Mount Carmel College


No. 58, Palace Road, Bengaluru, India - 560 052

Phone: +91 ­80­ 22261759,

Fax: +91 ­80­ 22286386,


Information to Authors

All manuscripts should be addressed to the Editor-in-Chief, Carmelight, No 58, Palace Road, Bangalore-560052 or sent by e-mail to: Submission of the manuscript implies that it has not been previously published and is not under consideration for publication elsewhere; and further, that if accepted, it will not be published elsewhere. A covering letter in the given format should be sent after the manuscript is accepted for publication.

It is a multidisciplinary journal publishing papers from different disciplines such as Physical Sciences, Biological Sciences, Business Studies, Languages and Humanities. Therefore original research and review papers of general significance that are written clearly and well organized will be given preference. All papers will be first assessed for technical errors by a Reviewing Editor. Papers found unsuitable will be returned to the authors. The others will be sent for detailed peer review after necessary technical corrections. Authors will be notified of acceptance, need for revision or rejection. The manuscripts will be checked for plagiarism software, if an overlaps are found such manuscripts will be rejected out rightly.


An author, when quoting from someone else's work or when considering reproducing an illustration or table from a book or journal article, should make sure that she/he is not infringing any copyrights. It is the authors' responsibility to obtain permission for reproduction of figures, tables, etc. from published sources (copies of letters of permission should be sent to the editor).

A suitable acknowledgement of any borrowed material must always be made.


  • Research Paper: Report findings of original research. The manuscript should be structured accordingly: Abstract, Keywords, Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results and Discussion and References. (About 4000 words).
  • General Article: Reports that convey information about topics of general interest. This could include interdisciplinary perspectives. (About 2000 words)
  • Research Account: Report of the author's work in progress. (About 2000 words)
  • Reflex Essay: The authors can select the topic of their interest to present the ongoing research activities in the respective fields.
  • Book Review: Analysis of books with respect to subject matter, style and relevance.
  • Photo Essay: The photographs carrying the title and a brief note.
  • Interviews: Reports of interactions with eminent researchers in their respective disciplines.


  • Manuscript should be sent in Microsoft word document
  • Should be typed double –spaced
  • Font : Times New Roman
  • Font Size: Title - 14 point Capitals, Bold. Subheadings: 12 point Capitals Bold. Rest 12 point regular font.
  • Title page : title of the paper, authors and affiliation details, Corresponding author email id
  • Tables and figures with legends must be given at the end.
  • Keywords should be limited to 5-6.
  • Abstract and summary should be limited to 250 words each and convey the salient points, summarise and explain the results and conclusions.

Text: Papers must have an introduction. The text must make sense to readers from different disciplines; technical terms must be described. Tables and figures should be numbered sequentially. All symbols and abbreviations must be defined. Superscripts, subscripts and ambiguous characters should be indicated. Units of measure should be metric or, International System of Units.

Figures:Only original photographs in jpeg format will be accepted. Downloaded photographs will be rejected. Photomicrographs and other photographs must have a scale bar if required with a clearly defined legend. Actual photographs of electrophoretic gels must be given. The map of India, if forming a part of the article, must conform to official maps released by the Survey of India, giving reference to the source map. In-text citation and References: The in-text citation should follow the numerical style. The sources are identified by a number, starting with 1 and continue serially with further sources cited in text. These numbers relate to a numbered list of sources (reference list) at the end. These numbers should be in superscript form, serially in the order in which they appear in text. See examples below: Untitled Document


Citation of references in the text

Reference List

…………..……Chloroform acts as a membrane disruptor on bacterial cells. There are very few reports on chloroform resistant bacteria……………. ………….


…………..Correlation between the antioxidant activity and phenolic content has been shown in selected Iranian medicinal plants……………………

  1. ……
  2. ……
  3. Lenly J. Weathers and Gene F. Parkin. 2000. Toxicity of Chloroform  Biotransformation to Methanogenic Bacteria. Environmental Science and Technology, 34(13):2764–2767.
  4. Rupasinghe, H. P. V., Jayasankar, S. and Lay, W. , 2006. Variation in total phenolics and antioxidant capacity among European plum genotypes. Scientia Horticulturae, 108(3): 243-246.
  5. ….


Atiyeh, R.M., Dominduez, J. and Edwards, C.A. 2000.Changes in biochemical properties of cow manure during processing by earthworms (Eisenia Andrei) and the effects on seedling growth. Pedobiologia.44:709-724.


Kale, R.D. 2004. The use of earthworms; Nature's gift for utilization of organic wastes in Asia. In : Earthworm Ecology, Second edition. Ed (C.A. Edwards) Publ; CRC press, Washington D.C , 381-399.


Lindsey Norgrove, Csaba Csuzdi and Stefan Hauser. 2007. Effects of Cropping and Tree Density on Earthworm Species Diversity in Southern Cameroon.

Acknowledgements should be as brief as possible. Footnotes are not usually allowed except to identify the author for correspondence.

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Our College is awarded A grade under the CGPA system of Accreditation in 2012.

Recognized College by UGC as a College with Potential for Excellence

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Mount Carmel College, Bangalore, envisions a life-oriented education that empowers the students through a humanizing and liberative process, to be agents of transformation and development at different levels of life. Enabled and empowered, they respond pro – actively to concerns and conflicts inherent in today’s reality, especially those of women and persons who are unable to exercise their freedom to be human and work for the integrity of creation. The thrust is in the light of a “Civilisation of love”, the Kingdom of God, as envisaged and promoted by the Foundress, Mother Teresa of St. Rose of Lima. Read More>>>

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