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  • Early bird registration closing date is on 10-01-2019
  • Last Date for the submission of abstract: 31-01-2019
  • Last date for the submission for full paper: 22-02-2019

Abstract and Full paper Submission

Hard copy of the Full paper has to be submitted at the time of Paper Presentation.

Rules for writing abstract

The abstract is a brief, single-paragraph summary with the following headings aim, method, results, and implications.

The abstract's length should be a minimum of 150 words and a maximum of 250 words

Should be typed in Times New Roman, 12 pt

The title of the abstract is centered at the top of the page followed by the Name(s) of the authors.

Author's affiliation should be written after the keywords.

APA recommends using the active voice and past tense in the abstract, but the present tense may be used to describe conclusions and implications. Acronyms or abbreviated words should be defined in the abstract.

The list of keywords should follow after the abstract paragraph, and the keywords should be italicized

Rules for full paper

Should follow the format of Introduction–Method–Results–Discussion

Should be typed in Times New Roman, 12 pt with bold headings

The length of the full article should be minimum 1600 to maximum 2200 words including tables and figures

Introduction:

To establish current knowledge of the field;

To summarize previous research, providing the wider context and background and the importance of the current study;

To set the stage for the present research, indicating gaps in knowledge and presenting the research question

To introduce present research, stating its purpose and outlining its design.

Methods:

Valid research design

Participant sampling techniques are appropriate,

Measures are reliable and valid for assessing the variables of interest

The statistical procedures are appropriate and sufficiently sophisticated to examine the data and are carried out appropriately.

Results and discussion:

Results provide information on descriptive statistics, tests of significance, including null hypothesis testing, inferential statistics in table format.

In the Discussion section, evaluation and interpretation of the findings. This section should begin with a statement of support or nonsupport for the original hypotheses in light of the findings..

Conclusion

Article should be concluded with findings, limitation and implication

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