Guidelines_for_project-research | Letter Case | Typefaces

Guidelines for researcher of project/seminar papers: 1.

Title of the project/seminar paper on the Cover/Title page shall be typed in 14 font size in Times New Roman; all letters must be in capital and bold them. 2. Subject title, Submitted to:, Submitted by:, Class-Year-Semester, must be written in the middle of the page in 12 font size, Times New Roman, and no bold or capitalized for these items. 3. At the bottom of the cover/title page the name of the University would come, in 12 font size, Times New Roman and no bold or capitalized. 4. Table of contents page: it includes: i) table of cases; ii) table of statutes; iii) table of abbreviations just before the details of the chapterization, at the left side of the page and the right side of the page, the page nos. will appear in Roman numerical, than chapter-I would start with its title and its sub-headings, and it will up to the conclusion/suggestion in the same order and in the same methods at the left side of the page and the right side of the, page nos. will appear in English numerical. The last items in this sequence would be the bibliography along with Roman numerical and if Appendix is there that would appear after the bibliography as a last item in the table of contents. The font size of these items would be 12, in Times New Roman and no item would be bold or capitalized. 5. Table of cases would appear just after the contents page and it includes: name of both the parties in case in ordinary font size with v. without any bold or italicized at the left side of the page and at the right side of the page, page no. of the project would appear- where the researcher has used or refer the case in the project-in alphabetically order. 6. Table of statutes would appear just after the table of cases and it includes: title of the statutes, year of the statutes without any bold or italicized at the left side of the page and at the right side of the page, page no. of the project would appear- where the researcher has used or refer the case in the project-in chronological order. 7. Table of abbreviation would appear just after the table of statutes and it includes: all abbreviations and their explanations without any bold or italicized at the left side of the page. Where the researcher has used or refers the case in the project-in alphabetically order.

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14. 12 Font. the Roman numerical continues in the same order as in Bibliography till the end of Appendix. centre aligned e. The title of the chapter will be written in capital letters and it will be bold but not underline or italicized and it will be 14 font size. Chapter-I starts after the abovementioned tables get over. There will be no space between two paragraphs and before and after each heading or sub-heading. 13. in Roman numerical and it will be 14 font size. Each chapter will start from the new page. CHAPTER-I. Numbering of the footnotes will be in English numerical and font size will be 10 in Times New Roman in Normal + Justify and it will be kept in single space. The page number in English numerical starts from Introduction/Chapter – I and stops will Conclusion/Last Chapter. If there is an Appendix attached to the research after Bibliography. Table of Statutes.. Times New Roman. 11. In case of acknowledgement of the sources. Footnotes will be running independently for each chapter. 2 . Each chapter would necessarily have headings and sub-headings. HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE OF THE CONCEPT OF JUSTICE. the teacher concern would decide or the University may decide for all the subject/courses and communicate to all the faculty members. Each paragraph will be identifying with ½ inch in its tabular mode. 12. After the title of the chapter is written than leave double space and start writing text. The chapter will be in capital and in bold letters followed with its no.g. 9.g. Text would be written in one and half space. 10. than the title of the chapter will be written. This method would be followed for all the chapters throughout the research. Title of the chapter will be written after leaving double space after chapter and its no. one and half space. The page numbering on the Table of Case.8. Methods of writing of headings/ subheadings/ centre-headings or side-headings. centre aligned e. footnotes are allowed not endnotes. Table of Abbreviations and Bibliography will in Roman numerical (in small letters) and in continuation. Text in the chapter would be in Normal + Justify..

The same method will be used in the footnote. All sub-headings/sub-titles will be in Title Case.g. G. verses. and text from the material written in languages other than English should be italicized.. Introduction: (it shows chapter 2 sub-heading 1). e. (s): ‘Editor (s) or edited’ (e. in between the two parties will be in ordinary letters and not bold. 19. Also the sub-headings/sub-titles would be numbered according to the number of the Chapter. 16... Op. (s) are indicated. used to call attention to the fact that an error in spelling. used to refer to text already cited.g.. against. Abbreviations used in Legal Research: Chap. SIC: ‘thus’.. in the work cited.). 1-4) Ed. ed. and others (used to refer to co-author when there are three or more) Ibid: ‘ibidem’.V. Vs. followed with colon (:). The indent must be in single space. 17. 2. chaps. ‘edition’ (e. page No. see cols. Direct quotes from the primary source or secondary source should be capped in the form of indent.: verse. bold.: ‘Exempli gratia’. 12 font size. Kane. Col. Times New Roman.used when reference is made to the same work as a preceding but not immediately preceding reference.: ‘et alia’. : ‘versus’ . 18. V. (e. (s): ‘Column (s)’. (s): ‘Chapter (s)’ (e. for example Et al.. left aligned. Supra: ‘above’. P. in the same place or work -used when two or more successive footnotes refer to the same work.15. 2nd ed. VV. 2. in chap. phrase. cit: ‘opere citato’. Method of writing of the case in the research project or seminar paper will be that the name of both the parties will come in bold letters and Title Case. Use of the word.g.g. 4-6). enclosed by square brackets [ ] and placed immediately after the work or phrase in question. if reference is to different page (s). grammar or fact is in the original.1. Vid or vide: ‘see’ 3 .) E. but v.g..

