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THE TITLE SHOULD BE NO MORE THAN 12 WORDS, ACCURATELY

DESCRIBE THE CONTENT


First Author1, Second Author2
1

Institution/affiliation; 2Institution/affiliation
E-mail: first.author@address.com

ABSTRACT
The abstract consists of 125-150 words written in a single paragraph. It should be clear, informative,
descriptive, and provide a clear statement of the problem, the proposed approach or solution, and point out major
findings and conclusions. The abstract should be written in the past tense. Standard nomenclature should be used
and abbreviations should be avoided. No literature should be cited.
Keywords: Keywords consist of 3-5 words

INTRODUCTION
The manuscripts should be the original
work either as a research or reference studies
which have never been published in any form of
publication. The manuscript is single-spaced,
written in two columns format, each 7.5 cm
wide and with 1.0 cm gutter, Times New
Roman 11pt on A4 paper (quarto) in 12-16
pages. The margin text from the top, left, right,
and bottom are 3 cm, 2.5 cm, 2.5 cm and 2.5
respectively. The suggested organization of the
paper consists of: Introduction - Methods Results and Discussion - Conclusion. Each part
should explicitly declare the contents.
A title should be the fewest possible
words that accurately describe the content of
the paper. Indexing and abstracting services
depend on the accuracy of the title. An
improperly titled paper may ever reach the
audience for which it was intended, so be
specific. Do not use abbreviations in the title
unless they are unavoidable.
The introduction should provide a clear
background, a clear statement of the problem,
the relevant literature on the subject, the
proposed approach or solution, the new value of
research and end with the purpose of the study.
The citation of an author's work in the text
should follow the author-date method of
citation; the surname of the author(s),

maximum three, and the year of publication


should appear in text. For example, Brown
(1999) found that; other researchers
(Black, Duck and Tan, 2000) . The terms in
foreign languages are written in italics.
Literature review is used in the chapter
"Introduction" to explain the difference of the
manuscript with other papers, that it is
innovative, it is used in the chapter " Method"
to describe the step of research and used in the
chapter "Results and Discussion" to support the
analysis of the results.
METHOD
Method includes research chronological,
including research design, research procedure
(in the form of algorithms, Pseudo code or
other), instruments, and analysis techniques
used in solving problems.
RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
Results and Discussion should be an
objective description of the results and should
be in relation to the purposes of research. The
discussion also needs to be supported by the
reference list. Results can be presented in
figures, tables and others that make the readers
understand easily. Figures may include images,
charts, diagrams, maps and photographs. Large

figures and tables may span both columns.


Figure captions should be centered below the
figures while table captions should be located at
the top left of the tables. They should be written
in Times New Roman 10pt. Avoid placing
figures and tables before their first mention in
the text. See the examples below.
Table 1. Table Title
Scores
(%) Cycle I
(%) Cycle II
90 100
12,9%
64,5%
74 89
64,5%
35,5%
60 75
19,4%
0 59
3,2%
(Source: If you use a table that has been adapted or
copied from another source)

Table 1. Table title


No Type of Subject
1
A
2
B
3
C
5
D
(Source)

Percentage

2009
68.23
36.55
62.03
60.38

Figure 1. Figure Title


(Source: if you use a figure that has been adapted of
copied from another source)

2010
60
70.3
58.8
65.5

2011
68.4
55.8
82.2
84.8

2012
28
76
56.5
82.3

2013
34.92
68.46
40.46
76

100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
A

Subject

Figure 2. Figure Title


(Source)

Avoid confusion due to the image axis


labels, because figure axis labels are often a
source of confusion. Use words rather than
symbols. For example, write Velocity, or
Velocity (v) not just v. Put units in
parentheses. Do not label axes only with units.
For example, write Velocity (m/s) or
Velocity (ms-1). Do not label axes with a ratio

of quantities and units. For example, write


Temperature (K), not Temperature/K.
Multipliers can be especially confusing. Write
Energy (kJ) or Energy (103 J). Define
abbreviations and acronyms the first time they
are used in the text, even if they have been
defined in the abstract. Number equations
consecutively with equation numbers in

parentheses. Flush with the right margin, as in


(1).
E mc 2
(1)
Symbols of equation should be defined
before the equation appears or immediately
follows. Use (1), not Eq. (1) or equation
(1), except at the beginning of a sentence, for
example:
Equation (1) is
CONCLUSION
The conclusion is a summary of the
results and discussion and should be written in
paragraphs instead on numbering. Moreover, it
can also be added the prospect of the
development of research results and application
prospects of further studies into the next (based
on result and discussion).
REFERENCES
All references should be to the most
pertinent and up-to-date sources arranged in an
alphabetical order. Authors should refer to at
least two articles published in previous issues
of JPTK. Authors should ensure all citations in
the article have been written in the reference list
and vice versa. Give all authors names; use et
al. if there are six authors or more. Papers
that have not been published, even if they have
been submitted for publication, should be cited
as unpublished Papers that have been
accepted for publication should be cited as in
press. See the examples below.
Thesis/ Disertation:
Author. Year. Title of Thesis/Disertation.
Thesis/Disertation. City: Name of
University/Institute/College
Example:
Anita Dwistanti. 2011. The Analysis of
Concrete Roof-Tile Quality by the
Addition of Coco Fiber and Sand

Reduction. Thesis. Yogyakarta: Faculty


of Engineering, YSU
Journal Articles:
Author. Year. Title of Manuscript. Name of
Journal; Volume. Issue, Pages
Example:
Sunar Rochmadi. 2016. Industry Partnerships
Learning Models for Surveying and
Mapping of Vocational High Schools.
Jurnal Pendidikan Teknologi dan
Kejuruan. 23. 2, 210-225
Textbooks:
Author. Year. Title of the Book. City: Publisher
Example:
Mohan N, Undeland TM, Robbins WP. 2005.
Power Electronics. New York: John
Wiley & Sons
Articles in Textbooks:
Author. Year. Title of the Article. Title of the
Book. Editors. City: Publisher, Pages
Example:
Arkanuddin M., Fadlil A., Sutikno T. 2006. A
Neuro-Fuzzy Control for Robotic
Application Based on Microcontroller.
Advanced
Control
for
Industrial
nd
Application 2 ed. Krishnan R, Blaabjerg
F. Editors. London: Academic Press, 165178
Proceeding Articles:
Author. Year. Title of Manuscript. Name of
Conference or Seminar. City. Volume,
Pages
Example:
Erlida Amnie. 2016. Summative Assessment
Design through the PjBL to Improve
Students Higher Order Thinking Skills.
Proceedings of International Conference
on Educational Research and Evaluation
(ICERE). Yogyakarta. 59-66
Internet:
Avoid wherever possible

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