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Author Guidelines

  • Text Style :Calibri (Body)
  • Text Size: 10
  • line spacing: 1.15
  • After Abstract the full paper should be in Double columns. In case the figure or table cannot be adjusted in the double column then single column can be used.
  • Type area on a page is standard Letter( 8.5'' x 11''). All text should be fully justified. Margins for this type area: top 1.2'', bottom 0.7'; left 1.3, right 1.2. 


  • Paper Title: CAPITAL LETTERS. 12 point type
  • Author(s): Small Letters  , 10 point type
  • Affiliation(s): Small letters, 10 point type
  • Abstract : Indent right :0.5 and Left :0.5
  • Keywords: Indent right :0.5 and Left :0.5


  • First line of all paragraphs should be indented and there should be one line gap between consecutive paragraphs.

4. FIGURES (Line Art Drawings) AND TABLES 

Figures and tables may appear printed directly in the text and should be black and white or grayscale.
Figure should appear soon after the citation in the text or if it is too large at the end of the manuscript. 


  • Indent tables slightly from the left column margin, if it is necessary to use the full width of the page.


  • Titles/Captions for tables

The table caption should be typed to the width of the table itself and typed above the table. Text type of table caption should be 9 point (e.g., Table 1.Caption). Number the titles of the tables consecutively in the order of their first citation in the text.

4. HEADS / Sub Heads

  • Levels of subheads should be easily distinguishable from each other with the use of numbers. There should be one line spaces before each subhead and one line space after each subhead.


  • References text type should be 10 point at the end of each chapter for an edited volume and at the end of all chapters for an authored volume.
  • There are various acceptable reference styles: Samples here are included but any standard reference style is acceptable as long as consistency is maintained throughout the manuscript.
  • References can be listed in the order in which they appear in the text (cited by numbers) or in alphabetical order (cited by author name and year).


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