Guidelines to the Authors



Authors are requested to go through the following instructions before submission of manuscript.


PAGE SETUP

  MARGINS

Top: 0.7 inch, Bottom: 0.7 inch
Left: 0.7 inch, Right: 0.7 inch

  PAPER

A4 size (8.27 inch x 11.69 inch)

  HEADER/FOOTER

0.4 inch Each

TITLE OF ARTICLE

Times New Roman, Font size 16

AUTHOR(S) NAME

Times New Roman, Font size 14

ORGANIZATION NAME     

Times New Roman, Font size 10 AND ADDRESS

ABSTRACT

Times New Roman, Font size 12

KEYWORDS

Times New Roman (Italics), Font size12

MAIN TEXT

  1. Introductions( Highlighting the review of current literature, aims and the objectives of the study)
  2. Research methodology(or materials and methods)
  3. Results and discussions
  4. Research limitations/implications (if any)
  5. Conclusions and suggestions
  6. Acknowledgements ( optional).

PHOTOGRAPHS

JPG format

Reference style

 


1)
References in the text should be given by the surname of the author, no initials are allowed.  For a single author, right authors surname and year in parenthesis:e.g. Sharma (2012).With dual authorship give both the names:e.g. Gupta and Sharma (2012), for three or more use “et.al”: e.g. Rao et.al(2012). If there is more than one reference in a single year, distinguish between them by using the letters “a, b……” e.g. John (2001a). If multiple references are to be quoted, separate them by semi-colons:e.g. (George (2001); Shah (2005); Maxell (2010)). The Authors must follow APA Style for references.          
2)
All Figures (charts, diagrams and line drawings) and Plates (photographic images) should be submitted in electronic form they should be of clear quality, in black and white and numbered serially. Tables and diagrams should be serially and included in the text source must be mentioned below the tables, and titles must be above the tables/ fingers /charts.
3)
The position of endnotes (instead of footnotes) within the text should be indicated by superscript numbers.
4)
Mathematical expression should be presented such that they can be easily edited and printed. 
5)
Please revise your manuscript for clarity, grammar, spelling, punctuation, and consistency of references so as to minimise editorial changes.
6)
The editorial team holds the right to modify or edit the work in order to meet the standard and style requirement of the journal.
7)
 References should be arranged alphabetically at the end. Only references cited in the text should be presented in the list of preferences. For title in a language other than English please proved and English translation in parentheses.
8)
The following format should be used for referring books, articles, Journals, Electronic document etc. Authors surname, initials (year). Title of the article , Name of the journal ( in italics), vol. No ( Issue No), Page Number.

 

 Examples are given below:
 For Journal Article: Ghewari Asita A.(2011), “Social Responsible Business Practices of Top 500 Companies in India” Ethos-ISSN 0974-6706, Vol.4 , No.2, July-December, 2011, Pg 1-12.
 
 For Books:
 Avdhani, V.A. (2006), Investment Management, Himalaya Publishing House, Mumbai.pp.256

For online Documents:
 Datta, D (2006), “Myth of Realities of the Retail Revolution”. Avalable at www.fibre2fashion.com accessed on 25th February 2006.

For edited Volume:
Bhattacharyya, Haridas. (Ed), 2006, the cultural heritage of India, Kolkata

Conference papers:
Singh, R.A (1979), “Economics of Human Capital”, Paper presented at the 62nd annual Conference organised by (Organiser) at (Venue)


Unpublished dissertations and thesis:
 Dudzik, D.L.(2008) English policies, curricular reforms, and teacher development in multilingual, postcolonial Djibouti.( Doctoral Dissertations, University of  Minnesota, 2008).

 

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