Journal of Educational studies
The Journal of Educational Studies (JES) is an online international journal which focuses upon the vital contemporary trends and issues in the theory and practice of education as a discipline. It invites empirical, theoretical and methodological papers including action research, case studies, critical reviews of literature, experimental and descriptive studies, Ph. D abstracts and book reviews from authors for publication. The authors are advised to follow the guidelines below in preparing and submitting papers. 

Notes for the contributors

While no stringent regulation is laid on the length of the article, a paper normally should not exceed 5000 words.

The journal follows a policy of peer review of papers. The paper is usually referred to at least two external experts for scrutiny and comments.

Manuscript Requirements
  • Manuscript should be submitted in digital form – either through a CD by post or by email attachment ( The complete manuscript should be in a single Microsoft word file (Arial font). The information related to authorship including name, institutional affiliation and e-mail ID should be confined to the title page only. 
  • The paper should be sent with a covering letter stating full address of the author(s) including the institution´s address, phone no. and email).
  • The manuscript should be preceded by an abstract of not more than 250 words highlighting significance, sample and conclusions (the presentation may vary in case of theoretical papers).
  • The manuscripts must be typed 1.5 spaced with one inch margin from all sides. All pages must be numbered.
  • Each figure/table must be numbered so as to identify its position in the running text. Table and figures may be given at the end of paper with a reference in the text.
  • All the references should be listed in alphabetical order. Each listed reference should be cited in the text and each text citation should be listed in the references.
  • The authors will be responsible for bibliography accuracy and must check every reference in the manuscript.

Referencing pattern


Gredler M E (2001) Learning and Instruction: Theory into Practice, Prentice Hall of India: New Jercy,  56-78
Harold M B & Rosemary McGee (1979) A Practical Approach to Measurement in Physical Education, Lea & Febiger: Philadelphia, 84-112
Galton N, Simon B and Croll P (1980) Inside the Primary Classroom, Routledge and Keganpaul: London, 12-45

Bradlay R and Caldwell B (1991) Home Environment Cognitive Competence and IQ Among Males and Females, Child Development, 51 (2) 710-712

Electronic Journal
Gajendran N (2007) Adding Life to the Nanotechnology, Indian Journal of Science & Technology,
1 (1) 1-5.

Thesis / Report
Akbar A (2002) Analysis of Zone of Proximal Development in Graduate Teacher Training Program in Allama Iqbal Open University and Development of a Strategy to Achieve Incidence Using Delphi Technique, Ph. D Thesis, AIOU : Islamabad