Annals of the National Association of Geographers India
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Volume 42 (2022) Issue 2 , (July-2022 to December-2022)
Impact of Sediment Quarrying on the Channel Morphology of the Upper Mahananda River, West Bengal, India by Subhajit Sarkar, Kashmiri Begum and Sunil Kumar De
Assessment of Soil Erosion and Sediment yield in a Semi-arid Region of India using RUSLE and Geospatial Techniques
by Padmini Pani, Robi Routh and Surya Narayan Mohapatra
Delineation of Mangrove Patches using Multiple Landsat-8 OLI-based Indices: A Case Study of Indian Sundarban and Surroundings by Biswajit Mondal, Ashis Kumar Saha and Anirban Roy
An Analysis of 2014 Flood Disaster in Jammu and Kashmir (J&K): A Case Study of 2014 Floods in and around Jammu City by Satvinder Kaur
Assessment of Quality of Life in Native Ethnic Tribes of Cold Desert Leh-ladakh by G. M. Rather
Geospatial Techniques Based Analysis of Forest Cover Reclamation in Karnaprayag CD Block, Uttarakhand – India by Gopinath Patra, Sucheta Mukherjee and Vibhash C. Jha
Estimation of Potential Soil Erosion in Majuli Island using Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation Model
by Bharati Gogoi
Analysis of Land Use Land Cover Dynamics of Keecheri-Puzhakkal River Basin in Thrissur District, Kerala, India: A Geospatial Approach by Yomna. P. Zainulabdeen and H. Nagaraj
Folk Culture Regions of Madhya Pradesh by S. K. Tiwari and Y. G. Joshi
Dimensions of Development of the Scheduled Tribes in Madhya Pradesh: A Comparative Analysis by Dharam Das Vishwakarma
Transboundary River Management in South Asia: The Exigency of Multilateral Institutional Framework by Ravindra Jaybhaye and Rahul Lad
Comparative Study of the Health of Elderly Population: A Case Study of District Haora, West Bengal by Satabdi Ganguly and Snehamanju Basu
Patterns and Reasons of Inter-State In-Migration: A Case Study of Himachal Pradesh by Kapil Dev and S. P. Kaushik
A District Level Rural Vulnerability Assessment in Uttar Pradesh - An Analytic Hierarchy Approach (AHP) by Deepika Vashishtha and Shahab Fazal
Reflections on 21st Century Human Habitats in India Felicitation Volume in Honour of Prof. M. H. Qureshi Reviewed by Sumana Bandyopadhyay
Volume 42 (2022)
Volume 42 (2022) Issue 1 , (January-2022 to June-2022)
Landslide in Rocks of Jodhpur Group at Masuria Hill in Jodhpur, Western Rajasthan, India: Its Causes and Threat to Significant Geoheritage by Saurabh Mathur, Sudhanshu, Shruti Kanga, Suraj Kumar Singh, C. P. Khichi, S. C. Mathur, M. S. Nathawat and Shiv Singh Rathore
Land Conversion and Its Effect on Land Surface Temperature in the Thiruvananthapuram District of Kerala by Aneesh M.R, Suresh S, Prasad T.K and Mani K
Using Geospatial Technology to Analyse Land Use and Land Cover Mapping in Kashmir
Valley (2020) by Ruyida Mushtaq, Rajesh Kumar Yadav, Harmeet Singh, Pervez Ahmad and Tariq Ahmad Raja
Environmental Impact Assessment of Urban Sprawl of Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India by Kumar Ashish, Kumar Parvesh, Brar Karanjot Kaur and Luthra Ashwani
Regional Disparity in Levels of Agricultural Development in Rajasthan: A District Level Analysis by Alok Chauhan and Ajay Kumar Thakur
Child Labor and Its Correlates: A Case Study of Gujarat by Pragati Pandey and Vivek Kumar Shukla
Promoting Local Green Livelihoods: Practitioners' Perspectives from Himachal Pradesh by Sachin Kumar
Occupational Specialisation of Labour Force in Class One Cities of India by Daljit Singh and Manisha Chhillar
