CALL FOR PAPER
Technical Sessions of the Society will be devoted to plenary lectures, invited lectures, oral and poster presentations of papers and will cover the topics indicated above. Prospective authors are invited to submit the title and abstract in about 200 words, typed in double space may be submitted directly on the conference website http://www.81ics-BMR2017.com in the template provided there by August 31, 2017. Instructions on how to submit the abstract are also given therein. The abstracts will be subjected to primary screening by an expert committee. Their decision regarding acceptance will be communicated to the respective authors by September 30, 2017. The abstracts of the accepted papers will be printed in the souvenir, which will be made available to the delegates. In case the authors want to publish their paper in the Society’s quarterly journal, “Transactions of the Indian Ceramic Society”, they are requested to visit the journal website http://www.transactions-incers.org/ and follow the sequence of steps given therein to submit their paper. The full text of the paper should be submitted to the Hony. Editor of “Transactions of the Indian Ceramic Society” by October 31, 2017. The papers will be published in the Society’s quarterly journal, “Transactions of the Indian Ceramic Society” in due course, if accepted through the peer review system. Any paper submitted to the Society and accepted for presentation shall be the property of the Society which will hold the copyright thereof. It is also targeted to bring out a soft copy of the proceedings of the conference. Interested authors may submit a copy of their original research contribution for printing in the proceedings on the conference website http://www.81ics-BMR2017.com. Detailed instructions regarding the submission process will be made available on conference website. Here also a peer review process as done for the transactions will be followed. Please note that the authors have to choose only one option from either proceedings or journal to avoid duplication.