Author Instructions

The main points that should be guided by the authors when writing and submitting scientific articles:

• development of a scientific hypothesis;

• the correctness of the experiment and the interpretation of the results of the study;

• clarity and consistency of presentation;

• design of the article in accordance with the requirements of the journal.


Manuscripts submitted for publication should contain the following sections:

- Universal Decimal Classification (DOI) index;

At the beginning of the article, at the top left in bold should indicate DOI

- initials and surname of the author(s);

In the middle of the page in plain bold (S.S. Seitov1, A.A. Akhmetov2, B.B.Bolatov3)

- place of work of the author(s);

The name of the organization(s) in which the work was done, after the author’s surname with a superscript, indicate the number of the organization, the same number in the name of the organization, then the city, country (1Kazakh National Agrarian University, Almaty, Kazakhstan, 2Stavropol State Agrarian University, Stavropol, Russian Federation, 3Western Kazakhstan Agrarian and Technical University named after Zhangir Khan, Uralsk, Kazakhstan)

- email address of the author-correspondent;

- title of the article in capital bold letters;

- abstract of the article (in Kazakh, Russian and English);

- keywords;

- text of the article;

- bibliographic references and illustrative material (figures, tables, photographs).


Requirements for the content of sections of the article

Abstract should be in two other languages that differ from the language of the published material (no more than 150 words). The abstract is a source of information independent of the article. It is written after completion of the main text of the article. It includes a description of the main topic, problem, object, purpose of the work and its results. It indicates what the new document bears in itself in comparison with others related to the subject and purpose. Abstracts should be formatted according to international standards and include the following points:

1. Introduction to the research topic.

2. The purpose of scientific research.

3. Description of the scientific and practical significance of the work.

4. Description of the research methodology.

5. The main results, conclusions of the research work.

6. The value of the study (what contribution this work made to the relevant knowledge field).

7. The practical significance of the results of the work.


The abstract should not repeat the text of the article itself (you cannot take sentences from the article and transfer them to the abstract), as well as its title. It should not contain numbers, tables, intra-text footnotes.

The abstract should set out the main points of the results and conclusions of the research work, and should not contain material that is not in the article itself.

Keywords – up to 10 words in three versions – in Kazakh, Russian, English.


Introduction includes the relevance of this study and a review of literature found by the author (articles, patents, reports, information from the Internet) on this topic. Also, this section indicates the goals and objectives of the study, hypotheses and statements. This section usually accounts for 5-10 % of the total article.

Research methodology. This section describes the materials and methods used in research. There is no need to indicate methodological features if this is not the first published methodology. If necessary, the key points of the methodology are described. This section usually accounts for 10-20 % of the total article.

Main results of the study. By volume, this section is takes central place in the scientific article. This is the main section, the purpose of which is to use the analysis, synthesis and explanation of the data to prove the working hypothesis (hypotheses). The results, if necessary, are confirmed by illustrations - tables, graphs, figures, which represent the source material or evidence in folded form. It is important that the illustrated information does not duplicate the text. It is desirable to compare the results presented in the article with previous works in this area by both the author and other researchers. Such a comparison will additionally reveal the novelty of the work done, give it objectivity. This part usually accounts for 50-55 % of the total article volume.

Discussion of the obtained data contains an interpretation of the obtained data, the revealed patterns are described. Results are recommended to be stated in the past tense. The discussion should not repeat the description of the study results.

Conclusion. The conclusion contains a brief statement of the results of the study. In this section, it is necessary to compare the results obtained with the goal indicated at the beginning of the work. In conclusion, the results of understanding the topic are summarized, conclusions, generalizations and recommendations that arise from the work are made, their practical significance is emphasized, and the main directions for further research in this area are determined. In the final part of the article, it is desirable to include attempts to forecast the development of the issues addressed. The information contained in the title of the article should not be repeated in the text of the author’s summary. The recommended volume is 10-15 % of the total volume of the article.

If there are notes in the text, then after the main text, the heading “Notes” is typed in the center in the center, and the text of the notes, numbered by a number in the form of an superscript in the order of links in the text, is placed through the line. The link to the notes in the main text is issued not in bold, but as a superscript number.

Tables are placed in the text. The numbering of the tables is carried out in the order of links in the text. The numbering heading of the table is typed in bold with alignment to the center (for example, Table 1 – the name of the table). The thematic heading (if any) is typed on the same line in bold with center alignment. The link to the table in the main text is made in bold in brackets (for example, table 1). If the table has a large volume, it can be placed on a separate page, and in the case when it has a significant width – on a page with landscape orientation.

