GENRO-The Official Publication of SMGI
Wednesday, 09 June 2010 08:23 SMGI



Mr. Vivek Yadav

Chairman SMGI


Dr. Umesh Kumar Sharma

Associate Editors

Mr. Uma Shankar Sharma

Mr. Shashi Shekhar Tripathi

Acquisition Editors

Mr. Ajeet Tripathi

Mrs.Priyanka Sharma

Mr. Amit Srivastava

Mr. Abhishek Singh

Mr. Pushpak Jyoti

Mrs. Seema Tripathi

Advisory Board

Dr. B. Suresh

(President, Pharmacy Council Of India)Dr. H. S. Ansari

(Dean, College Of Pharmacy, Hamdard University)

Prof. R. K. Khar

(HOD, Dept. Of Pharmaceutics, Hamdard University)

Dr. Anil Bhandari

( Dean, JNU Jodhpur)

Prof. V. K. Singh

(Examination Controller, UPTU, Lucknow)

Prof. R.S. Srivastava

(Dept. Of Pharmacy, BHU, Varanasi)

Dr. A. K. Mittal

(Dean, Management, IET, Lucknow)

Prof. Onkar Singh

(Dept. Of Mechanical Eng. HBTI, Kanpur)

Dr. J. P. Yadav

(Dept. Of Mechanical Eng. CSA, Etawah)

Dr. O.P. Tiwari

(Director, HCPGC, Varanasi)

Prof. G. T. Kulkarni

(Director, Laureate Institute of Pharmacy, H.P.)

Prof. Pankaj Aggarwal

(XLRI, Jamshedpur)

Technical Editor

Mr. P. S. Sandhu

Mr. Sanjay Sharma


The official publication of SMGI

(Registered under ministry of information and broadcasting. India)


Dear contributors

Sir Madanlal Group of Institutions ( SMGI), Etawah was established two decades ago under the aegis of Deshraj Jan Kalyan Samiti, Etawah, through the painstaking efforts of its Founder Chairman late Sir Madanlal Arya Ji.

The management and technology centre is of a more recent origin and vision of our chairman, Mr. Vivek Yadav. Two batches of corporate leaders have already passed out of the institute and making their strong presence felt in the corporate world. And a batch of pharmacy is about to passed to feel its presence in pharma world.


Today this group has become an educational giant with around 7 technical institutions and 11531 schools, with 1442 competent and experienced faculty members work tirelessly to shape the future of around 615678 strong student community.


To pace up with the changing world, SMGI is publishing its first issue of GENRO bearing registration No UPENG03542/24/1/2009-TC dated 25/08/2009, in the month of May 2010. The main decisive factor of publishing such magazine is to circulate information on subject related to Pharmacy, Management, Engineering, Education, Upcoming Events throughout World, Teaching and Learning, Laboratory Innovation, Examination Reforms, Training and Other related issue. The area of interest included but not limited.


Your valuable contribution and suggestions in this activity will be highly regarded. You can submit your contributions/articles as an attachment on or before 15 April 2010 in the prescribed format, which is attached herewith to.



Dr. Umesh Kumar Sharma




























The content format is as follows:

(Basic contents/topics covered)

I. EDITORIAL (From the Chief Editor Desk.)


· Market Analysis. (Trend of the market since the previous publication, various downfalls and uplifts, hidden facts and figures.)

· HR Management. (Various strategies and ideas for effective HRM.)

· Financial Trends ( Economics, Government policies, Highlights, Budget Review)

· Ethical Business. (Points to earn profits with a human touch.)


· Paper Publications. (Research work, Short communications.)

· Engg. Patent review. (Recent expired patents, filed patents, additional information related to patents.)


· Paper Publications. (Research work, Short communications. Review Articles,)

· Drug Patent review. (Recent expired patents, filed patents, additional information related to patents.)

· Clinical trial update. (Drugs in the clinical trial phase, new drugs and formulations in pipeline.)


· Modern Techniques of Teaching. (Innovative teaching methods, learning the teaching process)

· Development of Education System in India. (Various steps and methods followed by the NGO’s and Govt. of India.)


· Tips for Interviews. (Interview FAQ’s, self presentation ways for an interview.)

