Submission Procedure

Must read to know about article submission

  1. Articles would be published in every monthly issue.
  2. Monthly issue would be published on 1st week of every month.
  3. In case of urgency, authors would be given an advance copy of their article within 1- 7 working days.
  4. All authors of the article must be an annual or life member.
  5. All authors would be assigned a membership certificate and unique membership id. after payment of membership fees.
  6. Publication fees for annual or life members are free. However if coauthors are not annual/life member a nominal charge is kept. Kindly visit publication fees tab for details. A very nominal publication fees have been fixed for non member authors.  
  7. Agriculture & Food e-newsletter would only accept magazine articles and popular stories which are submitted by the submission gateway 
  8. Submission of article would be done at http://agrifoodmagazine.co.in/submit-article/.
  9. The articles should be in prescribed word format (.doc/.docx).
  10. Articles which are sent to us without proper format would be rejected (FORMAT)
  11. No article should be submitted in pdf form.
  12. Articles should not be more than 2-4 pages.
  13. Article must have an introduction paragraph and a conclusion paragraph.
  14. Articles must be informative, innovative and trending.
  15. Tables, figures and good quality photographs are always desirable.
  16. In case submission gateway does not works, please contact with agrifoodmagazine@gmail.com.
  17. Author is solely responsible for not following plagiarism issues in their article.
  18. A life member / annual member must ensure quality in article to expect publication.
  19. Lines, figures, Illustrations and other resources to be reproduced from other publications must be properly credited / cited.
  20. Authors should be responsible for obtaining permission for reproduction of figures, tables, etc. from published sources.
  21. Units in metric system; full forms of all abbreviations used in table; source of data should be given in detail.
  22. Units of measurement, symbols and standard abbreviations should conform to those recommended by the International Union of Biochemistry (IUB) and the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC).
  23. Metric measurements are preferred and dosages should be expressed entirely in metric units (SI units). In exceptional circumstances, others may be used, provided they are consistent.