Article Template GuidelinesArticle Styling
- No. of Columns: Single Column
- Font Family: Times New Roman
- Font Size: 10 pt
- Page Size: A4
- Page Orientation: Portrait
- Top Margin: 0.7 Inch
- Bottom Margin: 0.7 Inch
- Left Margin: 0.67 Inch
- Right Margin: 0.56 Inch
- Title (Maximum 120 Characters)
- Author Name, Affiliation and Email ID
- Abstract (Maximum 200 words)
- Keywords (Maximum Five)
- Literature Survey
- Problem Definition
- Methodology / Approach
- Results & Discussion
- Future Scope
- Each Author (s) Short Profile with Photo(s)
- Title: Title must be informative and specific. It should be easily understandable by the reader and should reflect the motive of the research paper.
- Author Name, Affiliation and Email ID: Author First name and Last name only. Please don't include salutations like Dr / Mr / Prof etc. Only provide your Personal Email Address, Not your Institutional Email Address.
- Abstract: One paragraph containing at most 200 words. It is a summary of the report describing the question investigated, the methods used, the principle results and conclusions.
- Keywords: Five most important terms that describe your research domain and specific problem area investigated.
- Introduction: It is a brief section usually not more than a page. It should be informing the reader of the relevance of your research.
- Literature Survey: This section includes a short history or relevant background of the research area being addressed.
- Methods / Approach: This section should describe how you are supposed to rectify the problem, what approach or what methodology you are supposed to use in your paper.
- Results / Discussion: This section describes the outputs generated in the methodology section. Elaborate and compare your results with previous research performed in the past.
- Conclusion: Final extract of your research performed. Consicely elaborate your final output here.
- Future Scope: What are the future possibilities of improvement in the research you performed. Discuss the limitations and benefits over historical research.
- References: If you reference an external source in your paper, you should cite where you found that source. Give credit to the actual contributor, they deserve this.
- Authors Short Profile: Short bio of all the authors, include a small picture also. People should know you too!
Managing Editor, International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)