Figures are placed in the text. Numbering of figures is made in the order of links in the text. The numbering heading is typed in bold with center alignment (for example, Figure 1 – the name of the figure). The link to the figure in the main text is made in bold in brackets (for example, (figure 1). If the figure has a large format, it should be placed on a separate page, and in the case when it has a significant width – on the page with landscape. The drawings can be scanned from the original (150 dpi in grayscale) or by computer graphics. It is allowed, and in the case of illustrations of a large volume (file), placement of the figures in a separate file of the electronic version is welcome.

Formulas. Inside-line and single-line formulas must be typed without any special editors (special characters from the fonts Symbol, Greek Math Symbols, Math-PS, Math Аmathematica BTT are allowed). Complex and multi-line formulas must be entirely typed in the Microsoft Equation 2.0, 3.0 formula editor. It is not allowed to set - part of the formula with symbols, and part – in the formula editor.

REFERENCES. This section contains bibliographic information about another document cited, considered, or referred to in the text of the article, necessary and sufficient for its identification, search, and general characteristics. It is not recommended to refer to sources that are more than 5 years old. Links to recently published articles, self-citation is allowed in a minimal amount. Below the main text (or texts of notes) the title “REFERENCES” is printed in the center, then, through a line, a numbered list of sources is placed in the order of references in the text, in accordance with the current requirements for bibliographic description. Only one source of information should be indicated in one list item. References to information sources are drawn up in numbers enclosed in square brackets (for example, [1]).


Examples of bibliographic references:


1 Abuova G.N., Lizinfel'd I.A. Masshtaby VICH-infektsii v mire i Yuzhno-Kazakhstanskoy oblasti // Nauka i obrazovaniye Yuzhnogo Kazakhstana: respubl. nauchn. zhurnal / assotsiatsiya «Sovet direktorov VUZov Yuzhnogo regiona». – 2009. – № 1 (74). – P. 135-139.

2 Tret'yakov YU.D. Protsessy samoorganizatsii v khimii materialov // Uspekhi khimii. – 2003. – T. 72, № 4. – P. 731-763.

3 Pak N.S. Sotsiologicheskiye problemy yazykovykh kontaktov // Vestnik KazUMOiMYA im. Abylay khana. Seriya «Filologiya». – Almaty, 2007. – № 2 (10). – P. 270-278.



1 Nazarbayev N.A. V potoke istorii. – Almaty: Atamura, 1999. – 296 s.

2 Agafonova N.N. Grazhdanskoye pravo: uchebnoye posobiye dlya vuzov / pod red. A.G. Kalpina. – Izd. 2-ye, perer. i dop. – M.: Yurist, 2003. – 542 p.

3 Nadirov N.K. Vysokovyazkiye nefti i prirodnyye bitumy: v 5 t. –Almaty: Ġylym, 2001. – T. 4. – 369 p.

4 Gembitskiy Ye.V. Neyrotsirkulyatornaya gipotoniya i gipotonicheskiye (gipotenzivnyye) sostoyaniya: rukovodstvo po kardiologii: v 5 t. / pod red. Ye.I. Chazova. – M.: Izd-vo Meditsina, 1982. – T. 4. – P. 101-117.

5 Porter M.Ye. Mezhdunarodnaya konkurentsiya / per. s angl.; pod red. V.D. Shchepina. – M.: Mezhdunarodnyye otnosheniya, 1993. – 140 p.

6 Pavlov B.P. Batuyev S.P. Podgotovka vodomazutnykh emul'siy dlya szhiganiya v topochnykh ustroystvakh // V kn.: Povysheniye effektivnosti ispol'zovaniya gazoobraznogo i zhidkogo topliva v pechakh i otopitel'nykh kotlakh. – L.: Nedra, 1983. – 216 p.



1 Zimin A.I. Vliyaniye sostava toplivnykh emul'siy na kontsentratsiyu oksidov azota i sery v vybrosakh promyshlennykh kotel'nykh // Ekologicheskaya zashchita gorodov: tez. dokl. nauch.-tekhn. konf. – M.: Nauka, 1996. – P. 77-79.

2 Lotman Yu.M., Uspenskiy P.A. Otzvuki kontseptsii «Moskva – tretiy RIM» v ideologii Petra I: (k probleme srednevekovoy traditsii v kul'ture barokko) // Izbr. stat'i: v 3.t. – Tallin, 1993. – T. 2. – P. 9-21.

3 Parzhanov ZH.A., Mominov KH., Zhigitekov T.A. Tovarnyye svoystva karakulya pri raznom sposobe konservirovaniya // Nauchno-tekhnicheskiy progress v pustynnom zhivotnovodstve i aridnom kormoproizvodstve: mater. mezhdunar. nauch.-prakt. konf., posv. 1500-letiyu g. Turkestan. – Shymkent, 2000. – P.115-120.

