APTI sponsored National Seminar on WRITING MANUSCRIPT, RESEARCH PROPOSALS AND EXTENDING CONSULTANCIE
About the Seminar
A researcher always strives to perform high-quality research that will strengthen the science. To grab the opprtunity for celebration of Science week we are going to arrange the APTI(MS) sponsored National Seminar on WRITING MANUSCRIPT, RESEARCH PROPOSALS AND EXTENDING CONSULTANCIES. Apart from this primary task the communication of technical results to the broader scientific community in the form of written scientific communication is a critical step. Therefore, the construction of a written scientific manuscript must not be taken lightly. The credentials of a researcher are attributed to published high quality research manuscript, funded research project, consultancies extended.
"A poor idea or a poorly designed investigation cannot be saved by an excellent presentation of the work, and equally an excellent idea that is well investigated can still be doomed by a poor presentation."
With the growing demand of accreditation, every educational organization is working hard for its upliftment to acquire accreditation from NAAC and NBA. Research outcomes play an important role in accreditation. Many of the shortcomings have been identified in the manuscript and research project proposal or in the submission process that often lead to research being rejected. Generating the consultancies is the most herculean task for any academician due to lack of research relevance. For the extension of consultancy one should be outreached and productive in terms of commercial viable product with industrial applicability or viability. This seminar will provide qualitative or quantitative methodologies which will be very much valuable for the faculty members to work on all three attributes and built up their credentials as well of organization not only to gain the recognition but also to help in the process of accreditation.
Academician, Industrial Personel, Research Scholars and P.G. Students of Pharmacy, Science and Technology institutions.