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SUBMISSION CHECKLIST


 

-           Thank you for deciding to submit your paper to a Peer-reviewed Scientific and Research international journal. 

-           Please make sure that you have satisfied the points on following checklist before submitting your manuscript. 

-           If you have any questions about the submission process, please contact kre@airtelmail.in

 


 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTRIBUTORS/GUIDE FOR CONTRIBUTORS


 

-           Prepare the manuscript as per style of the journal.

-           Read the detailed Instructions for Contributors/Guide for Contributors.


 

PEER REVIEWERS

-           Provide the contact details of at least three potential peer reviewers for your paper. These should be experts in your field

            of study, who will be able to provide an objective assessment of the manuscript's quality. Any peer reviewers that you

            suggest should not be members of the same research institution. They should not be one of the Editorial advisers for

            the journal, unless they work precisely in your field.

-           The paper may also be sent to others for review in addition to the list of Referees provided by the corresponding author.

 

-           Full Name:

-           Present Status:

-           Field of Specialisation:

-           Complete Name and Address of Institute/Department/University:

-           E-mail addresses:

 

-           This journal uses a double-blind review, which means that both the reviewer’s and author’s identities are concealed

             from the reviewers, and vice versa, throughout the review process.


 

CONDITIONS OF SUBMISSION AND JOURNAL COPYRIGHT

-           Do you confirm that all the authors of the manuscript have read and agreed to its content, that readily reproducible materials

            described in the manuscript will be freely available to any scientist wishing to use them for non-commercial purposes? 

-           Do you confirm that the manuscript is original, has not already been published in a journal and is not currently under

            consideration by another journal?

-           All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or by any means, without the prior written

            permission of the Administrative Editor.

-           Yes, I am submitting author of this article and I accept the conditions of submission and the Journal Copyright.


 

PLEASE AVOID COMMENTS

-           Any Region, Race/Ethnic Group, Religion, Class, Caste etc.


 

COPYRIGHT (FIGURE AND TABLE)

-           © To reproduce copyright material

            Author should not use any copyright material (Figure/Tables etc.) in the paper. However he/she may write about that

            in the form of text in the paper


 

JOURNAL COPYRIGHT

-          © COPYRIGHTS:  Submission of a manuscript implies: that the work described has not been published before (except in

            the form of an abstract or as part of a published lecture, or thesis) that it is not under consideration for publication

            elsewhere; that if and when the manuscript is accepted for publication, the authors agree to automatic transfer of the

            copyright to the publisher.

-          All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or by any means, without the prior written

            permission of the Administrative Editor. Requests for permission should be addressed to The Administrative Editor,

            B-2 (Ground Floor), South City II, Gurgaon 122 018, Haryana, India. E-mail: kre@airtelmail.in


 

MANUSCRIPT

GENERAL INFORMATION

-           Main Manuscript: MS Word

-           Size: A 4 Size

-           Text in column: Single

-           Font: Times New Roman

-           Font size: 12 pt.

-           Space in between Lines: 11/2

-           Table:  Tables should be at the end of the text after the list of References.

-           Figure: Figures should be at the end of the text after the list of References.

-           Send the figure in JPG form separately (not in MSWORD and or PDF format) for final processing

-           Table/Figure: Refer each Table/Figure in the text


 

PREPARE MANUSCRIPT UNDER THE FOLLOWING SUBDIVISIONS


 

ADDRESS OF AUTHOR/S

-           Always provide complete address of the working place (Department/University/ Institute/City/ Code No. /Country)


 

FORMAT OF THE PAPER

-           Prepare the paper in 12 pt. Times new roman, 12 pt. Font, give 1 ½ space in between the lines

-           Format the full paper as per style of the journal

-           No bullet etc. Signs format in the text

-           Prepare the paper as per format of the journal (INTRODUCTION/OBJECTIVES/ MATERIAL AND METHODS/ RESUTS- 

            cite figure and table no. In the text/ DISCUSSION/ CONCLUSION/ RECOMMENDATIONS – don’t cite any reference under these

            last two headings/ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS/ NOTES before the LIST OF REFERENCES/ REFERENCES/ Give All the Tables and

            Figures in the End after References/ Provide Figures in JPG Form


 

1. TITLE PAGE:

-           The Title Page Must Contain:

-           Title

-           Author’s Name (or Names)

-           Institution from which the paper emanated, with City, State, Country, Postal code, and E-mail Address

-           Name, Address, Telephone Number, Fax Number, and E-mail Address of the Author to whom all the correspondence is to

            be addressed.

