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Instructions for Research Papers:

  1. Abstract: Manuscripts should include an abstract of no more than 250-300 words that describe the manuscript’s main theme. 
  2. Introduction: Provide a clear and concise statement of the research question, including its significance and the gap in knowledge that the study aims to address.
  3. Literature Review: Conduct a thorough and critical review of the existing literature on the topic, demonstrating the relevance and significance of the research question.
  4. Methodology: Describe the methodology used to conduct the research, including the research design, data collection methods, and analysis techniques.
  5. Results: Present the research findings in a clear and organized manner, using tables, figures, and graphs where appropriate.
  6. Discussion: Interpret the findings in light of the research question and relevant literature, and discuss their implications for research, practice, and policy.
  7. Conclusion: Summarize the key findings of the study and their implications, and offer recommendations for future research or policy.
  8. References: Provide a complete list of references cited in the manuscript, formatted according to the journal’s guidelines.

By following these instructions, authors can increase the likelihood of their manuscripts being accepted for publication in South India Journal of Social Sciences.