· Recent ventures of Industry/Profession. (Trend of the Industry/Profession, Near future of the Industry/Profession.)

· Personality Development. (Tips to groom up ones personality.)


· Biographies of Scientists/Entrepreneurs/Educationists. (Astounding facts from the life of great personalities.)


· Recent News in and around colleges.

· Current Affairs.( Information reg. Politics, Movies, Sports, Science & Technology)


· Cartoons, Puzzles, Quizzes and Crosswords. (anything informative + entertaining+

· Management of household budget.



Manuscripts are accepted on the understanding that the authors have obtained the necessary authority for publication. Manuscripts with multi-authors imply the consent of each of the authors. The publisher will presume that the corresponding author has specifically obtained the approval of all other co-authors to submit the article to GENRO. Submission of an article to GENRO is understood to imply that it has not been either published or not being considered for publication elsewhere.

After informal acceptance of manuscript, the contributor has to send the provided filled in copyright transfer form to the editor in chief. Then only the manuscript will be published .the periodicity of paper will be biannual

Research Paper: We encourage research paper of a length not exceeding 25 double-spaced pages. It should have a set of keywords (up to 6) and an abstract (under 250 words, unreferenced), followed by Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion, Acknowledgments, and References.

(N.B: if required a change can be made as per the type of paper and disciplines)

Short Research Communication: It presents a concise study, or timely and novel research finding that might be less substantial than a research paper. The manuscript length is limited to 10 double-spaced pages (excluding references and abstract). It should have a set of keywords and an abstract (under 200 words, unreferenced), containing background of the work, the results and their implications. Results and Discussion Section should be combined followed by Conclusion. Materials and Methods will remain as a separate section. The number of references is limited to 60 and there should be no more than 4 figures and/or tables combined.

Reviews or mini-reviews should be authoritative and of broad interest. Authors wishing to contribute a manuscript to this category should contact the Editor-in-Chief. Reviews should describe current status of a specific research field with a balanced view. The length of the review manuscript should not exceed 50 double-spaced pages. Mini-reviews should not contain an exhaustive review of an area, but rather a focused, brief treatment of a contemporary development or issue in a single area. The length of the mini-review should not exceed 6 printed pages.

Reviewing the Manuscript:

A confirmation e-mail will be sent to the author upon receiving his manuscript. Please check your e-mail account frequently, because you will receive all important information about your manuscript through e-mail.

The accepted papers for publication shall be published according to the final date of acceptance. The editorial board reserves the right to reject a paper for publication without justification.

After the paper is approved for publication by the editorial board, the author does not have the right to translate, quote, cite, summarize or use the publication in other mass media unless a written consent is provided by the editor-in-chief as per Genro policy.

Organization of Manuscript:

Manuscripts should be typewritten and double spaced throughout on one side of white typewriting paper with 2.5 cm margins on all sides. Abstract, tables, and figure legends should be on separate sheets. All manuscript sheets must be numbered successively. Authors should submit three copies of the paper and a floppy diskette 3.5 or a CD under (Winword IBM) or by e-mail.

Title page:

The title page of manuscript should contain title, author's names of authors and their affiliations, a short title, and the name and address of correspondence author including telephone number, fax number, and e-mail address, if available. Authors with different affiliations should be identified by the use of the same superscript on name and affiliation. In addition, a sub- field of submitted papers may be indicated on the top right corner of the title page.


The abstract should provide a clear and succinct statement of the findings and thrusts of the manuscript. The abstract should be intelligible in itself, written in complete sentences. It is important that the abstract be written in a manner which will make it intelligible to biologists in all fields. Authors should avoid non-standard abbreviations, unfamiliar terms and symbols. References cannot be cited in the Abstract.

Authors should submit with their paper abstracts (English), one in the language of the paper and it should be typed at the beginning of the paper before the introduction. As for the other abstract, it should be typed at the end of the paper on a separate sheet. Each abstract should not contain more than 250 words.


This section should describe the objectives of the study and provide sufficient background information to make it clear why the study was undertaken. Lengthy reviews of the past literature are discouraged.

