MANUSCRIPT TYPES

JrTP publishes double-blind peer-reviewed manuscripts that address the aim and scope of JrTP. The Journal considers the following types of manuscripts for the publication:

1. Research Articles
Research articles report the results of original research, assess its contribution to the body of knowledge in a given area, and are published in a double-blind peer-reviewed scholarly journal. Full research articles should consist of 6000 to 8000 words excluding the abstract (between 250 to 300 words), keywords (three to five) and the reference list. Properly linked and well-sized diagrams and pictures may be included.

2. Research Note
A research note is a statement from recent trends in educational environments. Research notes are usually meant to contain time-sensitive information that applies to the current day's event in the near future. Full research notes contents should be restricted to a strict length of 2000 to 3000 words.

3. Book Review
A book review is a short summary of the book, background information about the author(s) and topic, and an evaluation of the content. It is also scholarly criticism positioned on content, tone, and quality on the basic of personal opinion or to declare ideas on the content of a fiction or non-fiction work. Full book review contents should be restricted to a strict length of 2000 to 3500 words.

4. Concept Paper
Concept paper is a brief summary of envisage or issues which emulate the interests, experience, and expertise of the writer. Concept papers generally serve the purpose of providing an in-depth discussion of a topic on which the writer has a strong position. Further, to provide advice for execution of a plan, a concept paper could also review the best practices, philosophies and other related issues with possible actions followed by solutions. Full concepts papers contents should be restricted to a strict length of 4000 to 5000 words.