Guidelines for Submission of Articles


The journal would publish the articles which are:

  • Original, novel and add significantly to research already published.
  • Interest to the community.
  • Not been published previously are not under consideration for publication in any other journal or book available through a library or by purchase.
  • Encompasses of our journal aim and scope.
  • Articles based on thesis for higher degrees can also be submitted, although authors should take care that such articles are prepared in the format of a research paper, which is more succinct and is appropriate for a thesis. Articles presented at conferences may also be submitted, provided these articles do not appear in substantially the same form in a published conference proceeding.

    How to prepare your article

    The article should normally consist of the following titles:

  • A title page with title of article, name(s) of author(s) and address(es) of establishment(s) where the work was carried out
  • an abstract
  • Keywords
  • the text
  • figures
  • Tables
  • References
  • (i) Papers of around 2000 -12,000 words are invited.

    (ii) Manuscript should be a word file in double space with 1 and 1/2" wide margin on the left and 1/2" on the right. Professionally drawn graphs and diagrams must be provided wherever necessary along with the manuscript.

    (iii) No manuscript should ordinarily exceed 40 typed pages including graphs, tables and appendices.

    (iv) The cover page of the manuscript must contain the title of the paper, author's name, mailing address, email address, professional affiliation (if different from the mailing address), and acknowledgements, if any. The first page of the paper must also provide the title of the paper but it should not give the author's name and address.

    (v) Every manuscript must include a 100-150 word abstract and 4-6 key words.

    (vi) All notes must be serially numbered. These should be given at the bottom of the page as footnotes.

    (vii) References should be given separately at the end of the paper and arranged alphabetically. The list should include only work the author/s has cited.

    For periodicals:

    Reference Style

    Raux H, Coulon P, Lafay F, Flamand A. 1995;Monoclonal antibodies which recognize the acidic configuration of the rabies glycoprotein at the surface of the virion can be neutralizing. Virology. 210:400-408.
    Davidoff RA. Migraine: Manifestations, Pathogenesis, and Management. Philadelphia, Pa: FA Davis; 1995. Contemporary Neurology Series, No. 42.
    Moldofsky H. 1995; Sleep, neuroimmune and neuroendocrine functions in fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome. Adv Neuroimmunol. 5:39-56.
    Degner LF, McWilliams ME. Challenges in conducting cross-national nursing research. In: Fitzpatrick JJ, Stevenson JS, Polis NS, eds. Nursing Research and its Utilization: International State of the Science. New York, NY: Springer; 1994:211-215.
    Armitage JO, Antman KH, eds. High-dose Cancer Therapy: Pharmacology, Hematopoietins, Stem Cells. Baltimore, Md: Williams & Wilkins; 1995.

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