4 Abuseitova M.KH. Istoriya Tsentral'noy Azii: kontseptsii, metodologiya i novyye podkhody // Mater. mezhdunar. nauch. konf. «K novym standartam v razvitii obshchestvennykh nauk v Tsentral'noy Azii». – Almaty: Dayk-Press, 2006. – P. 10-17.


Legislative materials

1 Resolution of the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan. On issues of lending to the agricultural sector: approved. January 25, 2001, No. 137.

2 Resolution of the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan. On approval of the Priority Action Plan to ensure the stability of socio-economic development of the Republic of Kazakhstan: approved. November 6, 2007, No. 1039 // IS PARAGRAF. - 2009, October - 20.

3 Decree of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan. On some issues of the development of agriculture: approved. December 11, 2006, No. 220.

4 Strategic development plan of the Republic of Kazakhstan until 2010: approved. By the Decree of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated December 4, 2001, No. 735 // 12/28/2001.

5 Priority action plan to ensure the stability of socio-economic development of the Republic of Kazakhstan: approved. By the Decree of the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated November 6, 2007, No. 1039 //

6 Republic of Kazakhstan. Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan. On public procurement: adopted July 21, 2007

7 Strategic plan of the Agency of the Republic of Kazakhstan for construction and housing and communal services for 2010-2014: approved. Decree of the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated March 3, 2010, No. 17.


Patent documents

1 Copyright certificate. 549473. Sposob pervichnoy obrabotki kozhevennogo syr'ya / R.I. Laupakas, A.A. Skorodyanis; publ. 30.09.1989, Bull. № 34. – 2 p.

2 Pat. 2187888 Rossiyskaya Federatsiya, MPK 7 N 04 V 1/38, N 04 J 13/00. Priyemoperedayushchiye ustroystva / Chugayeva V.I.; zayavitel' i patentoobladatel' Voronezh. nauch.-issled. in-t svyazi. – № 200131736/09; applied 18.12.00; publ. 22.08.02, Bull. № 23 (II ch.). – 3 p.



1 Baytova A. Innovatsionno-tekhnologicheskoye razvitiye – klyuchevoy faktor povysheniya konkurentosposobnosti // Kazakhstanskaya pravda. – 2009. – № 269.

2 Na realizatsiyu proyekta «Aktau-Siti» budet napravleno 36 mlrd. tg // PANORAMA – 2009, october – 16.

3 Kuz'min Nikolay. Universal'nyy soldat. «Эксперт Online». 13.10.2009.


Research Reports

1 Formirovaniye i analiz fondov nepublikuyemykh dokumentov, otrazhayushchikh sostoyaniye nauki Respubliki Kazakhstan: research report (final) / JSC “Nat. center of scientific and technical. inform.": superv. Suleimenov E.Z.; performer: Kulievskaya Yu.G. - Almaty, 2008. - 166 p. - No. of SR 010RK00472. - Inv. No. 0208РК01670.



1 Khamidbayev K.YA. Karakul'skiye smushki Kazakhstana i nekotoryye faktory, obuslavlivayushchiye ikh izmenchivost': extended abstract of dissertation of the cand. of agricult. sciences: 06.02.01. – Alma-Ata: Atamura, 1968. – 21 p.

2 Izbairov A.K. Netraditsionnyye islamskiye napravleniya v nezavisimykh gosudarstvakh Tsentral'noy Azii: extended abstract of dissertation of the doct. of hist. sciences: 07.00.03 / Oriental Institut after R.B. Suleymenov. – Almaty, 2009 .- 270 p. - Inv. No. 0509РК00125


Deposited manuscripts

1 Razumovskiy V.A. Upravleniye marketingovymi issledovaniyami v regione / Institute of Economy. – Almaty, 2000. – 116 p. – Dep. in KazSISTI 13.06.2000. – № Ka00144.


Basic requirements for the execution of a scientific article

The article should be 5-11 pages long (including figures and tables).

The text should be typed in the Microsoft Word editor, font Times New Roman size 12, single spacing. The text should be printed, observing the following margins: top and bottom – 2 cm, left and right – 2 cm. Justification - breadthwise (with automatic hyphenation). Line spacing is single. Indention – 1.25.



All received manuscripts go through peer review process. After review, the manuscript is returned to the author with comments. Reviewers (experts) are obliged to respect the confidentiality of peer-reviewed manuscripts and should report to the editor if there is a conflict of interest.


Documents required for submission of publication:

The text of the manuscript with figures - 2 paper copies

An electronic version of the manuscript text and figures to it for publication in the online journal - 1 copy

2 reviews of the manuscript from the leading scientists in this field of research - 1 copy

A cover letter from the organization - 1 copy

One copy of the manuscript should contain on its last page signatures of all authors with the last name, first name, middle name, position, degree, academic rank, electronic and postal address, phone number (with prefix). Specify the name of the corresponding author for correspondence.



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