Author Guidelines


Every journal follows its own in-house manuscript guidelines that can provide information on how to write a manuscript for submission. Scientific journals publish many types of articles, including quantitative, qualitative and mixed methods, and additional details on specific topics may be useful in preparing a manuscript for submission. The recommendations, which have focused on the content, style, and procedures of manuscript submission, are journal-specific and can be found on each journal's website.

The main objective of the academic work is provide a clear dialogue, which can be achieved by presenting ideas in an orderly and concise manner. By setting an interesting tone and communicating the main ideas of the work, you will be able to catch the reader's interest and effectively convey your ideas. Accurate and clear word choice and sentence structure also helps you create a work that has weight and influence.

American Research Journals follow the APA style of reference and request the author to adhere to according the guidelines below

Paper Elements of Manuscript

The paper must be consistent with the journal abstract, have at least 80% textual originality, be relevant, have scientific novelty, be of theoretical and/or practical interest, and must not contain unethical information. The recommended paper length should not exceed 20 pages (12pt font, double spaced), including paper structure, reference list, tables and figures.

Title Page: Each APA-formatted manuscript must have a cover page and title available in both the professional and student editions, written in a way that generalizes the basic idea of the manuscript, attracts the reader, and is written with double spacing with additional white double spacing between the title and footer.

Author Name (Byline):Each article has the author's name, or signature. The preferred form of the author's name is first name, middle, and last name. This format reduces the possibility of fraudulent identification (e.g., the same author having the same first and last name).

Abstract

Abstract of the article in separate paragraphs of no more than 350 words, designed for a wide readership, accurately and adequately reflect the scientific essence of the article, short, accurate, non-evaluative, concise and comprehensive abstracts, unstructured abstracts without subheadings should not exceed 200 words and should be single paragraphs and structured abstracts should be 350 words or less.

Keywords

Keywords are words, phrases and abbreviations that represent the most important aspects of your work. They are used to index the database and make it easier for readers to find and retrieve the work, and should be expressed in lowercase commas between each keywords.

Introduction.

This section clarifies the relevance of the subject in question, outlines the current status of the subject and provides a literature review that has already been published.

Research Methodology or Methods

The methodological outline for providing empirical evidence (the principal used in setting up the approach, the regular) or the theoretical thesis method (the applied method, the description of the experimental rationale, and the description of the experimental phase) must be briefly described.

Results

Includes only the results obtained by the author(s) of the solution to the problems posed in the study of interest. The presence of diagrams, graphs and tables illustrating the research.

Conclusion

Contains opinions on the mentioned problem, conclusions of the author should reflects the theoretical and/or practical significance of the research, recommendations for the implementation of the results, further direction of the activities

Conflict of Interests/Disclosure of Interests

This section is generally not present in all the journals / articles, but if it is used, it should be placed after the "Acknowledgements" section.

Author Contributions

Placement after Conflict of Interests/Disclosure of Interests before References.

All published articles are licensed under the CC-BY Creative Commons attribution license (the current version is CC-BY, version 4.0). This implies that author(s) hold copyright, yet the substance is allowed to download, disperse and adjust for business or non-business purposes, given suitable attribution to the first article. It is free to copy, share and redistribute material but with proper credit to original research or author.


Types of Manuscripts


Articles

It should be of high quality, logical, theoretical and original, covering the entire procedure of the article and keeping in mind and various contemporary readerships of ARJ.

Article that makes inferences from the treatment of existing information should likewise incorporate noteworthy new information and make new exploratory or hypothetical forecasts of the expansive domain.

It should be written by single or multiple authors with their affiliation present in the paper.

Paper should be divided into introduction, review, methods, results, discussion and references. And should consist of charts and table for a satisfactory explanation.

Mini Reports

These are the brief report of an original research work

It has a word limit based on the journal. Kindly consult the respective Editorial.

Case Studies/ Case Reports

These studies are used to study a particular disease pattern, drug and device regulatory pathway. It showcases unique phenomena to highlight certain character or behavior in humans.

Reviews

It shows the recent updates on a particular topic.

It creates the outcomes from previous research to produce a reasonable argument about a topic.

Classification

The paper is segment or sort into a various category or sub-category level studies with a definite conclusion.

Clinical Study Protocol

The paper is designed to represent trial information by including few data points like design, methodology and statistical data with safety and feasibility results.

Opinion Paper

It highlights the author personal thoughts, beliefs, or feelings

Methods

It depicts the exploration techniques, conditions, information sources, and results in extraordinary, reproducible detail.

Research Snapshots

It provides stakeholders with summary updates on current activities and developments in international education data and research.


