- be original and unpublished work.
- accompany a signed declaration that it has not been published or submitted for publication elsewhere.
- contain, on a separate page, full correspondence details of the author/s such as physical address, affiliation institution, current position, telephone number, fax and email.
- be in the range of 6,000-8,000 words.
- have a summary of 250 words.
- provide 4-6 keywords.
- keep all the tables and figures at the end of the paper citing appropriate locations in the text.
- only if necessary, notes should be endnotes and numbered serially at the end of the paper and not at the bottom of the page as they appear.
- provide references with date and page number in the text in parenthesis. Example: (Srinivas, 1966: 170).
- have a complete and accurate bibliography, not numbered, placed at the end of the text. Examples:
Srinivas, M. N. 1996.Social Change in Modern India.Berkely: University of California Press.
Pettigrew, T.F. 2008. “Future Directions for Intergroup Contact : Theory and Research.” International Journal of Intercultural Relations 32 (3): 187-99.
Curson, P. 1989. ‘Paradise Delayed: Epidemics of Infectious Disease in the Industrialized World.’ In: J. Clarke , P. Curson, S.L. Kayastha, and P. Nag (eds). Population and Disaster (159-79). Oxford: Blackwell.
Apart from the details of the source it should have the correct URL, and the date the source accessed.
Univers 10 pt for the main text, 8 pt for notes, acknowledgements, and references.
Should be numbered and show the exact location in the text, use the table function of the MS Word, no column lines but hide them, only row lines for row titles and a line at the bottom. Both column and row titles italicized. Digits in the table are right aligned, rounded up to two decimals.
Editable figures, figure number and title outside the figure box, inside text in universe 8 pt or less