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Article should contain an Abstract of 150-200 words. It should be written on separate page along with the list of key words.
Complete title of research paper, author's brief introduction along with postal and email addresses and word count should be clearly written on the title page. Author's name must not be mentioned on any page of the research paper. This is just to ensure the secrecy and blind review of the papers.
Article must be typed in double-spaced (including quotations, notes, information in tables and the list of references) using only one side of the paper. The length of Article must be between 5000 to 8000 words. The text should be written in Time new Roman with font size (12pt).
Article should contain conclusion and complete list of references.
Figures and tables should be numbered consecutively in Arabic numeral (Fig. 1, Fig. 2, and Fig. 3).Do not incorporate colorful figures and graphs in the article
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Journal of History ad Social Science
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