To promote close contact and interaction between persons following different branches and thus facilitate the Research and development of a wider outlook and the integration and application of available scientific knowledge for the welfare of various Indian societies and to safeguard the interests of food Research Nutritionists and scientists and its members in particular and work for their welfare.
Public Health and Related issued Journal By NNHSA inviting research by Ph.D. scholars from various Indian Universities, colleges, and research Institutions or by independent research scholars before 30 November 2019 at Selected top ten research will be published in the NNHSA-Annual National Journal and will be distributed in all Indian Home Science, Food Science, and Nutrition Universities and colleges.
The research will be accepted only in the given format-
should Present on New Research and Developing Information on Public Health and Nutritional Pathology infection and AIDS and related conditions. Abstracts are selected on the basis of their medical and scientific significance, timeliness, quality of data and methodology, adherence to specific format requirements, and other criteria described herein.
The Scientific Program Committee and external reviewers will review and score submissions, after which the disposition of each abstract will be sent via e-mail to the presenting author and all co-authors listed on the abstract submission form. An accurate professional Email address for the presenting author and all co-authors is required for this purpose.
Malnutrition in India
Forms of Malnutrition
High Infant Mortality Rate
Nutrition Associated Disease
Poor Sanitation and Public Health
Safe Drinking Water
Female Health Issues
Twelfth Five Year Plan
Nutrition Strategy- Nutritional Pathology
Nutrition Related Health Issues
Any other unrecognized Form of Malnutrition
Woman health nutrition education importance
Child Health and Nutrition
Special Research field in Malnutrition
Child malnutrition, Infants and preschool children, Condition Prevalence %, Low birth weight, Kwashiorkor/Marasmus, Bitot’s spots, Iron deficiency anemias, Underweight (weight for age Small for Gestational Age, Stunting (height for age) * Wasting (weight for height), Overweight/obesity, or any other Nutrition-related new diagnosis in Males Females.
Abstract Format Oral presentation guidelines
Poster presentation guidelines
Themed discussion guidelines
Each abstract is reviewed and scored independently by 5 to 10 experts in the particular field. The abstract review begins immediately after the submission deadline. Therefore, changes to abstracts are not possible after the submission deadline.
Notification of Abstract Disposition
After the Scientific Program Committee and external expert, reviewers complete their review and score all abstracts submitted for consideration, the author and co-authors for whom correct e-mail addresses have been provided will be sent e-mail notification of the abstract disposition.
General Abstract Submission
General abstract submission opens on January 20, 2019, at 3:00 PM. Return to this webpage for a link to the abstract submission website. Or abstract may be directly submitted to the NNHSA research Committee at
Late-Breaking Abstract Submission
Late abstract submission opens March 2019. Return to this webpage for a link to the abstract submission website.
Data analyzed after the general abstract submission deadline should not be submitted as a late-breaker unless they meet a high threshold of scientific merit. The percentage of late-breaking abstracts selected for presentation will depend on the number of submissions, but the selection criteria are more rigorous than for general abstracts. After submission updated with revert mail as confirmation.
Each abstract must include the 7 elements: Title, Author Names with Professional Affiliations, Background, Methods, Results, And Conclusions. Abstracts May Also Include 1 Table Or 1 Figure.
In addition, the submitting author must provide the following information: whether the abstract has been previously published or presented and if so, where; the abstract category; and 2 to 5 keywords. These elements are described further below.
Section headings (i.e., Background, Methods, Results, and Conclusions), are not included in the abstract body character count. Do not include these headings in the body of the submitted text. Please use the counters on the abstract submission page to track your character count.
Character limits are as follows
Title: Up to 100 characters, including spaces.
Body: Up to 3000 characters, cumulative, including spaces.
Tables: Suggested maximum size is 8 columns x 12 rows; table characters are not included in the cumulative character count
The abstract title should be concise and clearly convey the subject of the abstract.
Maximum length: 125 characters, including spaces.
Style: Titles should be in all upper-case letters.
Example: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL OF THE IMPACT OF DRUG A AND DRUG B IN TREATING PUBLIC HEALTH AND NUTRITIONAL PATHOLOGY
Author Names and Affiliations
New for NNHSA 2019. Up to 10 authors may be included in each abstract, (including a research team or group, if applicable). If you wish to include the name of a research team or group as the 10th author, follow the instructions on the abstract submission form. Please DO NOT enter the names of additional individual authors in the research group field.
Authors listed on the abstract should conform to the NNHSA Committee of Nutrition Journal Editors (CNJE-NNHSA) recommendations for authorship:
Substantial contributions to the conception or design of the work; or the acquisition, analysis, or interpretation of data for the work; By---
Drafting the work or revising it critically for important intellectual content; By----
Final approval of the version to be published; By----
Agreement to be accountable for all aspects of the work in ensuring that questions related to the accuracy or integrity of any part of the work are appropriately investigated and resolved
Updated for NNHSA 2018. Author Affiliations: Indicate each author’s professional affiliation by selecting the institution from the list provided in the abstract submission system. The list may be filtered beginning with the first word of the institution name. In general, the list does not use abbreviations for institutions, although there are some exceptions (e.g, NIN, AIIMS, DU, MDU are used as abbreviations). Department Names and School names are not used unless they are part of the Institution Name (Nutrition and Natural Health Sciences Institute & Research Centre). New for NNHSA 2018. Research Collaborators: Individuals who are not listed as co-authors on an abstract may be considered research collaborators if they contributed substantively and measurably to the scientific development or execution of the project. Research collaborators should meet most of the same authorship criteria described in the CNJE-NNHSA recommendations above. Research collaborators will have access to early registration for NNHSA (along with accepted abstract authors).
Briefly and clearly describe the hypothesis of the study. Why was the study conducted? Also, the explanation for motivation stimuli.
Detail the experimental methods and processes employed in the study. What did you do to collect practical information?
Describe the precise findings of the study; promises of results “to be determined” are not acceptable. Describe what you found and include data with evidence
Describe logically sound conclusions and reliable inferences drawn from the study results. Why are the study’s findings important?