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  • Educational Innovations for Inclusive Development
  • Education and Socio-economic development
  • Education and Quality of Life
  • Education and Mental Health
  • Education and Creative Potential
  • Education and Self Development a Means to Inclusive Development
  • Holistic Education and Inclusive Development
  • Education and Social Justice
  • Education : Language and Cultural Inclusion
  • Education and Skill Development
  • Education and Development of Marginalised
  • Education and Employability
  • Culture Specific Education and Inclusive Development
  • Technical Education as an Instrument to Inclusive Development
  • Equity, Inclusiveness and Education
  • Socio-cultural determinants and access to education
  • Trends in educational scenario and the access to the marginalised communities

Guidelines for submission

  • The submission of articles must contain three attachments:
  • The article
  • A signed declaration that the article is original, unpublished and not submitted/considered for publication elsewhere.
  • Full correspondence details of the author/s such as official address, affiliation of institution, telephone number, fax, etc The first author will be considered the corresponding author
  • Articles must be normally between 3000 to 6000 words. Longer articles with high-end scholarly inputs are considered up to 8000 words. Shorter papers on theoretical models for theme-specific project interventions, filed-based initiatives/innovative models, case studies/anecdotes are also considered.
  • Provide an abstract of 150 to 250 words along with 4 to 6 key words
  • The text must be in word format, in Times New Roman 12 font, with 1.5 line spacing. For tables, it must be single spacing
  • Spelling: British, and ‘s’ not ‘z’
  • Maps, pictures/photographs must be given in jpeg format for clarity
  • Notes must be endnotes, numbered serially and to be given at the end of the article
  • References shall be given as endnotes in APA style

Important Dates/Deadlines:

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