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					                             Important Notes


Page Set up :
Margins :
    Margins :
       Top : 0.98”, Bottom : 0.98”, Inside : 0.79”, Outside : 0.59”,
       Gutter : 0”
    Orientation :
       Portrait
    Pages :
       Multiple pages : Mirror margins
Paper :
    Paper size : Custom size; Width : 6.3”; Height : 9.45”
Lay out :
    Section start : New page
    Headers and footers : Header : 0.39”, Footer : 0.39”


Paragraph set up for entire manuscript (unless specified):
Spacing :
Before : 0 pt; After : 10 pt; Line spacing : Single.
(Other specific instructions are given at the respective places)
Title with Capitalize Each Word (Times New
Roman, 16, Bold, Left Alignment)
A. Author1(Presenting author should be underlined), B. Author2 and C. Author1
(Times New Roman, 11, Left aligned)
1 Type the affiliation here (Times New Roman, 9, Left aligned, paragraph set up : Before: 0 pt,
   After : 0 pt, Hanging :0.13” )
2 Type the affiliation here (Times New Roman, 9, Left aligned, paragraph set up : Before: 0 pt,
After : 10 pt, Hanging :0.13”)

Introduction (Times New Roman, 11, Left aligned)

Text (Times New Roman, 11, Justify, Single line spacing). The spacing
between the two consecutive paragraphs is „Times New Roman, 10, Justify‟.
Neither the sections nor the subsections need to be numbered. The reference in
the text should be should be sequential and in the italics font including the
square bracket like [Reference number]. Figure should be mentioned in the
article in the format either Fig. 1 or Fig. 1(A) of (Fig. 1) Scheme (if required)
should be mentioned in the article as „Scheme 1‟. N.B.: Subheading(s) should
be written in Non-bold italic Times New Roman, 11, Left alignment.

Experimental (Times New Roman, 11, Left alignment)

Start new paragraph from here as per the instruction given in the earlier
paragraph. Times New Roman, 11, Justify, Single line spacing. The reference in
the text should be should be sequential and in the italic font including the square
bracket like [Reference number]. Figure should be mentioned in the article in
the format either Fig. 1 or Fig. 1(A) or (Fig. 1). Scheme (if required) should be
mentioned in the article as „Scheme 1‟. N.B.: Subheading(s) should be written
in Non-bold italic Times New Roman, 11, Left alignment.

Results and Discussion (Times New Roman, 11, Left alignment)

Start new paragraph from here as per the instruction given in the earlier
paragraph. Times New Roman 11, Justify, Single line spacing. The reference in
the text should be should be sequential and in the italic font including the square
bracket like [Reference number]. Figure should be mentioned in the article in
the format either Fig. 1 or Fig. 1(A) of (Fig. 1). Scheme (if required) should be
mentioned in the article as „Scheme 1‟. Continue in similar way for next
subheadings (if required). N.B.: Subheading(s) should be written in Non-bold
italic Times New Roman, 11, Left alignment.
Conclusion (Times New Roman, 11, Left alignment)

Start new paragraph from here as per the instruction given in the earlier
paragraph. Times New Roman 11, Justify, Single line spacing.

Acknowledgments (Times New Roman, 11, Left alignment)

Text of the acknowledgement.
References (Times New Roman, 11, Left alignment)
1.   Times new roman, 9, Left alignment, non bold (like following examples); Paragraph set
     up : Indentation : Hanging by : 0.24”; Spacing : Before: 0 pt, After : 0 pt, single line
     spacing).
2.   F. Diaz, J. In. Bargon and T. A. Skotheim, Handbook of conducting polymers, New York:
     Marcel Dekker 1986 1 81.
3.   I. C. Kwon, Y. H. Bae and S. W. Kim, Nature 354 (1991) 291.
4.   A. Chaubey, R .Singhal, M. Gerard and B. D. Malhotra, Proceedings of 4th National
     conference on Solid State Ionics: Science and Technology (2000) 479.
5.   N. Prabhakar, K. Arora, S. P. Singh, H. Singh and B.D. Malhotra, Anal. Chim. Acta (2007)
     (doi:10.1016/j.aca.2007.01.084).

Caption(s)
Fig. 1 Figure caption ( Times New Roman, 9, Italics, Left alignment ). Follow the same format
       for the other figures’ captions.

Table 1 Caption of the table ( Times New Roman, 9, Italics, Left alignment ). Follow the same
        format for the other tables’ captions.

Scheme 1 Caption of the scheme ( Times New Roman, 9, Italics, Left alignment ). Follow the
         same format for the other schemes’ captions.




OTHER IMPORTANT NOTES



Figure(s)/ Table(s)/ Scheme(s) (All the figure(s)/Table(s)/Scheme(s) should
        be given after the list of references)

(please continue to the next page)
                  The size of the figure(s) should be
                  restricted to either (2.3” × 2.45”) or
                  (3” × 3.35”). The figure(s) should
                  be in black and white, self-
                  comprehensive and in sequence.
                  The sub figures under a single
                  figure number should mention by
                  capital alphabets.

                  (Caption(s) of the figures need not
                  to repeat here).



 Equation(s) should be left justified and numbered in the order of first
  occurrence in the text. The equation number(s) should appear in „Times
  New Roman, 11.‟ on the right hand side of the column enclosed by
  parentheses. The equation(s) should be positioned in the main text in
  the order of appearance in the text.

 The manuscript should be made strictly according to this template.

 The number of pages restricted for each category includes all the
  figures and tables. Invited speakers are requested to compile their
  articles with maximum 15 pages. Contributed papers and research
  scholars‟ presentations should be restricted to maximum 4 pages.

 To avoid distortion during „printable document file‟ formation, the
  symbol used in the text or table must insert from the “insert option” as
  follows :

   Go to „Insert‟ option in MS-WORD file  Select “Symbol” option 
   Select the desired symbol  Press insert button.

				
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