Guidelines for Authors



Welcome to the Author Guidelines for IJRDT. Before submitting your manuscript, please ensure you have read and adhered to all the requirements outlined below:

Scope and Focus:

Submissions should align with the interdisciplinary ethos of IJRDT, spanning from natural sciences to humanities, technology to arts, and beyond. Ensure your work contributes meaningfully to your field and can appeal to a diverse academic audience.

Manuscript Originality:

All articles must represent original research, unpublished, and not under consideration elsewhere. Authors should attest to the originality of their submissions.

Manuscript Preparation:

Length: Articles typically range from [5,000 to 8,000] words, inclusive of references, tables, and figures.

Font: Times New Roman, 12-point.

Spacing: Double-spaced throughout.

File Format: Submit as Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx) files.

Manuscript Structure:

Your submission should be organized in the following sequence:

Title: Concise and descriptive.

Abstract: A succinct summary not exceeding 250 words.

Keywords: 4-6 terms.

Introduction: Contextualize the research.

Methodology: Detail the research methods.

Results: Present findings.

Discussion: Interpret the results.

Conclusion: Summarize the research's significance.

Acknowledgments (optional)


Manuscripts should employ the Vancouver citation style. Ensure accuracy in text citations and reference lists.

Language and Proofreading:

Manuscripts must be in clear academic English. Consider professional proofreading before submission to ensure clarity, grammar, and accuracy.


Embed tables and figures in the manuscript at appropriate points.

Use high-resolution images. Submit separate image files in .JPEG or .PNG format.

Provide concise captions.