International Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Systems
NOTE FOR CONTRIBUTORS
International Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Systems
ISSN - 0974-6250
All manuscripts are sent to the editor who selects two reviewers for a blind review. The reviewers
use five criteria for evaluating research papers: 1. Reliability; 2. Readability; 3. Relevance ; 4. Quality
of research: 5. Interpretation of the research for professionals in the industry.
Submission requirements: Manuscripts should be written as understandably and concisely as possible with clarity and
meaningfulness. Submissions are accepted only in electronic form; authors are requested to submit one copy of each manuscript
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All manuscripts should be emailed to the Editor (Dr. Mohinder C. Dhiman, at email@example.com),
there is no review fee. However, a letter to the editor must be enclosed requesting review and publication of the research
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References style: In the main text, references
are cited within parentheses like (Dhiman 2005). For multiple citations (Dhiman, 1999; Kumar, 2006). The Reference list, placed
at the end of the manuscript, must be typed in alphabetical order of authors. Tables, figures and illustrations are to be
included in the text and to be numbered.
For journal: Dhiman, M.C., (2005) Changing Dimensions of Indian Hospitality
Education, The Tourism and Hospitality Systems, vol.1,no. 1, pp. 10-15.
For book: Dhiman, M.C., (2006), Travel Agency
Management, 2nd eds., p-134, Anmol publications pvt, New Delhi.
For chapters in edited books: Smith M. and Christou,
E. (2002). Internet for enhancing tourism and hospitality education. , In M.C. Dhiman, A.J. Sharma and H. Singh (Eds.) Human
Resource management in Tourism and hospitality, Pearson: New Delhi.
For papers presented in conferences: Dhiman, M.
C and Chauhan V. (2001). Travel Agency HRD practices: an investigation, Paper presented at the International conference on
tourism, HimachalPradeshUniversity, Shimla, India: 3-6 August 2001.
For Internet sources (if you know the
author): Dhiman, M. (2003) HRD in tourism. Ηttp://www.tourismabstracts.org/hrd/papers-authors/id2354. Accessed the 14th of January 2006,
Internet sources (if you do not know the author): Tourism supply and demand. Ηttp://www.tourismabstracts.org/ food/papers-authors/4509
Accessed the 30th of March 2005, at . ).
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