Login or Register to make a submission.

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  • The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, RTF, or WordPerfect document file format.
  • Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  • The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.
  • If submitting to a peer-reviewed section of the journal, the instructions in Ensuring a Blind Review have been followed.

Instructions for Manuscript Preparation


Template of research articles (.pdf) (.docx)


Template of academic articles (.pdf) (.docx)


Certifying Letter Prior to Publication of Article (.pdf) (.docx) <-- Sign certifying letter prior to publication of article and submission together with the article


The submitted manuscript must have the following specifications:
1. It must be of 10 – 15 pages in length, printed on one side of A4 paper, with the margins (top, bottom, left, and right) of 1 inch (2.54 cm.).
2. Its abstract and references must be printed in single columns; while its contents must be printed in double columns with first line indent of 1 cm. (0.39 inch).
3. The font is TH Sarabun PSK, with details as specified below:


   - Title (Thai language) / 18 (CT) / bold
   - Title (English language - Capital letter)/ 16 (CT) / bold
   - Author’s Name / 14 (CT) / bold
   - Corresponding Author E-mail / 12 (LJ) / regular
   - Abstract Title / 16 (LJ) / bold
   - Abstract Content / 16 (LRJ) / regular
   - Keywords / 16 (LJ) / regular
   - Topics (Without numbering) / 16 (LJ) / bold
   - Sub-Topics / 16 (LJ) / bold
   - Contents / 16 (LRJ) / regular
   - References / 16 (LJ) / regular
   - Table Title (On top of the table) / 16 (LJ) / bold
   - Figure Title; Chart Title (Under the figure or chart) / 16 (CT) / bold
   CT = Centre Text, LJ = Left Justified, RJ = Right Justified, LRJ = Left & Right Justified


Components of the Article
1. Article title (in both Thai and English languages)
2. Names of all authors, with identification of affiliation (in both Thai and English languages)
3. Abstract in both Thai and English languages, about 250 words in length, and with 3 – 5 keywords
4. Contents
     4.1 Contents of academic articles comprise the introduction, text or content, and conclusion.
     4.2 Contents of research articles comprise the introduction, objectives, literature review, research methods, research results, discussion, and conclusion.
5. References
6. If the article contains figures, charts, tables or other illustrations, they must be properly numbered with proper identification of their sources; the copy right of their original authors must not be violated; the figures or charts should be colored contrastingly or in black and white; also, the original photographs or picture files can be sent as attachments to the article.


Referencing
For referencing within the text of the article to identify the source of the document, the name-year format of footnote must be used by specifying the author’s name, publication year, and page numbers of the document in front of or behind the cited expression, such as Shaw (2017: 185) or (Srikanchai & Watcharanun, 2017: 220) or (Kraikunasai et al., 2017: 172).
For referencing at the end of the article, details of all referenced documents must be specified in the list of “References” or “Bibliography” at the end of the article and ordered according to the author’s name. The APA style of referencing and bibliography must be adopted and followed, as shown in the examples below:


Journal
Format: Author. (Year of publication). Title of Article. Journal Title, Volume(Issue), Page numbers.


 


Example:
Kraikunasai, J., Chongcharoen, K., Ngudgratoke, S. & Pukchanka, P. (2017). A Casual Model of Administrative Factors Affecting Educational Quality in Vocational School. Panyapiwat Journal, 9(2), 171-184. [In Thai]   


Rabbani, M., Aghabegloo, M. & Farrokhi-Asl, H. (2016). Solving a bi-objective mathematical programming model for bloodmobiles location routing problem. International Journal of Industrial Engineering Computations, 8(1), 19-32.


Book
Format: Author. (Year of publication). Book Title. Place of publication: Publisher.


Example:
Ritcharoon, P. (2016). Principles of measurement and evaluation. Bangkok: House of Kermyst. [In Thai]


Yamane, T. (1967). Statistics: An introductory analysis (2nd ed.). New York: Harper and Row.


Conference Technical Article/Documents


Format: Author. (Year of publication). Title of Article. In Title of Editorial (Editorial). Title of conference and seminar proceedings (Pages.). Place of publication: Publisher.                           


Example:


Biswas, M. (2008). Confirmatory Factor Analysis of Iso Ahola’s Motivational Theory: An Application of Structural Equation Modeling. Conference on Tourism in India - Challenges Ahead (pp. 177-188). Kozhikode: Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode.


Nasution, H. N. & Mavondo, F. T. (2005). The impact of service quality on customer value in the hotel industry. ANZMAC Conference 2005, 5-7 December 2005. Fremantle, Western Australia: ANZMAC.   


Newspaper Article
Format: Author. (Year, Month Date). Title of Article. Title of Newspaper, Pages.


Example:
Sriwattanachai, R. (2014, October 24). The Prefabricated Generation of Seasoning Sauce Market. Post Today Newspaper, p. 3-4. [In Thai]


Dissertation or Thesis
Format: Author. (Year of publication). Title of dissertation or thesis. Doctoral dissertation or Master’s thesis, University.


Example:
Seangsri, W. (2009). An Analysis and Development of School Network Administration Model in Northeastern Rural Area. Doctoral Dissertation, Chulalongkorn University. [In Thai]


Koufteros, X. A. (1995). Time-Based Manufacturing: Developing a Nomological Network of Constructs and Instrument Development. Doctoral Dissertation, University of Toledo, Toledo, OH.


Website /Electronic Documents
Format: Author. (Year of publication). Title. Retrieved……., from URL Address


Example:
Department of Land Transport. (2013). Transport statistics report in 2013. Retrieved May 20, 2015, from https://apps.dlt.go.th/statistics_web/brochure/statreport113.pdf


Shannon, C. E. & Weaver, W. (2010). Communication Theory: Model of Communication. Retrieved December 2, 2016, from https://communicationtheory.org/shannon-and-weaver-model-of-communication/


Interview
Format: Author. (Year, Month Date). Interview. Position. Dept.


Example:
Chueathai, P. (2017, January 30). Interview. Vice President. Rajamangala University of Technology Lanna.


Saiwanich, S. (2017, January 31). Interview. Vice Governor. Tak province. [In Thai]

The names and email addresses entered in this journal site will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of this journal and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party.