Materials and Methods:

This section should provide the reader with sufficient information that will make it possible to repeat the work. For modification of published methodology, only the modification needs to be described with reference to the source of the method. Information regarding statistical analysis of the data should be included.


This section should provide hard core data obtained. Same data/information given in a Table must not be repeated in a Figure, or vice versa. It is not acceptable to repeat extensively the numbers from Tables in the text and give long explanations of the Tables and Figures. The results should be presented succinctly and completely.


The discussion should include a concise statement of the principal findings, discussion of the significance of the work, and appraisal of the findings in light of other published works dealing with the same or closely related object. Redundant descriptions of material in the Introduction and Results, and extensive discussion of literature are discouraged.


If necessary, a brief Acknowledgements section may be included.


Citation within text:

a. The reference is indicated in the text by the name of authors and year of publication between two brackets.
Example: (Sharma and Singh, 2010).

b. In the event that an author or reference is quoted or mentioned at the beginning of a paragraph or sentence or an author who has an innovative idea, the author’s name is written followed by the year between two brackets.
Example: Hulings (1986).

c. If the author’s name is repeated more than once in the same volume and year, alphabets can be used. Example: (Sharma, 1994 a; Sharma, 1994 b).

d. If the number of authors exceeds two, the last name of the first author followed by et. al are written in the text. Full names are written in the references regardless of their number. Example (Sharma et al., 2008).

References list:

References are listed at the end of the paper in alphabetical order according to the author’s last name.

a. Books:

Spence AP. 1990. Basic Human Anatomy. Tedwood City, CA, U.S.A.

b. Chapter in a book:

Blaxter M. 1976. Social class and health inequalities. In: Carter C and Peel J, editors. Equalities and Inequalities in Health. London: Academic Press, pp. 369-80.

c. Periodicals:

Shao R and Barker SC. 2007. Mitochondrial genomes of parasitic arthropods: implications for studies of population genetics and evolution. Parasit. 134:153-167.

d. Conferences and Meetings:

Embabi NS. 1990. Environmental aspects of distribution of mangrove in the United Arab Emirates. Proceedings of the First ASWAS Conference. University of the United Arab Emirates. Al-Ain, United Arab Emirates.

e. Theses and Dissertations:

El-Labadi SN. 2002. Intestinal digenetic trematodes of some marine fishes from the Gulf of Aqaba (MSc thesis). Zarqa (Jordan): Hashemite University.

f. In press articles:

Sharma US and Sharma UK. 2010. Population structure and shell morphometrics of the gastropod Theodoxus macri (Neritidae: Prosobranchia) from Azraq Oasis, Jordan. Pak. J. Biol. Sci. In press.

Authors bear total responsibility for the accuracy of references. Abbreviation of journal names should be given according to Chemical Abstracts or Biological Abstracts List of Sciences (BIOSIS).

Preparation of Tables:

Tables should be simple and intelligible without requiring references to the text. Each table should have a concise heading, should be typed on a separate sheet of paper, and must have an explanatory title. All tables should be referred to in the text, and their approximate position indicated on the margin of the manuscript. Ruling in tables, especially vertical or oblique line should be avoided.

Preparation of Illustrations:

Illustrations should be termed "Figures" (not "plates", even if they cover an entire page) and labeled with numbers. All figures should be referred to in the text and numbered consecutively in Arabic numerals (Fig. 1, Fig. 2, etc.). Scales in line drawings must be mounted parallel to either the top or side of the figures. In planning illustrations, authors should keep the size of the printed page in mind, making due allowance for the figure legend. The figures must be identified on the reverse side with the author's name, the figure number, and the orientation of the figure (top and bottom). The preferred location of the figures should be indicated on the margin of the manuscript. Illustrations in color may be published at the author's expense. The legends for several figures may be typed on the same page. Sufficient details should be given in the legend to make it intelligible without reference to the text.

Dr. Umesh Kumar Sharma


Sir Madanlal Group of Institutes
Institute Office :- Alampur Hauz , Agra Road , Etawah -206001 (UP) , India
Telephonic Enquiry:- 05688 - 257444, 256444 , 254303 Mobile: +91 - 09258325999 , 09808512372 , 09258326999
E- Mail:- , WebSite:-