INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS
Manuscripts should be submitted in Microsoft Word.
Use a normal, plain font (e.g., 12-point Times Roman,
For headings (All CAPS, Font size 12, Bold),
subheadings (Running, Font size 12, Bold) and sub sub
headings (Font size 12, Italics).
Use the automatic page numbering function to number the
Use tabs and not space bars for stops or other commands.
Use the table function, not spreadsheets, to make
Save your file in docx format (Word 2007 or higher) or
doc format (older Word versions).
Cover letter, Title page, Abstract and Keywords,
Introduction all should start from a new page.
All authors must check their manuscript
A cover should be sent separately at the time of
manuscript submission stating briefly the type of research
and why the conclusion is important scientifically. It
should include information on the corresponding author (the
corresponding author's name, affiliation and address,
telephone/fax numbers, and e-mail address).
The first page must be the title page of the
manuscript and should start with title of the manuscript in
Times New Roman, font size-14, bold face followed by name(s)
of author (s) with their affiliation and mailing address in
Times New Roman, font size-12. Arrange author/coauthor
affiliation in separate lines with a
superscript indication. Please indicate the
corresponding author with an asterisk (*) on the right side
as a superscript. The corresponding author information must
be included as a footnote on the first page.
An abstract comprising of 250 words and factual
information is required. The abstract should state the
purpose of the research, primary results and major
conclusions. An abstract is often presented separately from
the article on a separate page after title page. There are
no references cited in the abstract, also, non-standard or
uncommon abbreviations should be avoided, but if essential
they must be defined at their first mention in the abstract
Immediately after the abstract, provide a maximum of
5 keywords, and avoid any general and plural terms and
multiple concepts (for example, 'and', 'of'). Do not use
abbreviations; if any, use abbreviations firmly established
in the field. These keywords will be used for indexing
Aims and Objectives
Abstract writing is followed by a brief introduction
on the research being carried out clearly stating the aims
and objectives of the same. Kindly use a small but
informative introduction related to topic.
Materials and Methods /Experimental
This section includes all the experimental designs,
procedures and data related to the experimental work done.
Results and Discussion
A brief conclusion is
a must for manuscript clearly stating the outcome and
importance of the research work mentioned in the manuscript.
It can also state the improvement in methods, if any in
comparison to some older methods published in the past.
Citation in text
Please ensure that
every reference cited in the text is also present in the
reference list (and vice versa). Unpublished results and
personal communications are not recommended in the reference
list, but may be mentioned in the text. If these references
are included in the reference list they should follow the
standard reference style of the journal and should include a
substitution of the publication date with either
'Unpublished results' or 'Personal communication'. Citation
of a reference as 'in press' implies that the item has been
accepted for publication.
1. Text: Indicate
references by Arabic number(s) in brackets in line with the
text. The actual authors can be referred to, but the
reference number(s) must be given with the text.
'..... as demonstrated3,6. Barnaby and Jones8
a different result ....'
2. List: Reference
must be listed as they appear in the main text. Number
the references (numbers in square brackets) in the list in
the order in which they appear in the text.
3. In the main text do not give space
between text and reference numbers.
4. If the reference
is ending near a full stop then first write reference number
and then a full stop.
5. Similalry, for
reference have a punctuation mark like (,)
comma then first write reference number and then punctuation
If there are more than two reference nos. then one can mention
it by using hyphen. for example1-3, for
reference no. 1, 2, 3.
Examples for point 3, 4, 5: The research shows that
analgesics may sometimes12-16
be use for reliving pain17.
Reference to a
1. Perl, E. R.
(2007). Ideas about pain, a historical view. Nature Reviews
Neuroscience, 8(1), 71-80.
R., Schafer, D., Kasper, S. M., Brunsch, H., & Radbruch, L.
(2004). Pain treatment: a historical overview. Current
pharmaceutical design, 10(7), 701-716.
S. A., Chen, C., & Carr, D. B. (2002). Postoperative
analgesia: economics, resource use, and patient satisfaction
in an urban teaching hospital. Anesthesia & Analgesia,
Reference to a
Li, J. J. (2011). Name Reactions in Heterocyclic
Chemistry II (Vol. 6). John Wiley & Sons.
Kruiswijk, E., & Plagens, A. (2005). The Comprehensive
E-book of named organic reactions and their mechanisms.
Tables must appear on
separate pages after references. All the tables must be
numbered consecutively in accordance with their appearance
in the text. Each table must have a heading and a footnote below the table
body, describing the various parameters briefly. All
footnotes must be indicated as a superscript lowercase
letter. Please ensure that the data indicated in the table do
not duplicate results described elsewhere in the article.
The table must be written as for example Table 1
appear on separate pages after tables. Number figures
consecutively in accordance with their appearance in the
text. Each figure must bear a heading immediately after the
figure number. All figures should be submitted in TIF, JPEG
format with high resolution. Good quality figures are
necessary for the purpose of publications. Please submit
high resolution figures in advance to avoid any delay in
The figure must be written as for example Fig 1
Do not provide captions for tables and figures.
For rapid publication kindly provide the manuscript as
instructed above in instructions for authors.
Please Note:- Manuscript once published will be corrected
only after submission of required amount of fee, apart from
the publication charges.