-           Title-Running Head

-           Provide Abbreviated Title (Running Head) of the Paper: it should be a brief of the title not to exceed 50 letters and spaces to

            be printed with alternative page no. of the paper.

-           About Running Head: In the paper after the first printed page every alternative pages of the paper, on the top with Page No.

            there is the Name of the title in brief.


 

2. KEYWORDS:

-           Provide only 5-6 keywords and they should not be a repeat of the terms used in the article title

-           Avoid abbreviations as keywords

-           Write keywords alphabetically


 

3. ABSTRACT:

-          The abstract should consist of 100-150 words. The abstract should be written in complete sentences and should

            succinctly state the objectives, the experimental design of the paper, and the principal observations and

            conclusion; it should be intelligible without reference to the rest of the paper.

-           Do not cite any reference and avoid quotes in the abstract.


 

4. TEXT:

FORMAT: Prepare the paper as per format of the journal (check the attached file for format)

HEADINGS, SUBHEADINGS AND SUB-SUBHEADINGS

-           Check and use the fonts for the-

-           MAIN HEADINGS (CAPS BOLD)/

-           Sub-Headings (Upper Lower Bold Font) /

-           Sub-Sub Headings (Upper Lower Italics Bold Font) and

-           Sub-Sub-Sub Heading (Upper Lower Italics Font)


 

5. ABBREVIATIONS:

-           Give full name for each abbreviation and avoid them for & etc.


 

6. STATISTICAL SYMBOLS

-           Please check the statistical symbols carefully or use name of the symbol


 

GIVE TEXT UNDER THE FOLLOWING HEADINGS SEPARATELY


 

I. INTRODUCTION

-           Review specific and recent literature on the topic of research, to give convincing rationale behind the importance

            of studying of the present topic of research and may not be quite lengthy.

-           Don’t use text book basic material

Objectives

-           Give the objectives of the study in brief and under separate sub-heading

-                      Do not give sign of bullets/dots etc. In the text


 

II. METHODOLOGY

-           The methodology section should present explain methods used precisely.

-           Give when were data collected? What questions were used?

-           If an article is not based on any data but a desktop publication as there’s no data collected. However, the

            author should give explanations about methodology adopted.


 

III. RESULTS

-                     The results section should present all the findings and explain findings; simply inserting tables is not enough.

-                   Comment on the table.

-                     Present both quantitative and qualitative data in this section.

-                       Do not start a sentence with digits/figures, write in words

-                       In the text write % in words (percent) except in brackets and tables


 

IV. DISCUSSION

-                   Evaluate the observations more critically with recent studies (need to update with recent sources) reported

             on the topic of research.


 

V. CONCLUSION

-           It should be concise and reiterate the key discussion points. Streamline and make it more compact

-           Don’t cite any reference under this head


 

VI. RECOMMENDATIONS

-           Give recommendations of the study under separate heading, make it streamline and more compact.

-           Don’t cite any reference under this head


 

VII. LIMITATIONS

-           It should be brief

-           Don’t cite any reference under this head


 

DON’T GIVE SUMMARY IN THE END


 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT


 

NOTES

-           Keep all the footnotes in the end before the list of references


 

APPENDIX

-           Provide in English for readers who do not know the meaning of words of used in any other language.

            Put these under the head appendix in the end of the text


 

REFERENCES

CHECK THE FOLLOWING POINTS WHILE CITING THE REFERENCES IN THE TEXT AND LISTING THEM IN THE END

-           Check do not give number either in the text or in the list of References in the end

-           List only those REFERENCES in the end which are cited in the text



REFERENCES LISTED IN THE END

-          These should be listed at the end of article, arranged alphabetically according to the surnames of the authors

            and then chronologically.

