Author Guidelines

Thank you for considering submitting your manuscript to our journal. To ensure a smooth submission process, please carefully follow the author guidelines outlined below:

  1. Manuscript Preparation:

- Prepare your manuscript in a standard word processing format (e.g., Microsoft Word).

- Use a clear and readable font (we suggest Arial font) with a font size of 12 points.

- Maintain double-spacing throughout the document, including the main text, references, and figure captions.

- Number all pages consecutively.

  1. Title and Abstract:

- Provide a concise and informative title that accurately represents the content of the manuscript.

- Include an abstract of no more than 250 words that summarizes the main objectives, methodology, results, and conclusions of your study.

- Include 3-6 relevant keywords or phrases that reflect the main topics or themes of your manuscript.

  1. Authorship and Affiliations:

- Clearly list all authors' names, affiliations, and email addresses. Indicate the corresponding author with an asterisk (*) and provide their contact details.

- Include a brief author biography (50-100 words) for each author, highlighting their qualifications, areas of expertise, and any relevant publications.

       4.    Introduction:

- Provide a clear and concise introduction that outlines the background, purpose, and objectives of the study.

- Clearly state the research question(s) or hypothesis(es) being addressed.

        5.    Methodology:

- Describe the research design, data collection methods, and analytical techniques employed in your study.

- Provide sufficient details to enable replication of the study if applicable.

- Include any ethical considerations and approval obtained for conducting the research involving human subjects or sensitive data.

        6.     Results and Discussion:

- Present your results in a logical and organized manner, using tables, figures, and graphs as appropriate.

- Analyze and interpret the findings, comparing them with existing literature or theoretical frameworks.

- Discuss the implications, limitations, and potential future research directions related to your study.

        7.  Conclusion:

- Summarize the main findings of your study and their significance.

- Clearly state the conclusions derived from the results and their implications for the field.

- Avoid introducing new information or ideas in the conclusion section.

         8.  References:

- Cite all sources used in your manuscript accurately and consistently following a recognized citation style (e.g., APA) by using Reference Management (such as Mendeley)

- Include a complete reference list at the end of the manuscript in alphabetical order.

       9.   Supplementary Materials:

- If applicable, provide any supplementary materials, such as datasets, surveys, or multimedia files, that support your findings. Clearly indicate their relevance and how they enhance the understanding of the manuscript.

      10.  Submission Process:

- Register or log in to the OJS 3.0 platform of our journal.

- Follow the instructions for manuscript submission and provide all the required information, including metadata, abstract, keywords, and author details. The author may also use the manuscript templates attached.

- Upload your manuscript file in the designated format (e.g., Word document).

- Review and confirm the accuracy of all submitted information before finalizing the submission.

If you have any questions or encounter technical issues during the submission process, please contact our editorial office for assistance ( We appreciate your contribution to our journal and look forward to reviewing your manuscript.

The average number of weeks between article submission and publication in the JINTAN can vary depending on various factors. These factors may include the complexity of the research, the number of revisions required, the availability of reviewers, and the overall publication schedule of the journal. While it is difficult to provide an exact average timeframe without specific data, we can provide a general estimate based on common practices in academic publishing.

On average, the publication process in scholarly journals, including JINTAN, can take several months. From the time of initial submission, it typically takes a few weeks for the editorial office to conduct an initial screening, desk review, and check for adherence to journal guidelines. After this, the manuscript undergoes a peer review process, which can take several weeks to complete, depending on the availability and responsiveness of the reviewers.

Once the reviews are received, the authors are given an opportunity to revise the manuscript based on the feedback provided. The time taken for revisions varies depending on the extent of revisions required and the authors' response time. After the revised manuscript is submitted, it undergoes further editorial and production processes, including copyediting, typesetting, and proofreading.

Considering these various stages, it is reasonable to expect that the entire process from article submission to publication in JINTAN can range from several months to a year. However, it's important to note that this is a general estimation, and the actual duration may vary based on the specific circumstances and workflow of the journal.