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Dekhen Italic format e ache…aituku holo Title aita hote pare sei website er or apni jei onghshotuku niyechen seitur nishchoi title chilo

Reference Page er moddhe jeivabe likhben Harvard format:

Publication year(site kobe publish hoyechilo

1. For website(Example):
Comma

Authorship Name mane website author

NHS Evidence, 2003. National Library of Guidelines. [online] Available at: <http://www.library.nhs.uk/guidelinesFinder> [Accessed 10 October 2009 ].
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Dot

Accessed on ba viewed on tarpor date and month and year ja hobe third bracket er moddhe and seshe Dot

Puro Weblink sathe suru hobe less than sesh hobe greater than symbol diye.

Available at word and colon thakbe

Obossoi Third bracket er moddhe online word likhte hobe

2. For Book (With One Author+First Edition hoile--Example):
Town or City.Country na kintu. Publication place

Colon
Dot

Book kobe publish korechen tini

Publisher ke

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Book Name in Italic
Dot
Comma
Jodi name er sathe kono initial thake aivabe likhben..jemon S.M.Hasan..ai khetre hobe Hasan,S.M.,
Comma
Author Name
Baron, D. P., 2008. Business and the organisation. Chester: Pearson.

3. For Book (With One Author+Second ba Third Edition hoile--Example):

Town or City.Country na kintu. Publication place

Colon
Dot

Dot

Book kobe publish korechen tini

Book Name in Italic
Dot
Comma
Jodi name er sathe kono initial thake aivabe likhben..jemon S.M.Hasan..ai khetre hobe Hasan,S.M.,
Comma
Author Name
Baron, D. P., 2008. Business and the organisation. 3rd ed.Chester: Pearson.

Publisher

Publication Place

Dekhen just edition add kore diyechi

4. and dilam jehetu second author ache but same book
For Book(Two Authors but one book hoile---Example):
Dot(First author done)

First Author Name
Comma

Book Title in Italic format

Weiss, T.D. and Coatie,…...

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