Information for Authors

Read the below instructions carefully to prepare your manuscript for submission.

The manuscripts may include diverse aspects and distinct methodologies. Our motive is to assure the distribution of innovative developments and thought provoking research to the scientific community and to a diversity of learning. The essential criteria in the selection process are mainly engrossed on the benefaction to the area of learning, development of human kind and interventions.

How to Submit Manuscript?

Before submitting the manuscript, read the instructions carefully. Submit the manuscript online via or email to

Editorial policy

Any manuscript submitted to Stechnolock must be genuine study and the manuscript, or substantial parts of it, should not be under consideration at any other journal except as a lecture at any conference, or in the form of an abstract.

The consent of the authors and related authorities in the institution where the work is carried out must be required.

Authors are recommended to produce all the relevant experimental evidence and ethical approvals, so that article gives complete information.

Author charges

Stechnolock levies an article-processing charge of $1950 USD for each publication once the article is accepted for publication as a support for the journal maintenance and our service.
However, authors can opt for discounts if needed by participating in our author-publisher mutual benefit agreement (i.e., Mutual Agreement for Stechnolock Services)

Preparation of manuscript

Authors are requested to submit their manuscripts according to the following pattern to ensure you smooth and quick publication. You can make use of this list to carry out a final check of your submission before you send it to the journal for review.

  • Title

    Title must be brief but comprehensive, avoid using abbreviations and formulae.

  • Author(s) and affiliations

    Clearly indicate the accurately spelled name(s) of each author and their affiliations below the names. Provide the institutional address of each affiliation, including the country name and the e-mail address of each author. In case of Corresponding author provide us an email address and corresponding address that are kept up to date for convince of correspondence at all stages of refereeing and publication, also post-publication.

  • Abstract

    A comprehensive and authenticate abstract is required (maximum 200 words). An abstract gives the reader the brief information about the article, even before giving a read to the whole article so it should round up the purpose of the research, the principal results and major conclusions effectively. Consider to avoid References, and minimizing the use of non-standard abbreviations in the abstract. (If that is unavoidable define it before using the abbreviation directly in the text).

  • Keywords

    Provide a maximum of 5 relevant keywords barring un-common abbreviations. Carefully select the keywords as those words will be used for indexing purposes.

  • Abbreviations

    Provide the list of abbreviations used along with expanded forms. Make sure to maintain the consistency of abbreviations throughout the article.

  • Introduction

    The Introduction should impart the relevant information and objectives to support the importance of the research carried out.

  • Materials and Methods or Experimental Procedures

    It is necessary to report the details about the materials and methods or experimental procedures followed during the research for the comprehension of the readers. So, authors are recommended to provide the methodology in detail and the type of the statistical analysis if used.

  • Results

    Results include the outcomes of the study. These should be reported in a brief manner. If required, Tables and figures can be included (for statistical analysis).

  • Discussion

    This section interprets the importance of the outcomes in the research; avoid repeating the same and using extensive citations. Authors can combine the results and discussion if necessary but it should be clear and concise. Here, authors can emphasize on the drawbacks of the study.

  • Conclusion

    The conclusions of the study are presented in the end of the article it must include synopsis and potential implications).

  • Acknowledgments

    Gather acknowledgements including the list of individuals who aided during the research at the end of the article in a separate section before the references.

  • Reference

    Authors should take proper measures for the accuracy of cited references and should be carefully examined before submission.

  • Results

    Results include the outcomes of the study. These should be reported in a brief manner. If required, Tables and figures can be included (for statistical analysis).

  • Citing in the text

    Assigning reference numbers starts in the introduction make sure the parts of the manuscript are in the correct order for the relevant journal before ordering the citations.

    Reference numbers must be added sequentially as they appear in the text, preferably at the end of the sentence in square brackets, for example [6]. Where more the one reference is cited for a statement then both the numbers must be separated by a comma (,) for example [1, 9, 16]. If consequent number series are cited, the numbers are separated by hyphen, for example [20-25].

  • Preparing the reference list

    References must be arranged consecutively in numerical order of their citation in the text. Only papers published or in press should be provided under references list whereas unpublished or personal communications must be mentioned in parentheses in the text.

    Stechnolock's reference style is as shown. Please ensure that the reference style is followed accurately.

  • For citing published papers

    5 et al.) (Year)Title.Journal nameVolume number page numberdoi

  • For citing books

    Authors name (year) book name (edition), publishers name, country.

  • For citing conference

    Authors (>5 et al.) (Year) Title. conference name.

  • Figures

    Figures should be submitted as separate files and numbered in the order they are first mentioned in the text, and uploaded in this order. Use Arabic numerals to designate figures for e.g., (Figure 1). Figures must be submitted as separate files in NG, TIFF and JPEG format. A minimum resolution of 300 dpi is required. In case of Line Art resolution should be 800 dpi, for Combination (Line Art+Halftone) it is 600 dpi. The image must be closely cropped without missing the clarity of the image. At the time of the submission ensure that the figures or images are designated properly and in right orientation.

  • Tables

    Tables should be numbered and cited using Arabic numerals (For e.g., Table 1). Unlike images/figures tables can be embedded in the main manuscript in word format where the table is cited. Tables should not contain unambiguous data and must not be replicated in text or figures. If any table of large size is submitted then it will be published as supplementary information.

  • Equations

    Use Math lab to create professional quality equations. Every equation used should be number sequentially throughout the manuscript, Italicize all variables both in the equation and when referred in the text. Define all variables in the equation immediately after the equation is presented in the text.

  • Supplementary information

    Supplementary material such as, images, sound clips and related data that is not embedded in the main text but can enhance quality of the article can be published with your article.