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Instruction for Author (s)
Title of the manuscript
The title of the paper should be brief, clear, concise and informative with no abbreviations. First letter of each word in the title should be capitalized. The title should describe the contents of the paper.
Author (s) Information
Full name (s) of the author (s) should be included (First name and last name) along with their affiliation/present addresses. Email address of the corresponding author is necessary in the author (s) information list.
Submitted manuscript should have an abstract/summary (No more than 200 words). Abstract should be informative, self-explanatory and in past tense. There should not be any reference in the abstract. Abbreviations should be avoided and there should not be any literature in the abstract. It should accommodate the introduction of research topic, research questions and scope of the work, description of the study background, method, results and conclusion. Followings the abstract, the list of key words should be included (3 to 5 words only).
The introduction section should include background information under discussion. It must provide statement of the problem, relevant literature review and method of approaching the work or solution. The aim of the manuscript should be stated in this section. It should be clear enough to attract the attention of the readers to read the whole paper.
Materials and methods
This section should be complete overview of the design of your study. Previously published procedure/method should be cited only as general method needs not to discuss with detail. However, the new procedures should be described in the detail so that reader (s) can get new idea from the experiment/method. Important modification of the published work should be mention briefly so that the novelty concept must remain dominant. The author (s) must describe the source (s) of the data clearly. The authentic source of the data is necessary for the better results.
Results section is more difficult than writing the Materials and Methods section for many researchers. One should understand that people are interested in one’s paper because of results/findings. Result should be presented in the sequence of the text. The goal of the author (s) should report the results of the data that has been analyzed to test hypotheses without any type of subjective interpretation. The key results should be presented first and so on. Unnecessary repetition of the data/results should be avoided. This section should start with the text and not contain the material related to discussion. The results should be explained clearly without referring to literature. Results are the heart of the paper. So lead your reader through your story by writing direct, concise, and clear sentences. This section should exclude data interpretation, leaving it for the Discussion section. The author (s) should be selective in presenting data and choose only those experimental details that are essential for the reader to understand findings. Raw data should not include in results section. Remember, you should summarize the results, not reporting them in full detail. The author (s) should not ignore negative results. Tables and Figures should be arranged in a way that should show sequence to present findings in the most logical order to answer the investigated questions/ Hypotheses in the study. If the results are too complicated then author (s) should consult APA manual (6th Edition) for detail.
This section is also important part of the research paper as it shows how a researcher is thinking critically about the issue and how he/she is developing creative solutions on the basis of findings. This is the opportunity for author (s) to show how his/her research reflects, differs from and extends current area in which the author (s) has chosen research to carry out. In fact, this section should provide a chance to demonstrate exactly what writer (s) knows about the topic by interpreting findings. Discussion section should interpret the results in the light of what was already known about the subject of the investigation. It should always be connected to the introduction by way of the question (s) or hypotheses you posed and the literature you cited. But it must not repeat the introduction. The results should provide the answers to testable hypotheses. The author should care whether his/her findings are consistent with the other works. If not, then he/she must defend it logically with appropriate reasoning. He/she must go into greater depth while explaining findings that are unexpected or especially profound. Before concluding the discussion, identify potential limitations and weaknesses. While writing the discussion, discuss everything, but concise, brief and specific. So this section should end with a concise summery of the principal implications of the findings. Finally, Leave the reader feeling like this is an important topic.
The acknowledgement section should include acknowledgement of people, grants, funds etc.
All references must be according to APA (American Psychological Association) 6th Edition. The minimum number of references in the paper should be 16 as more references mean the author (s) have more knowledge about the topic. Author (s) should note that only published and accepted article (s) should be included in the references list.
*Note: The manuscript must be submitted in Microsoft word file in Times New Roman Font Style (Font Size 12). All portions of the manuscript must be in double-spacing.