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Important Dates
Last date of paper submission of paper 20th January 2020.
Notification of status of paper within 3 days after receiving the paper.
Extended last date of paper submission 27th January 2020 up-to 5:00 PM

Author Guidelines for research paper

Article Template For Conference NCRTMPCLS 2020 (Please follow this template for research paper submission)


Original research work of good standard and research papers should be Full Length up to Maximum of 12 pages-A/4 size.

It is recommended to submit manuscript in MS Word 2003/2007 format through the email as an attachment Manuscript format should be in MS word only. Charts, Tables and Diagrams should be in MS Excel or MS Word and images in JPG format using maximum possible 72 dpi resolution. All the matter should be typed in Times New Roman Font size - 12 point with single spacing.


Authors must accept full responsibility for the content of their articles. The Members of the Editorial Board and the Publisher of the Conference are not responsible for the statements and opinions expressed by the authors in their articles/write-up published in the Conference. To use the copyrighted material (for example table, figure etc.), the author/s must seek the permission from the Author/s

While submitting the paper the author (s) must give a declaration that “the article has not been published or sent for publication elsewhere”.


  1. Page Layout: A4 (21cm × 28 cm) leaving 2 cm margin on all sides of the text. All the text should be single spaced and the pages should be numbered consecutively.

  2. Use MS word (2003-2007) for text and TIFF, JPEG or Paint for figures.

  3. The first page should contain:

    The title is written in title case, centred, and in 16 point bold Times New Roman font at the top of page.

    The title should be concise, omitting terms that are implicit and, where possible, be a statement of the main result or conclusion presented in the manuscript. Abbreviations should be avoided within the title. Witty or creative titles are welcome, but only if relevant and within measure. Consider if a title meant to be thought-provoking might be misinterpreted as offensive or alarming. In extreme cases, the editorial office may veto a title and propose an alternative. Authors should try to avoid, if possible:

    Titles that are a mere question without giving the answer.

    Unambitious titles, for example starting with "Towards", "A description of", "A characterization of", "Preliminary study on". Vague titles, for example starting with "Role of...", "Link between...", "Effect of..." that do not specify the role, link, or effect. Include terms that are out of place, for example the taxonomic affiliation apart from species name.

    Authors and Affiliations

    All names are listed together and separated by commas. Provide exact and correct author names as these will be indexed in official archives.

    Affiliations should be keyed to the author's name with superscript numbers and be listed as follows: Laboratory, Institute, Department, Organization, City, State abbreviation (USA, Canada, Australia), and Country (without detailed address information such as city zip codes or street names).

    Example: Chavhan Ajay, Department of Mathematics, Institute of Science, RT Road, Nagpur, MS, India.

    The Corresponding Author(s) should be marked with an asterisk. Provide the exact contact email address of the corresponding author(s) in a separate section.


    Dr. Ajay Chavhan

    If any authors wish to include a change of address, list the present address(es) below the correspondence details using a unique superscript symbol keyed to the author(s) in the author list.

    As a primary goal, the abstract should render the general significance and conceptual advance of the work clearly accessible to a broad readership. In the abstract, minimize the use of abbreviations and do not cite references. The text of the abstract section should be in 12 point normal Times New Roman. See Summary Table for abstract requirement and length according to article type


    All article types: you may provide up to 8 keywords; at least 5 are mandatory

  4. Main Text-The paper should be divided into the following sections: Introduction, Material and Methods, Results and Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgment and References. Tables and Figures of good resolution (300 dpi) should be numbered consecutively in the order of their appearance in the text.

  5. Reference style
  6. All citations in the text, figures or tables must be in the reference list and vice-versa. The references should only include articles that are published or accepted. Data sets that have been deposited to an online repository should be included in the reference list, include the version and unique identifier when available. For accepted but unpublished works use "in press" instead of page numbers. Unpublished data, submitted manuscripts, or personal communications should be cited within the text only, for the article types that allow such inclusions. Personal communications should be documented by a letter of permission. Website urls should be included as footnotes. Any inclusion of verbatim text must be contained in quotation marks and clearly reference the original source. Preprints can be cited as long as a DOI or archive URL is available, and the citation clearly mentions that the contribution is a preprint.

    The following formatting styles are meant as a guide.

    Reference list: provide the names of the first six authors followed by et al. and doi when available. In-text citations should be numbered consecutively in order of appearance in the text – identified by Arabic numerals in the parenthesis for Health articles, and in square brackets.


    Reference to a journal publication: Baig MM, Khan AA, Kulkarni KM. Mitochondrial DNA diversity in tribal and castegroups of Maharashtra (India) and its implication on their genetic origins. Annals of Human Genetics, 2004; 68 (5): 453-460.

    Chavhan AB, Pawar SS. Distribution and Diversity of Ant Species (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in and around Amravati City of Maharashtra, India. World Journal of Zoology, 2011; 6(4):395-400.

    A Book:

    Durbin R, Eddy SR, Krogh A, Mitchison G. Biological Sequence Analysis: Probabilistic Models of Proteins and Nucleic Acids. Cambridge University Press, 1999; pp: 356. A Chapter in a Book:

    Leach J. Impacts of the zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) on water quality and fish spawning reefs of Western Lake Erie. In Zebra mussels: biology, impacts and control, Eds.,Nalepa, T. and D. Schloesser. Ann Arbor, MI: Lewis Publishers, 1993; pp: 381-397.

    A Report:

    Makarewicz JC, Lewis T, Bertram P, Epilimnetic phytoplankton and zooplankton biomass and species composition in Lake Michigan, 1983-1992. U.S. EPA Great Lakes National Program, Chicago, IL. EPA 905-R-95-009,1995.

    Conference Proceedings:

    Tembhurne SD, Chavhan AB, Jadhao RG. Study of the Solid Waste Management of Yavatmal Municipal and Its Effect on Groundwater in Village Sawargadh District Yavatmal, Maharashtra. In the proceeding of national conference on “Recent Trends and Innovative Development in the Frontiers of Life Science”. 2012; Pp- 113-115. (ISBN-978-93-81733-04-2).

    A Thesis:

    Chavhan AB. Genetic polymorphism of Chemokine receptors in some tribes of Vidarbha, Maharashtra. Ph. D. Thesis, RTM University, Nagpur, M.S., India, 2012.

    Web references:

    As a minimum, the full URL should be given and the date when the reference was last accessed. Any further information, if known (DOI, author names, dates, reference to a source publication, etc.), should also be given. Web references can be listed separately (e.g., after the reference list) under a different heading if desired, or can be included in the reference list.

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