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Authors Guidelines

Instruction to Authors

  Authors are able to submit the article to the journal directly via Innovative Publication pre-portal https://www.innovpub.org/.  Author will Register in our Publication portal and fill the basic personal information to create an author personal login id and password which confirmation mail will reach to author email id and confirm on assigned Mobile no. The Author first need to login own account with registered email and password. You can contact with us for any further assistant email id: rakesh.its@gmail.com, editor@innovativepublication.com or browse https://www.innovativepublication.com more information.

All manuscript must be in English. The author also need to upload .doc or .docx file which only contain introduction, material & methods, result & discussions, conclusion, acknowledgement references etc.

Types of Manuscript

·         Original Research Article

·         Review Article

·         Case Report/ Series

·         Short Communication

Major Points for Research / Review Article / Case Report

Ø  Preparation of your Manuscript

Ø  Manuscript Title Should not More than 40 words

Ø  Name of Authors  with Affiliation  and Designation

Ø  Correspondence Author Complete Address

Ø  Abstract Should not be more than 250 words

Ø  Standard English maintain throughout the article

Ø  Keywords Should not more than 10 words

Ø  Explain tables and figures in Manuscript body

Ø  Images resolution should be more than 300 dpi or high contrast

Ø  Word limit for Original Research Article Maximum 3500 words and for Review Article Max. 4500 words.

Ø  Table should not more than 6 and Images not more than 5

Ø  The numbers of authors should not be more than 5.

Preparation of your Manuscript: The author has to prepare the manuscript in Standard English without any typographical mistake. The Author should use Times New Roman having front size 10 throughout the manuscript. The author has to give 1.5 line spacing with before & after 0 point throughout the manuscript. No editing or material changes at the proof stage will be permitted. While the short communication will have only title author’s name and address, followed by text and references, the full length paper should have the following headings.

Title: The Title should give the brief idea of manuscript. The words should not be more then 25. First letter of each word in title should be in capital like A, B, C. The connected word like and, the, or, if, is, are, would, will, not, etc. will not contain first word in capital. The detail should be filled in the respective line.

 Example:

1.             Current scenario of clinical research exposure and practice in developing…

2.             Comparative evaluation of co-loading versus preloading for prevention of post-spinal..

3.             Evaluation of patient satisfaction after total hip arthroplasty

Authors: The name of all authors should be written as First Name (Author Name), Middle Name (Father Name), Last Name (Surname). The Correspondence authors need to give College Name with designation and address, postal address for Hard Copy  of Journal and Certificate, email id, phone number etc.

Abstract: The abstract should not be exceeding than 250 words. The abstract should give overall work done throughout the manuscript.

Keywords: The keywords should not be more than 10 and which should be selected on very careful manner.

Introduction: Should be brief and limited to the statement of the problem and aim of the experimental design, the techniques employed main conclusion from the study and not presented in tables and figures from only to be given. The drafting of introduction should be done in such a manner that reader should understand the need of work to the result of work done.

Materials and Methods: Should include relevant details on the nature of material, experimental design, the techniques employed, and statistical methods used. For well-known methods, citation of reference will suffice. The free sample should be acknowledged in this section. The method should include the steps which was follows for the formulation of various batch in a systematic flow.

Results and Discussion: The result work should include the evaluation parameters with detail description of method and results obtain for the final selected batch. The data should clearly mention the result for all batches and the illustration should not be repeated. The statistical illustrations were highly desirable. The correct and good statistical data containing manuscript will get more preference. The statistical data should be produced in excel or in standard software should more advisable.

Tables: Tables should be typed on separate sheets, each with a heading. Tables should be typed with the first letter (T) only capital, table no. in Arabic numerals, followed by a period. All measurements should be in metric units.

Figures and Line DrawingsFigures should be as small and simple as is compatible with clarity. The goal is for figures to be comprehensible to readers in other or related disciplines, and to assist their understanding of the paper. Unnecessary figures and parts of figures should be avoided Figures/charts and tables created in MS Word should be included in the main text rather than at the end of the document,. The illustrations should not repeat the data presented in tables and vice versa. Text figures should be used in preference to plates. Text figures should be numbered in Arabic numerals in order of their reference. Captions and legends to illustrations should be typed on a separate sheet of paper.

Artwork guidelines: Illustrations, pictures and graphs, should be supplied with the highest quality and in an electronic format that helps us to publish your article in the best way possible.

ResolutionOnly high contrast/ quality of figures that are essential shall be accepted, Rasterized based files (i.e. with .tiff or .jpeg extension) require a resolution of at least 300 dpi (dots per inch). Line art should be supplied with a minimum resolution of 800 dpi.

Colour: Please note that images supplied in colour will be published in colour online and black and white in print (unless otherwise arranged). Therefore, it is important that you supply images that are comprehensible in black and white as well. The captions should reflect this by not using words indicating colour.

Conclusion: The conclusion should not be more than 100 words which summarized the whole work briefly.

References: All references must be cited in the text by the reference number using superscripts. No links between superscripts in the text and actual references in the Reference Sections may be used. Notes may be used to cite manuscripts in preparation, unpublished observations and personal communications. References cited should follow the style given below:

Reference of Research Paper
Muhammed Rafay, Sameem Siddiqui MRS, Muhammed S. Sajid , David R. Uncles, Liz Cheek, Mirza K. Baig MK, “A meta-analysis on the clinical effectiveness of transversus abdominis plane block” Journal of Clinical Anesthesia (2011) 23,7-14.

Reference of Website
Glossary of Terms Used in Pharmacovigilance; January, 2013. Available from:
 

Proofreading: It is your responsibility to proofread your page proofs. Your manuscript editor will provide you with instructions; the date by which the proofs must be returned will be in the schedule provided at the beginning of the process

Publication Ethics:  Author should observe high quality with respect to publication ethics as set out by the commission on Publication Ethics (COPE) and international committee of medical journals editors. Classification of data, plagiarism, including duplicate publication of the author’s own work without proper citation and misappropriation of work are all unacceptable practices. Cases of ethical misconduct are treated very seriously and will be dealt with in accordance with COPE guidelines.

Authorship: All authors listed on the manuscript should have contributed significantly to the design or implementation of the experiment or the analysis and interpretation of the data. All authors should have been involved in the writing of the manuscript at the draft and any revision sate and have read and approved the final version.



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