Instruction To Authors And Contributor
Formalities: The contributors may send the papers to the Administrative Editor. The paper will be screened and reviewed by the Members of the Editorial Board/Advisory Board for its suitability to be considered for publication and if it is observed suitable than the Corresponding Author is asked to complete the initial formalities as follow.
Processing Fee: Pay the processing fee of the paper and for Black and White and Coloured Photographs, if any in the paper (Not for Line Drawings/Graphs in Black and White only), which is mandatory. Please check that the payment of Processing Fee (PF) is not a guarantee that the paper may be accepted as it is.
Accepted Paper: After final acceptance, the disk along with the final and exactly matching printed versions with the underlining clearly marked should be submitted or e-mail the text to firstname.lastname@example.org. Acceptance of paper will be acknowledged via e-mail.
Disk: We can accept files created by MS Word. The disk label must contain the information your name and name of the text file(s) containing your submission. Footnote text should be placed as endnotes following the last page to text.
Authorization and Declaration: Authors must accept full responsibility for the content of their articles. The Members of the Editorial Board and the Publisher of the journal are not responsible for the statements and opinions expressed by the authors in their articles/write-up published in the journal. It is also for the authors to seek the permission whose copyrighted material they may use in preparation of their manuscript. While submitting the paper the author (s) must give a declaration that, “the article has not been published or sent for publication elsewhere.”
Size: An article should not generally exceed ten printed pages (18 double-spaced typed pages of MS Word). The authors would be charged for additional pages, even if a longer article is accepted for publication. Reporting of frequency data may be accepted in the form of a small report. Such reports should generally not exceed four pages, including tables/figures.
Title: The paper title, author’s colour photograph, author’s name, affiliation, complete address, Fax number, and e-mail address should appear on the first page of the article. When there is more than one author, the correspondence will be sent to the first author, unless otherwise requested.
Running Head: Not more than 40 characters (including spaces) should be identified on the title page.
Abstract: Not exceeding 250 words.
Keywords: Not exceeding six should accompany the manuscript.
Table: Each table should be typed separately and marked in the text in numerical order.
Illustration: It should be clear, concise, and good for reproduction (maximum size for illustrations is 120 x 180 mm/80x160mm). All illustrations are referred to as Figures.
Photograph: Photograph should be sharp for reproduction (maximum size for photographs is 120 x 180mm/80×160 mm). The cost of the reproduction of black and white and coloured photographs will be borne by the author(s).
List: A separate list of tables, figures, and illustrations with captions should accompany the manuscript.
Metric System: The metric system should conform to the International System of Units (S. I.).
References: These should be listed at the end of the article, arranged alphabetically according to the surnames of the authors and then chronologically. Following are examples of the proper reference style of various sources: Journals: Adomeh I., & Aluede, O. (2007). Harnessing the gains of public and private cooperation in education delivery in Nigeria. Journal of Social Science, 14(1): 73.
Books: Omozeghian, G.E. (2002). Comparative Education. ALCEL Concerns. Asaba, Nigeria.
Sections of Books: Cohen, C.P. (1998). United Nations Convention on Rights of the Child: Relevance for indigenous children. In: D.K. Bherea (Ed.): Children and Childhood in Contemporary Societies. Kamla-Raj Enterprises. Delhi. pp. 173-187.
Newspaper/Magazine: Bhasin Veena (1982). Ecology and Gaddi Culture. Hindustan Times, Weekly, 29th August 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 M.K. & Singh, I.P. (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, 13th to 16th November,1978.
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. The University of Delhi. Delhi.
Work “in press”: Van Wyk Chris, Lumadi M.W. (2009). Learning from external examiners about the application of critical research skills. International Journal of Educational Science (In Press).
Website: Morgan, D. (2000). Deregulation education in the United States: From Vouchers to Home Schooling to the end of Voluntary Deregulation. Online Journal Available at http: //www.writ.news.finalw.com/ commentary/20020917 morgan.html (Retrieved on April 22, 2004).
References in the Text: References citations in the text should be in parentheses and include author name(s), year of publication and page no (eg. Pillai 2003: 190). 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. All references should be carefully crosschecked; it is the author’s responsibility to ensure that references are correct.
Proofs: A single set of page and illustration proofs will be sent to the corresponding author for correction of typographical errors only; alterations other than correction of printer errors will be charged to the author. All corrections should be marked clearly, directly on page proofs.
Offprint: These may be ordered at prices shown on the order blank accompanying proofs. No free reprints are supplied, but any number in excess of 100, with or without covers, may be purchased. The order, along with payment, for reprints and extra printed pages (if paper exceeds twelve printed pages) should be sent with the corrected hard copy of the galley proofs.
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Plagiarism before publication The Editor of Journal will judge any case of plagiarism on its own merits. If plagiarism is detected, either by the editors, peer reviewers or editorial staff at any stage before publication of a manuscript before or after acceptance, during editing or at page proof stage, we will alert the author (s), asking her/his to either rewrite the text or quote the text exactly and to cite the original source. If the plagiarism is extensive, that is, below 10% of the original submission is plagiarized, the article may be rejected and the authors. Institutions/employer notified.