Author Guidelines


The Journal publishes original research paper with from India and abroad in the field of Social Sciences and Humanities. Paper must be typed Single spaced ample margin on all side on A4 size paper. The font used in Times New Roman with Normal font size is 10 in MS word document.

  1. The title of the article should be bold, centered and type in Sentence Case in 14 point Times New Roman Font.Must be Sentence Case
  2. The author details should be 12 point Times New Roman Font in Sentence Case accordingly- Full name » Designation  » Email  » Mobile numbers.
  3. All manuscripts must be accompanied by a brief abstract. Abstract including key words must not exceed 500 words. It should be in fully justified and normal text. It should highlight research background, methodology, major finding and conclusion in brief.
  4. Author must mention 4 to 6 keywords. Key words should be listed alphabetically, separated by commas and full stop at the end.
  5. Language: We only accept the manuscript written in English. Author can use both American and British version of English, but not mixture.
  6. Length of paper: The manuscript should not exceed 5000 words (Five thousand) and length of the paper should not exceed 20 pages.
  7. Manuscript: Manuscript typed in 10 point-Times New Roman with single space and single column on standard A4 size paper.
  8. Heading: All heading must be bold-faced, Sentence Case, aligned left with 12 point-Times New Roman and sub-heading in 10 point.
  9. Article title: It should be informative reflecting true sense of the manuscript and within three lines.
  10. Figures: The title must be above the table and source of data should be mentioned below the figures and tables. Figures and tables should be centered and separately numbered. The authors should make sure that table and figures are referred to from the main text.
  11. Photographs: Image files should be optimized to the minimum possible size (JPGE Format) without compromising the quality.
  12. Equations: All the equations used in research paper or article should be consecutively numbered in parentheses, horizontally centered with equation number placed at the right.
  13. Table: Number tables consecutively in accordance with their appearance in the text. Avoid vertical lines. They should be numbered consequently in Arabic numerals in the order of occurrence in the text.
  14. Acknowledgement: Acknowledgement of any funding sources, if any should be included at the end of the paper.
  15. References: Please make sure that every reference cited in the text must also be presented in the reference list and vice versa. The author is responsible for the accuracy of bibliographic citations. Reference should be in this order-
  • For Book- Surname of the Author » Name of the Author » Year within bracket » Name of the Book » Name of the chapter » Edition no. » Publishers » Publication place » Page no.
  • For Journal- Surname of the Author » Name of the Author » Year within bracket » Name of the journal » Name of the Topic » Page no.
  • For Conference paper- Surname of the Author » Name of the Author » Year within bracket » Name of the conference » Name of the Paper » Page no. 

For Internet sources no link address only website and sources. Please do not include DOI number in the references.

 

Example

  1. Anonymous (2010-2011). pasted economics, Generic crop India IIPR English, Production and Productivity. Pulses Development Scheme, ZPD, Kanpur, pp.62-67
  2. Bassiouny H M and Shaban Khan A (2010). Economic analysis for the efficiency use of mineral and bio-fertilizers on saline soil. Zagazig Journal of Agricultural Research, 37:208-214
  3. Dalvi, S.S (2011). Effect of rock phosphate with organic manures on nutrient uptake and yield of wheat. M.Sc. (Agri.) Thesis submitted to Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth, Rahuri (M.S.), India. 
  4. Duraisami, V.P., Man, A.K and Thilagavathi, T (2009). Effect of sources and levels of phosphorus and p solubilizers on iyield and nutrient uptake in rainfed greengram. Annals of Arid Zone. 40(1):43-48.
  5. FAI (2006). Quarterly Bulletin of Statistics. Fertiliser Association of India, New Delhi., 2: 25-26.
  6. Gabhane, V.V., Sonune, B.A., Paslawar, A. N., Mali, D.V. and Harle, S. M (2016). Response of green gram- safflower cropping sequence to phosphorus management in relation to yield, nutrient uptake and phosphorus use efficiency in Vertisols. Legume Research-An International Journal, 39 (1):61-69
  7. Gudadhe, N.N. (2008) Effect of integrated nutrient management system in cotton-chickpea cropping sequence under irrigated conditions Ph.D. thesis submitted to M.P.K.V., Rahuri.
  8. Isherword, K.F (1998). Fertilizer use and environment. In Proc. Symp. Plant Nutrition Management for Sustainable Agricultural Growth [N. Ahmed and A. Hamid (eds.)], NFDC, Islamabad pp. 57-76.
  9. Kogbe, J.O.S and Adediran, J. A (2003). Influence of nitrogen phosphorus and potassium application in the yield of maize in the savanna zone of Nigeria. African J. Biotech. 12 (2):345-349.
  10. Kuldeep, Singh. R. S., Manohar, A., Rakesh, Choudhary. Yadav. K and Sangwan, A (2015). Response of different sources and levels of phosphorus on yield, nutrient uptake and net returns on mungbean under rainfed condition .Agric. Sci. Digest, 35 (4): 263-268.
  11. Preeti, Choudhary. Gautam, Ghosh. Neha and Shobha, Kumari (2015). Effect on yield and benefit cost ratio of green gram at different phosphorus levels and frequency of boron levels. Int.Journal.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci, 12 (6):1095-1103.
  12. Ravi, N., Basavarajappac, R., Chandrashekars, C. P., Harlapurm, S. I., Hosamani, M. H. and Manjunatha, M. V. (2012) Effect of integrated nutrient management on growth and yield of quality protein maize. Karnataka Journal of Agricultural Sciences 25, 395-396.
  13. Richard, N., Onwonga, Joyce, J. Lele and Joseph, K (2013). Comparative Effects of soil amendments on phosphorus use and agronomic efficiencies of two Maize hybrids in acidic soils of Molo county, Kenya. American Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 3(4): 939-958.
  14. Saha, R., Mishra, V., Majumdar, B., Laxminarayana, K. and Ghosh, P (2012). Effect of integrated nutrient management on soil physical properties and crop productivity under a maize (Zea mays L) – mustard (Brassica campestris) cropping sequence in acidic soils of northeast India. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 41: 2187–2200.
  15. Shanwad, .U K., Aravindkumar, B. N., Hulihalli, U. K., Surwenshi, A., Reddy, M and Jalageri, B.R (2010). Integrated nutrient management (INM) in maize-bengal gram cropping system in Northern Karnataka. Research Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 1(3):252-254.
  16. Singh, Ummed. S. R., Singh, A., Saad. A and Mir, S.A (2009). Phosphorus management in green gram-brown sarson cropping system under rainfed conditions of kashmir yalley. Annals of Arid Zone, 48 (2); 147-151.
  17. Tetarwal, J.P., Ram, B and Meena, D.S (2011). Effect of integrated nutrient management on productivity, profitability, nutrient uptake and soil fertility in rainfed maize (Zea mays.L ). Indian Journal of Agronomy, 56 (4):373-376.
  18. Tiwari, R.K (2005) Long-term use of inorganic fertilizers and response of soybean to basal application of phosphorus. Journal of the Indian Society of Soil Science, 65:83-97.
 

 

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