shyam lal college

Review Process
This conference seeks abstracts and full length papers upon subsequent acceptance of the former falling within the domain of the conference themes and tracks. The papers should make outstanding contributions to scholarly knowledge about notable theoretical concerns, empirical issues, or methodological issues in any subfield of present India's emergence as a power in the present world dynamism. The papers will be reviewed by some of the finest minds and experts of the fields. Papers need to meet the formatting and submission guidelines otherwise the full length paper will not be sent for review by experts. The papers will be selected on the basis of a double-blind review process.
The papers/manuscripts should address an important research problem or question, display a high level of creativity or innovation in research, contribute in a novel way to a body of knowledge, and (as appropriate) demonstrate superb theoretical/empirical development along with state-of-the art use of appropriate methodology.
The conference organizers will follow double-blind system to review submitted abstracts and papers. Therefore, the corresponding author must submit a fully anonymous version of the manuscript. The first page of the paper should mention the name of the author/s and affiliations and the second page should mention the title of the paper followed by write up/main texts of the author/s. The content of the manuscript must conform to the anonymity requirements, and must meet the standards to maintain anonymity.
In order to maintain the integrity of the double-blind peer review process, the manuscript must exclude any author-identifying information, such as title page information listing authors' names and affiliations, expressions of appreciation to others for advice or data, statements of where the manuscript may have been presented at a conference, acknowledgments of support for the research. The manuscript should not include a lengthy literature review. Instead, the text should cite only works that are directly relevant to the immediate research topic, in the process demonstrating any gaps in the literature that may have led to the current analysis and highlighting the current study's contribution to the ongoing line of scholarly work.