Guide for Authors

Essential title page information

The title page should include the following:

Title: The title should be brief, concise, and descriptive. It should not contain any literature references or compound numbers or non-standardized abbreviations.

Authors and affiliations: full names, and family names for complete identification. Use superscript lowercase letters to indicate different affiliations, which should be as detailed as possible and must include department, faculty/college, University,

(e-mail address)

Abstract. Each paper should contain summary of the main points (not more than 250 words). Key words. Immediately following the summary, up to 3 key words should be supplied for subject indexing.


The author(s) should strive to define the significance of the work and the justification for its publication. Any background discussion should be brief and restricted to pertinent material.

Material and methods (Methodology and methods)

Authors should be as concise as possible in experimental descriptions. The experimental section must contain all the information necessary to guarantee reproducibility.  please state the appropriate test(s) in addition to a hypothesized p-value or significant level (for example 0.05).


The study results should be clear and concise. Restrict the use of tables and figures to depict data that is essential to the message and interpretation of the study. Do not duplicate data in both figures and tables. The results should be presented in a logical sequence in the text, tables, and illustrations.


This should explore the significance of the results of the work, not repeat them. Include in the discussion the implications of the findings and their limitations, how the findings fit into the context of other relevant work, and directions for future research.


The main conclusion(s) of the study should be presented in a short conclusion statement that can stand alone and be linked with the goals of the study. State new hypotheses when warranted. Include recommendations when appropriate. Unqualified statements and conclusions not completely supported by the obtained data should be avoided.


References are to be listed in format APA, They must include: name and initials of all authors, the full title of the paper, name of the journal, volume number, first and last page and year of publication.

Text format

The manuscripts should be typed in single-line spacing. The form and contents should be carefully checked to correspond with our Instructions for Authors. The text of the manuscript sent to the Editors should be considered as final. Electronic version should be sent via e-mail:

Prepare your manuscripts using Word, preferably Word 97. Required file formats for text are doc. font type times new roman 14 ,main title  times new roman 14 bold ,   Apple/Macintosh files should be avoided.

Figure Format

The number of illustrations should be kept to a minimum required for clarification of the text, Prepare high-quality figures (photographs, graphs or diagrams): Captions will be in English, a decimal place must be denoted by a point (not a comma!). Figures should be sharp un-mounted glossy photographs or computer-generated laser prints.

Typewritten or dot-matrix lettering is not acceptable.

Each figure will contain a caption. An explanatory text, making the general meaning clear without reference to the text, should be at the end of a manuscript text, in the text file. Required file formats for figures or images: jpg, gif or tif

Manuscript Submission and Reviewing process

Online submission of the paper is done through E-publish. You must register first to obtain a username and password then login on the system to submit your article. The paper will be reviewed by 2 expert peer reviewers recommended by the editorial board. The electronic peer-reviewing system will speed up the whole editing process. Revised manuscripts should be sent in a three-weeks' time.