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Friday, March 18, 2016

CLRI Celebrates World Poetry Day


World Poetry Day, March 21

CLRI is celebrating the World Poetry from March 19 through March 31. Be a part of it.

We invite poets and writers to recite one poem and record it. You can use Skype or any other recoding media. Send the record to us. We will publish it on our website.

Poetry Length: Between 15-20 lines.
Poetry: Rhyming or non-rhyming.
Language: English only.
Author’s Bio: Include your brief bio, contact address along with your contact number and email, a recent photograph.
Send your entries to: writersdeskinfo@yahoo.co.in 

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

9th International Poetry Fest 2016

9th International Poetry Fest 2016

(20th & 21st September, 2016)



Celebrates Poetry Festival at Guntur (AP, India)

UNESCO celebrates March 21 as World Poetry Day. Contemporary Literary Review India is extending this celebration by being a co-partner with the 9th International Poetry Fest-2016 organized by P. Gopichand & P. Nagasuseela at Guntur.
"Every poem is unique but each reflects the universal in human experience, the aspiration for creativity that crosses all boundaries and borders, of time as well as space, in the constant affirmation of humanity as a single family."
Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO

Since 2008, P. Gopichand & P. Nagasuseela, (Professors with J K C College, Guntur-522006, Andhra Pradesh, India) have been organizing International Poetry Fests. All these nine years, they have been striving hard in propelling peace, harmony and excellence in the field of art, education and literature. Poets, critics and writers from various parts of the world have been continuously extending their support and participation in this great effort to spread peace through poetry.

We firmly believe that your support and participation will strengthen our mission to spread peace. We invite poets, authors, and readers to be part of this poetry festival. We invite submission of poems and your participation in the fest.

Submission Criteria
Category: Poetry. Submit your two best poems.
Theme: Peace, Human Values and Environment issues. (Though not a condition)
Length: Not more than 20 lines each.
Poetry Type: None rhyming scheme, previously unpublished, original.
Deadline: March 31, 2016
Submission Fee: None.
Anthology: Best selected poems will be complied into an anthology with ISBN through Leaf Press. The book will be placed at most of the online bookstores for sale.
Contributory Copy: Each author will get one contributing copy of the anthology for free of charge.
Anthology Release: The anthology will be released on the day of the poetry festival.
Recitation: Authors will have the opportunity to recite their poems at the fest.
Venue: JKC College, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh. India.
Poetry Festival date: 20th and 21st September 2016
Authors: All participating authors are welcome to attend the poetry festival and recite their poems. They will have the opportunity to discuss and share their ideas about poetry and its impact on people and society.

Those who want to attend, please inform us in writing. However, even those writers who cannot make to the festival personally, can submit their poems.

Submission Address: Send your poems to writersdeskinfo@yahoo.co.in; festivalpoetry@yahoo.com
Publisher: Leaf Press

Organizers, 
P. Gopichand & P. Nagasuseela
Dept of English J.K.C.College, 
Guntur, Andhra Pradesh-522 006 
09966893484 / 09985444686
In collaboration with Contemporary Literary Review India

 Send this form filled along with your poetry submission

9th International Guntur Poetry Fest-2016

JKC College, Guntur-6, A.P., India

Passport size Photo   
              
1.    Name of the Poet:
2.    Sex:
3.    DOB/ Age      
4.    Country/State /District:
5.    Qualification:
6.    Occupation:
7.    Previous Posts/ Professions:
8.    No of Books Published: 1. Creative: -          2. Critical-     3.General:
9.    No of Books /Journals Edited:
10. No of Articles Published:      1. Online -      2. Books        3 Journals:
11. Number of Poems published: 1. Online-      . Books          3Journals:
12. Awards / Rewards/ Honours : -
13. How long have you been writing poems? –
14. Why do you choose this medium?-
15. How do you define poetry?
16. Any other important information-
17. Present Postal Address:… …………………………………..
18. Office Address:
19.Mobile Number:9848527109                                20.What app No:
21.e-mail address:                                                         22.website/ Blog: -
·         Paste your two poems and Bio in third person below.

Poem: 1

Poem: 2
Brief Bio in Third Person:                                                       
                                                     
Undertaking:
I hereby declare that the above two poems are my original writings and are neither translations of any other work nor published/under consideration anywhere else. These are purely meant for the 9th  International Poetry Festival-2016.

Signature:
Name:
Date:


Thursday, March 10, 2016

How to Prepare Research Papers

How to Prepare Research Papers

For people in academic field, it is important to know how to prepare research papers on humanities, social sciences, and pure sciences and technologies.

Though the course curriculum at M Phil and Ph D levels includes topics about how to prepare research articles, many scholars do not follow the rules that they study or studied for writing the thesis degrees.

Include an Abstract

For any research paper, it is compulsory that you include an abstract in between 100-200 words along with keywords for the research topic. Abstract is a brief but original write-up on a topic.
An abstract is required for two reasons.

Attract Readers
An abstract is characterized by what the topic is all about, why you wrote the topic, and how it is interesting for the readers. Just by reading the abstract, a reader can understand whether to read the topic in full and whether the topic is worth recording.

Indexing
Most of the journals, whether print or online, register or index themselves with libraries or online journal directories. To get indexed, each research topic must have an abstract along with the keywords central to the topic importance. The journal directories catalog the abstracts in the similar way as a book cover. Without an abstract, the research papers would fetch the first few words of the main article topic that most often may mismatch the searched keywords. This will leave bad impact on your papers and lose out the readership.

For further reading on importance of an abstract, see  http://writingcenter.unc.edu/handouts/abstracts/.

To read some of the abstract examples, see examples of Abstracts.

Use Citation (Incitation, Endnote, Footnote)

Use citation in your research articles as frequently as possible. Your research topic is an original concept that you have to prove as worthy. Suppose you conceive an idea and write a large paper, say in ten pages or more, without any citation, such a topic will be nothing more than an essay and not a research article.

Citation is a referencing method in the body of articles in addition to bibliography. To validate your idea, you have to insert citation from the exiting works, be they books, journals, newspaper articles, or website materials. By copyright laws, any author or research scholars can quote from any available materials they base their subject on freely without asking for the permission from authors or publishers.

For reading more about citation, see http://libguides.mit.edu/citing.

Avoid Plagiarism

Plagiarism is making already published material written by other writers as yours. Avoid this. If you ever use the content or extract from a topic, you are free to use it but quote it. And give due credit to the author you quote in citation and bibliography. Many times, we receive materials, especially research papers and thesis which have been borrowed from other writers without proper credit. Some authors think that they can do away with the copied item. But to tell you the truth, many journals, magazines, and publications have plagiarism checker of various kinds and can easily verify the submitted material whether they are original.    

To avoid plagiarism, it is better that you use the extract in quotes, give reference to the source material, through primary and secondary sources.

Get digital identifier number

Once you finish a paper, whether you are planning to submit it as a thesis or dissertation to your college or university, or to an anthology or journal, get it registered with a recognized research body. ORCID is such an international organization that registers your work and assign digital identifier number. It is free and you can submit it online easily.

For more detail about ORCID, visit http://orcid.org/.  


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