Public Youth Campus



The PYC Nepal Journal of Management is the institutional publication of the Public Youth Campus, Faculty of Management, Tribhuvan University. The articles submitted for publication in the Journal should follow the style and instructions as given below:

  • Articles should be the analytical/empirical ones, as well as reviews. The articles should be related to Management and Development.
  • Submission of an article to the Journal will be taken to imply that it represents not any previously published, but an original work, and it is not being considered elsewhere for publication, and that if accepted for publication it will not be published anywhere without the consent of the editorial body of the Journal. Furthermore, the articles so received are subject to approval by the editorial team; however, the ideas and opinions expressed in the articles published in the Journal are solely those of author(s). 
  • The contents of the article, in no way, represent views and policies of the Campus or Tribhuvan University or that of the editorial team. 
  • Submitted articles should be written in English, typed in double-spacing with wide margins (1.5 cm) on each side of standard A-4 size paper. It should have a single-side printing on the paper. The font should be in The Times New Roman with the 12-point font size.
  • The author must make sure that the article is accompanied by an “abstract” of not more than 100 words.
  • The preferred maximum length of a submission is 30 typed pages or 5000 words.
  • The author must provide article the “Conclusions” at the end. The main body of the article should be provided with mathematical proofs and calculations that justify the issue of the article. Lengthy mathematical works and more extensive details tables, if any, should be placed in an appendix or omitted entirely.
  • Tables and figures must be numbered with caption and brief descriptions and/or explanations.
  • The title page should contain title, name, institutional affiliation(s), full postal address, telephone and mobile number, and email address of each author; and, if there are two or more authors, the article must indicate which author is responsible for correspondence.
  • Footnotes, if any, should be numbered consecutively with superscript arithmetic numerals at the foot of each page. References in the text should use the ‘author-date’ format followed, if necessary, by the page numbers. References should be listed alphabetically in the following style:
Working Papers:
Adajaski, Charles K.D. and Nicholas B. Biekpe (2005). “Stock Market Development and Economic Growth: The Case of Selected African Countries.” Working Paper, African Development Bank.


Enders, Walter (2004). Applied Econometric Time Series. Singapore: John Wiley & Sons (Asia) Pte. Ltd.

Contribution to a Book:

Machlup, F. (2008). “Positive ad Normative Economics: An Analysis of the Ideas.” In RL Heilbroner, ed, Economic Means and Social Ends: Essays in Political Economics. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall


Fama, Eugene F. (1991). “Efficient Capital Markets: II.” The Journal of Finance, Vol. 46, No.5, 1575-1617 Fama, Eugene F., Lawrence Fisher, Michael C. Jensen, and Richard Roll (1969) “The Adjustment of Stock Price to New Information.” International Economic Review, Vol. 10, No. 1, 1-21

Internet Sources

Worthington, A. C. and H. Higgs (2006). “Weak-Form Market Efficiency in Asian Emerging and Developed Equity Markets: Comparative Tests of Random Walk Behaviour”, Accounting Research Journal, Vol. 19, No. 1, 54-63, Available on:>here</a>

  • Author(s) submitting to the Journal should provide their article(s) both in hard copy and on an electronic copy. The e-copy should be in the Microsoft Word format
  • The publisher and editorial team will neither be responsible for providing the reason whatsoever for rejected articles, nor for managing logistics to return the article to the author(s).
  • All submissions should be sent to:

The Editorial Committee

PYC Nepal Journal of Management
Research Department
Public Youth Campus,
Faculty of Management,
Tribhuvan University
Chhetrapati, Dhobichaur,
Kathmandu, Nepal
Telephone: 977-1-4259141, 977-1-4259142, 977-1-4251025, 977-1-4251207
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