Author/Manuscript Guidelines

Author/Manuscript Guidelines
The manuscript must be written in English and should be formatted as follows:

Title: Title should be brief, Precise and informative, the scientific names in italics
Alignment: Center
Title should be in Bold and in Title Case.

Authors: Names of authors to be typed: Author 1, Author 2, etc.

Address: Below the authors names should be the address (Permanent/ temporary) of the organisation/ university where the work was done.

The author to whom the correspondence should be directed should be indicated by an asterisk including telephone number, Fax number and email address for the corresponding author should be mentioned.

Abstract: The Abstract should quickly describe the subject, describe the experiments' scope, highlight crucial data, and highlight the most important findings and conclusions. It should also be informative and entirely self-explanatory.
Words: Up to 250

Keywords: Serve as indexing references should be listed after the abstract and should be arranged alphabetically.
Words: Up to 10

Abbreviations: Please list any non-standard acronyms that you use in your paper.

Introduction: This describes the current state of research and the setting in which the research provided was conducted. Frequently, it will cover previously completed work. How the latest findings relate to earlier findings by the same study team. due to the introduction's extensive background information and it typically contains the majority of citations, often to larger "review" publications, and little to no original research.
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Materials and Methods: If well-known methods have been used, just sources should be acknowledged. Otherwise, it should tell the reader about proper methodology, etc. It ought to include the methods and design of the experiment. It should include the experimental procedures and design, equipment specifications or the origin of materials.
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Results: If necessary, use figures or tables to succinctly and objectively present your findings. Describe each of your outcomes using a specific observation in the main paragraph.
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Tables & Figures: The top of each table and figure must have a distinctive title. If a figure has sections (for instance, A and B), make sure all of the pieces are mentioned in the caption. Figures should be clear with high resolution.

The conclusion of the publication that briefly summarises the significant findings and implications.

You could appreciate others who weren't directly involved in the research in the acknowledgements section (e.g., technical support; loans of experimental facilities; comments or suggestions during the creation of the manuscript). and corporate funding support for the work must be explicitly recognised.

Format for Equations (if any)

To the right of the equation, the equation's number needs to be enclosed in parentheses. Never represent equations as images. Insert symbols using MathType or as you would text.

All references listed in the reference list and all sources cited in the text must be included. For Example Author or authors (Published Year) Article's title. Journal abbreviation/ Journal name Full inclusive page numbers for the volume (issue). Web address (if possible)