CENTRAL COUNCIL FOR RESEARCH IN AYURVEDIC SCIENCES
Department of AYUSH, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
 

 

INFORMATION /GUIDELINES FOR THE AUTHORS/CONTRIBUTORS FOR JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN AYURVEDA AND SIDDHA
& JOURNAL OF DRUG RESEARCH IN AYURVEDA AND SIDDHA

Journal of Research in Ayurveda and Siddha (JRAS) is a peer reviewed journal devoted to various areas concerning original studies and Research related to Ayurveda and Siddha like Clinical Research, Fundamental Research, Review articles, Case reports, Short/rapid communications. Journal of Drug Research in Ayurveda and Siddha (JDRAS) is devoted to subjects like Folk claims, Survey, Pharmacognosy, Phyto-chemistry of Medicinal plants and books reviews.

Author’s responsibility:

The manuscripts in triplicate (One original + two photocopies) are accepted with the understanding that the same are submitted only to these Journals and have not been published /accepted for publication elsewhere. The document of consent available from the Chief Editor would have to be included with the manuscript duly signed by author(s) and must contain the statement that the manuscript has been seen and approved by me/us for submission to JRAS/JDRAS views expressed in the articles in interpreting conclusions from the data presented shall be the responsibility of the authors. The accuracy and completeness of the references is also the author’s responsibility.

Manuscripts / papers are to be divided into Abstract, Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results/Conclusions and Discussion, avoiding footnotes except where necessary should be submitted on Soft Copy (CD) using word processing software such as MS Word (Version 6 / onwards) and PDF files (Version 4/ onwards)} or as an E-mail attachment along with hard copies.

The main front page should have a brief and precise title (all capitals), the names and addresses of authors and institutions at which the work was carried out, present address of the author(s), as a footnote, if different from the affiliating institutions. In case of multiple authors, an asterisk (*) mark should be depicted as superscribed with the author to whom correspondence is to be made.

Abstract:

(About 150 words on the front page and key words) should be restricted to objectives of the study, summary of the important results and conclusions without general statements. It should be in such a form that standard abstracting periodicals like Excerpt a Medica could use it without much modification for information retrieval.

Introduction:

Brief mention must be made pertaining to previous work on the subject of the paper.

Materials and Methods:

Should include sources of special chemicals kits, animals, case material and all the protocols and actual methods employed to enable the other researchers to repeat/redo the experimental works if necessary. Analytical, therapeutic/surgical methods if not in common use require brief descriptions.

Results/Conclusions:

This section should have presentations in tables and illustrations beside text. The result should summarize only important observations based on own work rather than the observations of other workers. There should not be repetition in the text of all the data in the tables/graphs/illustrations.

Illustrations/Tables:

Three sets of illustration(s) are required to be submitted along with the manuscripts. Each table should be typed on a separate sheet (within 7½” x 4½” space) and given a number and a caption besides explaining in footnotes. Tables in the text should be in consecutive order. The same data should not normally be presented in both tabular and graphical format.

Photographs:

(4"x2" size) Should be of good quality and on glossy paper. Illustrations, line drawings and graphs should be drawn with India ink on thick white paper (preferably Bristol Board), cellophane sheet or tracing paper. They should not be pasted on papers. The numbers should be marked by an arrow. Legends should be typed on a separate sheet. Each should be brief but sufficiently descriptive to be complete by itself. The reverse side of each figure or table must have an erasable pencil notation that identifies the figure or table.

Discussion:

The section should emphasize the new and important aspects of the study and valid conclusions. Implications limitation of the findings if related to observations made in the study/experiment may be highlighted briefly.

Acknowledgment:

Which the authors wish to make may appear at the end of the paper and before the reference list/bibliography.

 


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