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As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  • The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, or RTF document file format.
  • Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  • The text is single-spaced; uses a 10-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.

Article template

Title of the article (font size 18)

Given- *1Surname Name, Given-2 Surname Name, Given- 3Surname Name  (font  size 13)
1 author's Position, Include Department, Institutional address, Pin code/ zip number, Country  2Co-author's affiliation, Include Department, Institutional address, Pin code/ zip number, Country (font size 10)
3Co-author's affiliation, Include Department, Institutional address, Pin code/ zip number, Country

*Corresponding author email id:

Abstract   (font size 12) : Background/Objectives: In <30 words. (11-point Calibri), Methods/Statistical analysis: In <70 words. (11-point Calibri), Findings: In <150 words. (11-point Calibri), Conclusion: In <30 words. (11-point Calibri)

Keywords: 5-6 words, Word representing the work.

1. Introduction

Please use a 11-point Calibri (Body) font or its closely related font family throughout the article unless otherwise mentioned; the right margins should be justified wherever possible. You may also download the ‘Indian Journals-article submission-model’ for your convenience. Abbreviations should be expanded at least one time (initially) in the article.

No need to include literature survey as separate title. Write the Review of literature in following manner

:  The people living in 21st century with the revolution of information communication technology which is responsible for wide spread access of computer technology as well as mobile services in to the social structure. The technology is turn influenced the society, development and social environment [1].

Anonymous [2] reported that if the knowledge required for the innovation's use can be codified and transferred from one context to another, it will be adopted more easily.

 Introduction should represent the background of the recent advancements on the problem of your study and should convey how your study is warranted in the existing context.  In other words, what is the need for your study and relevance of it. You may also state whether your study is first of its kind or to verify the existing claim or hypothesis. Also highlight how your study is going to link the existing gaps on such problem. You may also clearly mention the objectives of your study.

The page setup should be 8.5" (21.59cm) x 11" (27.94cm), Top: 0.5” (1.27cm), Bottom: 0.3” (0.762cm), Left: 0.7” (1.778cm), Right: 0.5” (1.27cm), Gutter: 0, Gutter position: Left

2. Materials and Methods

It includes sampling, sample preparation, preparation of control sample, measurement detail including Instrument and suppliers/ chemicals and suppliers, experimental set up, map/details of sampling site or study area, source of sample, where ever necessary ethical clearance obtained must be stated. Mention the statistical details, the number of samples used, statistical tools/ software used/ SD/level of significance, repeatability etc.

3. Results and Discussion

11-point Calibri (Body) font; Put all your Tables and figures at the end of the article in separate pages.  Mark their positions [Table 1], [Figure 1].  Table must be in Table format; use 9-point Calibri (Body) font; enter the data in the Table and present it as such and do not convert it as picture type; always use page set up in portrait and not the Landscape.

4. Conclusion

The conclusion must be drawn on the basis of your findings along with the existing fact. 

5. Acknowledgement

Must be in few lines. Research work funded by National or International bodies or technical supports obtained for the project work may be acknowledged.

6. References
(Journal name is fully expanded and not abbreviated; provide names of all coauthors; do not use et al.; provide beginning page and ending page while referring a research article)

To refer a research article:

[1] Manoj, D. 2006. Information Technology - Need of the Hour for Rural Development. Indian Media Studies J., JulyDec. 1(1):79

[2] Adler, P.S., S-W. Kwon, and J.M.K. Singer. 2003. The “Six-West” Problem: Professionals and the Intra-organizational Diffusion of Innovations, with Particular Reference to the Case of Hospitals. Working paper

To refer a Chapter in a Book:

N. Gajendiran, A. Mahadevan Microbiology of Indian desert. In: Ecology and vegetation of Indian desert. D.N.Sen (ed.), Agro Botanical Publ.: India. 1990;.83-105.

Internet: Article title. http://www.indjst.org/index.php/vision. Date accessed: 01/01/2015