared to answer questions and discuss your material with interested delegates
  • Important information should be readable from about 10 feet away.
  • Title is short and draws interest.
  • Word count of about 300 to 800 words.
  • Text is clear and to the point.
  • Use of bullets, numbering, and headlines make it easy to read.
  • Effective use of graphics, colour and fonts.
  • Consistent and clean layout.
  • Includes acknowledgments, your name and institutional affiliation.


Virtual Registration

If you are unable to attend the conference in person but wish your research paper to be published in AIMR'20, we offer virtual presentation for your convenience. Virtual authors can optionally submit a PowerPoint presentation in addition to the paper submission (not mandatory) These presentations will be uploaded in the TIRDI Slide Share link or conference website so that all conference participants will have access to them during and after the conference.

You are still required to submit an abstract and one author must pay the registration fee. After the conference has ended, you will receive a copy of the conference program, certificate of presentation, and the book of abstracts within 3 weeks’ time.

Non-Presenter (Attendee / Listener)

You are also invited to attend the conference as an attendee/listener. You could actively engage in sharing your experience, knowledge and network throughout the conference. A participation certificate will be given to every attendee/listener on conference.

Presentation Awards

The Conference Awards are arranged by the AIMR'20 organizing committee with the intention of valuing each presenter's contribution and encouraging for more active involvement for the betterment of the future, shall motivate you to achieve more which will be benefit to the industry. Selection of the awards done by the evaluation panel and the Conference Chair with session chairs, the highest scoring presentations shall be recommended for the following awards.

The final decisions will be taken by the conference chair, evaluation panel members and the session’s chair. The selection criteria will be time management, scientific quality, contents of the presentation, presentation style and the level of interaction with the audience.

The Best Presentation Medal

The Best Student Presentation Medal

The Best Poster Presentation Medal

Best Presentation Medal by Each Session

The Best Presentation Medal

An Award is earmarked for the most outstanding presentation considering every presenter of the conference, which is the most inspiring, effective and professional and are delivered through an impactful, authoritative and engaging speaker. Based on the marks given by the evaluation panel for every presentation, Conference Chair decides which presentation will get the Best Presentation Award.

The Best Student Presentation Medal

The Best Student Presentation Award will be given outstanding Presentation from student participants and award winner must be a student. The marks given by the Conference Chair’s and evaluation panel for every student presentation of the conference. Conference Chair decides which presentation will receive the Best Student Presentation Award.

The Best Poster Presentation Medal

This award will be given to the highest marks scoring poster presentation on the conference, conference chair will evaluate the poster session with evaluation panel and Conference Chair decides which poster presentation will receive the Best Poster Presentation Award.

Best Presentation Medals by Each Session

Based on the marks given by the session chair including evaluation panel, Session’s Chair decides which presentation will receive the Session’s Best Presentation Awards.