Author Guidelines

Instructions to Authors

Authors should submit paper purely based on their original research work and should not have been published elsewhere or accepted for publications.

The author(s) is/are purely responsible for all the contents reported in their paper and they should strictly follow the copyright rules, regulations and ethics of publications. The publishers, editors and the editorial advisory board members are in no way responsible for the contents. The authors should send an undertaking (signed by all the authors) stating that the article submitted for publication is their original research work and not infringement of any prevailing copyright violation.

The authors/contributors are advised to read the 'Guidelines to Authors' thoroughly for preparing the manuscripts and submitting their paper for consideration for publication.

Guidelines to Authors

Article Length : 5-8 pages
Font : Times Roman. Size: 10
Title : Should be very clear and brief to the work reported and should not contain more than 4 lines.
Author(s) :Name(s) of the author, affiliation/addresses and e-mails ids.
Abstract :Not more than 250 words highlighting the scope, objective, methodology, significance of the research work and conclusion
Keywords :2- 6. Each keyword should not contain more than three words.
Text :should contain scope, objective of the research work, introduction, methodology used, analysis and conclusion.
Paragraph :should be serially numbers as 1, 1.1, 1.1.2, Tables, figures, photos, images and charts may be given only if necessary and numbered consecutively in Roman numerals.
Conclusion :Summary of the reported work
Reference : Follow the "IEEE Citation Reference".
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  1. [1] B. Klaus and P. Horn, Robot Vision. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1986.
  2. [2] M. Abramowitz and I. A. Stegun, Eds., Handbook of Mathematical Functions (Applied Mathematics Series 55). Washington, DC: NBS, 1964, pp. 32-33.

  1. [1] R. E. Kalman, "New results in linear filtering and prediction theory," J. Basic Eng., ser. D, vol. 83, pp. 95-108, Mar. 1961.
  2. [2] W. Rafferty, "Ground antennas in NASA's deep space telecommunications," Proc. IEEE vol. 82, pp. 636-640, May 1994.

Note: Use et al. when three or more names are given.

Online Sources
  1. [1] J. Jones. (1991, May 10). Networks (2nd ed.) [Online]. Available:

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References in Text

References need not be cited in the text. When they are, they appear on the line, in square brackets, inside the punctuation. Grammatically, they may be treated as if they were footnote numbers.


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