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Author Guidelines




Manuscript Format and Structure


The presentation must be precise and should include case reports, original research, or reviews. Titles, abstracts, and main text should be written in language readily intelligible to Commerce & Management. Use times new roman font with one line spacing with a font size of 12.


Use of abbreviations should be kept to a minimum, particularly those that are not standard. Terms and names referred to as abbreviations or acronyms should be written out when first used with the abbreviation in parenthesis. Do not use abbreviations in the abstract. Standard units of measurement need not be spelled out.


Include a title page, Abstract, main text, References, Acknowledgments, and tables, figures, and legends as appropriate.

Title Page:

Include the title of the article and the full name, degrees, designation, title, and of every author in first page file. Do not use author names in the main text. If the paper was presented in a conference or to an organized group, note the name of the conference or organization, location, and date. List up to 6 key words needs to be mentioned. Provide the address, contact number, and email address of the corresponding author.

Tables and Figures:

Illustrations and tables should be numbered and cited in the text in order of appearance and grouped at the end of the text. Although low-quality images may be adequate for review purposes, print publication requires high quality images. Submit TIFF/JPEG files only. Images should be of 300 dpi resolution.

Figure Legends:

Figure legends should begin with a brief title for the whole figure and continue with a short description of each panel and the symbols used.


Reference List:

Literature references in the text should be cited using superscript numbers (after punctuation) in order of appearance, and correspond to the numbered reference list. All references cited in the text must be listed at the end of the paper. Do not include unpublished data or personal communications in the reference list.

Manuscript Types:

All articles should be relevant to all Engineers related disciplines and addressed to the Engineering & Technology

Topic Review and Systematic Review Articles:

The review can be a topic review or systematic review. It should cover a topic of interest for the general Engineering, Science & Technology. Reviews should offer a broad view of the field. The review Abstract should have not more than 250 words and include: Objectives, Data Sources, and Conclusion. The main text should be divided into Introduction, Data Sources, Resources Selection, Review, Discussion, and Conclusion. Search strategies must be described and the use of evidence-based systematic approaches is expected. The Discussion and Conclusion should address the relevance to the general practitioner and should be supported with relevant photographs.


Original Scientific Articles:

Original scientific articles must reach the highest international standards in the field and should be relevant to Engineering practice. The articles should describe significant and original experimental observations and provide sufficient details so that the observations can be critically evaluated and, if necessary, repeated. The article Abstract should be no more than 250 words giving details of what was done, using the following structure: Objectives: A clear statement of the main goal of the study and any tested hypotheses. Method and Materials: Describe the methods, study design, and data analysis. Results: Main results of the study, including the outcome of any statistical analysis. Conclusion: State the major conclusions of the study and their implications and relevance to the practice of Engineering.

The main text should include Introduction, Method and Materials, Results, Discussion, and Conclusion sections. The Introduction should summarize the background of the research objectives and should emphasize the relevance of the study to the practice of Engineering. The Method and Materials section must contain sufficient detail such that, in combination with the references cited, all Engineering trials and experiments reported can be fully reproduced. Manufacturers of materials should be named, known methods should be referenced, and data analysis should be described. The Results section should be presented in a logical sequence in the text, tables, and illustrations. The Discussion section should include association to previous studies, and implications of the findings to the Engineering applications should be included. The Conclusion section should not summarize the findings. Instead, the conclusions should relate to the aims of the study and the relevance to Engineering application. The conclusions should be supported by the data.

Case Reports Articles:

Case reports should include:

Abstract, Introduction, Case Presentation, Discussion, and Conclusion/ Recommendation when necessary. The Abstract should have not more than 250 words and summarize the case. The article should emphasize the new information provided and the relevance to general practitioners. Sufficient follow-up period is required, and high-quality images should be included.

Short communication:

These should be used for interesting but simpler cases, which the authors would like to share with the readers. The abstract is not mandatory and the main text is limited to 1000 words. Only five to eight references can be included.


Copyright Transfer Form

I/We certify that I/We willingly assign the copyright of my/our work/title ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________to the International Journal of Advanced Research in Commerce & Management

who will have the exclusive right of producing (in print or digital format) the complete work or any portion of it.


I/We also certify that the work which I/We am/are submitting to the publisher is my/our own and does not contain any matter which in any way is infringement of the copyright law.


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Authors Consent Form


We, the undersigned coauthors of this paper, have contributed to (1) data design, analysis, or interpretation, and (2) writing or critiquing drafts of the manuscript, and we approve the submitted version of the manuscript. We declare that this paper has not been published elsewhere in whole or in part in any language (except in abstract form). We are jointly responsible for the release of any or all of the material contained within the paper. We declare that we obtained patient consent-to-disclose forms for any figures of identifiable patients and edited out any names mentioned in the recording.


We also declare that research involving human subjects was performed in compliance with the principles of the Declaration of Helsinki (2008), and that involving animals was approved by the applicable institutional ethics committee or review board and conformed with generally accepted guidelines governing such work. We further attest that we have herein disclosed any and all financial and other relationships that could be construed as conflicts of interest, and that all sources of financial support for this study are disclosed in the manuscript.


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