IAP poster presentation competition

Poster Submission and Registration Form:



Supplementary Talks

Here goes some video recordings of NYAB workshops and webinar on Predatory Academic Practices.

NYAB IAP workshop: Presentation slides from Dr. Anisul

Presentation_Keynote_Speaker Prof Anis

NYAB IAP workshop


NYAB webinar on “Where NOT to publish your research”


Publishing in Peer-Reviewed Journal: Procedure and Ethics



Pandemic of infectious Authorship: To be or not to be treated



Presentation Guidelines

  • Poster should be prepared based on increasing awareness against predatory practices.
  • Posters should be prepared using digital software, however, finally needs to be submitted in pdf or jpg format.
  • The Poster size should be A0 or 4 ft (Length) by 3 ft (Width) in Portrait orientation.
  • The size of the uploaded file can be Max 10 MB.
  • Poster presentation is open for all worldwide.
  • Posters will be evaluated under two themes:

a) Concept: covering all the contents with excellent and clear vision

b) Presentation: eye-catching, easily understandable and displayable.

  • Contents need to cover:
    • Definition of predatory practices
    • Signs of predatory journals and conferences
    • Consequences of predatory academic practices
    • How to beat predatory practices/ solutions.
  • In the left side corner of the poster, participant has to mention his/her name, affiliation, valid email address and telephone number
  • File name should be according to the following format
    • “yourname_poster_against_predatory_practices”
  • Participants should complete his/her registration via https://nyabangladesh.org/iap-poster-ppt/ and upload the digital poster as pdf or jpg format in the “poster upload” section.
  • After evaluation by the judges, three best posters will be selected and uploaded to the official webpages. They will receive certificates and prize money.
  • The best poster will be used both online and offline to create and increase awareness of predatory practices.
  • The awardees will be notified approximately by two weeks about selection. For any inquiry, please email to: iap.againstpredatorypractices@gmail.com