Spatial Analysis of Public Healthcare Facilities in Periyapatna Taluk, Mysore, Karnataka by Minutha V and P. Jayashree
Deviations in Master Plan of Nokha Town: Geospatial Science and Technology based Analysis by Md Mehraj and Lokesh Tripathi
Delineated Sphere of Influence of Industrial Towns of Paschim Bardhaman District, WB by Sougata Maji
Assessment of The Determinants of Female Workforce in India by Saumya Singh
Social Infrastructure In India: Spatial Disparities and Determinants by Sandeep Kumar Sharma and B. R. Thakur
Is 'peninsular India' A Geographical Expression? by Sarfaraz Alam, Amiya K. Samal and K.N. Prudhvi Raju
Volume 41 (2021)
Volume 41 (2021) Issue 2 , (July-2021 to December-2021)
ANALYSIS OF TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION TRENDS IN SOUTHERN HARYANA
by Munesh Kumari and Suresh Chand Rai
STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF ANNUAL MAXIMUM FLOWS OF A CONTROLLED RIVER: A STUDY ON THE KANGSABATI RIVER, INDIA by Sahidul Karim, Soumik Das and Sunil Kumar De
ELEVATION BASED COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF GLACIERS OF SIKKIM AND BHUTAN USING REMOTE SENSING DATA by Vanya Bajpai and Rolee Kanchan
REMOTE SENSING AND GIS IN LAND USE CHANGES AND ITS RELATION ON LAND SURFACE TEMPRATURE USING LANDSET DATA SERIES: A CASE STUDY OF CHANDAULI DISTRICT by Sushil Kumar Yadav and K.P. Goswami
THE IMPACTS OF COAL MINING ACTIVITIES ON LAND RESOURCES IN INDIA AND ITS MITIGATION MEASURES: A GLIMPSE by Sangita Mahata and Vishwambhar Nath Sharma
CONCENTRATION OF ROAD ACCIDENTS IN PUNJAB STATE OF INDIA: A GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS
by Santosh Kumari, D.D.Sharma and Virender Singh
AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF ECOTOURISM IN UTTAR PRADESH, INDIA by Shweta Srivastava and Gayatri Rai
A CASE STUDY OF SOIL TYPES OF KINNAUR AND CHAMBA DISTRICTS, HIMACHAL PRADESH, INDIA by Archana, Monika Chauhan, Aparna Sarin and Kunal Satyarthi
UNDERSTANDING TRADE GEOGRAPHIES OF ‘THE REST’: A CASE OF INDIA by Purva Yadav
MEASURING WATER POVERTY IN RURAL COMMUNITIES IN ARID PLAINS, HARYANA (INDIA) by Swati Thakur
RURAL DWELLINGS AND HOUSE TYPES OF CHURA CASTE IN JHAJJAR DISTRICT: A CLAN-WISE ANALYSIS by Rekha Dhanak and K.V. Chamar
URBAN GROWTH OF HISAR CITY(HARYANA) A SPATIO-TEMPORAL ANALYSIS by Vibha Kaushik and Inder Singh
Volume 41 (2021) Issue 1 , (January-2021 to June-2021)
Assessment of Availability and Achievements of the Public Health Care Services in Rural India by Shrikamal Sharma
Internal Structure and Flow Pattern of a Periodic Market in the Brahmaputra Valley, Assam by Nityananda Deka and A.K. Bhagabati
A Geographical Analysis on Crop Concentration in Chamarajanagara District by Sowmya. R And H Nagaraj
Geographical Basis of Conflict between India and Pakistan by Sudeepto Adhikari and Mukul Kamle
Agricultural Regions of Chhattisgarh by Anusuiya Baghel and Brisaketu Panda
Composition and Ownership Pattern of Livestock in Haryana: Socio-spatial Analysis by Ram Juwari Chauhan and M.S. Jaglan
Availability of Groundwater Resources from different sources in Bhiwani District, Haryana
by Anju Gupta and Jitender Kumar
Accessibility of Rural Roads in Jaipur District
by Richa Singh, Sarina Kalia and K.K. Mishra
Disease Ecology of Thyroid in Mountain Ecosystem of North Kashmir Himalayas by G. M. Rather
India’s Domestic Climate Policy: Past, Present and Future Strategies by Manoranjan Ghosh and Somnath Ghosal
Dynamics of Cropping Pattern in Arid Western Plain Zone of Rajasthan by Shivangini Rathore and Seema Jalan
