Guidelines for Contributors

Thank you for choosing to submit your paper to us. Education India: A Quarterly Refereed Journal of Dialogues on Education provides an avenue for publishing Articles on topics related to different dimensions of Education; Book Reviews; Research Papers, Communications on new ideas, concepts, innovations and recent trends in education, by its practitioners and stakeholders. This journal strictly adheres to the peer review policy for articles /papers published in the journal. The journal has its own editorial and review board and the decision/ suggestion of the board will be final. You are requested to read instructions carefully before submitting the paper.
 Guidelines:

  • Articles submitted for the Journal should be original contribution/s and should not be published or under consideration for publication at any other place.
  • All individuals listed as author/s or co-author/s must have made substantial contribution/s and approve the final version of the article/research paper to be published.
  • The corresponding author must confirm that the author list is complete, that all co-author/s have agreed to be included in the author list, and that all co-author/s have read and agreed to submit the manuscript to be published.  
  • A declaration is to be made by the corresponding author/s on behalf of all the co-author/s that the research paper/ article/ review or any form of content, presented for publication  is original and has not been published or submitted for publication elsewhere.
  • Author/s is solely responsible for any copyright clearance, factual inaccuracies and opinion/s expressed in their paper.
  • The author/s must obtain the necessary permission to reuse third-party material in their article/paper.
  • All author/s of a manuscript should include their full name and affiliation on the cover page of the manuscript.
  • Manuscript including tables, figures and references should be around 1000 words for Book Reviews, 3000-4000 words for articles, 2000 – 5000 words for Research Papers with an abstract of around 300 words.
  • All the papers/ articles/reviews etc, should be typed in double-space with Time New Roman 12 point font and standard margin on all sides. Name, address and contact details should be there clearly.
  • The main text should not contain footnotes.
  • References should be given at the end of the paper and should contain only those cited in the text of the paper in latest APA style
  •  The final decision on the Acceptance, Review, Rejection or Otherwise for the article/ research paper etc rests with the Editorial Board. The article/s accepted may be modified or author/s may be requested for modifications to meet the journal’s standards.
  • Correspondence in this regard will be done with the first author/corresponding author unless otherwise indicated. The author/s will be solely responsible for any discrepancy or dispute with respect to their paper/s.

Caution:

  • None of the members related with this journal ask for any kind of money or favour for publication. Kindly do not pay any money to anyone for publishing your paper in this journal.
  • Before sending your paper kindly ensure that –
  • The website of the journal is www.educationindiajournal.org
  • The email id for any correspondence related with this journal is eijeditor@gmail.com
  • In any case of any fraudulent, none of the members related with this journal will be responsible.
  • The decision of Editorial/Review Board will be final in case of selection/ revision or rejection of the paper. Canvassing in any form will lead to rejection of paper.

                                                  Declaration Certificate:
   By submitting your paper to Education India: A Quarterly Refereed Journal of Dialogues on Education (ISSN 2278-2435), it is assumed that you have read the guidelines of the journal and hereby accept the following-

  • I am the sole author/corresponding author/s & co-author/authors of the article/ research paper.
  • I/We take the responsibility of the content and material of this paper as this is my/our original and genuine work and no part of it or its similar version is published or has been sent for publication anywhere else.
  • The article/research paper is original and own work of the author (i.e. there is no plagiarism or copy right issue). No ideas, processes, results or words of others have been presented as author’s own work.
  • I/We have read the manuscript carefully and hereby give consent to publish in your journal.

                                                                    
Note:
The full reference should be listed at the end in alphabetical order running the latest APA style: for Example-
Articles
Single Author
Over, R. (1982). Does Research Productivity Decline with Age? Higher Education, 11(5), 511-520.
Picou, J. (1978). Race, Athletic Achievement, and Educational Aspiration. The Sociological Quarterly, 19(3), 429-438. Retrieved July 27, 2020, from www.jstor.org/stable/4105576

Two Authors
Sewell, W., & Shah, V. (1968). Social Class, Parental Encouragement, and Educational Aspirations. American Journal of Sociology, 73(5), 559-572.

More than Two Authors
Sewell, W., Haller, A., & Straus, M. (1957). Social Status and Educational and Occupational
Aspiration. American Sociological Review, 22(1), 67-73.

Bandura, A., Barbaranelli, C., Caprara, G., & Pastorelli, C. (2001). Self-Efficacy Beliefs as Shapers of Children's Aspirations and Career Trajectories. Child Development, 72(1), 187-206.

Book
Miles, M., & Huberman, M., (1994). Qualitative Data Analysis. London : Sage.

Chapter in a Book

Cross, J. (2014). The Labour of Aspiration. In Dream Zones: Anticipating Capitalism and Development in India (pp. 127-159). London: Pluto Press.

Exley, D. (2019). School years. In The End of Aspiration?: Social Mobility and Our Children’s Fading Prospects (pp. 43-76). Bristol: Bristol University Press.

Butler, T., Hamnett, C., Mir, S., & Ramsden, M. (2011). Conclusions: Achieving aspiration? In Ethnicity, class and aspiration: Understanding London's new East End (pp. 229-244). Bristol, UK: Bristol University Press.

Research Report

Runde, D., Rice, C., & Yayboke, E. (2017). Innovation-Led Economic Growth: Transforming Tomorrow’s Developing Economies through Technology and Innovation (pp. 31-37, Rep.). Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). doi:10.2307/resrep23182.10

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