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Prabha Materials Science Letters

ISSN: 2583-5114 . Open Access

The journal considers original manuscripts as per the Aim & Scope from the authors throughout the year. The manuscript should be submitted online at eicpmsl[at]ramartipublishers[dot]com, eicpmsl[at]gmail[dot]com by the corresponding author.

At the time of New Manuscript submission, the corresponding author must send:

(1) The manuscript must be in the aim & scope of the journal.
(2) Anonymous Manuscript File (in .pdf format only, WITHOUT author’s details, their affiliation identifications and acknowledgements).
(3) Manuscript as Source File (in .docx format only, WITH full author’s details, their affiliation identifications and acknowledgements).
(4) Full name, original e-mail id, affiliation of EIGHT Reviewers (maximum three reviewers from one country).
(5) References used in the manuscript for citations are most appropriate & relevant to the research work.
(6) Tables and figures should be original and unpublished.
(7) Similarity of the article should be minimum and not more than 1% from a single source.

Paper Size:

Letter, 8.5”X 11”; Margin, Top: 1.5”; Bottom: 1”; Left: 1”; Right: 1”; Gutter: 0; Gutter Position: Left.
Header and Footer: 0.6”

Line Spacing:

Single whole paper, Spacing: Before: 0 pt., After: 0 pt.

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Conflict of Interest, Acknowledgments:

Both statements must be written before the reference section. For more information, kindly see the recently published papers in PMSL.


Arranged in alphabetic order, limited, most relevant to the research work and cited (Cai et al., 2001; Xing and Dugan, 2002) in the paper as APA style i.e.

Journal papers:

Cai, K.Y., Cai, L., Wang, W.D., Yu, Z.Y., & Zhang, D. (2001). On the neural network approach in software reliability modeling. Journal of Systems and Software, 58(1), 47-62.

Xing, L., & Dugan, J.B. (2002). Analysis of generalized phased-mission system reliability, performance, and sensitivity. IEEE Transactions on Reliability, 51(2), 199-211.,

Book chapters:

Kumar, A., Pant, S., Ram, M., & Singh, S.B. (2017). On solving complex reliability optimization problem using multi-objective particle swarm optimization. In: Ram, M., Davim, J.P. (eds) Mathematics Applied to Engineering. Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp. 115–131.

Ram, M., & Goyal, N. (2015). Gas turbine assimilation under copula coverage approaches. In: Davim, J.P. (ed) Research Advances in Industrial Engineering. Springer, Berlin, pp. 103–116.


Sannino, A., Breder, H., & Nielsen, E.K. (2006, June). Reliability of collection grids for large offshore wind parks. In 2006 International Conference on Probabilistic Methods Applied to Power Systems (pp. 1-6). IEEE. Stockholm, Sweden.

Sawaragi, T. (1999, October). Modeling and analysis of human interactions with and within complex systems. In IEEE SMC'99 Conference Proceedings. 1999 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (Vol. 1, pp. 701-707). IEEE. Tokyo, Japan.

Elghali, S.B., Benbouzid, M.E.H., & Charpentier, J.F. (2007, May). Marine tidal current electric power generation technology: State of the art and current status. In 2007 IEEE International Electric Machines & Drives Conference (Vol. 2, pp. 1407-1412). IEEE. Antalya, Turkey.


Pham, H. (2007). System software reliability. Springer Verlag, London.

Rao, R.V. (2007). Decision making in the manufacturing environment: using graph theory and fuzzy multiple attribute decision-making methods. Springer Verlag, London.

Ebeling, C.E. (2004). An introduction to reliability and maintainability engineering. Tata McGraw-Hill Education, New York.

Also, Manuscript Word Template can be downloaded from Click Here.

At the first time manuscript submission to PMSL, the corresponding author can submit the manuscript only in a standard format (like Title, Authors, Abstract, Keywords, Introduction,……………………, Conclusion, Conflict of Interest, Acknowledgment, References), that means there is no need to format the manuscript as per PMSL Paper Template at the time of initial submission to the journal.
Also, the corresponding author must format the manuscript as per PMSL Paper Template if receives the revisions during the peer-review process.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Q. How long time does it take for the peer-review process of the manuscript?

Answer: Generally, in the first review process, it takes 1 month to 2 months' time, but it is extendable.

Q. How long time does it take for the manuscript to be accepted?

Answer: There is no such time limit.

Q. Can I send/submit my colleague’s manuscript to the journal?

Answer: No. Only author must submit the manuscript as a corresponding author.

Q. What is the submission format/template?

Answer: Only MS word 2010 or later. For more information, kindly see at

Q. Can I submit in latex/pdf format?

Answer: No. Only MS word 2010 or later generated PDF file will be considered for the review process.

Q. What are the Article Processing Charges (APCs)?

Answer: Kindly see at

Q. How long does the manuscript need to publish in an issue?

Answer: Accepted manuscript(s) will be published in forthcoming issues or as per the requirement, automatically.

Q. How to submit a manuscript to PMSL?

Answer: Kindly send your manuscript to the EiC of PMSL at the email id at eicpmsl[at]ramartipublishers[dot]com, eicpmsl[at]gmail[dot]com.

Q. When can the manuscript be submitted?

Answer: The manuscript can be submitted throughout the year to the journal.

Q. Is there a fast review process?

Answer: No, there is only normal review process. Students/faculties needing a quick decision should note that papers not to submit to PMSL because it will take 1 month to 8 months' time to complete the first review process.

Q. Can authors reuse the text/figures/tables from other published work?

Answer: No. Authors must use their own original unpublished material.

Q. What is the article length as per PMSL format?

Answer: Generally, minimum 8 pages and maximum 30 pages.