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Top 5 things to do before sending your research paper to a conference.

After writing the paper on particular you need to publish it or present it in a conference or seminar. If you have already finished the writing process here are the top 5 things to do before sending the paper to any conference.

1. Check the Format of the paper
Most of the conference organizers follow certain paper format. You find this on the conference home page or else you can contact the organizer about the paper format. Inside the paper the basic information must present like
                               I.            Title of the paper
                             II.            Author and Co-author’s(if any) name
                          III.            Author and Co-author’s present affiliation
                         IV.            Contact mail ID
                            V.            Keywords of the paper
                         VI.            References
                       VII.            Citation to your paper(optional)

You can get the proper format form the sample paper which is available at the organizer.

2. Check  the plagiarism of the paper
As you must know coping the content or idea for many where is a crime and unethical so all should avoid this. To avoid the plagiarism inside the paper you can check the plagiarism content of your paper and try to reduce as low as possible. Many Journals and conference organizers maximum 20% plagiarism. That means 80% of your content must be original.

3.    Take permission from your co-authors and Guides.
It has been observed that the author or the co-author send the paper to conference and latter the other co-authors complain about it to not to send the paper or publish the paper. It is very essential to take the permission form all your co-authors and guides. It is also very beneficial to take permission from the HOD or principal from your institutions.

4.  Match the Conference topic.
Before sending the paper to the conference you must check the related papers or subject that the conference is going to hold. You can check the topic form the call for the papers tab or topic covered form the conference website or conference information poster.

5.  Must prepare PPT presentation.
Before sending the paper for the conference you must prepare the slide presentation and must prepare the questions and answers related to your paper. So PPT presentations widely accepted and try to present the paper in English language.







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