Author Guidelines


The author may submit an article through either online submission system provided by the respective journal's or forward as an e-mail ( attachment. An article submitted should be worthy and original contribution of the author and should have neither been published before nor be concurrently submitted to any other publications as to avoid repeated publication. The author will report about the status of the submitted article to the email provided during article submission.


The essential sections for articles published by crispus comprises title, author/s and affiliation, abstract, description, conclusion, acknowledgments, references. Although we have no restrictions on the length of article content, sometimes we request the author to shorten article content.


The title incredibly important for the article as it reflects the main idea of the article. Therefore, select a title that catches readers attention. The title should not be too short (too little information, no one will read further) or too long (lengthy titles will not be read completely, annoying to read).


Keywords are a tool to help indexers and search. Thus, an accurate list of keywords will help to increase the visibility of your article. The title should not contain words or terms used as a keyword. It is author responsibility to provide at least 4 keywords for the single article. The editor has authority to change keywords if they are not relevant. Avoid keywords that are only one word.

Authors and Affiliations

This section deals with author details includes (full name, affiliation, designation, department, university or organization, location). The submitting author (treat as corresponding author) must provide contact information for all of the co-authors (if any). The corresponding author should take the responsibility of notifying all co-authors about article related news. Authors should be listed according to their responsibilities and roles.


An article requires an abstract, which is a short summary of your work. It highlights your research purpose, the relevance or importance of your work, and the main outcomes. An abstract should be between 150 to 250 words. Exact word counts can vary from article to article. Abstract allow readers decide whether it is relevant to their purposes and whether they need to read the whole paper.


Authors has to describe detailed results from their original research. All findings are extensively discussed in this section and the discussion should be justified with their results.


An effective conclusion should provide closure for a paper. This section summarises your key finding. This shouldn’t be too long or repetitive.


If the article is accepted for publication, we request the author to provide high resolution, watermark-free figures. Figures that are submitted should be in either jpeg or png or jpg formats. It is mandatory for figure have caption that describes figure. Figures are copyright to the author under creative commons atrribution.

Conflict of Interest

Conflict of Interest will take into consideration when an article written by two or more authors. This section stipulates that authors don't have any issues amongst them to publish an article as open access.


The people who were involved in the article and without their passionate participation and valuable suggestions, the article could not have been successfully completed are listed in the Acknowledgments section.


References can be chosen from books, research papers, web pages. List your references in descending order starting with your most impressive or important reference. If Reference belongs to a website, the author must submit website URL.


Submission of a manuscript implies that the work prepared has not been published before any where and that it is not under consideration for publication elsewhere.

Last updated on: 15th,May 2018

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