Guidelines for Authors of AI Publishers

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Guidelines for manuscript preparation

1. Language
The language of the manuscript should be English (either American or British standard, but not the mixture of both).
2. Length and format
The length of the paper should not exceed 30 pages (excluding tables, figures, references and appendices, if any). Paper containing more than 30 pages will be returned to the author(s) to shorten it. The manuscripts should be prepared as Microsoft-word documents in Times New Roman (font size 10) on A4 size, leaving the margins of 1 inch on all sides in a single column. The lines should be single-spaced (including references and tables). Authors are appealed to write as concisely as possible, but not at the expense of clarity.
3. Arranging the manuscript of different categories (Model Template)
A. Research Article

  1. Manuscript should be arranged as the following: Title of manuscript, Author name(s), Affiliation(s), Corresponding author’s name and email/contact No., Abstract, Keywords (3-5 keywords), Introduction, Objectives, Material and Methods/Experimental section, Results, Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgement (optional) and References/Bibliography
  2. Paper Title should be concise and informative.
  3. Author name(s): Full name of each author or Surname Initial.
  4. Affiliation: Affiliation and institutional address.
  5. Corresponding Author’s name, email and Mobile number:
  6. Abstract: It is expected that the abstract should not exceed 300 words, be written in a single paragraph and should be a brief summary of the paper carried in a concise manner. Sub-headings should be avoided.
  7. Keywords: It should contain 3 to 5 key terms related to the work separated by commas.
  8. Introduction: It should reflect the background, significance, a brief survey of the previous works, purpose, and scope of the research. It should be free from any subheadings.
  9. Experimental Section/Material and Methods: For intelligibility and making the readers/researchers able to reproduce the work, sufficient information regarding the materials and the methods used to carry out the research works (analytical, statistical and experimental procedures) should be presented.
  10. Findings and Discussion: It should present the findings of the concerned research, related interpretations, and speculations as well as its prospects.
  11. Conclusion: It should include result the work, important findings and author’s view(s).
  12. Acknowledgments (if any): It should present brief information regarding any research grant or the assistance of colleagues or institutions/departments.
  13. References: Authors are requested to follow VANCOUVER REFERENCE STYLE. The references should be presented in a square bracket in the right hand of the sentence e.g., [1] in the text. They should be arranged at the end of the manuscript in order of their appearance in the text.

B. Review Article

  1. Paper title should be concise and informative.
  2. Author name(s): Full name of each author or Surname Initial
  3. Affiliation: Affiliation(s) and institutional address(es)
  4. Corresponding Author’s name, email and Mobile number.
  5. Abstract: It is expected that the abstract should not exceed 300 words, be written in a single paragraph and should be a brief summary of the paper carried in a concise manner. Sub-headings should be avoided.
  6. Body of the Article: Reviews are expected to be written by the individuals who have done substantial work on the subject reviewed or are considered experts in the concerned field.
  7. Conclusion: It should include result the work, important findings and author’s view(s).
  8. Acknowledgments (if any): It should present brief information regarding any research grant or the assistance of colleagues or institutions/departments.
  9. References: Authors are requested to follow VANCOUVER REFERENCE STYLE. The reference should be presented in n square bracket in the right hand of the sentence e.g., [1] in the text. They should be arranged at the end of the manuscript in order of their appearance in the text.

C. Short Communication

  1. Paper title should be concise and informative
  2. Author name(s): Full name of each author or Surname Initial.
  3. Affiliation: Affiliation(s) and institutional address(s)
  4. Corresponding Authors name, email and Mobile number:
  5. Abstract: It should not exceed 300 words in a single paragraph, without sub-headings and should be a brief summary of the work carried in a concise manner.
  6. Length of the Body: The body the article as short communications should not contain more than 30 printed pages or not exceeding 2000 words ( excluding abstract and references).
  7. Conclusion: It should include result the work, important findings and author’s view(s).
  8. Acknowledgments (if any). It should present brief information regarding any research grant or the assistance of colleagues or institutions/departments.
  9. References: Authors are requested to follow VANCOUVER REFERENCE STYLE. The references should be presented in n square brackets in the right hand of the sentence e.g., [1] in the text. They should be arranged at the end of the manuscript in order of their appearance in the text.

Model References:

For Journal

Authors Surname Initial. Article Title. Journal name. Year of Publication; Volume (Issue): Page No.

Example: Ray Hajong, Ratan Kumar. Hajong Samaj- Eti Samikshya, (an article written in Assamese), Payobhora, 1982; Vol. 13, No. 20: 16-31.

For a book and other Monograph

Authors/Editors Surname Initial. Book Name. Edition, Publisher, Place of publication, Year of publication.

Book by Editor

Example: Roy, Hiranmoy and Adhikari, Kingshuk.; “Human Development in Assam”, Growth and Human Development in North-East India. ed., P. Nayak, New Delhi, Oxford University Press, 2010: 301-302

Book by Author

Example: Bhattacharjee R.P. and N. Upadhaya N; “Human Development in North-East India”, Development priorities in North-East India, Ed., Bimal J.Deb, New Delhi, Concept Publishing Company, 2002: 135-136.

Book Chapter

Authors Surname Initial. Chapter Name. In Book Name, Edition, Publisher, Place of publication, Year of publication. Page No.

Example: Gut s, L. (2012). Phonological Description of the Hajong Language in North East Indian LinguisticsVol.4. Ed.Hyslop, Morey & Post. CUP, 2012.

For Thesis

Authors Surname Initial. Thesis Title. University, Place, Year: Page No.

Example: Narzry D. A Descriptive Analysis of Karbi Language, Assam University, Silchar. 20016; 10-11.

Conference paper

Example: Choudhury AK. Contribution of Christian Missionaries to the Development of Assamese Language and Literature. Paper presented at ICCMC 20016. Proceedings of the 5th International Conference of Christian Missionary Society, Kerala University: 2016, February. P-6-7

Website link

Title of the Topic. Available from Link

Example: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bengali_phonology

Tables and Figures

The tables should be arranged systematically with the number and title at the TOP of the Tables. The Tables should not have any color shedding. The figures should have good quality in JPEG form. The figure number with Title should be given in BELLOW the Figure. The Tables and Figures should be placed in n an appropriate place in the text.

Submission of Manuscript

Normal Manuscript Submission:

Authors may submit t manuscript by sending the soft copy in both MS Word and PDF to the email- [email protected]

For Fast Track publication (Urgent Review and Fast Publication)

Please submit your manuscript to- https://aipublisher.org/submit-manuscript/
Note: Please mention the Journal name to which manuscript is submitting.
Immediate acknowledgment, urgent review, and publication within 48 Hrs after payment.

Copyright policy

After the acceptance of the manuscript, a signed copy right form (Scanned copy) should be submitted via email- [email protected] by the corresponding author.

Processing Fee

The article processing fees should be paid only after acceptance of the manuscript. The rate of processing fee is as the following:

The article processing fees for different Journals are as follows..

Journal Normal Fee Fast Track Fee
Addaiyan Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Rs. 1500 (India)
USD 50 (Foreign)
Rs. 3000 (India)
USD 100 (Foreign)