The following text provides detailed information about various aspects of Manuscript preparation for submitting to JIID.
All papers should have a brief introduction. The text should be intelligible to readers in different disciplines and technical terms should be defined. The text may be broken into sub-headings.
The Figures (graphs, charts etc.) should be neatly prepared and placed within the text. They should be numbered in a chronological order using numbers (1, 2, 3 and so on) in the order of their appearance in the text. Each figure should have a suitable caption and the caption must be placed below the figure. Note that each figure will be considered equivalent to 250 words. If the figure is made using data from another source, the source should be included within brackets after the caption and the full details of the source should be included in the references. E.g.
Figure. 1 Graph depicting the rise in population of Delhi from 1901 to 2001. (Source: Census of India, 2011)
The text should include a reference to respective Figures else the Figures will be removed. E.g.
The population of Delhi has been on the rise since 1901 (Fig.1).
The Tables should be neatly prepared in a word processing software (e.g Microsoft Word, OpenOffice) and placed with the text. They should be numbered in a chronological order using numbers (1, 2, 3 and so on) in the order of their appearance in the text. Note that each figure will be considered equivalent to 250 words. Each table should have a suitable caption and the caption must be placed above the table. If the table is made using data from another source, the source should be included within brackets after the caption and the full details of the source should be included in the references. E.g.
Table. 1 District-wise density of population in the NCT of Delhi. (Source: Census of India, 2011)
The text should include a reference to respective Tables else the Tables will be removed. E.g.
There is much variation in the density of population in the NCT of Delhi (Table 1).
How to Cite papers:
Van Roon, A., Mulder, L., Althaus, M., and Mulder, G. 2004. Introducing a baroflex model for studying cardiovascular effects of mental workload. Psychophysiology, 41, 961–981.
i.e. Surname of First Author, Initials of First Name of First Author, Surname of Second Author, Initials of First Name of Second Author, and so on. Year. Name of the Research Paper. Name of the Journal. Volume, Page numbers of the article.
How to Cite Books:
Jans, N. 1993. The Last Light Breaking: Life among Alaska’s Inupiat Eskimos. Anchorage Publishers, Alaska (USA).
i.e. Surname, Initials of Firs Name of Author. Year of Publication. Name of the Book. Name of the Publisher, Place and Country where Publisher is Located.
For seeking How to Cite help about other materials, please consult with the Editor (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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