PAPER SUBMISSION & EVALUATION
Managed by DHS Foundation
PAPER SUBMISSION & EVALUATION PROCESS
Step 1. Call for Paper & Abstract Submission
- The call for the entries for the Paper is available on the website. Please visit the details page on site and choose anyone of the available Subject & Topic. First send us the abstract of your paper for acceptance.
Step 2. Eligibility Criteria
- Academician, Industry Participants, Research Scholars & Students (UG/PG) can participate
- Only English Language accepted
Step 3. Screening of received Abstract
- The DHS Foundation panel is entitled to screen Abstract to ensure adherence to the eligibility criteria and prescribed rules and regulations.
Step 4. Full Paper Submission by the Author
- After the abstract screening process, the qualified selected authors will be notified to submit the complete paper within prescribed duration.
Step 5. Registration for Selected Authors
- After inspection as per the standard Guidelines, All qualified Selected Paper Authors will be notified to complete the Registration process by paying registration fees.
Step 6. Paper Publications
- All acknowledged abstracts and full articles will be published in the e-Conference Proceedings.
- Selected papers will be considered for publication in UGC Care listed Journal
- Best papers will be considered for publication in Scopus listed Journal
- The conference papers will be published in the peer-reviewed Conference Edited Book (Full Paper) bearing an International Standard Book Number
UPACRI-2023 Full Paper Guidelines
1. Full Paper Length
- As a guide, articles should not be more than 4000 words in Length.
2. Page Setting
- Margins should be set at 1.2″ top, bottom, right and left.
- Set tab settings to 0.25″, so that first line of a paragraph is indented by that amount.
- Paper size should be set for 210mm by 297mm (A4).
- All text should be type in Times New Roman with 12 point and fully-justified.
- Title in addition to the title heading, no paper should have more than three levels of headings within the body.
- One line is skipped, and then the title should be printed in upper and lower case letters, 20 point in bold-type, and flush to the center margin. Titles that fill more than one line should be single-spaced, and each line is justified.
- The author(s), affiliation(s) and email should be center, single-spaced, and typed beginning on the second line below the title as shown above. Use 12 point type. Do not use titles such as “Dr.” or “Professor.” Additional authors and affiliations should be stacked under the first with no space between. You should include your your institution’s name and country (all capital) and email.
- Sub-headings within the body.
- First level subheading should be left-justified, boldface, in upper and lower case, and printed in 12-point.
- Second level subheadings should be left-justified, upper and lower case, in bold italics, and printed in 12-point.
- Third level sub-headings, if necessary, are indented, bold italics, upper case on the first word only, and no punctuation at the end. That paragraph begins right after the sub-heading.
4. Abstract Section (of full paper)
All papers begin with an abstract not more than 200 words. The abstract be single-spaced and italicized. Type should be 12 point. Do not print a sub-heading over the abstract.
5. Body (of full paper)
- The body of the paper should have one space and should immediately follow the invisible. Use a type of 12 points on the body of the paper. Undo each section.
6. Inline Figure & Tables
- Figures and Table should appear inside the body of the paper and should be numbered in sequence. They can be single column width (3.35 ″ maximum) or two column width (7.0 ″ maximum) number or table number and the description should appear in the middle in the form of boldface 12-point at the top. See the example below. Images, symbols, or parts of a figure should be clearly produced if possible. If necessary, tables can be printed in two or more columns.
- Appendices, if used, should follow the instructions. The word “Appendix” should be on top of each appendix as the first level title. If there are more than one appendix, enter each number in sequence.
- References for other publications should be in the style of Emerald/ APA seventh edition and carefully checked for completeness, accuracy and consistency. This is especially important in the electronic field because it enables your readers to use the Reference Linking Facility in the database and link back to where you should quote what is published in the text.