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At the time of submission, a policy paper must be an unpublished work. Subsequent to the publication by the DSPPPG, the authors can publish the work at a forum of their choice.
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Tentative structure of the Policy Paper:
Introduction/: Brief of the policy and its relevance along with a statement of the problem/issue examined. Importance of the issue and the gaps in the relevant literature. Objective and rationale of the policy paper