Urban Expansion and Characteristic Features of Suburbanization Process in Aligarh, A Case Study by Salma Sultana and Shahab Fazal
Volume 40 (2020)
Volume 40 (2020) Issue 2 , (July-2020 to December-2020)
VILLAGE ECOLOGY, DEPLETION TRENDS AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT NEEDS by R.B.P. Singh
AN INVESTIGATION INTO SPATIAL ACCESSIBILITY OF PRIMARY HEALTH CENTRES IN AHMEDABAD DISTRICT, GUJARAT, INDIA by Shweta Khandelwal and Rolee Kanchan
ROAD TRAFFIC FATALITIES AND ACCIDENT RISK IN UTTARAKHAND STATE OF INDIA: A GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS by Santosh Kumari, D.D Sharma and Virender Singh
DOCUMENTATION OF SURFACE SOIL CHARACTERISTICS AS INDICATOR OF AGRICULTURAL OUTCOME: A CASE STUDY OF DHUPGURI BLOCK, JALPAIGURI (WEST BENGAL) by Bhupesh Roy Prodhan and Snehasish Saha
GEOGRAPHY OF MEGALITHIC PERIOD IN SOUTH MAIDAN, KARNATAKA by Hema Thakur
CHANGING SPACES IN SMART CITY: A CASE STUDY OF PUNE MUNICIPAL CORPORATION by Virendra Nagarale and Piyush Telang
GROWING WATER CRISIS IN AGRA CITY by Ms. Sakreen Hasan
IDENTIFICATION OF LANDSLIDE-PRONE ZONES OF MANDAKINI VALLEY (CENTRAL HIMALAYA) POST-KEDARNATH TRAGEDY (2013) by Suman Das and Ashis Kumar Saha
GEOSPATIAL TECHNOLOGY BASED GEO-ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF
SLATE MINING ACTIVITIES by Tejpal, M.S. Jaglan and B.S. Chaudhary
SLOPES OF THE YAMUNA & CHAMBAL RAVINES OF AGRA DISTRICT: A MORPHOGENETIC ANALYSIS by Chandra Bhan and Pankaj Kumar
CONTEXTUALISING THE GENESIS OF GEOGRAPHY DEPARTMENT IN AN INDIAN UNIVERSITY by Sarfaraz Alam
URBAN LAND USE/LAND COVER CHANGES IN GURUGRAM DISTRICT, HARYANA USING LANDSAT IMAGES by Suman Chauhan and Sunil Kumar
MAPPING PLACE NAMES OF INDIA By Prof. Anu Kapur
Reviewed by Prof. H.S. Sharma
Volume 40 (2020) Issue 1 , (January-2020 to June-2020)
21ST CENTURY CHALLENGES OF AGRICULTURE, HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON TRIBAL AREAS by Rana Pratap
LINKING HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT WITH EDUCATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE AND URBANISATION by Hariharan Ramachandran
URBAN-REGIONAL PLANNING: HOW TO DEAL WITH COMMON PROBLEMS AND COMMON THEMES by Nandeshar Sharma
4. STRUCTURAL CONTROL IN THE EVOLUTION OF GRANITIC LANDFORMS: A STUDY OF DOMES AND TORS IN DUMKA, JHARKHAND by Sayan Choudhary and V.C. Jha
REGIONAL DISPARITIES IN INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT : A CASE STUDY OF BAIJNATH BLOCK OF DISTRICT KANGRA, HIMACHAL PRADESH by Seema Choudhary and D.D. Sharma
ARIDITY ASSESSMENT OF SEMI-ARID AGRO-CLIMATIC ZONES: A STUDY OF EASTERN RAJASTHAN by Ravi Jhurawat, Padmini Pani and Avijit Mahala
REGIONAL PATTERNS OF RURAL-URBAN MIGRATION IN UTTAR PRADESH: INSIGHTS FROM CENSUS 1991-2011 by Alok Kumar Choubey and Gayatri Rai
REGIONAL DISPARITIES IN THE LEVEL OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN BUNDELKHAND REGION: AN INTER-BLOCK ANALYSIS by P.K. Sharma and Sonal Srivastava
AN APPRAISAL OF URBAN MORPHOLOGY OF MAUNATH BHANJAN CITY by Sanjay Kumar Bharati
SOCIO-ECONOMIC DYNAMICS AND LIVELIHOOD PATTERNS IN THE SIDDI COMMUNITY by Karan Singh and Sushil Dalal
INVESTIGATING THE ENVIRONMENTAL RISK AND VULNERABILITY OF CITIES IN SENSITIVE AREAS, CASE STUDY OF FERDOWS CITY IN IRAN
by Rostam Saberifar and Uday Chatterjee
WOMEN AND CHILD TRAFFICKING FROM NEPAL IN INDIA: MECHANISM, CONTROL MEASURES AND IMPLICATIONS by Vinod K. Bhardwaj
GEOGRAPHIC HISTORY OF THE SUB-CONTINENT! Reviewed by Sanjeev Sanyal 193-197
