Call for Research Article for Multidisciplinary Research Book REFLECTION

Articles submitted by contributors if selected for publication have to pay a minimum publication fee

Research and Development Cell, Barnagar College, Sorbhog, Barpeta (Assam) is going to publish a multidisciplinary research-oriented book “REFLECTION” with ISBN No. Hence, insightful and research-based articles, either in English or in Assamese are invited from faculties, researchers and intending academicians (belong to Arts/Science/Commerce stream) by 31 March, 2024.

Submission Guidelines

  • The length of the manuscript should be in between 3000-6000 words. Articles written in English should be typed in MS Word with single space using Times New Roman Front, 12 front size and those who will write in Assamese should be typed in Adobe Pagemaker 7.0 using Ramdhenu front, 14 Front Size.
  • A 300 word abstract (exclusive of the word limit) is to be presented which highlights the main contribution and a declaration of originality is also be sent with the submission. A minimum 5 key words are to be added below the abstract.
  • Footnotes will not be accepted; however, authors can give endnotes. The endnotes should be serially numbered.
  • The contributors must incorporate statement of the problem, review of literature, objective, research method, sampling, analysis and findings of the study while writing the manuscript.
  • All paper must carry full and correct references/citations.
  • Authors are advised to follow APA style of referencing (latest edition). References should be embeddedin the anthropological style e.g. (Sen, 2001). Citation should appear alphabetically. Multiple referencesof the same data by the same authors should be aptly identified e.g. (Nayar, 1991 a: Nayar, 1991 b).

Style of reference should be as follows:


Guha, Ramchandra (2007). India after Gandhi: the history of the world’s largest democracy. Macmillan, London.

Journal Article

Bagchi, Alakananda (1996). “Conflicting nationalism: The voice of the subaltern in Mahasweta Devi’s Bashai Tudu”. Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature, Bol 15, No 1, pp 41-50.

Article from Edited Volume

  • Sarkar, N (1997), “A Note on Customary Laws of the Tagins” in Aspects of Customary Laws of Arunachal, PC Dutta and DK Quarah (eds.), Directorate of Research, Government of Arunachal Pradesh.
  • Tables and figures (graph, diagram, map etc.) must be provided in an editable format. The source of the table and figures must be acknowledged.
  • Articles submitted by contributors if selected for publication have to pay a minimum publication fee.
  • Contributors must provide their full name, institutional affiliation, contact No and E- mail.
  • Manuscript should be submitted to the email of the Co-Ordinator of Research and Development Cell, Barnagar College, Sorbhog (

All editorial correspondence should be sent to- Dr. Keshabananda Borah, MA, MEd, Ph.D.


Research and Development Cell Barnagar College, Sorbhog
Dist: Barpeta (Assam)
P.O- Sorbhog
Pin: 781317


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