Author Guidelines

1. Introduction
Sryahwa Publications is committed to publishing high-quality research and promoting scientific progress. Our goal is to provide a platform for authors to disseminate their research and reach a broad audience. In order to ensure that our journal standards are upheld, we have established a set of guidelines for authors to follow. These guidelines are designed to help authors prepare their manuscripts for submission and to ensure that the review and publication process is as smooth as possible.
2. Article Types
We are committed to publishing quality articles and request authors to submit articles that fit into one of the following categories, based on the subject category of the journal: Medical and Healthcare, Biological Science, Business and Economics, Physical Science, Social Sciences and Humanities, Engineering and Technology, etc.
2.1 Research Articles
These articles should contain new findings or innovations in the topic of research. The article should be no longer than 5000 words, excluding references, and should include the following elements: Article title, Author affiliations, Corresponding author details, Abstract, Keywords, Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results and Discussion, Conclusion, and References.
2.2 Review Articles
Review articles should summarize existing research in the topic. The article should be no longer than 5000 words, excluding references, and should include the following elements: Article title, Author affiliations, Corresponding author details, Abstract, Keywords, Introduction, Materials and Methods, Discussion, Conclusion, and References.
2.3 Case Reports
Case reports contain a medical profile of the patient and are meant to share an unusual or novel occurrence for medical, scientific, or educational purposes. The article should be no longer than 2000 words, excluding references, and should include the following elements: Title, Author affiliations, Corresponding author details, Abstract, Keywords, Case Presentation, Discussion/Conclusion, and References.
2.4 Short Communication
Short communications should present new and important findings in a brief form. They should be no longer than 2000 words and should include the following elements: Article title, Author affiliations, Corresponding author details, Abstract, Keywords, Introduction, Discussion, and References.
2.5 Editorials
Editorial articles should be written on a theme relevant to the journal and should be no longer than 1200 words, excluding references. These articles should include the following elements: Title, Author affiliations, Corresponding author details, description, and References.
2.6 Letter to the Editor
Letters to the editor should be sent to the publication about issues of concern from its readers and are often written in response to original research papers. These letters should be no longer than 1500 words and should include the following elements: Title, Author affiliations, Corresponding author details, Description, and References.
3. Manuscript Preparation Guidelines
Sryahwa Publications welcomes the submission of Research Articles, Review Articles, Case Reports, Short Communication, Editorials, and Letter to the Editor. All articles must adhere to the following guidelines to ensure that they are clear, concise, and suitable for publication.
•    Manuscripts should be submitted in Microsoft Word format.
•    The text should be double-spaced with 12-point font and 1-inch margins on all sides.
•    Use a clear and concise font, such as Times New Roman or Arial.
Title page:
Include a separate title page with the following information:
•    The title of the manuscript
•    The names and affiliations of all authors
•    A running head or short title of no more than 50 characters
•    The name, address, and email of the corresponding author
•    Any acknowledgements and funding information
•    A concise and informative abstract of no more than 250 words should be included at the beginning of the manuscript.
•    The abstract should provide a clear summary of the research and its results, highlighting the significance and implications of the work.
•    Keywords: Include a list of 3 to 5 keywords or phrases that describe the content of the manuscript.
•    The introduction should provide a clear and concise background to the research, including the research question, hypotheses, and objectives.
Materials and Methods:
•    The materials and methods section should describe in detail the methods used in the research, including any experimental designs and statistical methods.
•    Methods should be described clearly enough for others to replicate the research.
•    The results section should present the results of the research in a clear and concise manner, using tables and figures where appropriate.
•    Results should be presented in a logical order, with emphasis placed on their significance.
•    The discussion should interpret the results of the research, drawing conclusions and placing the results in the context of the wider literature.
•    The discussion should also highlight the implications of the results and suggest avenues for future research.
•    A clear and concise conclusion should be included, summarizing the main findings of the research and their implications.
•    A list of references should be included at the end of the manuscript, formatted according to a standard referencing style (e.g., APA, MLA, Chicago, Vancouver, Harvard).
•    All sources cited in the text must be included in the reference list, and all sources in the reference list must be cited in the text.
Please be advised that failure to follow a consistent and accurate referencing style can result in publication delays or rejection of the manuscript. It is the responsibility of the authors to familiarize themselves with the referencing style guidelines before submitting their manuscript.
Figures and Tables:
•    Figures and tables should be high-quality and labeled clearly.
•    Figures and tables should be placed in the manuscript where they are first mentioned in the text.
Supplementary Materials:
•    Any supplementary materials (e.g., additional data, videos, images) should be submitted as separate files and referred to in the manuscript where appropriate.
•    All studies involving human or animal subjects must have been approved by an appropriate ethics committee, and the details of this approval should be included in the manuscript. 
By adhering to these general manuscript preparation guidelines, authors can help ensure that their manuscripts are suitable for publication in Sryahwa Publications.
Note: The above guidelines are general and may vary depending on the type of article submitted.
4. Submission and Review Process
The authors can submit their manuscript to the concerned journal's official email displayed on the journal's website or submit it via the Submit Manuscript Form. The manuscript should be prepared in accordance with the 3. Manuscript Preparation Guidelines.
Once the manuscript is received, it will undergo a preliminary review by the editorial team to ensure that it meets the basic submission requirements and standards of the journal. If the manuscript is deemed suitable for further consideration, it will then be sent out for a peer review by independent experts in the field. The peer review process can take several weeks, and the authors will be notified of the outcome of the review.
