Guidelines for Article Writing and Presentation Competition
In order to provide a wider platform to the teachers, GSFC University has organised an article writing and presentation competition. The teachers are invited to submit their articles on the theme given below. The selected articles will be called for presentation and the best three articles will be awarded with the cash prize.
Reimagining the Novel Teaching Pedagogical Possibilities Post Covid 19 in Higher Educational Institutes.
NEP 2020: Empowering the teacher
The teachers of secondary and higher secondary schools
First prize - Rs. 5000
Second Prize - Rs. 3000
Third Prize - Rs. 2000
Selected articles will be published in University Newsletter (Special Addition)
Last Date of Registration and Submission of Articles: 11 July 2021
Completed articles must be original, well-written and adhere to the given article topic.
Submit articles in Microsoft Word document format (.doc or .docx) only. PDF form shall not be accepted.
Limit articles to about 3000 words.
The submission shall be typewritten in an A4 sized document with a 1-inch margin on all sides and be justified. (Times New Roman, size 12, Title should be 14 and heading should be 12 - bold).
The submission should be 1.5 line spaced (except footnotes which may be single-spaced)
The participant has to adopt a uniform style of citation throughout the document.
If images are included, submit in jpg or gif format only.
Check Grammars and Plagiarism before Submission.
APA citation style should be used.
Plagiarised articles will not be considered.
One person can submit only one article.
In case of any conflicts, GSFC University shall be the final authority on the guidelines.
Rights and Permission:
GSFC University reserves the Copyright of the Articles; however, in case of copyright infringement (copied matter), GSFC University is not liable for it. It will be the responsibility of the author to obtain permission for the use of any copyrighted material,including images,sound,and video files.
The submission shall be in English language only.
Write at a level appropriate for a higher education-level audience.
Avoid biased or derogatory language.
All article content must be written from a neutral point of view. This allows all views to be represented fairly and without bias. Authors should aim to provide complete information, and not to promote one particular point of view over another