- The date for receipt of research papers with abstracts, Articles, Book Reviews etc. for Issue-2 of the Journal AWI- JOE has been extended to 31st July 2021.
- The centre has initiated updation of the 'Ready Reckoner'. All the members and Partner Organisations are requested to send us updates in their 'Brief Profiles' by 31st July 2021 to 'firstname.lastname@example.org'
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172 downloadsThe date for receipt of research papers with abstracts, Articles, Book Reviews etc. for Issue - 2 of the Journal AWI- JOE has been extended to 31st July 2021. A-WEB India Journal of Elections (AWI-JOE) is a journal, independent in nature, whose policy is set by its Editorial Board in consultation with its Advisory Board. AWI-JOE is envisaged to be a journal of the highest international standards and includes peer reviewed contributions from Members of the A-WEB community, Partner Organisations and beyond. AWI-JOE will essentially publish three types of Papers: Research Papers, Articles and Book Reviews. When submitting a contribution to the AWI-JOE, authors are requested to indicate the category in which their manuscript falls. Research Papers should generally be between 4,000 and 10,000 words in length. Research Papers above 10,000 words will be considered only in exceptional circumstances. Articles should be up to 4,000 words in the form of highly accessible papers with a view to present major ideas concisely and succinctly. Some issues of the Journal may also contain 5,000 to 12,000 words Review Article – either in the form of a detailed discussion of a single book or as a review of some specific area of a discipline. The Journal will also publish Opinions, Book Reviews Comments in response to AWI-JOE Research Papers or Articles and Notes on topics of current or contemporary interest. While the length of such contribution in the form of ‘Opinions’, ‘Book Reviews’ may go up to 4000 words, the Comments should be limited to not more than 1000 words.
86 downloads"The Journal consists of the goodwill messages from the Heads of Election Management Bodies and highlights the research papers, articles, book reviews, etc. from eminent writers and experts and also includes peer reviewed contributions from across the democracies of the world in the area of Elections and Electoral Democracy. The A-WEB India Journal of Elections (AWI-JoE) is a copyrighted material. Therefore, prior permission of the publisher i.e. the Election Commission of India shall be required before reproduction, distribution or transmission of any content of the Journal in any form or by any means except in the case of references and brief quotations embodied in the reviews. "
58 downloadsRealization of the underlying philosophy of the A-WEB vision and mission envisages, inter alia, in-depth examination of the contemporary issues and challenges faced by the EMBs in the entire gamut of electoral processes and connected areas. In this context, 'Documentation and Research' as aims of the Centre; and publication of a journal as one of the main objectives of the India Centre are both, significant components the 'Conceptual Framework and Strategic Action Plan 2020-24'. In this background, India A-WEB Centre, ECI in consultation with A-WEB, has decided to start a periodic journal titled 'A-WEB India Journal of Elections. View E-Book