International Research Journal
This International research journal is aiming to publish various research works done by emminent research scholars in all fields of their respective subjects. Our research journal will give a platform to all upcoming researchers. The paper published in this journal will come from prominent personalities in different fields of education.
Information about Papers
Guidelines to Authors
Length of the Article should be between 5,000 and 10,000 words. Book review essays should be 3,500 to 5,000 words. Please note that the word counts are inclusive of footnotes.
Titles should be short and specific. Subtitles may be used to amplify the main title.
The affiliations of each
author must be given. If an author's present affiliation is
different from that under which the work was done, both should be
given. The name of the corresponding author should be marked with an
asterisk (*). The editorial office retains the right to limit the
number of authors appearing on the title page.
Writing groups may wish to list the group name instead of an author list. If individual members of such a group wish to be credited with authorship on PubMed, a full list of the authors (clearly identifying the PIs and corresponding author) must be uploaded as a ‘support document (not for publication)’ during the online submission process.
The summary should be no more than 250 words and consist of four sections labelled Background, Methods, Results and Conclusions. They should briefly describe the problem addressed, how the study was performed, the salient results and what conclusions can be made from the results. Three to ten keywords should be added to the end of the Summary.
Please include a key messages box with the five key messages or key words at the beginning of the article.
Pages should be numbered sequentially and submitted in Word format, in Arial, 11-point font and double-spaced. There should only be one hard return after paragraphs. The first line of each paragraph should be indented, except those immediately following section headers.
The use of acronyms should be kept to a minimum. Words to be abbreviated (acronyms) should be spelled out in full the first time they appear in the text with the abbreviations in brackets. Thereafter the abbreviation should be used.
As a general rule, material of this nature should be incorporated in the text but separate sections can be published after the main text.
The correct preparation of statistical manuscripts is particularly important and the precise nature and position of each symbol must be clear.
In general, distinction should be made between:
All accepted manuscripts are subject to copy editing.
The corresponding author
will receive a pdf proof of the article. Proof correction must not
be used as an opportunity to revise the paper. Any essential changes
should take up the same amount of space if possible. Alterations,
other than corrections of printer's errors, are expensive and may be
charged to authors. Corrections should be returned within 3 days
to guarantee inclusion.
It is particularly important to check reference and author lists at the proof stage, as this is the final opportunity to catch errors prior to publication. Any errors that are not identified at the proof stage are very difficult to correct subsequently, particularly in third-party databases, such as PubMed.
The Editors reserve the right to make minor grammatical and other changes at any stage before publication. These are sometimes necessary to make the paper conform to the general style of the Journal.
Alterations and Revisions
If the Editor is of the opinion that an article provisionally accepted for publication needs minor revisions - including minor shortening, correction of errors in punctuation, spelling and style - such proposed changes will be made by the Editors and will not be resubmitted to the author for approval prior to publication if they do not alter the meaning or sense of the original manuscript. Authors may be asked to resubmit articles in response to the peer review evaluation.