Manuscript Title

Manuscript Title

  The title of your manuscript is usually the first introduction to the readers and reviewers of your research work. That is why, you must have to select a title that grabs attention, accurately describes the contents of your manuscript, and makes people want to read it further. An effective title conveys the main topic of the study.


  > Should be written in sentence case [capitalize only the first word of the title, the first word of the subtitle (if present), and any proper nouns and genus names].

> No need to write word such as “Clinical Trial, Meta-Analysis, Mini-review”. These words will be present in the right upper corner of the first page of the published article.

> Should not be more than 150 characters

> Do not use abbreviations.

> Botanical name must be italicisized. The first word will be Capitalized. The second word will be a small letter.

> Should be bold, font “Book Antiqua”, font size 14 and 1.5 spaced.

> Article title should not end with a period. A colon (:) must be used before starting the subtitle. 

> Avoid the use of bracket symbols ( ), [ ], { } within the title.

> In the case of animal study, name of the animal must be included.

Full title

Length Guidelines Example
150 characters Specific, concise, descriptive, and comprehensible to readers outside the field Antimicrobial activities of Allium staticiforme and Allium subhirsutum