Five types of articles within scope of the journal can be submitted to the DSIIJ
Original research article
An original article provides an overview of innovative research in a particular field within or related to the focus and scope of the journal, presented according to a clear and well-structured format. Theoratical original research article should also follow the same structure to that of empirical study. The manuscript should be between 2500 to 7000 words (excluding references and abstract page).
Systematic reviews should follow the same basic structure as other original research articles. The aim and objectives should focus on a question that will be addressed in the review. The methods section should describe in detail the search strategy, criteria used to select or reject articles, attempts made to obtain all important and relevant studies and deal with publication bias (including grey and unpublished literature), how the quality of included studies was appraised, the methodology used to extract and/or analyse data. Results should describe the homogeneity of the different findings, clearly present the overall results and any meta-analysis. The manuscript should be between 2500 to 7000 words (excluding references and abstract page).
Perspective is a short research article and follows the same pattern to that of original research article. The manuscript should be between 1000 to 2500 words (excluding references and abstract page).
The case study should highlight a critical issue that is relevant to the field of Yagya Research. The manuscript should be between 2000 to 7000 words (excluding references and abstract page).
Opinion is non-peer reviewed short article from the expert in the field or related field of Yagya. The manuscript should not be more than 1500 words (excluding references and abstract page)