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Author Guidelines

  1. Title of the article should be short, specific, phrased to identify the content and indicate the nature of study.
  2. Names should be in capitals prefixed with initials and separated by commas. For more than two authors the names should be followed by ‘and’ in small letters before the end of last name.  Full address of the place of research in small letters should be typed below the names. Present address and E-mail ID of the author may be given as foot note.
  3. Manuscript should be written in English; spelling and grammar must be checked well. Author may get help using Microsoft Office Tools. Author must ensure that manuscript has not been submitted in any journal. Manuscripts should be type written in 12 size Times New Roman font with normal margins (1’’ at top, bottom, left and right) and line spacing of 1.5  throughout.
  4. The full length paper should have the titles ABSTRACT, KEYWORDS, MATERIAL  AND  METHODS, RESULTS AND DISCUSSION, CONCLUSION, REFERENCES - all typed in capitals and bold  font - 12.  The Research Note will have only one title REFERENCES.
  • E-mail ID will be followed by Abstract which will be followed by Keywords (indexing terms)  maximum up to a 8 words in lower case only
  • e.g. Keywords : Genetic variability, disease resistance, high yielding variety (without a full stop at the end)
  1. ABSTRACT:  The content should include the year, purpose, methodology and salient findings of the study not exceeding 250 words and not below the 200 words (within 200-220).  It should be so organised that the reader need not refer to the article except for details.
  2. INTRODUCTION : Should be without title and indicate the reasons which prompted the research, objectives and the likely implications.  The review of recent literature should be pertinent to the problem.  The content must be brief and precise.
  3. MATERIAL AND METHODS : Should include very clearly the experimental techniques and the statistical methods adopted.  Citation of standard work is sufficient for the well known methods.
  4. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION : Great care should be taken to highlight the important findings with support of the data well distinguished by statistical measures like CD, r, Z test etc. Too descriptive explanation for the whole data is not desirable.  The treatments should be briefly expressed instead of abbreviations like T1, T 2 etc.  The discussion should be crisp and relate to the limitations or advantages of the findings in comparison with the work of others.


The data in tables should not be duplicated in graphs and vice versa. Mean data for main treatment effects should be presented with appropriate SE± and CD values wherever necessary. The 2 or 3 way tables should be furnished only if the results are consistent over years and are distinguished to have consideration of significant practical value. SE± and CD values however, should be furnished in the tables for all     interactions and should be explained in the results and discussion. The treatments should be mentioned at least in short forms if they are lengthy, but not abbreviated as T1, T2 and T3 etc. The weights and measures should be given in the metric system following the latest units eg. kg ha–1, kg ha–1 cm, mg g–1, ds m–1, g m-3, C mol kg–1 etc.

  •  Figure/bar diagram/artwork with caption. Tables must be numbered in the run of the text. Text should include references to all tables
  • Figures / values in the column of the table should be uniform regarding the number of digits after decimal point. One can show either one or two digits after decimal point depending on the types of data or values, e.g. (100.0), (0.0), (3.1) or (100.00) (0.00) (3.19)
  • Graph/bar diagram/artwork/figure
  • All graphs or diagrams should have clarity to represent the values and should be well explained
  • Avoid shading for better quality printing. Lines or bars of black and white only be preferred
  • All Graphs/Bar Diagrams/Art Works/Figures should be presented in the run of the text
  • In case of lack of knowledge or inability to follow the instructions as above, one may request Editor for further help after sending original excel data sheet
  1. CONCLUSION: Should be precise, focused to the objective not exceeding 100 words.
  2. REFERENCES : Literature cited should be latest.  References dating back to more than 10 years are not desirable.  Names of authors, their spelling and year of publication should coincide both in the text and references.  The following examples should be followed while listing the references from different sources.  List of references should be arranged alphabetically by authors’ names, and chronologically per author.

Journals and Bulletins

Abdul Salam, M and Mazrooe, S.A. 2007.Water requirement of maize (Zea mays L.) as influenced by planting dates in Kuwait. Journal of Agro meteorology. 9 (1) : 34-41 Hu, J., Yue, B and Vick, B.A. 2007.

Integration of trap makers onto a sunflower SSR marker linkage map constructed from 92 recombinant inbred lines. Helia. 30 (46) :25-36.


AOAC. 1990. Official methods of analysis. Association of official analytical chemists.15th Ed. Washington DC. USA. pp. 256

Federer, W.T. 1993. Statistical design and analysis for intercropping experiments. Volume I: two crops. Springer - Verlag, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA. pp. 298-305


Rajendra Prasad, K. 2017. Genetic Analysis of yield and yield component in hybrid Rice (Oryza sativa. L.). Ph.D Thesis submitted to Professor Jayashankar Telangana State Agricultural University Hyderabad.

Seminars / Symposia / Workshops

Naveen Kumar, P.G and Shaik Mohammad 2007. Farming Systems approach - A way towards organic farming. Paper presented at the National symposium on integrated farming systems and its role towards livelihood improvement. Jaipur, 26 - 28 October 2007. pp.43-46

Proceedings of Seminars / Symposia

Bind, M and Howden, M. 2004. Challenges and opportunities for cropping systems in a changing climate. Proceedings of International crop science congress. Brisbane - Australia. 26 September-1 October 2004. pp. 52-54 (www.cropscience 03-11-2004)

Typing     :      The article should be typed in 12 pt font on A4 size paper leaving a margin of 2 cm on all sides.  There should be a single line space between the rows in abstract and double line in rest.  Verify  the manuscript thoroughly for errors before submitting it for publication.

Note     :   Latest issue of the Journal may be referred.  Further details can be obtained from the book “Editors style Manual, edn 4.  American Institute of Biological Sciences, Washington DC”.


            The articles will be initially screened by the editor. It will be sent to an expert for peer review only if it contains adequate original information and is prepared as per the guidelines. The author, then, may also be asked to revise it if the expert desires. After getting the article suitably revised and edited, it will be placed before the editor for a final decision. The accepted article will be finally checked for language and grammar by the english editor before being sent to the press. The decision however to publish the paper lies with the editor. Any article which is not able to meet the expected standards or  is not prepared in conformity with guidelines will be rejected without assigning any reason.   



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Essential Requirements for consideration of publication

  1. Research of not less than of 2 years and of high standard will be considered as Research Article. If the research is not up to the standards it may be considered for Research Note.
  2. M.Sc. Research should be submitted in the style and format of Research Note.
  3. The total number of pages should not exceed 10 for Research Article and 5 pages for Research Note including tables and figures. The figures should be legible.
  4. Prior research of more than 5 years before the date of submission will not be considered.
  5. All the authors should subscribe for the Journal, otherwise articles are not considered for publication.
  6. The manuscript should be submitted as per the guidelines of the Journal to the Managing Editor, Journal of Research, PJTSAU, AI&CC and PJTSAU Press, ARI Campus, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad - 500 030.
  7. The manuscript should accompany the declaration certificate and subscription enrollment form.
  8. The authors should accept the editorial / referees comments until the quality of the article is improved.
  9. The revised manuscript should be submitted in duplicate along with a soft copy.
  10. DD may be drawn in favour of “Principal Agricultural Information Officer, AI&CC and PJTSAU Press” Payable at Hyderabad.

Submission Preparation Checklist

All submissions must meet the following requirements.

  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  • The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word document file format.
  • Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  • The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.
  • If submitting to a peer-reviewed section of the journal, the instructions in Ensuring a Blind Review have been followed.

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