Communication Paper

It expands recently distributed research, including the reporting of extra controls and corroborative outcomes in different settings, just as negative outcomes.

Policy Reviews

It includes various policy and rules impacting human behavior which can be related to the environment, privacy, resource management, globalization, education, research and development, IP, health and demographics.

Preparation of Manuscript

The corresponding author is the primary point of contact with the editorial office. Submit the file in the submission system with a cover letter. The cover letter needs to upload separately or can be sent via email.


Cover Letter should include

Author Name, Affiliation and Address

Date and Salutation

Author contribution to the research

Type of Article

Conflict of Interest

Financial Disclosure

Ethics Approval

Signature

The section should contain the following information:

Title Page

Corresponding Author and Co-Author List

Affiliation with complete address

Abstract

Keywords and Abbreviations

Introduction

Methods and Procedure

Discussion

Result and Conclusion

Acknowledgement

Contribution Statement and Patent Information

Funding

Author Contribution Statement

Declaration of Interest

References

References Style Guide

Books

Single Author:(Author Initial, year, Title, Books, Publisher)

Two Author: (Author Initial, Author Surname, Year, Title, Books, Publisher)

Three Books: (Author Initial, Author Surname, Author Initial, Year, Title, Journal, Publisher)

Chapters: (Author Initial, year, Title, Books, Publisher, chapter number or last page)

Online Books

Author Surname, Author Initial. (Year). Title (Edition). DOI Number

Journal or Press Release

Author Surname, Author Initial. (Year). Article title. Journal Title, Volume Number (Issue Number), Page Range. DOI Number


Online Journal

Author Surname, Author Initial. (Year). Article title. Journal Title, Volume Number (Issue Number), Page Range. Retrieved from URL.

Newspaper

Author Surname, Year, Title of article or column, Newspaper Title, Date & Month with page number


Annual Reports

Author Surname/Organization, Author Initial. (Year). Title. Retrieved from URL


E-books

Author Initial, Year, Book Title, Publisher, Url, Accessed Date

Legislation (Acts or Bills)

Acts: Title of the Act Year (Jurisdiction Abbreviation) Subdivision (if relevant) (Country Abbreviation).

Bills: Title of the Act Year (Jurisdiction Abbreviation) (Country Abbreviation).

Conference Papers and Symposium Contribution

Author Surname

In Editor/Other Initial.

Editor/Other Surname (Role),

Conference Proceedings Title.

Format of Item presented/conducted at the Conference / Symposium Title, Conference/Symposium, Location. DOI / Retrieved from URL

Lecture Notes

Faculty/Author Surname, Author Initial. (Year). Course document title. University Location: University Name.

Patents

Author Surname, Company Name, Title, Country, Patent number, Year

Organization Report

Author Surname, Organization Name, Year, Title, Publishers

Page Number

Book or Journal Name, Year, page number

Table & Figure

Author Surname, Date and Page no

Dissertation and Theses

Author Surname, Year, Title, University

Preparing Figures, Schemes and Tables


File for table, figures and schemes must be provided during submission through submission system or email. Common formats are accepted, however, TIFF, JPEG, EPS and PDF are preferred.

All Figures, Schemes and Tables should be present into the main text close to their first citation and must be numbered following their number of appearance (Figure 1, Table 1, etc.).

All should have a short explanatory title and caption, explanatory heading with the font size of 9. Figure Caption can be given as (e.g. Fig 1, Fig 2, Fig 3) and table as (Table 1, Table 2).

We recommend using Arial or Times New Roman for your entire paper with 9and 10 point font. Font 9 should be used paragraph and font 10 for the title. Make the entire paper in a uniform style.

Corrections

Any error related to publishing article needs to consult our department of editorial for immediate rectification. All error which needs to change should be submitted with a cover letter with reason to change to the following content/figure/table.

Plagiarism Policy

Plagiarism is an endless and troublesome issue for manuscript management. We were supported by Plag Tracker.

We recommend our authors to use self-plagiarism before sending them to us. It can also lead to rejection ,of a manuscript during the peer review process. Any duplicate information found during the review process will be informed to the author for an explanation as per COPE Guideline. All comments will be shared among the reviewer and editor for careful consideration of the paper to accept or reject.

File Type: Accepted File like txt, doc and docx. The image file should be TIFF, JPEG, BMP, or PNG.

Table should be organized and editable row and column. All tables and figures should be properly cited.

Supplement Data

Supplement information is the Metadata relevant to the manuscript. An author can use the submission system or email to send all the files.

Supplement information sections

Introduction

Methods and Procedure

Discussion

Result and Conclusion

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