All manuscripts are subject to double blind peer review. Papers will be reviewed by review committee of CleanWAS or experienced reviewers around the world. Feedback will be provided to authors as early as possible, as we make every effort to complete the review process within 4 weeks.
Author(s) should write and format their manuscript according to following guidelines. Failing to do this, the committee may decline to review the manuscript at early stage.
The manuscripts must be in MS Word (Doc/Docx) format.
The first page should contain title of the study, name(s) of the author(s), affiliation, telephone number and email address. Mailing address of the correspondence author should also be mentioned.
Do not write authors name elsewhere in the manuscript as the paper will be sent for blind review.
Title of the paper should be precise, concise and in bold.
The second page should contain title and structured abstract of maximum 200 words followed by five keywords.
Rest of the paper should contain introduction to the topic, review of literature, methodology, results and discussion, conclusion, recommendations and references.
Article/research paper should be written in English in simple, concise and correct language.
Manuscript must be double spaced in Times New Roman with no hyperlinks. Article should not exceed 20 pages. Format consistency is expected in writing the research articles from the author(s).
Tables should be numbered with Arabic format. Tables should be in MS-word and placed where interpretation of tables is carried out. The tables should not be enclosed on separate sheet.
Figure(s) should be cited in Arabic format. For example; figure-1. Figure(s) should be clear enough to read and interpret.
List of non-standard abbreviations will be added by the author(s).
All mathematical equations should be typed as text. For this purpose equations editor is preferred. Equation in the form of image is not acceptable.
Running text citation should be given properly like Armstrong (2001), (Simon, 2001), Fullan & Scott, (2009).
Paper from previous journal issues or conferences can be used as reference for formatting purposes.
References at the end should appear alphabetically. Please follow latest edition of APA referenci
ng style for every type of reference.
Author(s) should affirm that the material has not published previously. It has not been submitted to another conference and it is not under consideration by any journal.