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Guideline for Authors

Authors are advised to prepare their Empirical Manuscripts of research as prescribed under:

  • Title- It should be brief (not more than 16 words) and should reflect the content of paper.

  • Abstract- (labeled, centered, not bold) It should not exceed 250 words, be double spaced. State purpose and provide overview of method, findings and conclusion. The full paper should not exceed the limit of 3000 words.

  • Introduction- Do not label as "Introduction". Title of the paper goes at top of the page, not bold. Give brief description of the study, state gap in knowledge and the Rationale.

  • Method- (labeled, centered, bold). This portion should contain the following sections in case of empirical papers - or according to the pattern of the disciplines concerned

  • Sample/ Participants (labeled, flush left, bold)- Mention total number of participants, their internal characteristics and procedure of selection of participants or materials or according to the International patterns of the disciplines concerned.

  • Measures (labeled, flush left, bold)-Carefully describe the tools or methods used in the study.

  • Results/ Findings (labeled, centered, bold)-Mention the methods used. Describe the findings and present it in tabular form where applicable.

  • Conclusion- Sum up the paper with a final concluding statement.

  • Limitations and Suggestions- State the limitations of your study and also give suggestions for future researches

  • Implications- The authors should mention the implications of their studies or papers showing the importance.

  • References-(labeled, centered, bold)- List the references in alphabetical order, avoid secondary sources. There must be one-to -one correspondence between the articles cited in the text and listed under references. Web sources should also be mentioned.

  • Ethical Norms: Follow the ethical norms while collecting data or information from people and declare also it in your submission.

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Guidelines for Theoretical Papers: The theoretical paper should also start with brief title, followed by Abstract, Background of the study, Gap in knowledge, the Present study, Major findings, Conclusion, Implications of the study, Limitations and Suggestions for future research and References in Alphabetical order or Numbered in sequential order, as quoted in the body of the paper. Any reference not mentioned in the text, must not be listed as reference.

Note: Plagiarism is strictly prohibited. Authors must declare that their papers are original, otherwise the paper may face exclusion from the issue for which it is submitted.

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