Manuscript Guidelines

Helics Group publishes various Types of manuscripts and follows a format for the manuscripts to be published.


Types of manuscripts: 

Research Article: A research article intellects the outcomes of original research, assesses its involvement to the body of knowledge in a given area and is published in a peer-reviewed scholarly Journal.

Features of Research article:

  1. Title
  2. Abstract
  3. Keywords
  4. Abbreviations
  5. Introduction
  6. Methods
  7. Results
  8. Discussion
  9. Citations or References
  10. About the Author

 

Review Article: A review article is a manuscript that covers the summary of scholarly research on certain research topics. It can be regarded as a swift or evaluation of someone else’s script and are mostly written for articles of professionals to give a precise synopsis of their work along with the objective to give a better understanding of a specific topic.

Features of Review Article: 

  1. Title page
  2. Abstract
  3. Keywords
  4. Abbreviations
  5. Introduction
  6. Materials and Methods
  7. Results
  8. Discussion
  9. Conclusions
  10. Acknowledgements
  11. References

 

Mini Review: A Mini Review article provides a brief, focused review of the literature into the current interest in the scientific community and is the fastest way to get up to speed on a particular topic that is making news.

Features of Mini Review: 

  1. Title page
  2. Abstract
  3. Keywords
  4. Main text
  5. Conclusions
  6. Declarations
  7. References

 

Short communication: A Short Communication is projected for the presentation of brief observations that do not warrant a full-length paper and it should be concise in 10 double lined standard pages including illustrative material

Features of Short Communication:

  1. Title
  2. Abstract
  3. Keywords
  4. Literature (and references)
  5. Processing


Case Report: A Case Report is a comprehensive report of the symptoms, signs, diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up of a patient and contain a demographic profile of the patient but usually describes an unusual or novel occurrence.

Features of Case Report: 

  1. Abstract/Summary
  2. Case Presentation
  3. Differential Diagnosis
  4. Pathophysiology
  5. Treatment/Patient Management
  6. Discussion
  7. Conclusion


Opinion: It’s an article written to prompt one’s opinion on an issue. It is different from an articlewhich deals with issues being reported and is written in one’s own opinion.

 

Letter to Editor: It can be written on the basis of any comment/criticism/evaluation for an article published in any of the journals belonging to the Helics group.

 

Editorial: It can be the summarization of an editor’s view on the current volume/issue/articles of the particular journal and can be submitted by those editors who are on the editorial board of Helics Group, or by guest authors/editors.

 

 

Article Format

Maximum

Word Limit

Figure/

Table Limit

Reference limit

 

Abstract

Research Article

No word limit but should not exceed more than 25-30 pages

No limit for  figures and tables

No limit

Required

Review Article

No word limit but should not exceed more than 25 - 30 pages

No limit for figures and tables

No limit

Required

Mini Review Article

1500 - 2000

3-6

20-25

Required

Short Communication

1000 - 1500

2-4

20-25

Required

Case Report

2000 - 2500

-

25-30

Required

Opinion

1000

2

10

Not Required

Letter to Editor

1000

-

10

Not Required