Full Paper Guidelines

Submission of Papers

The results of the review of abstracts shall be shared via email correspondence and the paper presenters will be expected to submit their full paper and the PowerPoint Slides or any other mode of presentation intended to use by 15thApril, 2019. Each session will be given 15 minutes followed by discussion at the end of each session moderated by the session chairs. All presentations should be delivered in English. Please follow the template which is attached along this document.

Final Paper Guidelines 

Title bolded, 12-point Times New Roman, centred

Contact author’s name: Surname with initials, 10-point Times New Roman, centred

Contact author’s affiliation and full mailing address in 10-point Times New Roman, centred, and italicized

Contact Author’s e-mail address: 10 point Times New Roman, centred, italicized

Include co-authors’ surnames with initials

Formatting Guideline:

The final paper length should be between 4 to 10 pages (including references) in A4 page A4 (21 x 29.7cm). The top, bottom, right, and left margins should be 2.5 cm with 1.0 interline spacing. All the text must be in Times New Roman, single column, justified 10 point font for paper content and 12 point for the titles. Please follow one documentation and referencing style, such as Chicago, Harvard, Oxford, APA etc.  consistently. This also applies for the papers that have tables and figures.

Abstract [12-point Times New Roman, centred]

The abstract should consist of the problem statement/rationale, the method(s) employed, major results and significance/conclusion/recommendations, and keywords.

1. Introduction [Times New Roman, 12 point, bold, uppercase and left Alignment]  

In the Introduction section, please mention the area of study, its significance/purpose, and highlights on the methods(s) of data collection and analysis. Also include a few sources of literature, major findings and recommendations.  

2.  Literature Review (If applicable)

Some papers may require adequate discussion of literature to provide proper grounding to the study.

3.  Methodology (If applicable)

The section should contain the description of philosophical and methodological approaches you adopted to collect and analyse your data.

4.  Results and Discussion 

This section will consist of interpretation and findings from the analysis of the data collected. Further, the findings/result can be related to the literature to reach to concrete conclusion and to provide recommendations.

5. CONCLUSIONS

This section should consist of consolidation of key findings, recommendations and limitations.

6. REFERENCES