Accepted manuscripts will then be subject to a final editing process and proofreading by the editorial team before being published in the journal. The authors are responsible for ensuring that the final version of their manuscript is accurate and error-free.
Please note that authors are required to send a written confirmation that the submitted manuscript is original, has not been published elsewhere, and does not infringe on any copyright or intellectual property rights. The authors should also confirm that they have obtained the necessary permissions for any copyrighted material included in their manuscript. 
Open Access Policy:
All articles published by Sryahwa Publications are made available under the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0, which allows for unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction of the article, as long as the original work is properly cited. This license formalizes the terms and conditions for publishing articles with Sryahwa Publications.
Copyright Policy:
Authors retain the copyright of their articles upon publication with Sryahwa Publications. By publishing with us, authors grant us a license to publish the article and identify us as the original publisher.
Withdrawal Policy:
Sryahwa Publications recognizes that authors may sometimes need to withdraw their article from publication for various reasons. In such cases, we have a clear and fair withdrawal policy in place to ensure a smooth and transparent process.
•    Timing: Authors may request to withdraw their article at any time before the review process is completed. However, once the review process is completed and the article has been accepted for publication or has been published, it cannot be withdrawn.
•    Process: To request a withdrawal, authors must send an email to the concerned journal's official email displayed on the journal's website. The email must include the reason for the withdrawal request, the corresponding author's full name, and contact information.
•    Evaluation: The editorial team will evaluate each withdrawal request on a case-by-case basis and will inform the authors of their decision in a timely manner.
Please note that Sryahwa Publications reserves the right to reject withdrawal requests that are deemed unreasonable or inappropriate.
For further information on our withdrawal policy or other publication-related matters, authors can contact the concerned journal's official email displayed on the journal's website.
5. Article Processing Charges (APC)
An article processing charge (APC) is a fee that is charged to authors, or their institutions or funders, to cover the costs of publishing an article in an open access journal. Sryahwa Publications requires authors to pay an APC for the publication of their articles. The APC covers the costs of peer-review, editing, publishing, maintaining and archiving, and providing online access to the articles. The amount of the Article Processing Charge (APC) may vary between journals and is specific to each journal. The APC for each journal is clearly stated on the journal's website. The APC should be paid in full before the article is published.
Refund Policy:
Sryahwa Publications has a clear policy regarding refunds for Article Processing Charges (APC). Once an article has been accepted and published, the APC paid by the author cannot be refunded. This means that once the payment has been made and the article has been made available to the public, the author will not be able to receive a refund for the APC.
Waiver Policy:
Sryahwa Publications understands that not all authors have the financial resources to pay the article processing charge (APC) and therefore have a transparent waiver policy in place. The policy is designed to support authors who are unable to meet the costs of publishing open access. The publisher will consider waivers and discounts on a case-by-case basis for authors from low-income countries as defined by the World Bank and for those who have completed their research without any external financial support. The goal is to ensure that the APC will never be a barrier to publishing and that authors can publish in any open access journal, regardless of their economic status. For more information, authors can contact the journal's official email displayed on the journal's website.
6. Ethical Considerations and Malpractice Statement
Sryahwa Publications is committed to upholding the highest standards of ethical behavior and professionalism in all aspects of publishing. Authors submitting their manuscript to Sryahwa Publications are expected to adhere to the ethical principles of research and publication, including but not limited to:
•    Originality: The work submitted must be original, and the authors must ensure that they have properly cited all sources of information. Plagiarism and self-plagiarism are not tolerated.
•    Confidentiality: Authors must maintain the confidentiality of their work and the work of others during the submission and review process.
•    Conflict of Interest: Authors must disclose any conflicts of interest that may affect the interpretation or presentation of their work.
•    Data fabrication and falsification: Data fabrication and falsification are considered serious offenses and are not tolerated.
Sryahwa Publications takes any alleged breach of ethical principles very seriously and will investigate any complaints received. If a breach of ethical principles is found to have occurred, Sryahwa Publications reserves the right to take appropriate action, including but not limited to, rejecting the manuscript, retracting the published article, and reporting the breach to relevant organizations.
The authors are responsible for ensuring that the research they submit to Sryahwa Publications is ethical, original, and in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. Any work that involves human subjects or animals must have been approved by the appropriate ethical review board, and this approval must be indicated in the manuscript. The authors should also be prepared to provide evidence of the originality of their work and the validity of the data they have presented, if requested.
7. Proofreading and Final Submission
Once the manuscript has been reviewed and revised as necessary, authors are responsible for thoroughly proofreading their manuscript. This includes checking for typos, grammar errors, and ensuring that all references, figures, and tables are correctly formatted and labeled.
Upon acceptance of the manuscript, authors will be required to provide the final, camera-ready version of the manuscript in a specified format. Authors are also required to provide any necessary high-resolution images, graphics, and figures that will be used in the publication.
By submitting a manuscript to Sryahwa Publications, authors confirm that the work is original and has not been published elsewhere. Authors also confirm that they have obtained the necessary permissions to use any previously published material included in the manuscript.
Sryahwa Publications reserves the right to make any necessary modifications to the manuscript to ensure that it meets the journal's standards for publication.
Note: These Author Guidelines are subject to change and may be updated periodically to reflect the changing needs of the journal. Authors are encouraged to check back periodically for updates.