Call for Abstracts/Papers Asian-Pgpr-admin February 16, 2024
Call for Abstracts/Papers

The Original Research Papers/Abstracts/ Conceptual Papers Related to the Conference Themes are Invited from all the Stakeholders viz., Students, Faculties of SAU’s/ICAR Institutes, and PSUs/ Companies/ Private Organizations. The Soft Copy of the Papers Both Abstract and Full-Length Papers should be Sent to the Organizers of the Conference on or before 10 July, 2024 via E-mail at:[email protected] and also submit online at The Awards will be Provided for Best Paper and Poster Presentations Selected by a Panel of Judges. All Other Registered Candidates would be Awarded with Participation Certificate.

Guidelines for Abstract Submission

Based on the above Conference themes, abstracts and full-length papers are invited and written clearly in English and submitted on or before 10 July, 2024.

  • Abstracts must report the results of the original research or other activity of significant merit related to PGPR microbiome and its allied fields.
  • Abstracts should not exceed 300 words. It must be typed in Times New Roman, font 12, 1.0 spacing and submitted as a word document with no grammatical, typographical or factual errors.
  • Title of abstracts followed by full names (without using titles such as Mr./Mrs./Dr. etc.) of author(s) along with the address of the affiliated institute should be mentioned. In case of two or more authors the presenting author should be marked with an asterisk (*) and his/her email should be mentioned.
  • Peer reviewed and selected abstracts would be invited for lead and oral presentation.
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Conference Proceedings

The Participants are Requested to Send their Full Paper Directly as We Indent to Publish the Full Proceedings with ISBN by Renowned Publisher and Release the same During Inaugural Function of the Conference. The Full-Length Paper Should not Exceed 10 Pages Including Tables, Figures and References. The Content Should be Typed in Microsoft (MS) Word (Times New Roman, Font Size 12, Line Spacing 1.5), Highlighting the Results of Original Research Work in the Following Format: Title; Author(s) Name and Affiliation (Address of the Institution with E-Mail ID of Corresponding Author etc. Presenting Author should be Indicated With an Asterisk (*) Symbol. Title, Author’s Name and Affiliation Should be Center Aligned. Keywords Should be Limited to 5.

  • Full paper should have the sequence of title of the paper with author(s) name, affiliation with e-mail ID, abstract (not exceeding 300 words) with key words, followed by Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results and Discussion, References as per format shown below [limit the references to 10-15].
  • Cite references in the text as: (Marimuthu, 2010) or Marimuthu and Nakkeeran, 2012 or when more than two authors- (Kannaiyan et al., 2011). Do not give serial numbers for references listed in the text.
  • List references in alphabetical order [No serial number]

How to Cite References

All initials to be at the end of author’s name, give full name of journal.

To Cite Journals

Gayathri, J., Kasipandi, M., Ashwini, L.M. Gayathri, N. and Parimelazhagan, T. 2022. Understanding the bioaccessibility, α-amylase and α-glucosidase enzyme inhibition kinetics of Allmania nodiflora. Food Chemistry. 372: 131- 139.

To Cite Proceedings / Book Chapters

Shaikh, S.S., Sayyed , R.Z. and Reddy, M.S. 2016. Plant Growth-Promoting Rhizobacteria In: (Eds.) K.R. Hakeem et al., Plant, Soil and Microbes. Springer International Publishing, Switzerland, pp. 181-201.

To Cite Books

Ponmurugan, P. and Deepa, M.A. 2022. Herbal Technology. New Age International Publishers, New Delhi, India 410p.

Conference Themes

Oral & Poster Presentations

Conference Themes

  • 01-Fundamental & Applied Research

    PGPR, Bio-inoculants, other beneficial microorganisms and phytochemicals for crop improvement, integrated pest & disease management.

  • 02-Engineering & Technology Research

    Microbial Biotechnology, Microbiome Engineering, soil and plant health management.

  • 03-Impact of Climate and Nanotechnology

    Carbon Sequestration, Climate Resilience, Mitigation, Semiochemicals, Nano-PGPR, Nano-biostimulants, Nano-nutrients & Nano-farming for integrated approach.

  • 04-ICT, Geo and Drone Technologies

    Artificial Intelligence, Digitalization, Gene editing, Robotics, Drone technology and GPS coupled with PGPR technology in modern agriculture.

  • 05-Commercialization of PGPR

    Entrepreneurial opportunity, Product development, Economy and Commercialization of PGPR in Smart farming.

  • 06-Regulatory, Safety & IPR Strategies

    Global opportunities, Regulatory affairs, Policy, Safety & IPR strategies for PGPR technologies in agriculture