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Call for Papers

  • Call for Papers Dec-2018

    Paper Submission: 25-Dec-2018

    Publication: 31-Dec-2018

Manual Article Submission

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Guide for Authors

IJAMSR welcomes the submission of manuscripts that conform to the general criteria of importance and educational excellence. All articles published  in IJAMSR are peer-reviewed. Topics to be encompassed by this  Journal encompass, but aren't restricted to:

How to Submit Manuscripts

Electronic submission of manuscripts is strongly encouraged, provided that the text, tables, and digits are included in a single Microsoft Word file.

Manual Submission:  Submit manuscripts as e-mail attachment to the Editorial Office at editor@ijamsr.com. A manuscript number will be sent to the corresponding author same day.

Covert Letter: The cover letter should include the corresponding author's full address and electronic mail address.

Types of Articles:

Original Scientific Articles:

These should describe ultra-modern findings, and experimental strategies should receive enough element for others to affirm and repeat the work.

Short Communications:

A short communication  is desirable for putting down the results of entire small investigations or giving info of view models or hypotheses, modern strategies, techniques or equipment. The style of main  sections want no longer comply with that of full-duration paper.

Review:

Submissions of reviews and surveys covering topics of the present-day hobby are welcome and urged. Inspections must be concise and not than 4-6 revealed pages (more or less 12 to 18 manuscript pages). Reviews manuscripts are also peer-reviewed.

Parts of a Manuscript Title:

The title should be a short word describing the contents of the paper. The Title Page should include the author's full names and affiliations, the figure  of the corresponding author along with telephone and E-mail records.

Abstract:

The Abstract must be enlightening and completely self-explanatory, in brief present the topic, state the scope of the experiments, suggest substantial statistics, and factor out major findings and determinations. The Abstract must be 150 to 200 words in length. The abstract must be composed in the past tense and abbreviations have to be forbidden. No literature ought to be observed.

Keywords:

Following the abstract, about 3 to 5 key words that will provide indexing references should be listed.

Introduction:

The introduction should provide a clear declaration of the problem, the relevant literature on the place, and the proposed approach or solution. It should  be understandable to colleagues from a big range of Scientific as well as other  subjects.

Methods and materials:

It should be complete enough to allow experiments to be regurgitated. All the same, only truly new tactics ought to be reported in detail; previously posted strategies must be referred to, and critical modifications of published approaches should be adverted to in brief. Subheadings have to be applied.

Results and Discussion:

The end resolution and discussion  ought to be offered with readability and precision. The consequences must be penned in the beyond demanding while describing findings in the author's experiments. Discussion, speculation and precise rendering of information ought to no longer be protected by the Results, however, should be put into the Discussion phase.
The Discussion should interpret the findings in view of the results obtained in this and in beyond research on this subject. Solutions and Discussion sections can encompass subheadings, and whilst suitable, each section may be merged.

Conclusion:

State the conclusions in a few sentences at the closing of the report

Acknowledgments:

The acknowledgment of people, grants, funds, should be brief.

Tables and Illustrations (to be arranged at the end)

Tables should be typed on separate sheets and numbered in Roman numerals. Lower-case superscript letters should indicate footnotes to the boards. All tables have to be quoted in the text content. Illustrations (referred as images, line graphs or bar charts) have to be both in grim and white or distorted. The scan of photos can be furnished the use of Tiff or JPG report one after the other or inserted in the textbook. Captions for illustrations need to be numbered consecutively to correspond with the numbers. All images/tables need to be adverted to in the textual content.

References:

References are each numbered, ordered sequentially as they appear within the textual content, strategies precis, tables, packing containers, discern legends, online-best strategies, Extended Data tables and Extended Data figure legends.

Copyright:

Entry of a manuscript implies that the work described  has not been printed before (besides inside the flesh of an abstract or as a portion of a published lecture, or thesis) that it isn't under consideration for publication elsewhere; that if and whilst the manuscript is accepted for publishing, the authors conform to automatic transfer of the copyright to the author.

The paper must be set in the following order with all pages numbered

Order

Indicator

Font

Size

1

Title

Times New Roman

16

 

Author/s Name/s

Times New Roman

12

 

Affiliation of the Author/s

Times New Roman

10

 

Email/s of the Author/s

Times New Roman

9

2

Abstract Heading &Keywords

Times New Roman

10/09 italic, bold

3

All other Sub Headings

Times New Roman

10 bold

 

Text

Times New Roman

10

4

References

Times New Roman

08 italic