International Young Scientist Congress


4th International Young Scientist Congress (IYSC-2018)

and

Workshop on Vedic Science

8th and 9 th May 2018
in collaboration with
Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, India



IYSC - 2018


Evaluation Rules for International Young Scientist Award - For Best Oral Presentation


CRITERION

Max Mark

Correlation with the Theme

  • Problem statement and study aim.
  • Relevance with human welfare and society.
  • Rationale of the study.

20

Introduction and Background

  • Audience's attention.
  • Background information.
  • Novelty in the work.

15

Study Design, Results and Discussion

  • Clarity of experimental design.
  • Effective processing (statistical) and presentation of the results.
  • Scientifically sound discussion and interpretation of the results.

20

Conclusion

  • Summarized presentation of the conclusion.
  • Relevance of study objectives with the conclusion and it's applicability.
  • Identification of the inadequacies and future prospects.

15

General Communication and Presentation Skills

  • Effective communication skills.
  • Effective presentation of visuals (graph, tables, figures and pictures etc.) with the use of latest technology.
  • Legible information density, references and acknowledgements.

20


Questions and Answers

  • Presenter's knowledge and answering ability.
  • Reflection of deep understanding and creative thinking of the presenter.

10


Evaluation Rules for International Young Scientist Award - For Best Poster Presentation

CRITERION

Max Mark

Correlation with the Theme

  • The problem statement, study aims and relevance with the theme.
  • Motivation behind the study .
  • Novelty in the work.

20

Methodology and Findings

  • Clear experimental design.
  • Effective processing and presentation of the results.
  • Scientifically sound discussion and interpretation of the results.

20

Content and Presentability

  • Self explanatory essential components of the study.
  • Legible information density, interpretation of the results, references and acknowledgements.
  • Appealing presentation of visuals (graph, tables, figures and pictures etc.) with the use of latest technology.

20

Conclusion

  • Effective interpretation and summarized presentation of the conclusion.
  • Relevance of study objectives with the conclusion and it's applicability.
  • Identification of the inadequacies and future prospects.

20

Questions and Answers

  • Presenter's knowledge and answering ability.
  • Reflection of deep understanding and creative thinking of the presenter.

20