Manuscript Formatting Guidelines

ScieInventions is providing manuscript formatting guidelines. Please follow them while writing and filing your manuscripts for review;


Title must be precise, self-explanatory and short. Please avoid using abbreviations in titles. Except the conjunctions, prepositions,andarticles the first letter of each word must be in capital. Articles must be typed in Times New Roman, with a font size 15, should be in bold and centered.

Author Information

Complete information of author (s) in the order of priority based on their contribution with their institutional affiliations must be mentioned in the manuscript. Complete contact information of the corresponding author along with full name, affiliation, phone numbers and email address must be included for all future communication.

Abstract: Any Manuscript filed for review must possess an abstract of not more than 500 words. The abstract should be able to summarize the entire study in a nut shell and must mention the methodology and the key findings of the study in brief.

Keywords: All research, review and case reports must mention at lease 5-6 keywords or important phrases from the manuscript, providing glimpses of the article.

Introduction: The introduction should set the tone of the study by clearly stating the purpose of the research, explaining its significance, aim and scope by citing relevant research findings and statements as evidences.

Materials and Methods: This section should provide a complete overview of the research study, detailing the research techniques applied, the sample size, and the way the experiment is conducted. The data extracted from the study should be presented in the form of tables, figures, images etc., to make it more meaningful to the readers.


The data collected by applying various research techniques is presented using formulae, equations etc., and it should be analyzed thoroughly by applying suitable statistical methods to discuss the major observations in its empirical form. Discussion shed light on major observations of the study, from which the researcher explores findings. Data must be presented for discussion in tables, using graphs, diagrams and images to make it more comprehensive for readers.


This section draws important findings of the study making comparisons, applying probabilities and by testing the hypothesis to prove or reject the statement made in the beginning of the study.

Conclusions, Limitations & Recommendations

Authors summarize the entire study by siting the limitations if any such as methods applied, or the sample size or areas covered to conduct this study. Author/s makes specific recommendations to advance research in this area in future.


The authors must clearly state and acknowledge the funding agencies that supported their study.


Author/s must acknowledge all the agencies, institutions and individuals that supported the study in various forms like data, laboratory, and resources support etc.


Questionnaires, Abbreviations, Full form all the abridged words and the jargons must be elaborated in this section to facilitate readers.

Figure Illustrations and Table Formatting

Research is communicated effectively only through figures & tables such as graphs, illustrations, diagrams and other visuals. Tables play a significant role in presenting the study while the images enhance its impact. All the images must be submitted in high-resolution TIFF, PNG, JPEG or EPS formats.

There is no limitation for the number of figures and tables to be included in the manuscript. Composite figures must be labeled A, B, C, etc. Legends are mandatory to explain each image or table, in not exceeding 100 words. It is important that numerical equations and the tables in the manuscript should besubmittedin Word (.doc), Excel (.xls), and PPT formats only. Each table must contain a brief caption of no more than one sentence. It should be placed above the table with the table number.

The legend and annotations should be placed below the table. All Tables submitted must be cell bases, editable and short. Usage of special characters such as Asters must be denoted below with the text explaining the denotation. Do not use any hyperlinked text in the tables. Table legends must not cross 100 words.