-           Following are examples of the proper reference style of various sources but while listing there should not be

            any separate subheading/s for Journals/ Books/ Newspapers/ Magazines etc.  

-          Avoid using IBID and OP. CIT. in the text.

 

Journals:

Chopra VP 1983. Population structure of the Indian people. Some microevoluntary aspects. Anthrop Anz, 41: 111-117.

 

Books:

Bhasin MK 1988. Biology of the People of Indian Region. A Classified and Comprehensive Bibliography (Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka). Delhi: Kamla-Raj Enterprises.

 

Sections of Books:

Bhasin MK, Bhasin V 2001. Ecology and health: The Indian scenario. In: Veena Bhasin Vinay K Srivastava, MK Bhasin (Eds.): Human Ecology in the New Millennium. Delhi: Kamla-Raj Enterprises, pp. 43-82.

 

Newspaper / Magazine:

Bhasin Veena 1982. Ecology and Gaddi Culture. Hindustan Times, Weekly, August 29, 1982, P. 9.

 

Radio/Television Talk:

Bhasin Veena 1986. Radio Talk - Gaddis of Himachal Pradesh. All India Radio ‘Yuv Vani’ - 1st July, 1986.

 

Meeting Paper:

Bhasin V, Bhasin MK, Singh IP 1978. Some problems in the education of Gaddis of Bharmour, Chamba District, Himachal Pradesh. Paper presented in Seminar on Education and Social Change in Himachal Pradesh (H.P.) in H.P. University, Shimla, November 13 to 16, 1978.

 

Report:

UNESCO 1974. Report of an Expert Panel on MAB Project 6: Impact of Human Activities on Mountain and Tundra Ecosystems. MAB Report Series No. 14, Paris: UNESCO.

 

Thesis / Dissertation:

Bhasin Veena 1981. Ecological Influence on the Socio-cultural System of the Gaddis of Bharmour Sub-Tehsil, Chamba District, Himachal Pradesh. Ph. D. Thesis, Unpublished. Delhi: University of Delhi.

 

Work “in press”:

Bhasin Veena 2004. Economic pursuits and strategies of survival among Damor of Rajasthan. J Hum Ecol, (In Press).

 

Website:

Official Home Page of Work and Income New Zealand 2004.  From <http://www.workandincome.govt.nz> (Retrieved on 18 March 2004).

 

When there are more than three authors use et al. in place of rest of the authors.


 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR LISTING OF REFERENCES IN THE END

Check the List of References carefully and arrange them as per style of the journal as follow:

-           Do not put NUMBER before any Reference

-           Do not give sign of bullets/dots etc. In the text

-           Do not give any separate subheading/s for Journals/Books/Newspapers, Magazines/Websites etc.

-           Do not use COMMA, FULL STOP in an individual name,

-           Do not place AND when there are two or more than two authors,

-           Do not place use et al. (NOT IN ITALICS) when there are more than two authors, i. e., Give names of

            all the Authors, however you may use et al. After listing at least first three authors,

-           Place the YEAR of publication after the authors before the title of the paper, when using abbreviations

            for the title of the journal than do not use FULL STOP,

-           After the name of the journal put COMMA and give VOLUME NO. Than -COLON and PAGE NUMBERS.

-           Internet references should be mentioned when retrieved on;

-           Do not use OP. CIT.


 

REFERENCES CITED IN THE TEXT

-           Check do not give number either in the text or in the list of References in the end

-           References citations in the text should be in parentheses and include author name(s) and year of publication.

-           Text citations of two or more works at the time should be given in chronological order.

-           When citing a paper written by three or more authors, write the name of the first author plus “et al.” (However,

            all authors must be given in the Reference section).

-           Where there are two or more papers by the same author in one year, distinguishing letter (a, b, c....) should

            be added to year.

-           Write only Family Name/Caste and not first or middle name except when there is more than one author with

            the same Family Name/Caste than to differentiate among them use first and/or middle name.

-           All references should be carefully cross-checked; it is the author’s responsibility to ensure that references

            are correct.

-           List only those REFERENCES in the end which are cited in the text

-           Do not cite any reference in the Abstract, Conclusion, Recommendations and Limitation

-           Do not use IBID and OP. CIT. in the text.

