- The article should be up to 20 pages (10MB) comprising:
- The font should be 10 pt Cambria with 10 pt headings (Not bold)
- The sub headings should be italic (Not Bold)
- The manuscript must be in single line spacing
- An abstract should be fewer than 200 words containing the main results and conclusions
- Up to ten keywords that accurately identify the paper’s subject, purpose and focus
- Materials and methods with sufficient full experimental detail. Sources of material must be given and statistical methods must be specified by reference, unless non-standard
- Use SI units wherever possible. In case of other units the equivalent units should be written in the brackets e.g. 1kgf (9.8N)
- Results should be presented concisely, using well-designed tables and tables should not be drawn with line drawing and similarly the figures
- Write name of the table above the table and name of the figure below figure. Tables and figures must not be placed in Wrap Mode. Figures must not be inserted in the Tables/ Boxes
- Discussion should cover the implications and consequences, not merely summarize the results and conclusions should be concise
- Acknowledgement should be brief and meaningful, insignificant formalities should be avoided
References should be given in brackets as shown below. We are giving you an example how to modify the references Cited references within the article
If you have written the references in the following format
Efficient Message delivery is one of the basic requirements in a typical distributed system like Internet. Most of the recent researchers on this domain have been focused on developing algorithms to provide better QoS .
Currently, organizations face several types of risks such as program management risk, investment risk, budget risk and security risk. Performing effect risk management requires operation in a complex and connected environments. Providing the suitable and necessary response for each type of risk is a key success factor. Additionally, the main core of risk management is to minimize the influence of risk. In addition, risk management deals with rational evaluation of actual level of risks [6,7].
The above references  and [6,7] in the above paragraph will be written in the below format
Efficient Message delivery is one of the basic requirements in a typical distributed system like Internet. Most of the recent researchers on this domain have been focused on developing algorithms to provide better QoS (E. Gelenbe et al, 2001).
Currently, organizations face several types of risks such as program management risk, investment risk, budget risk and security risk. Performing effect risk management requires operation in a complex and connected environments. Providing the suitable and necessary response for each type of risk is a key success factor. Additionally, the main core of risk management is to minimize the influence of risk. In addition, risk management deals with rational evaluation of actual level of risks (Gary Stoneburner et al, 2002; Gary Locke et al, 2010)
Similarly all references are needed to be modified on the above mentioned format.
At the end of your article the references format will be:
Authors names (year), Title of the article, Journal name, Vol., pp.
Chung, T.W. (1994), Predictions of the moisture removal efficiency for packed bed dehumidification systems,Gas Separation and Purification, 8 (4),pp 265–268.
Please note that the journal name will be in italics. There will not be any inverted commas
Please see the Sample Article page at the top for further help to prepare your manuscript.
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