Manuscript Preparation Guideline

The authors can avail the facility to submit the papers through direct email at [email protected] or submit their research papers through the website in paper submission page where the author can fill the submission form for a research paper.

After submission, the peer review process will take fifteen to twenty-one days.  If any error is rectified, it will be emailed to the author and only after authors consent, an error will be corrected. If the research paper is accepted for publication then the author will receive an online acceptance letter. Authors are requested to strictly follow the below-mentioned author’s guidelines. The Journal reserves the right to reject submissions in the event of irregularities against these mentioned author guidelines:

 

The authors can avail the facility to submit the papers through direct email at [email protected] or submit their research papers through the website in paper submission page where the author can fill the submission form of the research paper.

After submission, the peer review process will take fifteen to twenty-one days.  If any error is rectified, it will be emailed to the author and only after authors consent, an error will be corrected. If the research paper is accepted for publication the author will receive an online acceptance letter. Authors are requested to strictly follow the below-mentioned author’s guidelines. The Journal reserves the right to reject submissions in the event of irregularities against these mentioned author guidelines:

  1. The research paper or article must be plagiarism free and original. 
  1. The research paper sent for publication should be unpublished. It should not have been published elsewhere, or be under review for any other journal.
  1. IJELLH restricted to the disciplines of English language, Literature, and Linguistics, therefore, a paper written in other subject areas will not be accepted.       
  1. The text of a submission should only be in ‘Times New Roman font, 12 point font size, and normal lines space paragraphs.          

      5.   Author name and his/her should be left align and written in 12-point size, Times New Roman font. The  

           title should not bolded or italicized.  

         Please see below hot to write:

         Author name

         Designation (Research Scholar, Professor etc)

         Affiliation/College/University

         Author's City, State, Country

         Email:

         Professor/Guide/Co-Author name

         Designation (Research Scholar, Professor etc)

         Affiliation/University

     5.  The title should be Centered and written in 12-point size, Times New Roman font. The title should not

          bolded or italicized unless there is the title.

     6.  The abstract should not be bold, no italics, and no underline and center aligned.

     7.  Leave 1-inch margins on the top, bottom, and each side. The research paper should ideally range between            

          1500 – 5000 words included an abstract not exceeding 150- 200 words and references/works cited. 

     8.  Indent the first line of each paragraph half an inch from the left margin. Quotes longer than 4 lines should  

          be written as a block of text a half an inch from the left margin.

          All figures, images, tables of the manuscript should be embedded into the original text, separate files will
          not be accepted. For publishing purposes, the journal will request original media wherever required. 

     9. Works Cited (citations within the text of the document) page on a separate page at the end of your

         research paper. It should have the same one-inch margins.

Please find basic of Basic of Works Cited writing below- 

1) Author(Last name, First name then middle name if any). Personal Author(s), editor(s), corporate author, director

2) Title of source. Book title, article title, chapter title, the title of a TV episode, film title

 3) Title of the container, Book title, journal title, title of TV series

 4) Other contributors, Translators, performers

 5) Version, Edition, abridged/unabridged, the director’s cut

 6) Number, Volume and issue numbers, season and episode numbers

 7) Publisher, Publishers, university presses, organizations, governments, production companies

 8) Publication date, Use the date most pertinent to you, full dates are given in this format: 24 Aug. 2016

9) Location. Page number(s), web address, DOI, stable URL, time on a recording, DVD disc number

Bibliographic styles should be in MLA style. Please ensure that every reference cited in the text is also present in the reference list (and vice versa).  If you want to cite chapter six of a book name Never at Home, author name Dom Moraes, publisher name Viking, New Delhi, India, the publication year 1992.

           You will cite it as- SIX.” Never at Home, Viking, New Delhi, India, 1992

10. The Works Cited page begins on a new page. Centre the title Works Cited without

           underlining, bolding, or italicizing it. If there is only one entry, title this page Work Cited. 

11. MLA now requires only the publisher and not the city of publication. The 8thedition also

            does not require sources to have a publication marker, (such as “Print”).

12. If a print source does not list a publisher and you can inform who the publisher is, place the publisher’s name in brackets.   

13. MLA now requires URLs (when possible) when citing online sources. The date of access is optional, but be sure to include it whenever possible, since online works can be changed or removed at any time. List Works Cited of the online electronic journal the title of the source in quotation marks and the title of the container in italics, followed by a comma and the date of publication. Since this is an online source, include the URL and date of access. See example below:

         Author name Teron, Recho Benjamin, title is" The Biblical Basis of William Wilberforce's Fight for the Abolition of Slave Trade in the British Empire as Evidenced from His Writings and  publication is IJELLH then cite it like:

Teron, Recho Benjamin. " The Biblical Basis of William Wilberforce's Fight for the Abolition of Slave Trade in the British Empire as Evidenced from His Writings and

                     Speeches." IJELLH (International Journal of English Language, Literature in Humanities) [Online], 6.4 (2018): 11. Web. Accessed on 11 Apr. 2018

          

 

Font Font Size Text Align Align  Spacing
 Author/Author’s name Times New Roman 12 Normal Left  Normal
     Author’s Designation Times New Roman 12 Normal Left  Normal
Affiliation  Times New Roman 12 Normal Left  Normal
   Title of Paper Times New Roman 12 Normal Centered   Normal
Main content  Times New Roman 12 Normal Centered  Normal
Works Cited Times New Roman 12 Normal Centered Normal

 

 Please download the manuscript template. This will help you to prepare your manuscript for publication.