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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).

Author Guidelines

This journal will consider Graduate Research Article, Graduate Review, and Graduate Survey Article; visit section policy for more detail on each article type. Author(s) are expected to comply with the best ethical practice in research & publication. The author is requested to read the paper publishing process and required reviewing time under free publication as well as rapid publication options. The author may visit this video tutorial for guidance on online submission steps.
  • Only research work from the science and technology discipline can be submitted to AJGR. Students from other disciplines can submit their papers to the Advanced Journal of Social Science.
  • Only mentored research work (under the supervision of a faculty member) can be submitted to AJGR. Research work without a supervisor can be posted to AIJR Preprints as a working paper (preprint).
  • The research work must be carried out in the current or last academic semester. Work done prior to the last 2 academic semesters will not get considered in AJGR; such work can be submitted to AIJR Preprints as a working paper.

Note: The author should read the guidelines carefully and follow them, Students should also consult their supervisors before submission to this journal.

1. Author's detail: Each article must include at least one student and one supervisor (as co-author) under whose supervision research work has been done. If the supervisor does not wish to be included as a co-author, we will require an email from the supervisor confirming the same. We will still require the supervisor's detail and each supervisor's name will still be mentioned as the mentor but not included in the authorship.

All author(s) presented in the manuscript should be added in the same order during step 3 of online submission. Further, on the first page of the article (Just before the abstract section), complete detail of each author should be provided in the following format (use the same format as given below)-

1.1 Complete detail of each student

Full Name:
Affiliation (Department and College/University) with postal address:
Academic year/Semester:
Course level: (Master/Bachelor)
Course name:
Course year/semester:
email id: (fake/wrong/invalid email id may cause article rejection)

1.2 Complete detail of each supervisor(s)

Full Name:
Affiliation (Department and College/University) with postal address:
Post/Rank:
email id: (fake/wrong/invalid email id may cause article rejection)

2. Formatting requirements

  • The manuscript should be in A4 size with a single-column layout. 
  • All Headings/subheadings should be numbered using style tag of Microsoft Word (heading 1, heading 2......) and the text's font & space should be consistent throughout the manuscript.
  • All manuscripts must contain the essential elements of the article and divide the article into clearly defined sections, for example, Abstract, Keywords, Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Conclusions, Artwork, and Tables with Captions.
  • The abstract should be within 300 words. Abstract and conclusion section should be written with continuous sentences without any subheading in it, do not use bullet point/numbered list. The abstract and conclusion section should not have any citations within it.
  • If your article includes any Supplementary material, this should be uploaded as the supplementary file in step 2 of the submission process. 

3. Figures and tables

  • All illustrations; figures and tables should be placed within the text at the appropriate place with a consistent figure/table number and descriptive title. Each table figure should be explained in the text by referring to the corresponding figure/table number.
  • Please ensure the figures and the tables are placed next to the relevant text in the manuscript, rather than at the bottom or the top of the file. 

4. References

  • The author should include at least 50% recent (from the last 2 years) reference citations.
  • All references must be numbered consecutively and citations of references in the text should be identified using numbers in square brackets (e.g., as explained by AIJR [1] as discussed in many reports [2]-[6]).
  • All references should be cited within the text; otherwise, these references will be automatically removed. 
  • All cited references should be listed after the acknowledgment section in the IEEE style. For example -

[3] W. S. Author, "Title of paper", Name of Journal in italic, vol. x, no. x, pp. xxx-xxx, Abbrev. Month, year. doi or URL (link)

Main features of citation style are given as-

  • The author's name format is, "first name (Initial), middle name (Initial) and last name". This differs from other styles where the author's last name is first. 
  • The title of an article (or chapter, conference paper, patent, etc.) is in quotation marks. 
  • The title of the book or journal is in italics.
  • Valid doi/url (online link) may be given for each reference next to it in the reference list. If any reference is not available online it should be modified/deleted.

5. Declarations

The author should add the following set of declarations at the end of the manuscript-

5.1 Study Limitations: Provide all possible limitations faced in the study which might significantly affect research outcome, If not applicable, write, none.
5.2 Acknowledgments: If not applicable, write, none
5.3 Funding Source: If no funding source exists, write, none.
5.4 Competing Interests: The author must add a statement for the potential conflict of interest; refer to this link for more detail on competing interests.
5.5 Warning for Hazard: If the work involves chemicals, procedures, or equipment that have any unusual hazards inherent in their use, the author must clearly identify these in the manuscript.

6. Human and Animal-Related Study

If the work involves the use of human/animal subjects, each manuscript should also contain the following set of declarations-

6.1 Ethical Approval: Provide an ethical approval authority name with the reference number. If not required, provide an ethical exemption letter of not required. The author should upload a scanned pdf copy of the ethical approval/exemption letter during manuscript submission. Visit this link for more detail on the ethical approval policy.
6.2 Informed Consent: Write a statement for the informed consent taken from the patients/participants/respondent to publish this study. The editor may ask to upload the scan pdf copy if required. Visit this link for more detail on the consent requirement.
Download MS Word Template to prepare your manuscript by clicking here.

Graduate Research Articles

Graduate Research articles offer graduate/undergraduate students in the final stages of a research project the opportunity to disseminate their primary findings. Articles should include an abstract of 200-300 words.

Graduate Reviews

Graduate reviews are intended to provide a critical literature survey of research topic related to any scientific interest. Authors should include an abstract of 200-300 words.

Graduate Survey Articles

This section intends to publish research carried out by Bachelor/ Master degree students through various surveys. Author(s) need to provide proof of survey taken for the study.

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