Research Scholars currently enrolled for full-time and Part time Ph.D. in any discipline directly or indirectly related to the above-mentioned areas are eligible to participate in the Colloquium.

Submission Guidelines

The participants need to submit the full manuscript

Cover page: Each manuscript should include a cover page with title of the paper, abstract (not more than 150 words), author names and affiliations. The research scholar presenting the paper should be the first author.

Track 1 - Doctoral proposal track: (for PhD scholars in the initial stages of their Ph.D.) Participants in this track can present their full thesis proposal. The proposal should contain the problem statement ,research questions, initial review of literature, the proposed methods ,practical and social implications of the research.

Track 2 - Advanced Research Paper Presentation: (for scholars in advanced stages of their research.) Participants in this track will present a full research paper or working paper which is near-publication stage. The paper should not be a previously published work else where

Font: Times New roman, size 12, 1.5 space.

Maximum words: 6000 (for Doctoral Proposal), 7500 to 10,000(for Doctoral Thesis paper)

References: All papers should follow APA 5th Edition reference style

The above guidelines are strictly enforced, and papers not adhering to these guidelines may not be accepted for presentation and publication.

A single PDF file should be submitted through Submission System latest by March 5, 2020

Publication opportunity

High quality and seminal papers will be sent to Scopus/ABDC listed journals for publication
Publication charges may apply