Cd (s) : Column (s) e. 1st ed. iii. pp. LEGAL RESEARCH. (eds. By single author: Satyajeet Desai. 4th ed. 71-72. J. p.). see cols. 3rd ed. Art.. 1-3.g. 45. 123-126. 40--. e. et al. (ed. et al.). 154. 1st ed.g. p. Method of footnote would be as under: a. PRINCIPLES OF HINDU LAW. p. Citation of a book revised: i. b. ii.g. Kunz. By two writers: Paras Diwan and Peeyushi Diwan. By a single editor: R. I.18th ed. CYBER SPACE AND THE LAWISSUES AND CHALLENGES. 87. 2004. By two authors: 4 . p.. By two editors: Ranbir Singh and Ghanshyam Singh. Citation of a Book authored: i. 1996. : page. WOMEN AND THE LAW. By Multiple writers (more than two): Christina L. SEPARATION AND DIVORCE. c. MARRIAGE. 2002.. FAMILY LAW. Mulla DF. p. 1996. 1st ed. 2004. : ‘Article’ e. By more than two editors: Ranbir Singh. pp. 4th ed. ii. 293. Citation of a book edited: i. 1998.P. 376-765. 2001. ii. HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION.). LAW AND SOCIETY.). : Journal e. iii.K. (rev. 356. (eds. Article 21.Raizada. By a single writer: Mookerjee Asutosh. Vol. p. pp. Journal of Indian Law Institute (JILI) AIR : All India Reporter SC : Supreme Court 20. PP.pages.g.

Citation of an article Published in a book edited: Elizabeth S. (ed. Citation of a paper/write-up Published in a Newspaper: Chirdeep Bagga. "Right to Life or Death?: For Bharat both cannot be 'Right". Citation of a paper/ article Published in a Law/Case Reporter: B B Pande. pp. "Desirability of Instant Divorce by the Judiciary: A Critique". Mayne. Annual Survey of Indian Law): Poonam Pradhan Saxena. FAMILY LAW IN INDIA. 45 (pts. iii. Citation of an research paper Published as a part of a Survey of Law. "Marital Commitment and the Legal Regulation of Divorce".V Subba Rao. THE LAW AND ECONOMICS OF MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE. THE TIMES OF INDIA. Scott. Journal p.). 10. 19. 123-124. et al. December 17. "Family Law and Succession".C.T. p. iii. 2003. Subba Rao and Vijender Kumar. Friday. "Basis and Nature of Pious Obligation of Son to Pay Father's Debt vis-à-vis Statutory Modifications in Hindu Law".. iv. (e. Citation of an article that is published in two Volumes/Parts of a Journal: Daljit Singh. p. 2004. p.). 311. (rev. Citation of an article published in a Journal: Vijender Kumar. 5 . Antony W Dnes. By multiple authors: Rangnath Mishra. "Law may put daughters.V. 439. G. 127. 915. vi. p. 35. 2002.g. TREATISE ON HINDU LAW AND USAGE. 37 ASIL (2001). 8th ed. Hyderabad. 36 JILI (1994). 1-2) (2004). 46 (pts. (1994) 4 SCC.. 2003. Article [Published in the Journal] i. p. (rev. d. p. ii. 339. p. 3-4) JILI (2003). v. sons on a par". 1st ed.). JILI. 15th ed.

By a single editor: R. ii. By two editors: Ranbir Singh and Ghanshyam Singh. c. Schmedemann. CYBER SPACE AND THE LAW-ISSUES AND CHALLENGES. By Multiple writers (more than two): Christina L. Kunz. The bibliography should not have any bullets or serial number to it. 36 JILI (1994). (eds. Bibliography of a book edited: i. Deborah A. LEGAL RESEARCH. ii. Kamal Law House. LAW AND SOCIETY. 2004. 2004. Bibliography of an article that is published in two Volumes/Parts of a Journal: 6 . iii. NALSAR University of Law.). "Basis and Nature of Pious Obligation of Son to Pay Father's Debt vis-à-vis Statutory Modifications in Hindu Law". Bibliography of an article [Published in the Journal]: i. WOMEN AND THE LAW. Rohtak. Calcutta. 1st ed. 4th ed. et al. (eds. HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION. Allahabad. Hyderabad. Ghanshyam Singh.21. iii. 3rd ed. 1996. FAMILY LAW. 4th ed. ii.. Hyderabad.K. Bibliography of an article published in a Journal: Vijender Kumar. NALSAR University of Law. Bibliography of a Book authored: i. 1996. b. (ed. et al. MARRIAGE.).). Allahabad Law Agency.Raizada. USA. The Indian Law Institute. By more than two editors: Ranbir Singh. Aspen Law & Business. 1st ed. The Bright Law House.. 1st ed. By two writers: Paras Diwan and Peeyushi Diwan. The method of bibliography would be as under: a. SEPARATION AND DIVORCE. By a single writer: Mookerjee Asutosh. 1998. New Delhi. 2002.

2002. 1-2) (2004). JILI. (e. 3-4) JILI (2003). v. Bibliography of a paper/ article Published in a Law/Case Reporter: B. 1st ed. Dnes. p. New Delhi. UK.B. December 17. "Right to Life or Death?: For Bharat both cannot be 'Right". "Marital Commitment and the Legal Regulation of Divorce". (1994) 4 SCC. Bibliography of a paper/write-up Published in a Newspaper: Chirdeep Bagga. 46 (pts. Lucknow. "Family Law and Succession". sons on a par". Antony W.g. Bibliography of an article Published in a book edited: Elizabeth S. Bibliography of an research paper Published as a part of a Survey of Law. Cambridge University Press. New Delhi. 7 .. 2004. THE LAW AND ECONOMICS OF MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE. The Times of India Pvt. 45 (pts.. iii. 37 ASIL (2001).Pande. iv. Friday. Eastern Book Company. The Indian Law Institute. 439. The Indian Law Institute.Daljit Singh. THE TIMES OF INDIA. "Desirability of Instant Divorce by the Judiciary: A Critique". "Law may put daughters. Annual Survey of Indian Law): Poonam Pradhan Saxena. vi. Hyderabad. Ltd. Scott.

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