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Verizona Group provides the rapid publication of articles in all areas related to its journals. The content submitted to Verizona Group enjoy more visibility and are peer reviewed too. Verizona Group welcomes the submission of manuscripts that meet the general criteria of significance and scientific excellence. Papers will be published under strict norms of plagiarism policy. The content submitted by authors should be distinctive, original and also the presentation should be of potential interest to the readers.


Submission of manuscripts should be done by one of the authors of the manuscript through online or can be directly mail to respective journals. The submitting author takes responsibility for the paper during submission and peer review. The author should submit the paper on the understanding that the manuscript is not under consideration or published in any other publishing group. While submitting the manuscript the author should provide the cover letter to avoid any conflicts between author and publishing group.

Points to be considered while submitting the manuscript:

  1. Title and Author details:
  2. a.Paper Title: The title of the manuscript should be concise yet descriptive. It (in conjunction with the abstract) should make electronic retrieval of the article sensitive and specific.

    b.The title page should provide the corresponding author’s telephone number, fax number and e-mail address. Each author's highest academic degrees, name of the department(s)/ /institution(s)/organizations where they work should be listed.

  3. Abstract:
  4. The abstract should be self-contained and citation-free. It should be structured properly and should describe the context/background for the research conducted. Authors need to ensure that there is no disparity between the content of the abstract and the main article as the abstract of the articles will be indexed in many online repositories. If any clinical trial has been conducted then the clinical trial registration number should be provided; so that it can be listed at the end of the abstract.

  5. Keyword:
  6. Keywords which emphasize the significance of study need to be mentioned. (Note: If possible the author can provide 20-30 keywords which will not be included in the manuscript; they will be used to increase the citation of manuscript in search engines.)

  7. Abbreviations:
  8. Only standard abbreviations are allowed.

  9. Units of Measurements:
  10. Units of measurements should be presented in a simple and concise manner using System International (SI) units.

  11. Introduction:
  12. Introduction should provide the context of the study. It should clearly state the purpose/objective of the research work/study. Utmost care should be taken to avoid the results data or conclusions from the work being reported.

  13. Methods:
  14. The methods section should include the protocol of the study, the experimental design, the techniques used, specific materials and instruments required for the purpose of the study. Proper citation should be provided for the appropriate parameters used during the study.

  15. Results:
  16. Results should be given in logical sequence in the text, tables, and figures. All the data obtained during the study should be provided in a concise way so that the reader will find it easy.

  17. Discussions:
  18. This section should aim at providing the conclusions from the study; and interpret the data generated from the study to derive these conclusions. The data from the other part of the manuscript like Introduction/Results section should not be repeated in detail. This section should aim at emphasizing how your work is innovative and how it can be relevant for future advancement and research in the concerned field.

  19. Conclusion:
  20. This section should explain the main cause of the work highlighting its importance and relevance.

  21. Acknowledgement:
  22. Authors need to provide the funding details and the grant numbers (if any). They might acknowledge their supported work.

  23. References:
  24. Authors are responsible for ensuring that the information in each reference is complete and accurate. All references should follow Vancouver reference style i.e., the references should be numbered consecutively and citations of references in text should be identified using numbers in square brackets (e.g., “as discussed by John [12]”; “as discussed elsewhere [15, 20]”). All references should be cited within the text; otherwise, those references will be automatically removed.

  25. Tables:
  26. Tables should have a short descriptive title, should be numbered in Arabic numerals, and cited in the text. Symbols and abbreviations represented in the table should be explained in footnotes, below the table.

  27. Figures:
  28. A suitable title and short explanation should be provided in figure legends. Figures should be numbered in Arabic numerals and cited in the text. Good quality (minimum 92 DPI) image should be provided.

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