➤ Each Accepted manuscript will receive a Digital Object Identification Number (DOI) provided by CrossRef

Manuscript Guidelines

In order to create highly impactful and original content, our Journal has gathered an expert Editorial Board, comprising illustrious scientists who ensure that each manuscript is fairly, but stringently peer-reviewed. The preferred word format is word document. After submission we will send you updates regarding your manuscripts for each and every stage like initial stage to final stage. Papers will be published approximately 7 days after acceptance.

Invites contribution to the following sections of the Journal:

Original Research Article

These reports give result of original research. These should be structured abstract and should and follow the Introduction, Methods, Results and Discussion format and subject specified. (Approx. 3500-4000 words)

Review Article

These provide an in-depth review of a specific topic. Authors should preferably be working in and have published papers in the area being reviewed and have sufficient expertise to critically evaluate the relevant literature. Appropriate use of tables and figures is encouraged. Where relevant, key messages and salient features may be provided.

Case Report

These are brief descriptions of a previously undocumented disease process, a unique unreported manifestation or treatment of a known disease condition, a unique unreported complication of treatment, a case that generates a new hypothesis or helps understand possible pathophysiological processes. These may be accompanied by one relevant photograph.

Short Communication

These are brief reports of original research. A short communication usually does not include any figure or table


Will be signed. These are usually opinion manuscripts that accompany original research articles or other reports or that present views and perspectives of the editors related to a published article, current issue or journal policy.

Letter to Editor

This includes comments on articles published in the Journal during the previous 6 months. Observation, opinions and concern from its readers may also be submitted.

Manuscript Sections should include

Title page

Title page should contain Manuscript title, Author information.

Manuscript Title – Manuscript title should be concise yet descriptive. It should make electronic retrieval of the article sensitive and specific. Style: Heading 1 and strong.

Author information: The title page should provide the corresponding author’s telephone number, e-mail address, name of the department(s)/ institution(s)/organizations and country. Style: Article with Endnote text and Endnote reference.


It should be structured and divided into four sections: Introduction/Background, Methods, Results and Conclusion. It should be a concise and accurate summary of the article with 300 words limit only


Introduction should state why the study was carried out and what the specific aims of the study were, its importance and goals. It should not describe the background for the study.


The validity of a study is judged by the methods used. These should be described in sufficient detail to permit evaluation and duplication of the work by others.

The following should be described in this:


Results should be given in logical sequence in the text, tables, and figures. Only the most important findings should be summarized. Data presented in tables and figures should not be duplicated in the text.

Units of Measurement

International System of Units (SI) should be used with traditional equivalent in parentheses

Generally accepted conventions for reporting units of measurements are:
Metric units (meter, kilogram, or liter) or their decimal multiples for the measurements of
length, height, weight and volume etc.
Degrees Celsius for temperature
Millimeters of Mercury for blood pressure


This section should aim at providing the conclusions from the study; and it should add to the current knowledge, provide explanations for the findings, compare the study’s findings with available studies, discuss the limitations of the study and the implications for future research. Only those published articles directly relevant to interpreting the results and placing them in context should be referenced. This section should conclude with a brief summary statement. The conclusion should be based on and justified by the results of the study. Discussion section should aim at emphasizing how your work is innovative and how it can be relevant for future advancement and research in the concerned field.


References should be numbered in the order in which they appear in the text and these numbers should be inserted above the lines. Style: List 2 Reference text

For example

{Author names. Publishing year (2020). Reference article/book name. Journal short name; Volume number; page number.}


It should be included below following fundamental content.
Tables should have proper numbering
Title should be above the table
Short description below the table.


Only high contrast/ quality of figures that are essential shall be accepted & in JPEG format. The labelling must be clear and neat. Do not use clips on photographs, watermarked and artwork.

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