The International Journal of Research and Analysis is delighted to announce a call for papers for its Volume 5 Issue 5 [ ISSN 2347-3185, which will focus on contemporary issues in the field of law.
Paper Submission Procedure
Authors may submit papers directly on the website under ‘Submit Article’ link where further details regarding the submission procedure is available and mandatorily all authors are required to submit article to [email protected]
The authors are duly expected to follow the prescribed format:
The author/s shall submit the article on an A4 size paper length
The words limit for article shall be 3000-4000 words, book reviews: 1000-1500 words, short comment: 2000-2500 words.
The submission shall be in MS Word 2003 or 2007 format strictly.
The font shall be in Times New Roman of font size 12, with a spacing of 1.5. The footnotes to be in Times New Roman of font size 10.
Endnotes are not to be used.
Citation Mode – A uniform method of citation is accepted.
Each article should be accompanied with an Abstract, explaining the aims and object of the paper.
All articles submitted will be checked for plagiarism. The authors are strictly expected to acknowledge the references made use of.
Co-authorship will be allowed to a maximum of two authors and two separate certificates shall be issued.
Publication and Processing fee
INR. 1800/- for Single Author
INR. 2800/- for Co-Authorship
The authors are kindly expected to deposit processing and publication fee, once the research paper is accepted for publication. The mode of payment will be intimated to the author/s via email.
The fee includes a Certificate of Publication to the author/s through speed post/courier.
Submission Deadline: 9th March 2020.
Intimation of Acceptance: 5 days from the date of submission.
Date of Publication of Volume 5 Issue 5: 18th March 2020.
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