Publication Gguidelines

Publication Guidelines

What is a Research Paper?
A research paper is an art of academic writing truly based on the author's genuine research about a particular topic. Author has to perform deep analysis and exact interpretation of his or her research findings. This research work may be a part of a Master's Course or Doctoral Dissertation.
[What is a Research Paper?]
What is a Review Paper?
The purpose of a review paper is to write a concise review of latest updates in a particular domain. Review paper summarizes the current state of knowledge of the topic. It creates an understanding of the topic for the reader by discussing the findings presented in recent research papers.
[What is a Review Paper?]
What is a Comparative Study?
The comparative method is often used in the early stages of the development of a branch of science. It can help the researcher to ascend from the initial level of exploratory case studies to a more advanced level of general theoretical models, invariances, such as causality or evolution.
[What is a Comparative Study?]
What is a Survey Paper?
Survey paper comprises the interpretation, the author draws out after reviewing and analyzing several research papers (which are already published) on a specific topic. [What is a Survey Paper?]
What is an Informative Article?
The purpose of an informative essay, sometimes called an expository essay, is to educate others on a certain topic. Typically, these essays will answer one of the five Ws: who, what, where, when, and why. Of course, they can also answer "how," indicating how to do something. An informative article informs the reader by explaining and giving details on a given topic. [What is an Informative Article?]
What is a Case Study?
Case study is based on an in-depth investigation of a single individual, group or event to explore the causes of underlying principles. A case study is a descriptive and exploratory analysis of a person, group or event. [What is a Case Study?]
What is a Dissertation Chapter?
If you're currently working on your thesis or dissertation, you should know that your work should be divided into several parts. Usually, the basic parts of a thesis include the introductory chapter, the dissertation chapter (literature review), another dissertation methodology chapter, discussion and the last “conclusion” chapter. [What is a Dissertation Chapter?]
What is a Research Proposal?
A research proposal is a concise and coherent summary of your proposed research. It sets out the central issues or questions that you intend to address. It outlines the general area of study within which your research falls, referring to the current state of knowledge and any recent debates on the topic. [What is a Research Proposal?]
What is Synopsis?
A synopsis is a brief summary of the major points of a subject or written work or story, either as prose or as a table; an abridgment or condensation of a work. [What is Synopsis?]
What are the Keywords?
Keywords are words or phrases that describe content. [What are the Keywords?]
What is an Abstract?
An abstract is a brief summary of a research article, thesis, review, conference proceeding, or any in-depth analysis of a particular subject and is often used to help the reader quickly ascertain the paper's purpose. [What is an Abstract?]

Article Pattern Guidelines
• All submitted Research manuscripts must follow pattern given below:
o --Article Pattern--
o Title (Maximum 120 Characters)
o Author Name, Affiliation and Email ID
o Abstract (Maximum 200 words)
o Keywords (Maximum Five)
o Introduction
o Literature Survey
o Problem Definition
o Methodology / Approach
o Results & Discussion
o Conclusion
o Future Scope
o References
o Each Author (s) Short Profile with Photo(s)

• Title: Title must be informative and specific. It should be easily understandable by the reader and should reflect the motive of the research paper.
• Author Name, Affiliation and Email ID: Author’s First name and Last name only. Please don't include salutations like Dr / Mr / Prof etc. If possible provide only your professional Email id, instead of personal.
• Abstract: One paragraph containing at most 100 words. It is a summary of the report describing the question investigated, the methods used, the principle results and conclusions.
• Keywords: Five most important terms that describe your research domain and specific problem area investigated.
• Introduction: It is a brief section usually not more than a page. It should be informing the reader of the relevance of your research.
• Literature Survey: This section includes a short history or relevant background of the research area being addressed.
• Methods / Approach: This section should describe how you are supposed to rectify the problem, what approach or what methodology you are supposed to use in your paper.
• Results / Discussion: This section describes the outputs generated in the methodology section. Elaborate and compare your results with previous research performed in the past.
• Conclusion: Final extract of your research performed. Concisely elaborate your final output here.
• Future Scope: What are the future possibilities of improvement in the research you performed? Discuss the limitations and benefits over historical research.
• References: If you reference an external source in your paper, you should cite where you found that source. Give credit to the actual contributor, they deserve this.
• Authors Short Profile: Short bio of all the authors, include a small picture also. People should know you too!
• Finally, Make sure you are formatting your manuscript as per IJOMRC Paper Format given below:

o --Article Styling--
o Font Family: Times New Roman (For English)
o Font Family: Unicode (For Hindi)
o Font Family: Bismillah (For Arabic )
o Title Font Size: 24pt
o Author Names Font Size: 11pt, Bold
o Author Affiliation Font Size: 9pt
o Abstract Font Size: 9pt, Bold, Italic
o Keywords Font Size: 9pt
o Heading Font Size: 12pt, Bold
o Subheading Font Size: 10pt, Bold
o Table Contents Font Size: 9pt
o Table Heading Font Size: 9pt, Italic
o Figure / Table Caption Font Size: 10pt
o Reference Bullet Format: [1], [2] ...
o Citation Format: [1], [2] ...
o Line Spacing: 1.0 pt
o Line Spacing Before After: Nil
o Page Size: A4
o Page Orientation: Portrait
o Number of Columns: 2
o Column Width: 3.38 Inch
o Space between Columns: 0.5 Inch
o Page Margins: Top - 0.7 Inch, Bottom - 0.7 Inch, Left - 0.67 Inch, Right - 0.56 Inch, Gutter - 0 Inch, Gutter Position - Left
o Author Photo Size: Width 0.51 Inch (Keep Aspect Ratio)*
o Header: 0.1 Inch
o Footer: 0.3 Inch
• Paste Author’s photo in the left side of the header of the first page of manuscript.