Author Guidelines
Presentation of manuscript should have the following components
Title: Should be short and precise and in the next line, names of the authors, institutional affiliation, full mailing address including e-mail address with corresponding address.
Abstract: Concise summation of findings not exceeding 200 words should be written in brief and define a scope of work. Abstract should be followed by 5-7 key words.
Introduction: Should be brief not exceeding 300 words and define a scope of work with recent relevant references must be cited.
Materials and Methods: Should provide adequate details on the materials used, experimental design and the techniques followed. Statistical methods should be clearly stated.
Results and Discussion: Should be combined and supported by tables or figures wherever necessary. Use only ISO metric units of weights and measures.
Tables: Should be typed on separate sheets. They should be numbered in Arabic numerals with title of the table and the place should be indicated in the text.
Figures: Figures and photographs should be of good quality with glossy prints with their place in the text.
References: Should be arranged alphabetically according to authors names and should be placed under the heading ‘LITERATURE CITED’ at the end of the manuscript. Each reference should contain the surname of the author with initials, year and title of paper, title of journal (italics), volume No., Issue and page numbers. Few examples for citation of references are given below:
Research articles: Roy S S, Ali M N, Gantait S, Chakraborty S and Banerjee M. 2014. Tissue culture and biochemical characterization of important bamboos. Research Journal of Agricultural Sciences 5(2): 135-146. Haseeb R. 2014. Dynamics of essential nutrients using leaf analysis for evaluating nutritional requirements of stone fruits in temperate region. Indian Horticulture Journal 4(2): 77-85.
Book: Tabasum A and Afshan G. 2011. Value addition of fruits and vegetables. 3G Publishers, Awantipora, Kashmir. pp 56.
Proceedings: Yadav H S and Meena G. 2007. Irrigation management in wheat. In: Wheat Breeding and Management. (Eds) Singh P S, Ketty R R and Agnihotri M. pp 121-139. CABI, Wellington, U. K.
Thesis: Rather S A. 2007. Effect of integrated nutrient management in rice wheat cropping system. Ph. D. Thesis, Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Kashmir, Shalimar Srinagar (India). pp 110.




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