Instructions for Authors

I. Manuscript Templates

Note: Each submission must contain a cover letter and a Manuscript document.

II. Manuscript Submission Format

Submitted manuscripts must describe original research not previously published and not under consideration for publication elsewhere. If related research is in press or under editorial review elsewhere, the abstracts or electronic reprints of these manuscripts will not be accepted for Review Process or for direct Publication.

1. Submission

All authors can submit their articles with single word document file containing all text, figures, tables, and requested text. The corresponding author must include the following information for each coauthor: author order, first name, last Name, email address, and institution. Authors may upload a cover letter separately. A length estimate is not required for initial submissions. High resolution files are not appreciated for initial decision.

2. Review Process

All received manuscripts are initially examined for suitability within the journal. If the Manuscript found suitable, article will further be sent to a reviewer for review process. Based on their Decision, Editor decides to accept, reject or revise the paper. Identity of author’s is not disclosed to the reviewer.

3. Revised and Contributed Submission

When the Authors are submitting Revised Manuscript after review process, Authors must provide publication-ready source files along with Figures and tables and required additional content. Revised Submission file should be formatted, depends on Manuscript Format mentioned below.

Article Processing Charges

Manuscript Type Article Processing Charges
Research/Review Article 1164 USD
Case Reports 720 USD
commentaries 480 USD
short communications 480 USD

III. Manuscript Preparation and Formatting

The manuscripts are examined not only on the depth and scope of the ideas presented but also on whether they can be read and understood by our readers.

1. Manuscript Length

Manuscript should be beneath the range of 40-50 total up to twofold separated pages (including appendixes, references, tables, figures, etc), shorter compositions are also additionally welcome. In some instances, it might require a somewhat longer exposition because of the nature of the manuscript’s objectives and additionally inquire about approach (e.g., development of a new theory, presentation of a progression of related investigations, ethnographic research). In such cases, manuscripts ranging from 50 to 55 total pages will be considered.

2. Figures

We are highly encouraging the Authors to submit the Figures in JPG or PNG format and to be citied in the content. Separate figure files will be required and higher resolution images can be submitted at that time of Revised Submission.

Figure legends: Figure Legends should be mandatory for all figures which is mentioned in the Manuscript file

3. Tables

The Tables should be encoded as XML format and should not be submitted as images format. The text, Equations and required information inside the tables must be of legible and of high quality and to be citied in the content.

Table legends: Table legends should be mandatory for all tables which is mentioned in the Manuscript file

IV. Manuscript Content and Format

  1. Title Page with Author Note
  2. Contribution statement
  3. Abstract and keywords
  4. Content
  5. Acknowledgments
  6. Conflict of interest
  7. Reference

1. Title Page with Author Note

Title page should contain Title of the Article, Corresponding Author(s) and co-authors list with their Affiliations

The Corresponding Author information should be in detail along with Department, University or Institution name, Telephone number, Fax number and mail id

2. Contribution statement (optional)

The Contribution explanation of the paper can be of 300 words. The contribution statement will be shared with the reviewers, associate editor, and editor during the review process but will not be included in published papers. The main objective of your contribution statement should be to provide a reasonable and compact point of convergence for your paper but not in brief.

3. Abstract and Keywords

Abstract should compactly and clearly describe the major findings reported in the manuscript. This helps wide variety of scholars who may see your abstract in online journal databases. Do not include citations, tables, figures and Abbreviations in Abstract.

4. Keywords

A list of 5-10 keywords should be included (which helps in indexing and citation).

5. Content

5.1 Introduction

Introduction should explain the motivation behind the review and its relationship to prior work in the field. It should not be an extensive review of the literature and should be less than one formatted page.

5.2 Materials and Methods

This section should provide a complete review of the outline of the study. Detailed depictions of materials, examinations, mediations and sorts of investigation ought to be maintained and previously published procedures should be cited and important modifications of published procedures should be mentioned briefly.

5.3 Results

Results can be presented as figures, tables and text. The Result part should include all relevant major discoveries of the manuscript

5.4 Experimental procedures

This section should provide detailed descriptions about materials/ participants, instrumentation used comparisons, interventions and types of analysis performed. Well established strategies should be properly cited and modifications of the procedures (if any) should be clearly specified. New methods should brief in detail.

5.5 Conclusion

Conclusion part of the manuscript should be briefly concluded which are reflecting the importance and future scope of the study which are related to relevant studies.

6. Conflict of interest

Conflict of interest part should mention whether there are any actual or perceived conflicts of interest on the part of any author. If there are no conflicts of interest, insert the following statement: The authors declare that they have no conflicts of interest with the contents of this article.

7. Acknowledgment

This section includes acknowledgement of people, grant details, funding, etc.

8. References

References should be listed and numbered in the order that they appear in the content. In the text, citations should be shown by the reference number in square brackets. Only published manuscripts/ Conference edited compositions ought to be incorporated into the reference list.