Authors/s (surname, initials). Year
should mention clearly their names, address of the institutions
they work for, and author for correspondence (along with tel no.,
fax no., and e-mail id), if any.
Submit your paper online
or electronically at the following e-mail address (email@example.com)
positively by 15 September 2009
All invited papers will be published in the pre-conference
proceedings. Contributed papers will be published in the pre-conference
proceedings only if the paper is accepted for presentation and the
contributors register for the conference.
Paper should be submitted in MS Word (2000) format and limited
to 5000 words.
Each paper should contain a list of about five keywords.
The paper should also mention the topic under which it falls from
the list of topics given under 'Call for papers'
Use A4 size paper (210 mm by 297 mm). Please select A4 size
for the PDF also.
Provide title in Times New Roman font, bold, 14 point, along
with author/s name/s and affiliations.
Use Times New Roman font, 10 point for the main text, in
single column. Paragraph heading and sub-headings have to be displayed
properly (in bold).
Please set the margins as follows:-
Top: 3 cm
Bottom: 3.8 cm
Left: 3.8 cm
Right: 2.5 cm
Place page numbers at the bottom of each page, centred on
Set everything left-justified
Please use British spellings throughout the text.
Headings and subheadings can be numbered as 1, 1.1, 1.1.1,
etc. These numbers will not appear in final manuscript but it will
help in assigning proper levels to these headings and styling them.
Please use single quote marks throughout. In case of a quote
within a quote, keep the former in double quote marks, and the main
quote within single quote marks. Please leave a line space below
and above for quotations longer than 45 words.
Underline words that are to be set in italics.
Please pay attention to consistency in hyphenation. It should
either be ‘macro-economic’ or ‘macroeconomic’.
No end dots are required in acronyms such as SAARC. All
abbreviations and acronyms must be explained the first time they
appear in the text in the format TERI (The Energy and Resources
Institute), that is, abbreviation followed by expansion in brackets.
Please avoid non-specific time frames such as ‘last
Use figures for exact measurements (10 km; 10%) but words
for more general description.
Dates should be cited as '20 November 1980’ and decades
either as ‘the eighties’ or ‘1980s’. Follow
the international system of numbering, for example, thousands and
millions, rather than lakhs and crores.
References should not be given as footnotes. Footnotes should
be the explanation of a term or some extra information, indicated
in the text with superscripted Arabic number, appearing at the bottom
of the page
Tables and figures should be numbered in Arabic numerals
and cited properly in the text. These should appear in sequential
order in the text. The corresponding tables or figures should appear
next to where they are cited or should be placed at the end of the
Maps and figures have to be given as reproducible artworks
ready for press.
Tables and figures should have proper sources, if sourced
References shouldn’t be incomplete in any respect.
The references cited in the text should have details in the Reference
list and the ones mentioned in the list should be cited in the text.
Please follow the anthropological style of citing text references,
for example, (Singh 1990) or (Singh 1990: 160) where a specific
quote is cited. The complete bibliographical details should appear
alphabetically at the end of the article as
Title of the book in bold italics
Place of publication: Name of the publisher. *pp (total no. of pages)
Author A, Author B, and Author C. 1999
a book (multi-authored)
Title of the paper/chapter in bold
In Title of the book in italics, pp. 45–50, edited by X and
Place: Publisher. * pp.
Title of the paper in bold
Title of the journal/magazine/newsletter in italics Volume no (issue
Title of the report in bold (only the first letter in caps)
Submitted to …
Place: Name of the organization/publisher. *pp. [serial number or
any other identifier]
Name of the article in bold (version if available)
Website URL (accessed on date, month, and year)
|Paper in published proceedings
Title of the paper in bold, pp 45–50 (vol. no.)
In Title of the published proceedings in italics, edited by X, Y,
Place: Publisher. * pp.
[Proceedings of the Title of the conference/workshop, city, country,
date, organized by
name(s) of organizers]