Three types of manuscripts are to be submitted:
Original research: The length of a full publication should be the least needed to describe and understand the work; this should describe novel and rigorously verified findings, and the experimental methodologies should be described in sufficient detail for others to verify the work.
Short Communication: A short communication is appropriate for presenting information about new models, hypotheses, identification, creative procedures, techniques, or instruments as well as for summarizing the findings of entire little investigations. The style of the main sections does not necessarily have to match that of the entire paper. Short messages range in size from 2 to 4 printed pages, or 6 to 12 manuscript pages.
Min-reviews: Mini-reviews and viewpoints on subjects of current relevance are welcome and encouraged. Mini-reviews ought to be brief - no more than 4-6 printed pages, or 12 to 18 pages of manuscript and they should be well-written.
Review Process: An editor, an editorial board member, or a team of specialized reviewers must evaluate each paper. Reviewers will be chosen at random from our database and only those with expertise in the field will be contacted to evaluate manuscripts; authors are not permitted to recommend reviewers. The procedure is going to be double-blind. Within eight weeks, the first decision will be made.
Original Research: All manuscript text must be typed in double spacing, with page numbers beginning with the title. The title should contain a single, succinct sentence that sums up the paper's subject matter. The authors' full names, affiliations, the title of the corresponding author, and email addresses should all be on the title page.
Abstract: The abstract should be educational and entirely self-explanatory, quickly present the subject, describe the experiments' scope, highlight crucial data, and highlight key findings and conclusions. Complete sentences, active verbs, and third person singular should all be present in the abstract, which should be between 100 and 250 words long. Abbreviations should not be used, conventional terminology should be utilized, and the abstract should be presented in past tense. You shouldn't quote any literature. Following the abstract, you should provide three to ten keywords that will serve as indexing references.
Introduction: The problem, pertinent academic literature, and suggested strategy or solution should all be stated clearly in the opening. Readers from a variety of scientific fields should be able to understand it.
Materials and methods: To enable the replication of the experiment, materials and procedures should be finished. Only genuinely novel methods, however, must to be detailed in depth; otherwise, one ought to identify previously published procedures and briefly highlight significant revisions to such procedures.
Results: The outcome should be communicated clearly and precisely. When describing results from the author's experiment, the result should be written in past tense. The present tense should be used when describing previously published findings. Results should be described, but mostly without referencing previous research; debates, hypotheses, and a thorough interpretation of the data should not be included in the results but rather be presented in the discussion session.
Discussion: The discussion should evaluate the findings in light of the findings from both recent and earlier studies on the subject. At the conclusion of the paper, state the conclusion briefly. Both the Results and Discussion sections may have subheadings, and they may also be merged where appropriate.
There should be a maximum of five tables and figures, and they should be made simply. The entire text of the tables, including the headings and footnotes, must be typed double-spaced. Each table needs to include a heading, a legend, and a consecutive Arabic numbering system. Without referring to the texts, tables should be self-explanatory. The legend, not the text, should contain information on the methodologies utilized. It is not appropriate to duplicate information in the text or give it in both table and graphical form.
Before inserting graphics into the manuscript file's Microsoft Word document, they should be created using software that can produce high resolution GIF, TIFF, JPEG, or PowerPoint files.
Acknowledgement: The acknowledgement of people, grants, funds, and so on, should be brief
References: The journal accepts only APA referencing style
Copyright: When a manuscript is submitted, it is assumed that the work described has never been published previously (aside from in the form of an abstract or as part of a lecture or thesis that has been published); this means that it is not currently being considered for publication elsewhere until the authors have received feedback.