RESOURCES AND DEVELOPMENT Reviewed by L.N. Ram and B. Thakur1 99-204
Volume 39 (2019)
Volume 39 (2019) Issue 2 , (June-2019 to December-2019)
AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES IN INDIA by M.H. Qureshi
PRESSURE, STATE, RESPONSE IN A GROWING METROPOLIS – A CASE OF HYDERABAD CITY REGION by S. Padmaja and Kaushalya Ramachandran
SPATIO-TEMPORAL PATTERNS OF CRIME IN INDIA, 1991-2011 by Ritvik Chauhan and Vijay Kumar Baraik
LAND USE CHANGES IN GHAZIPUR DISTRICT (UTTAR PRADESH): A GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS by Vineet Kumar Rai and Gayatri Rai
AN ASSESSMENT OF LAND TRANSFORMATION DUE TO URBAN SPRAWL IN UNNAO TOWN, UTTAR PRADESH by Roohi Fatma and Vandana Kumari Chauhan
DECENTRALIZATION OF WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: ISSUES AND PERSPECTIVES INVOLVING PRIVATE AND COMMUNITY INITIATIVES IN DARJEELING TOWN, WEST BENGAL by Ashish Chhetri and Lakpa Tamang
ZONE OF INFLUENCE OF CITIES: RANDOM ANALYSIS OF RURAL PERIPHERY OF MUMBAI AND BANGALORE by Surya Tewari
INTEGRATED LAND USE PLANNING FOR DEVELOPMENT OF SALEKASA TALUKA, GONDIA DISTRICT, MAHARASHTRA by Jyoti S. Rokde and Arun Chaturvedi
SOCIAL SUSTAINABILITY AND URBAN GOVERNANCE: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF HYDERABAD AND JAIPUR by Vikas Sehra and Milap Punia
URBAN CHANGE DETECTION USING REMOTE SENSING AND GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM – A CASE STUDY OF DELHI REGION, INDIA by Ashwani kumar Awasthi and Umakant Rawat
BHOOGOL VACHASPATI AWARDS 2015
THE VULNERABLE ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR ISLANDS : A STUDY OF DISASTER AND RESPONSE By Punam Tripathi Reviewed by Professor Sudesh Nangia
Volume 39 (2019) Issue 1 , (January-2019 to June-2019)
GEOSPATIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES BEFORE GEOGRAPHY by N.C. Gautam
PUBLIC PLACES AND CRIME IN DELHI: A STUDY FOR CRIME PREVENTION THROUGH PLACE DESIGN by R. N. Dubey
ESTIMATION OF SURFACE SOIL EROSION USING USLE MODEL (MODIFIED) OF DHUPGURI BLOCK, JALPAIGURI (WEST BENGAL) by Snehasish Saha and Debarshi Ghosh
ANALYSIS OF THE ZONAL VARIATION IN MEANS OF IRRIGATION IN JAMMU PROVINCE OF JAMMU & KASHMIR STATE by Shashi Prabha
AN ASSESSMENT OF INFRASTRUCTURAL FACILITIES IN SLUMS OF BHOPAL CITY by Archana Sen and Srabani Sanyal
URBANIZATION IN INDIA: A COMMENTARY ON CRITERIA AND CONTRADICTIONS by Arun Kumar Singh
INVESTIGATING THE SPATIAL VARIATION OF DEPRIVATION IN KOLKATA MUNICIPAL CORPORATION AREA, INDIA by Jaydip De
ASSESSMENT OF DUG WELL WATER QUALITY: A CASE STUDY OF RAIPUR CITY, CHHATTISGARH (INDIA) by Sanjib Pramanik, K.N. Prasad and N.K. Baghmar
CLASSIFICATION OF URBAN LANDUSE AND LAND COVER (LULC) OF NASHIK CITY (PANCHAVATI DIVISION) IN MAHARASHTRA (INDIA) by Vinayak B. Kale
DIRECTIONS OF URBAN GROWTH: SPATIO- TEMPORAL ANALYSIS OF LUCKNOW CITY by Upendra Bhai Patel, B.L. Teli and K.C. Purohit
DEVELOPMENT OF GEOGRAPHICAL THOUGHT: CONTEXTUALISATION AND SYNTHESIS OF PHILOSOPHIES : RAMKRISHNA MAITI, MOUMITA MOITRA MAITI
Reviewed by Srikumar Chattopadhyay
Volume 38 (2018)
Volume 38 (2018) Issue 2 , (July-2018 to December-2018)
SMALL AND INTERMEDIATE TOWNS IN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROCESS: A CASE OF RAEBARELI, SULTANPUR AND PRATAPGARH DISTRICTS OF UTTAR PRADESH by H.N. Misra & Ashutosh Mishra
AN EVALUATION OF SUB-SURFACE WATER QUALITY AROUND BHARUCH-SURAT INDUSTRIAL REGION, GUJARAT, INDIA by Somnath Saha, Sukanta Kumar Saha, Tathagata Ghosh and Rolee Kanchan
