Instructions

Instructions for the Authors

Provide ABSTRACT with these 5 components;
(i)Background: The phenomenon, survey, reviews the origin of the problem. The abstract should give readers concise and correct information about the material of the article in given headings.
(ii)Purpose: Explain the purpose to carry out this study/analysis
(iii)Methods: The framework of the calculations/observations
(iV)Results: Prediction/analysis or comparisons short idea with the existed theories or experimental results
(v)Conclusions: In the context of new results its significance. The abstract should include the max. 300 words.

Keep max 300 words in the abstract of your article.

Provide each author's email id (prefer to the institutions) and ORCID, it is compulsory. If you don't have an ORCID profile then you can register yourself by using the following link:https://orcid.org/

Acknowledgments: Acknowledge colleagues, scientific/technical staff for their support, no number to the section.

Authorship contribution: Please provide the contribution of each author.

Funding: If you got the financial support from any organizations/agencies, you mention all details under this head. Provide the full name of the agency sanctioned the project along with initials, country, and grant number with the date.

Conflict of interest: Declare clearly if there is any conflict of interest.

Author Guidelines:  Author guidelines are available separately, in reference to the submission guidelines, formatting instructions of the paper, and the reference style. 

A. POINTS TO NOTE:

1.  Editorial staff faces the problem when the author doesn't give a response to the messages, especially after the peer-review process. In this situation, if the author(s) doesn't respond to 3 reminders' emails sent at regular intervals, the paper will be withdrawn/deleted from the active list. 

2. In the above case (1), a withdrawn paper may be re-considered provided the author submit a request of genuine reason through the head of the affiliated department to the Publisher within 30 days.

3. On the other hand, the corresponding author asks to withdraw the paper after the peer-review process. These are very time-consuming situations for the editor. The editor requests the reviewers, waits for the expert comments, the editorial staff involved in communication. 

4. The author(s) should avoid multiple submissions of a single paper on different platforms. This kind of practice, is not good for the author, it also wastes the time of the journal editors.  One early positive response encourages the author to withdraw the paper from other journals.