Author’s Guidelines


Papers submitted to e-IJEAS for publication should be original and unpublished. Plagiarism is the silent use of the work of others without the permission from original authors. Articles submitted to e-IJEAS need to have a plagiarism level below 12%.

All individuals listed as author or co-authors must have made substantial contributions and approve the final version of the article/research paper to be published.

The corresponding author must confirm that all co-authors have read and agreed to submit the manuscript & that all co-authors have agreed to be included in the author list.

The contribution of other individuals/organizations or sources should be recognized as per law.

Authors are to obtain any copyright clearances and are responsible for factual inaccuracies and opinion expressed in their paper.

Prepare your script in Times New Roman font 12 font size.

Title must be clear to represent the content and prepare in 14 font size.

Manuscript must be written in clear and concise English. Either British or American spelling is acceptable. It must be sent in Microsoft Word format (.doc or .docx). Maximum length of the manuscript is 5000 words including everything.

Please send your papers for publication to

General format of the research papers should be as follows in given template:

Title Page :

  1. . The title page should include a concise title of the article
  2. . Name of all the authors (limited to 6 authors) followed by their position, department/ institution, address.

Abstract :

The paper should include an abstract of less than 250 words. The abstract should be brief, which should highlight the entire article effectively.

Key words :

Provide key words in alphabetical orders separated by coma.

Main body :

The main body of the research paper must include Introduction, Materials & Methods, Results, Discussion and Conclusion.

References :

References must be given alphabetically in APA referencing style. Mention references which are used within the body of the articles. The references must be verified by the author(s) against the original documents