Mangaluru: MSNIM organises workshop on Academic Paper Development


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Mangaluru, Jan 15: Manel Srinivas Nayak Institute of Management (MSNIM) on Monday January 11 organised a one-day workshop on Academic Paper Development at MSNIM campus Bondel, here.

Dr Amitabh Anand, Professor of International Management, SKEMA Business School, University of Cote d'Azur, French Riviera, France was the chief resource person for the workshop.

The workshop dealt with important inputs required for undertaking serious academic work, such as crafting theory papers for publication, how to write review papers for publication using systematic and bibliometric methods and how to use tools such as Scopus Metrics, Vos Viewer and other software to find research gaps and identify unexplored topics. It also imparted information on the basics of writing processes such as effective abstract, introduction, theoretical background, methods, results, discussions, limitations, implications and conclusions. Targeting journals (ABDC list and answering reviewer) were also covered.

The workshop was conducted in hybrid mode, with about 45 online and offline participants. The participants included faculty members, research scholars and students from institutes in and around Mangaluru and Middle East countries.

Institute director, Dr Molly S Chaudhuri presided. Dr Sharan Kumar Shetty was the coordinator of the workshop. Suresh Shenoy, faculty of MSNIM delivered the vote of thanks. Nanditha Sunil, faculty of MSNIM compered the programme.

  

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