The Editorial Board safeguards the International and Multidisciplinary character of the journal and ensures appropriate refereeing procedures (peer review).
All manuscripts are subject to peer review, and accepted papers will be copyedited.
Aim and Scope:
Manuscripts are accepted for publication with the understanding that they represent original work that was not previously published in other peer-reviewed journals. Articles published as working papers may be submitted for consideration but this must be indicated.
It is recommended that authors should proof read their articles or ask colleagues to proof read the manuscript before submitting. Articles containing careless errors especially typographical errors will be rejected as this will entail a long time to fix during editing before publication.
Manuscript Preparation and Organization
All manuscripts submitted to the journal must comply with the following instructions. Failure to do so will result in the return of the manuscript and a possible delay in publication.
We recommend the use of certain fonts: Times, Times Roman, Arial; please use the Symbol font for special characters. Text of the paper should be divided into the following sections, if appropriate: Introduction; Materials and Methods; Results; Discussion; Conclusions; Acknowledgments; References; Tables; Figure; legends.
Title of manuscript. Title of the manuscript should be concise, specific, and informative, and should contain the key points of the work. This is followed by the name of the author(s) , complete affiliation(s) followed by full mailing addresses. Corresponding author(s) should be clearly identified and details of the correspondence address and e-mail(s) should be included.
Abstracts. Abstracts are required for quick referencing and an indication of the work presented. We use this version of your abstract to solicit referees to review your manuscript. Potential reviewers may view it before they accept or decline the assignment. Generally, an abstract should not exceed the word limit of 300 words. Please write your abstract so that it accurately summarizes your article, as it will stand independently of the article. Avoid passive voice except when describing methods, and use past tense for actions taken in the past.
Keywords. Up to six keywords. In terms of the keywords, the Journal aims for generalizations. In this way, a searcher is more likely to find a range of information under any particular topic. Unfortunately, you have to limit the keywords for your paper and be more specific so that readers can search within the search engine on the online Journal. Use the keywords that generally cover your topic.
Introduction, Titles, Subtitles and Headings. Titles should be concise, specific, and informative, and present the key points of the work. All headings should conform to a consistent pattern, using no more than 3 outline levels, and should be kept brief. Avoid acronyms and sentences. The paper should include appropriate numbered subheadings. "Appendices," if applicable, each with a title, should come after the references. Do not use footnotes within the text.


Special Note About Reference Format
It is important that authors strictly adhere to the reference format that we use because a manuscript in which references do not follow the standard format can cost us both time and monies. The manuscript will be returned to the corresponding author(s) at anytime during the copyediting process for putting the references of a manuscript in order. Only references that are cited in the text should be listed.
First of all, all entries are presented in the order they appear in the text. Secondly, all occurrences of names of authors and/or editors should be set in Caps and Small Caps. Please use full titles of journals, not abbreviations.
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