Article Preparation Guidelines

  1. Select an appropriate “Title” for the article (technical or general research-oriented articles) in the emerging areas or current trends in research. The title should be unique and relevant to the topic addressed.  
  2. Provide a brief “Overview or Background” of the topic.
  3. Include some recent “Statistics, Events, Examples” etc. in the area addressed.
  4. Provide “Conceptual Ideas or Knowledge” on the topic by including quality technical information.
  5. Include at least 1-2 good quality “Figure(s)”, including frameworks, flow charts, etc., of the conceptual idea or topic addressed. Discuss, provide source (if any), and cite the figure(s) properly in the text of the article. Title(s) of figure(s) must be placed below.
  6. Outline some “Open Issues, Challenges, and Perspective Research Directions” in the area addressed.
  7. Provide a brief “Conclusion” of the article. The conclusion should provide answers to the aspects addressed in the main discussion of the article.
  8. Capture around 8-10 appropriate and high quality “References” from different platforms, including journals, transactions, conferences, books, etc., in APA format.
  9. Include “Other Useful Resources or Information” (if any) by adding relevant links.
  10. The length of the article should be around 1000-2500 words (excluding references). Use of concise, clear, coherent, and error-free language is highly recommended.
  11. Article must not have more than 15% plagiarism (excluding references).
  12. Limit paragraphs to 200 words. Bullet points can be used (wherever necessary) to highlight the important aspects for ease of readability.