Manuscripts must be written in clear, correct, and unambiguous standard English. Papers that don't adhere to these requirements won't be accepted
The following components should be included in all manuscripts submitted to the journal for use as research and review articles:
Title page, Abstract, Keywords, List of Abbreviations (if any), Introduction, Materials and Methods or Experimental Procedures, Results, Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgments, Reference, Figures, Tables
The title should not use acronyms and should be no longer than 25 words. The main idea of the research findings should be reflected in the title.
Author Affiliations: All authors' full names, affiliations, and contact information (including a telephone number, fax number, and email address) should be listed beneath the title.
The abstract should be educational and entirely self-explanatory, providing a brief introduction to the subject, outlining the parameters of the experiment(s), and highlighting the importance of the study and key conclusions. In no more than 250 words, the abstract should provide a synopsis of the entire book. Abbreviations should be avoided, and standard terminology should be used instead. A description of the study's background, methods, results, and conclusion should be included in the preferred format. The abstract should be followed by at least 5 to 6 keywords.
The opening should establish the tone of the document by clearly stating the study and the suggested strategy or fix. While outlining the significance of the study with appropriate references, the introduction should be sufficiently general to grab the reader's interest.
Review of Literature:
All research, reviews, and case reports must include a thorough analysis of the relevant literature and emphasise to the reader how the study will advance the body of knowledge.
Materials and Methods:
A thorough summary of the study's design should be provided in this part. To make the data more understandable for the readers, thorough descriptions of the research techniques used, the sample size, and the method of the experiment should be included. The data should also be presented in the form of tables, figures, images, etc.
To discuss the key findings from the study, a full statistical analysis of the data supplied using formulae, equations, etc. is necessary. This is a crucial component of the research that should yield the whole findings of the investigation.
In order to establish or refute the claim made at the beginning of the study, this section presents the investigation's key findings through comparisons, probability calculations, and testing of the e hypothesis.
Limitations, Conclusions, and Recommendations
The limits of the study, if any, as well as the sample size or methods used to conduct it, are listed by the authors after summarising the full investigation. The author(s) offer detailed suggestions on how to carry out further study in this field.
Funding The authors must acknowledge the funding agencies if any in their studies.
Acknowledgments: Author/s must acknowledge all the agencies, institutes, and individuals that supported the study in the end.
At the end of the manuscript, a list of all the references that were used in the text should be provided. The vancover agreement specifies how the references should be cited. The order in which they are first mentioned in the text should determine the order in which they are numbered. Arabic numerals [in square brackets] are used to identify references in the text. All sources that are cited must be verified by the authors. You must cite each author.
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