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Guidelines for Author

International Journal of Neo Sciences is a multidisciplinary, broad based and peer reviewed biannual journal devoted to publication
of original research that contributes significantly in the field of Biosciences, Physical sciences, Chemical sciences, Earth
science, Computer Sciences and Mathematics.

Manuscript on A4 paper should be presented in as concise as possible page margins should be 2.54 cms / 1 inch top and down,
2.54 cms / 1 inch left and right line spacing should be 1.15. Use Time New Roman of 12 font size pages should be numbered
consecutively. Do not change the font sizes or line spacing to squeeze more text into a limited number of pages. All papers
solicited and unsolicited will be first assessed by a Review Committee. Papers found unsuitable in terms of the overall
requirements of the journal will be returned to the authors. Authors of these papers will be notified of acceptance, need for
revision or rejection of the paper. It may be noted that papers once rejected cannot be resubmitted.
Manuscript Submission
Manuscripts must be submitted by one of the authors of the manuscript. The principal/corresponding author will be required to
submit a Covering Letter along with the manuscript, on behalf of all the co-authors (if any) The author(s) will confirm that the
manuscript (or any part of it) has not been published previously or is not under consideration for publication elsewhere
Furthermore, any illustration structure or table that has been published elsewhere must be reported and copyright permission for
reproduction must be obtained.
The manuscript also has to be submitted as a soft copy on the email address chief.edi2014@gmail.com using word processing
software such as MS Word, Research articles and reviews should be of 4000-8000 words excluding figures, structures,
photographs schemes, tables etc.
Title
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Concise and informative

Name and initial of each author should be cited

Complete affiliation for each author, with name of the department (s) and institution (s) to which the work should be
attributed.

Email address of the corresponding author.


Abstract

A structured abstract of Original and Review article should be of not more than 250 words. Three to five key words should be
supplied below the abstract.
Introduction
The introduction should be clear with concise account of the background of the problem and the justification behind the
investigation.
Materials and methods
There should be detailed description of methodology of work done. Statistical methods should be described properly to enable a
reader to understand it.
Results
Result should be clear and concise. Result should be presented in a logical manner and emphasis should be only on important
observations.

Tables and figures


Tables and figures should be included in the text at their respective positions as mentioned in the text. They should be selfexplanatory,clearly designed and should not be duplicate in the text. Figures should be provided only if they improve the article
and to ensure good quality. Computer generated drawings would be acceptable, only if they are proficiently designed. In the
case of photographs, good prints are required, photocopies of photographs are not acceptable.
Illustrations
Ensure that all measurements are included and all the tables are cited in the text.
Discussion or Numerical Discussion
Emphasize the new and important aspects of the study. The discussion should deal with the interpretations of results without
repeating information already presented under results.
Acknowledgment
Acknowledgment should be brief and for specific assistance only.
References
All references must be numbered consecutively, in square brackets in the order in which they are cited in the text.
M. Bard, R.A Woods, D.H Barton, J.E. Corrie, D.A. Widdowson. Sterol mutants of Saccharomyces Cerevisiae :
chromatographic analyses. Lipids. 1977, 12 (8), 645-654
Reference to a book should include, in the following order, initials and name of authors, the title of the book (italicised) name
of publishers and place of publication, year.
R.H. Crabtree. The Organometallic Chemistry of the Transition Metals, 3rd ed : Wiley & Sons: New York, 2001.
Proofs
Proofs should be sent via email as a MS WORD files. The edited proofs must be emailed within 7 days of receipt. All changes
made to the manuscript by the author should be clearly visible.
No article processing charges need to be paid by the author
Declarations
Declarations have to be made regarding ethical issues. Manuscripts that deal with clinical findings should be enclosed with a
statement on informed consent of the patients under study. If humans and animals are the subject of a clinical study It is
essential for the study to have been carried out in accordance with te ethical standards of the country. A declaration to that
effect must accompany the manuscript.