MANUSCRIPT FORMAT

The preferred format of manuscript is Microsoft Word.

  • Paper size: Manuscript should be prepared in A4 size paper with 2.5 cm (1 inch) margin on round the page.
  • Tables: These should be numbered with Arabic numerals and ending in a column, and in bold print (e.g., Table 1:, Table 2:) Any footnote should be typed at the top and bottom of the table in italic.
  • Illustrations: Figures should be professionally drawn electronically and inserted in the appropriate position where it was first cited within the text.
  • Font: Times New Romans Font size: 11
  • Title: Font size: 12, Times New Romans
  • Abstract: Font size: 11, Times New Romans
  • Manuscript: Font size: 11, Times New Romans
  • References: Font size: 11, Times New Romans
  • The language of the journal is English. Spacing: Each manuscript should be typed single-spaced on A4 (8.5" × 11") paper size with 1 inch margins. It should be arranged in the following order: Title, Abstract, Keywords, keynotes, Introduction, Experiment or Methodology, Observations & Results, Discussion, Conclusion(s), Acknowledgements, Conflict of Interest, Contribution of Authors, and References.
  • Abstract: This should not be more than 260 words. For Original articles it should be structured, while for Others should be Non-structured.
  • Keywords: Include between 3 and 7 keywords for indexing purposes.
  • Acknowledgements: Authors should acknowledge all those who made contribution to the work who cannot necessarily be included in the list of authors.
  • Conflict of Interest: Authors must declare any conflict of interest.
  • Introduction: It should be a concise with clear statement of the background of study including relevant earlier work, suitably referenced. It should be started in a separate page after keywords.
  • Aims & Objectives: clearly mention regarding aims & objectives.
  • Material & Methods: Materials and equipments, the manufacturer's name and, if possible, the location should be provided. The main methods used shall be briefly clearly described with citing references. New methods or substantially modified methods may be described with sufficient details. The statistical method and the level of significance chosen shall be clearly stated along with use of suitable tables & graphs.
  • Observations & results: The important results of the work should be clearly stated.
  • Discussion: This part should deal with the interpretation of results, making the readers to understanding of the work taken and should be logical. The discussion should state the scope &limitations of the results, which need to be further explored.
  • Conclusion: Concisely summarize the principal conclusions of the work and highlights the wider implications. This section should not as duplicate the abstract. In case of Review articles, case Reports, communications, letter to editor should prepare in concise manner.
  • References: Arrange all references in Vancouver style only. Arrange references consecutively in the order in which they are first mentioned in the manuscript. Identify references in the text, Tables and Legends by Arabic numerals in superscript and parenthesis. Use the style as in Index Medicus. Authors should be avoid using abstracts as references. For full details for this refer to the following link to university of Queensland : (http://www.library.uq.edu.au/training/citation/vancouv.pdf )

Copyright: Submission is a representation that the manuscript has not been published previously and is not under consideration for publication elsewhere. Authors would be required to sign a form (to be supplied by the Editor) transferring copyright to IJHBR before the manuscript can be published.

Ethical Matters: Authors using experimental animals and human subjects in their investigation must seek approval from the appropriate Ethical Committee in accordance with "Principles of Laboratory Animal Care" (NIH publication no. 85-23, revised 1985) and/or the declaration of Helsinki promulgated in 1964 as amended in 1996.

Gallery Proofs: Unless indicated otherwise, galley proofs are sent to the address given for correspondence. It is the responsibility of the corresponding author to ensure that the galley proofs are returned without delay.



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