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Invertis Journal of Science & Technology is published by INVERTIS UNIVERSITY. The journal will initially have four issues per year and include original full length papers, short communications of urgent interest as well as contemporary review articles. Some issues of the journal may be based on specific themes. The contributions must add to new knowledge or understanding of current topics of Science and Technology. Contributions will be refereed by members of Editorial Board and other experts. Requirement for acceptance include originality, breadth of scope, careful documentation of experimental results, analysis and clarity of presentation.

SUBMISSION OF MANUSCRIPT illustrations, appendices etc.

Manuscript should be in english with adequate

margin on all four sides. The manuscript must be complete in all respects including abstract,

Manuscript for consideration may be submitted as soft copy (MS Word) through email as an attachment or in CD form to the Chief Editor, Invertis Journal of Science & Technology, 60/10, Old Rajinder Nagar, New Delhi - 110060. The e-mail is The manuscript should neither have been already published nor be under consideration elsewhere.

PREPARATION OF MANUSCRIPT concise form as possible. following order:

Manuscript should be presented in as

Pages should be numbered consecutively and arranged in the

COVER SHEET - A cover sheet consisting of a short title; names, affiliation, full
address, mail ids and phone nos of all the authors.

TITLE - The title should be neither too brief/general nor unnecessarily long. It should
reflect the content of the paper so as to derive the maximum advantage in indexing.

ABSTRACT - The abstract, usually not exceeding 200 words, should indicate the scope
and significant content of the paper, highlighting the principal findings and conclusions. It should be in such a form that abstracting periodicals can use it without modification. The abstract must be followed by keywords relevant for the manuscript.

INTRODUCTION - Long and elaborate introduction should be avoided. It should be

brief and state the exact scope of the study in relation to the present status of knowledge in the field.

FIGUERS - Figures should be numbered consecutively with Arabic numerals in order of

mention in the text; each figure should have a descriptive legend. Legends should be presented separately, double-spaced like the text.

MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSIONS - Wherever possible, mathematical expressions

should be typewritten, with subscripts and superscripts clearly shown. It is helpful to identify unusual or ambiguous symbols in the margin when they first occur. To simplify typesetting, please use the exp form of complex exponential function and use fractional exponents instead of root signs. Equations must be displayed exactly as they should appear in print and numbered in parentheses placed at the right margin. Reference to equations in the text should use the form Eq. (5).

TABLES - Tables should be typed on separate sheets, numbered consecutively with

Arabic numerals, and have a short descriptive caption at the top. Extensive and/or complex tables must be typed carefully in the exact format desired. Computer printouts will normally be reproduced as illustrations. Tables should be placed together at the end of the manuscript.

REFERENCES - Number references in the order in which they are cited in the text.
Use Arabic numbers with square parentheses. Cite works in the reference list at the end according to the examples below. Abbreviations for the titles of journals should follow the system used by Chemical Abstract. 1. 2. W.F. Bruce and , L.F. Fieser, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 60 (1938) 1017. J.B. Birks, Photophysics of Aromatic Molecules, Wiley Interscience, New York (1970) 225.


C.R. Tilford, New Developments in Barometric Range Pressure Standards, Proceedings of NCSL Symp., Washington D C, (1988) 35.135.15.


G. Klingenberg and H. Bauer, Final Report-CCM.V-K1 Metrologia 41 (Techn. Suppl) 2004.

The editors and publisher of Invertis Journal of Science & Technology are not in anyway responsible for the views expressed by the authors. The material published in IJST should not be reproduced or reprinted in any form, without the prior written permission from the Editor/Publisher.