SOIL DEGRADATION AS LINKED TO URBANIZATION – A CASE STUDY OF THIRUVANANTHAPURAM DISTRICT OF KERALA by Aneesh MR, Suresh S, and Mani K
BANK LINE SHIFTING OF THE BHAGIRATHI-HUGLI RIVER USING RS, GIS IN AND AROUND PURBASTHALI BLOCKS, WEST BENGAL by Manjari Sarkar (Basu)
SPATIO-TEMPORAL PATTERNS OF WORKFORCE IN INDIA DURING 1981-2011 by M.B. Singh and Nitin Kumar Mishra
SCHEDULED CASTE POPULATION IN HARYANA (A STUDY OF DEMOGRAPHIC DIFFERENTIALS) by Surya Kant
CROP LAND SUITABILITY AND SUSTAINABILITY OF AGRICULTURE IN MAHENDRAGARH DISTRICT, HARYANA by Gulshan Mehra and Rajeshwari
LAND COVER CLASSIFICATION AND CHANGE ANALYSIS IN THE SOUTHERN FRINGE OF KOLKATA METROPOLITAN AREA BY SPATIO TEMPORAL REMOTE SENSING by Sushobhan Majumda and Lakshmi Sivaramakrishnan
MULTI-DIMENSIONAL POVERTY AS A MENACE TO SOCIAL ECOLOGY: A MICRO LEVEL OBSERVATION by Ajay Raj Mridu, and Anand Prasad Mishra
MISSING FEMALE CHILD IN HARYANA: AN SPATIO-TEMPORAL ANALYSIS by Suman Chauhan and Sunil Kumar
RURAL – URBAN TRANSITION IN INDIA: A PERSPECTIVE ON FUTURE URBANIZATION by Shahab Fazal and Md. Kaikubad Ali
REGIONAL VARIATION IN CEREAL AND PULSES PRODUCTIVITY IN SOUTHERN RAJASTHAN : A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS by Lalit Singh Jhala
THE VITALITY OF INDIA A REGIONAL PERSPECTIVE. GOPAL KRISHA by Gopal Krishan
Reviewed by Prof. Krishna Mohan
INDIAN GEOGRAPHICAL RESEARCH : A SURVEY, AUTHORED by K. L. Narasimha Murty Reviewed by Dr. Subhash Anand
Volume 38 (2018) Issue 1 , (January-2018 to June-2018)
Big Data - Small Area : Impact on Geography by Prithvish Nag
Understanding City Floods by H Ramachandran and A Kalaiarasan
Urbanization and Groundwater Supply in Barddhaman Municipality, Barddhaman, West Bengal
by Mahamaya Laha
Land Degradation in Eastern Chotanagpur Plateau: A Study of The Silabati River Basin by Avijit Mahala and Padmini Pani
Geospatial Analysis of Health Facilities in Urban Areas: A Case Study of Dehradun City by Upendra Bhai Patel and B.L. Teli
Nowadays, time is considered as valuable as gold. Once time is used sensibly, access to a lot of opportunities is possible. People, who want to go to Hospitals/Clinics in different places as patient, may need to have some information about those places (Hospitals/Clinics). Determining the shortest routes to the healthcare places from their accommodations will be both timesaving and economical. Geographical Information System (GIS) Tech-nologies provide us with these possibilities. But transportation of a patient to hospital in emergency seems quite simple but in reality it is pretty difficult during peak hours. A significant operation for the handling of emergency incidents is the routing of responding vehicles to incident sites and then to the closest appropriate hospitals. GIS technology can support emergency responders to provide efficient response in quick response time through solving the steering problems.
The study was carried out on Dehradun city, where there are an optimum healthcare facilities with a large inflow of men/women and tourist both foreign and domestic. GIS Database was created using Cartosat-1 & LISS-IV satellite data and ancillary information. GIS based Network analysis was carried out by taking advantages of GIS possibilities for healthcare facilities. Shortest path in terms of time and length were carried out using Network Analyst of ArcGIS. ArcGIS Server was used for configuring, publishing and web services application. Assessment of wards which lack in higher order hospitals was carried out.
