Instruction for Authors

As per the instructions or specifications given below, the authors are expected to prepare their manuscripts. It should be remembered that, in the context of their manuscripts, the review process relies only on the significance of the work and the care used by the writers to represent it. Manuscript must be prepared as per the paper template. Before preparing/submitting their manuscript for publication, writers are therefore highly advised to read these directions carefully. ​

Criteria for Manuscript

Submitted manuscripts must meet the following criteria:

  1. The manuscripts material must be original.
  2. The writing must be clear, concise and unambiguous.
  3. The data should be valid.
  4. As per UGC Regulation 2018
  5. The discussions and conclusions drawn by the authors must be reasonable and supportable.
  6. The information must be relevant and interesting to area of research.

Author Benefits

International Journal of Innovations in Scientific Engineering (IJISE) includes:

1. The manuscript publication charges are to be paid for qualitative manuscript and normal publication process.
2. Excellent editorial standards with better communication.
3. Access free on-line issue of all journals.
4. A precise, fast and constructive peer review process.
5. All abstracts and full text available free on-line to all main universities/institutions worldwide ensures promotion to the widest possible audience.
6. To promote the researcher’s innovative idea through the publication process and to share their valuable proposal with us, at the same time this organization offers the authors a very less publication charges.
7. If any of the authors and co-authors is part of the editorial board, then this organization offers the various facilities to them. We shall be glad to receive your technical contributions at your earliest convenience. Please publicize this journal amongst your colleagues for possible contribution and subscription.

Preparation of Manuscripts

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check their submission's compliance with all of the following items, as publication process may be delayed that do not adhere to these guidelines.

​ ​ It should be arranged in the following order:

1. Title
2. Abstract
3. Keywords
4. Introduction
5. Materials & Methods
6. Results & Discussion
7. Conclusion
8. References

Main Manuscript should be formatted in accordance with the Paper Template. ​

Duties of Authors

  • Reporting Standards
    ​ ​ Authors of reports of original research should present an accurate account of the work performed as well as an objective discussion of its significance. The underlying data should be correctly reflected in the document. To allow others to reproduce the work, a paper should include ample detail and references. Fraudulent or intentionally false claims constitute unethical actions and are inappropriate.​
  • Data Access and Retention
    ​ ​ Authors may be required to provide raw data in the form of an editorial review paper and should be prepared, where possible, to provide public access to such data and, in any case, be prepared to maintain such data for a fair period of time after publication.
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  • Originality and Plagiarism
    ​ ​ Authors should confirm that they have written fully original works, and this must be properly referenced or quoted if the authors have used the work and/or words of others. Submission is an indication that the manuscript has not been previously published and is not being considered elsewhere for publication. Authors would be supposed to sign a copyright transfer document (to be issued by the Editor) before the manuscript could be published. You are considered to have given permission to print the manuscript by mailing the manuscript to the editor or publisher.​
  • Multiple Publications
    ​ ​ Manuscripts detailing exactly the same study should not necessarily be published by an author in more than one journal or primary publication. Submitting the same manuscript simultaneously to more than one journal constitutes unethical and inappropriate publishing conduct.
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  • Acknowledgement of Sources
    ​ ​ Proper acknowledgement of others' work must always be given. In deciding the essence of the recorded work, writers should cite publications that were influential.​
  • Authorship of the Paper
    ​ ​ Authorship should be limited to those who have made a substantial contribution to the reporting study's creation, design, execution or interpretation. As co-authors, all those who have made valuable contributions should be mentioned. They should be remembered or identified as participants where others have engaged in some substantive aspects of the research project. ​

Type of Papers

  • Research Paper
    ​ ​ A research paper is a type of academic writing that is based on the author's original research on a certain subject. The author must conduct a thorough examination and precise interpretation of his or her study findings. This research could be part of a Master's degree programme or a doctoral thesis ​
  • Review Paper
    ​ ​ The goal of a review article is to provide a short overview of recent developments in a certain field. The present state of knowledge on the topic is summarised in a review paper. It gives the reader a better knowledge of the subject by discussing the findings of recent research publications. ​
  • Comparative Study
    ​ ​ In the early phases of the formation of a branch of science, the comparative technique is frequently used. It can assist the researcher in progressing from exploratory case studies to more complex theoretical models, invariances, and concepts like as causality and evolution. ​
  • Survey Paper
    ​ ​ The author's opinion is based on studying and assessing various research articles (that have already been published) on a certain issue. ​
  • Case Study
    ​ ​ A case study is an in-depth research of a particular person, organisation, or event in order to uncover the reasons of underlying principles. A case study is an analysis of a person, organisation, or event that is both descriptive and exploratory.​ ​

  • Dissertation Chapter
    ​ ​ If you're presently focusing on a thesis or dissertation, you should be aware that it should be broken down into sections. The opening chapter, the dissertation chapter (literature review), another dissertation methodology chapter, discussion, and the last “conclusion” chapter are usually the essential sections of a thesis.​ ​

  • Abstract
    ​ ​ An abstract is a brief synopsis of a research article, thesis, review, conference proceeding, or any in-depth investigation of a certain subject that is frequently used to assist the reader in immediately determining the paper's aim.​ ​

  • Keywords
    ​ ​ Keywords are words or phrases that describe content.