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Materials and Methodology
Results and Discussion
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Acknowledgement (If any)
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Title, Author(s)’s name and affiliation(s), Abstract, Key words, Introduction, Materials and methodology, Results and discussion, Conclusion, Social Relevance and expected outcome, Industrial application, Acknowledgement, Scire ABI and References.
Title, Key words, Author(s)’s name and affiliation(s), Social Relevance and expected outcome, Industrial application, Acknowledgement, Scire ABI and References.
Title, Author(s)’s name and affiliation(s), Abstract, Key words, Table of contents, Introduction, Body- structured with numbered headings and subheadings, Conclusion, Social Relevance of the article and expected outcome and References. (Concept maps can be included).
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Figure number serially as Fig. 1, Fig. 2, and Fig.3.
Table number serially as Tab.1, Tab. 2, and Tab.3
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Units of Measurement: SI Units
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Cover letter: The cover letter should include the Title of the research paper, Name(s) of the Author(s), their affiliation followed by e-mail address of the corresponding author. The authorship cannot be changed once the submission is done. It is mandatory to specify the type of article (Research article, Review article or Short communication) and relevance of the study.
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Title: It must be in sentence case, unless highly requires the capital letter in between. Title should be informative and concise. Abbreviations should be avoided.
Abstract: The abstract should not be more than 250 words and it must be brief and informative. No citation is permitted
Key words: 4—5 key words need to be mentioned in alphabetical order. Abbreviations should be avoided.
Introduction: It should be concise and state the objective of the experiment. It should indicate the motivation for the article/study. Subheadings are not allowed. Relatable literature should support the problem addressed and relevance of the study. Literature review must come along with introduction, not as separate heading. Literature and review cited must be relevant and up to the date.
Materials and methods: This part should enable the reader to repeat the work. The year of experiment/ investigation carried out and the materials, equipments used with origin and make (if applicable) should be mentioned. Reference for the methodology should be indicated. Duration taken for the work, experimental design, software version used for the data documentation, treatments, pattern of the questionnaire used (if any) also must be pointed out.
Results and Discussion: It should contain the result of the experiments conducted chronologically in well organized structure with its interpretation. Problem indicated in the introduction should be answered here. Each experiment can be shown under separate headings, with its discussion part. Unexpected results and discrepancy should also be explained. Limit speculation. The best suitable graphs types should be chose. Tables, graphs, charts and illustrations must be presented consecutively by the order in which you mention them in the text.
Tables: It should be in time and space effective manner with title (sentence case) describing what is in it. A proper explanation in the text should be given by referring table number, Example (Tab.1). Consistency should be maintained in units, abbreviation and group or treatment name. Lengthy tables should be avoided. Column head must be in bold and sentence case with units in bracket. De-clutter the table by giving sufficient space in each column and row.
Illustrations: Clarity of the illustrations, figures and photo prints should be ensured. Unit of magnification and measures should be indicated. Legends to figures and photos should be given on the foot of the figure/photo with figure number. Example, Fig. 1: Description. Similar figures can be grouped to avoid large space consumption. An appropriate detail in the text should be given by referring figure number, Example (Fig.1).
Conclusion: Conclusion should be drawn from the findings and should be expressed by relating to the objectives and the result obtained.
Social relevance and expected outcome: It should come in separate heading after conclusion. Limit to 50-75 words. Suggestion for the future research also can be included.
Applicable industries: Minimum 2 industries (Example: Textile industry, Leather industry)
Reference: It should follow alphabetical and chronological order. Citation in the text must be (Author, year) or (Author 1 and Author 2, year) or (Author et al., year).
Wangensteen H, Samuelson AB, Malterud KE (2004), Antioxidant activity in extracts from coriander, Food Chemistry, 88: pp. 293–297.
Proceedings of Conference
Xiu KK, Chen A, Billiand SS, Thomas P (2016), Effect of _________________. Proceedings of National Symposium on Biofulels, Name of the institute, Place, p. 1415. ISBN:____________.
David M, Kaimal S, Wilson D (2015), Topic In: Title of the book, Ed. Publishers, Place, pp. 333-338.
Jack LC (2014), Analysis of variation_____________, Ph. D. Thesis, University, Place, pp. 220.
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