Role of Geography in Sustenance of Pre-Historic Settlements in Karnataka, India by Hema Thakur
Growth Performance of Agriculture in The Tribal Dominated Dungarpur District of Rajasthan by Devendra Singh Chouhan
The Effect of University-Industry Linkages and their Geographical Proximity to the Growth of Software Industry in India by Akshaya Kapoor
Estimation of Noise Pollution In The Hill Town Srinagar (Uttarakhand) : A Geographical Study by Mohan Panwar and Ms. Sristi Thapliyal
Spatial Patterns of Crop Concentration and Diversification: Its Impacts on Food Security in Chhattisgarh by Anusuiya Baghel, Sk Nasib Ahmad and Girdhar Sahu
Neighbourhood Environment: Assessing and Mapping of Vulnerable Neighbourhoods of Azamgarh City for Planning by Saleha Jamal and Uzma Ajmal
Climate Change And Natural Resources: A Study Of Indian Desert -Author : H.S. Sharma -- Reviewed by Prof. M.N. Koul
Regional Planning and Development: Concepts, Theories and Techniques. H. S. Gupta -- Reviewed by Surya Kant
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14. Privileged information or ideas obtained through peer review must be kept confidential and not used for personal advantage.
15. Reviewers must report to the editor if they are aware of copyright infringement and plagiarism on the author’s part.
16. Reviewers evaluate manuscripts based on content without any bias.
17. Reviewers should not consider manuscripts in which they have conflicts of interest resulting from competitive, collaborative, or other relationships or connections with any authors, companies, or institutions connected to the papers.
18. Publisher provides practical support to the editor and editorial board.
19. Publisher does not interface on the autonomy of editorial decisions.
20. Publisher protects intellectual property and copyright.
21. Publisher ensures that good practice is maintained to the standards defined above.
Guidelines for the Contributors
Manuscript SubmissionManuscripts should be submitted to Prof. S. C. Rai, Secretary General, NAGI, Department of Geography, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
General GuidelinesThe Annals (Peer Reviewed Journal) welcomes contributions from scholars of geography and allied disciplines with an interface with geography. Papers sent for publication to the Annals must have originality in one form or the other. The authors should e-mail the manuscript in MS-Word (DOCX Format), and original artwork (in TIFF, minimum 300dpi), an abstract in about 150 words, and 5 Keywords addressed to the editor. The manuscript should be typed, double spaced in Times New Roman, 12pt, and headings should be bold/black. The pages should be numbered consecutively. References should be given at the end of the paper. The manuscript should be divided into appropriately captioned sections and subsections. The length of the paper should be around 10-15 pages (double space) with tables and figures. If the paper exceeds the page limit, the editorial board is free to remove extra pages. A separate title page should also be submitted containing the full title, the name(s) of the author(s), and their complete address(es). Tables should be indicated in the text by consecutive numbers in brackets. The paper should be in the Harvard Manual of style. An introduction of the theme at the beginning (about 100 words) and Concluding Remarks (about 100 words) are necessary. Reference/s to be quoted in the text in brackets as: (Surname, year). [Examples of citations are given below]. Footnotes are strictly to be avoided. The reference should be arranged alphabetically at the end of the article. Examples of reference citation are:
Publication FeesThere are no publication fees or article processing fees for the journal. However, we encourage the authors to become members of the NAGI to participate in the different activities of the association.
Plagiarism PolicyAll the submitted manuscripts for publication are checked for plagiarism after submission and before starting review. The Editorial Board will judge any case of plagiarism on its limits. If more than 10% plagiarism is detected by the editorial board members, reviewers or editor, in any stage of the article process- before or after acceptance, during editing or at a page proof stage, the article will be summarily rejected.
Copyright TransferProofs are read by the editor (s). Author(s) should send their manuscript accompanied by a letter certifying that the paper has not been published elsewhere. Submission of a paper to the Annals will mean that the author has transferred the copyright to the publisher if and when the paper is accepted for publication. The author must obtain permission to reproduce illustrations from other published sources before acceptance of an article, and acknowledgment should be indicated in the figure captions.
Note:It is the policy of the National Association of Geographers, India (NAGI) that the author (or at least one of the co-authors in case of co-authored papers) must join NAGI membership before your paper is published. If you are not yet a member of NAGI, visit http://www.nagi.info/membership.html to apply for membership.
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