SIR PLZ EXPLAIN THE FOLLOWING
highlights of IEEE standards
1.abstract should be maximum 450 words written in font style:times new roman,font size :12,and spacing 1.5 in well aligned manner
plz explain what is spacing here in a simple eng language
2.abstract should contain the student details on top right corner which includes the following
RULES AND REGULATIONS
1.your abstract should be sent as an attatchment to the e-mail address so nd so and nt as inlinetext
sir kindly explain in detail ,first time patisipating in ppt ,fest
national in sri nidhi
This is the case with most of the people who are new to participating in presentations. I will explain to you these things and remember do not panic as everything is so easy to do.
Abstract is the summary type to your topic which you are going to present. All this should be done in Microsoft Word or any text Editor where MS Word is preferable.1.abstract should be maximum 450 words written in font style:times new roman,font size :12,and spacing 1.5 in well aligned manner
Spacing here means the border space to be given i.e., the space that is to be left from all sides of a paper. You draw margins to your paper right ? This is similar to that without the margins being visible spacing is set.
To set spacing in MS Word, go to File -> Page Setup and then see the image below and enter the appropriate details there. 1.5 is the suggested one so it should be like this.
I already participated in these things so I am trying to help you out2.abstract should contain the student details on top right corner which includes the following
Just input the details by selecting right alignment in MS Word on the starting part of your abstract.
I hope this helps
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