Al-Ameen Annual (ISSN: 2581-7078) is a peer reviewed Multidisciplinary research journal publishing research articles in all areas of knowledge.
Submission Procedure :-
A softcopy of the manuscript should be submitted in MS Word format via e-mail to email@example.com
The structure of the manuscript(s) should be as follows;
- Title of the paper
- Name of Author(s) and affiliations (with author(s) email and phone number)
- Abstract (Maximum 150 words)
- Keywords (Maximum five words)
- Introduction – including motivation, aims and overview
- Main body – explanation of methods, data used instrumentation, results and discussion etc.
- Acknowledgement (If any)
- Certified details of plagiarism
NB: Please submit the manuscript in word file
The text should be spaced 1.5 with 1 pt margins on all sides. Use single column layout with both left and right margin justified. The font should be in Times New Roman, 12 pt (main body). Titles should be in upper case letters, 14 point, bold and justified. The tables and figures mentioned in the text should appear near/after where they are referred in the text. Table/ Figures should be serially numbered and titled. Sources must be indicated at the bottom of every such table/figure. The article content should not exceed 5000 words.
References: References should be given at the end of the paper and the entries should be arranged alphabetically. The reference citation for any article follows APA’s standard reference style (for social sciences) or CSE’s Manual of Scientific style and format (for natural and physical sciences). Refer http://www.apastyle.org/ or http://www.scientificstyleandformat.org/for the style and formats.
Review Process: The research papers will be subjected to a peer review process by a panel of experts in the respective subject areas. This process may take 10-20 days and the communication regarding acceptance will be sent via e-mail to the corresponding author
Plagiarism: The manuscript should Checked for plagiarism. The papers should be submitted to plagiarism detection authorities. Paper with more than 30% of the content of another individual’s material should be treated as plagiarism.