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Manuscript Guidlines: 

1. Review Journal Guidelines: Carefully read and follow the submission guidelines provided by the target journal or publisher. Each publication may have specific requirements regarding formatting, length, and style.

2. Unique and Original Content: Ensure that your manuscript contains original content that has not been previously published elsewhere. If there is any overlap with your previous work or other publications, clearly disclose and reference it appropriately.

3. Cover Letter: Include a well-written cover letter introducing your manuscript. Clearly state the novelty and significance of your research. Mention any conflicts of interest or special considerations.

4. Title and Abstract: Craft a clear and concise title that reflects the main theme of your research. Write an abstract that summarizes the unique contributions of your study.

5. Keywords: Provide relevant and specific keywords that accurately represent the content of your manuscript.

6. Figures and Tables: Ensure that all figures and tables are original, or proper permissions and attributions are provided for any previously published material. Clearly label and reference each figure and table.

7. Ethical Considerations: Clearly state ethical considerations and approval for any research involving human subjects or animals. Disclose any potential conflicts of interest.

8. Manuscript Formatting: Format your manuscript according to the journal's specifications. Pay attention to font, spacing, margins, and any other formatting requirements.

9. Citation Style: Use the correct citation style as specified by the journal. Provide accurate and complete references for all sources cited.

10. Unique Contribution Statement: Clearly articulate how your study contributes to the existing literature and state the unique aspects of your research.

11. Compliance with Journal Policies: Familiarize yourself with and adhere to any specific policies of the journal, such as data sharing, open access, or other requirements.

By carefully following these guidelines, you can increase the chances of your manuscript being accepted for publication and ensure that the content is both unique and aligned with the expectations of the target journal.

Manuscript Submission:

  • The Manuscripts should be in MS Word format. Manuscripts must be double-spaced; Font Size 12, black and it should be in Times New Roman.
  • While submitting content online, a working email address must be mentioned.. On the first page of the paper (cover page), include the author's details in the cover page as Name, Designation, Name and Full address of the Institute (with pin code/zip code), and email ID.


The author's name or affiliations should not appear anywhere else in the body of the manuscript, because our peer-review process is blinded.

  • The paper should commence from the second page containing the title followed by the Abstract, Keywords, and the main paper. The author's name should not be mentioned anywhere except on the first page (cover page).
  • Word Limit: The Manuscripts should be at 1500-6000 words.
  • Abstract: The abstract should be clear and provide an excellent summary of each article's content. It should briefly describe the objectives, explain how the study was done, and summarize the key results. The Abstract should be written in past tense and should not be more than 300 words. Avoid the use of abbreviations and references in the abstract. The Abstract should have the following components in briefly outline the Purpose, Design/Methodology/Approach, Findings, Practical Implications, and Originality/Value.
  • Tables should be numbered consecutively as Table 1, Table 2, Table 3, and so on (and not as Table 1.1, Table 1.2, Table 1.3, and so on). The title of the table should be placed above the table. The source should be indicated at the bottom. Please provide a table(s) as the real table(s) with rows, columns, and cells. Each piece of information should reside in its cell. For the Tables and Figures - If you have reproduced the tables/figures as it is from the source, then you should have permission to reproduce the content. Otherwise, please remove the respective Table/Figure. However, if the Table /Figure has been compiled from information from the Source, please give the proper citation below the Table/Figure and include the full reference in the list of references.
  • Figures need to be numbered in a sequential manner, e.g., Figure 1, Figure 2, and so forth, instead of Figure 1.1, Figure 1.2, and so forth. At the bottom, if applicable, the source should be mentioned. Relevant titles for the figures should also be assigned..
  • All tables, charts, graphs, and diagrams should be high-resolution black-and-white images or grey-scale images only. The number and complexity of such exhibits should be as low as possible. Figures should be presented in millions and billions on all charts and graphs, and all designs should be legible.
  • The manuscript must specify the Methodology used in the paper. In the case of survey-based studies, the author(s) must mention the sampling methodology, number of respondents, nature of sampling, and period of the study.
  • The article should end with a list of references. The text's body must cite each and every reference. Citations and references need to be in alphabetical order and comprehensive in every way. Kindly frame the references using the APA 7th Edition.
  • Mathematical equations and display formulas should be serially numbered. Equations must be written in type using the form (1). Footnotes, italics, and quotation marks should be kept to a minimum.
  • The primary heading should be in the capitalised form (Uppercase) and boldface. The sub-headings should be in the title - case capitalization (first letter of each word in capital), in bold, and should be italicized.
  • Manuscripts not accepted for publication will be informed by email only.
  • The following Ethical Disclosures need to be included in the manuscript in line with Wavejo’s Best Practices for Authors. Kindly provide statements (please place these above the references at the end of the paper).
  1. Author’s Contribution
  2. Conflict of Interest
  3. Funding Acknowledgement
  4. Please log onto www.wavejo.com to submit your article

Due to the huge volume of submissions, the review process can take up to 2 weeks