-           When there is one authors’ cited for an observation/evaluation than arrange it as follow For example:

            Coale (1965) or Khakhar and Gulati (2000) or Dey et al. (2008)

-           When there are more than one authors cited for an observation/evaluation than arrange them according to

            the year of publication and do not put comma before the year and place semi colon after the year

            For example: (Coale 1965; De Jong 1974; Gulati 1996; Khakhar and Gulati 2000; Dey et al. 2008; Sharma 1997)

-           When there are more than one cited references in an observation/evaluation which are published in the same

            year than arrange the list of authors alphabetically For example: (Bhasin et al. 2007; Boon et al. 2007;

            Regassa 2007; Singh et al.  2007)

-           Delete  only comma before the year in all the references cited in the text

-           Delete comma after et al.,  (et al. Not in italics) and put only full stop after et al. In the cited references in the text

-           Put comma after the year instead of semi-colon  when all the cited references are of the same author/s

-           Put semi-colon instead of comma in between the authors after the year in all the cited references.

-           Put colon after year when citing page no. In the text

-           Do not use website as a reference in the text. Give the name of the author/s and year only


 

TABLES AND FIGURES

© TO REPRODUCE COPYRIGHT MATERIAL

-           As per policy of the journal, author should not use any copyright material (Figure/Tables etc.) In the paper. 

            However he/she may write about that in the form of text in the paper

 

TABLES

-           Give number to each table in the paper. Start the number from one onwards and use numbers in Arabic (1, 2, 3…)

-           Table titles should be complete

-           Table  should either in the end after the references or after the text of the table

-           Dont use above/below in the text for the table

-           Use decimal sign instead of comma in statistical values

-           Write all percentages in one decimal place in all the Tables in the text (for example 25.3 or 25.33)

-           Do not submit any scan table with the paper (send only Typed Tables)

-           All the tables must be in black & white and without any background

-           While the Tables clearly present the data, it is unnecessary to adopt whole questionnaire items as description for variables.

            The authors may wish to abbreviate the variables in smaller sentences that convey the same meaning

-           In percentage column always use at least one digit after dot (for example 25.3 or 25.33)

-           All the tables must be prepared as per format of the journal

-           Use Microsoft tool to draw yours Table and cite it in the text.

 

FIGURES, LINE DRAWINGS AND PHOTOGRAPH

-           Give number to each figure in the paper. Start the number from one onwards and use numbers in Arabic (1, 2, 3…)

-           Figure title should be complete

-           All the figures must be cited in the text.

-           Figure should either in the end after the references or after the text of the figure

-           Don’t use above/below in the text for the figure

-           Delete the figure if table is there for that observations.

-           Delete the Graphs and give the data in the form of tables for research paper.

-               The graphs in the paper will be more suitable while presenting the findings in a seminar/conference, but not in

            the printed form

-           Line drawing (Map/Graph etc.) Must be in Black & White only (without any background).

-           Fill the bars or/and circles with dots and line only but not in light and dark shade

-           Figure/s in line drawing and lettering on them must be clear and concise

-           Check lettering and labels should be large enough to allow for suitable reduction and readable after reduction.

-           Send the figure in JPG form only separately (not in MSWORD format of in PDF) for final processing

-           Permission to publish photograph of a subject:

-           Include the copy of the consent of the parents of the subject which permits the authors to publish the photograph of the

            subject, and also cover both the eyes also cover both the eyes and also nose bridge to make the figure appear better.


 

APPENDIX (IF ANY)


 

LANGUAGE AND TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS

-           Get the paper check from  a Professional English Language Editor to avoid typo errors

-           Use the word paper instead of article or study

-           Use the words the researcher/s instead of I/we

-           Paragraphs should be of reasonable sizes – not too big.

-           Use concise sentences.

-           Don’t start a sentence with digits/figures, write in words

-           Use that is for i.e.; for example for e.g.; and for & in the text

-           Do not use op. cit., ibid etc. in the text

-           Please note that always use English Alphabet of the English Language in the complete text Italicize the local words

-           Provide in English for readers who do not know the meaning of words of used in any other language. Put these under

            the Head Appendix in the end of the text


 

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