Guidelines for Authors
IJPEHSS is published biannually in March and September. Articles written in English should be sent to the editor of IJPEHSS. The research paper for publication in the journal could be sent not only in typed manuscript form but also through the Internet using email attachment. Keeping in view the postal delays, authors, therefore, are encouraged to submit their research material/articles as email directly to email@example.com
Manuscripts are considered if they are submitted only to IJPEHSS and therefore should not be under consideration for publication elsewhere, either in part or in whole. Authors are responsible for the scientific context and legal aspects of the articles. Editors may make necessary changes to articles in accordance with “instructions to Authors”. Normally the complete research paper should not exceed 6 to 7 typed pages including tables and figures; however under exceptional circumstances this limit can be relaxed. There is no page and reference limitation for the review articles. All files related to manuscripts should be submitted electronically. Internet transmission and e-mail attachments are preferred; CD—ROM is acceptable for large files. Text files should be in Microsoft Word 6.0 and later versions. Each figure. table photograph or other image should be submitted in electronically. The manuscripts should be submitted in Times New Roman font, 12-point type, double spaced with 3cm margins on all sides. The reference style used by the Journal is the Harvard System of referencing.
FORMAT FOR RESEARCH ARTICLE
Include the following sections in research articles without page space:
TITLE: Capital letters.
AUTHORS: Surname followed by initials and institution(s) where the study was conducted.
ABSTRACT: Include an abstract of not more than 250 words that includes objectives, methods, and results and conclusions.
KEY WORDS: To assist in indexing the journal, list up to 5 key words (not from title), which your article could be indexed.
INTRODUCTION: This should include the reason for undertaking the study. It should also include a brief review of related research.
MATERIAL AND METHODS: This should clearly describe the methodology adopted for selection of subjects, design of the study, collection of data and application of appropriate statistical procedures.
RESULTS: The findings should be presented clearly and the text of results and data presented in tables and figures should complement with one another. Data should be presented in SI unit.
DISCUSSION: This should precisely deal with interpretation of results and must not unnecessarily be long and rambling. It should be pertinent to the data presented and supported by citing references. The main conclusion should be incorporated in final paragraph.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS: These should be brief and specific.
REFERENCES: These should be arranged in alphabetical order of family name of the first author and should be set out in the following way :
Burn J.H. The autonomic nervous system, 4th ed. Blackwell Scientific Publication, Oxford. 1986. Daggett A., Davis B., and Boobis L. Physiological and biochemical responses to exercise following oral contraceptive use. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 1983; 15 (2) : 174-178.