UPI Book Publisher (UPIBP) invites the book proposals from all the subjects/fields of education, literary works and it is not restricted to some fields. Our top priority is significance and scientific excellence of the content of book proposal. Book publishing is a joint collaboration and effort of author(s) and publisher. Author(s) must concentrate on the content of book and no need to concentrate on layout of the book because it is the responsibility of the publisher.  

Subjects (or) Fields of Publishing

UPIBP invites the book proposals from the teaching faculty, students, doctorates and doctoral students of all the subjects (or) literary works and it is not restricted / limited to single subject.


The main objective of UPIBP is to encourage the students/working professionals from all the fields of studies by authenticating their scientific/literary work(s) (or) any lecture notes and spreads throughout the globe for the recognition of their work(s). Students, literary writers and working professionals from all the fields of studies are eligible to publish his/her/their lecture notes/thesis/dissertations/any written work at UPIBP.    

Plagiarism Check

Our prime objective is quality, uniqueness and scientific significance of book proposal(s), therefore, we follow the double blind peer review for reviewing the book proposals and it will make the success of scientific publishing. Submitted manuscripts are also evaluated for plagiarized material by high quality plagiarism detection tools and if, the book proposal contains plagiarized material more than the acceptance limit (20%), then the same will be communicated to the author(s) for revision of proposal. In order to avoid delay in publishing, this is the responsibility of the author(s) to submit the revised version of book proposal within the stipulated time.

International Standard Book Number (ISBN)

UPIBP will provide the ISBN for published books.  

Book Preparation

Author(s) must follow the author guidelines for writing of book proposals. Editors from the publisher have reserved the rights to change (or) adjust the layouts (or) style to maintain the standards (or) uniformity of the book(s).

Structure of the Book

Book proposal may have the following: Title page, About author(s), Preface, Dedication (Optional), Acknowledgement (Optional), Contents, Abbreviations (If used in the main text), Chapters (Text body), and Index (Optional but strongly encouraged).

In Case of Thesis / Dissertation(s) to be Published as a Book

Book proposal may have the following: Title page, About author(s), Preface, Dedication (Optional), Acknowledgement (Optional), Contents, Abbreviations (If used in the main text), Abstract with keywords, Introduction, Results and discussion (separate sections would be preferred but not mandatory), Conclusion, References, and Index (Optional).

Title Page

Title of the proposed book(s) must be clear and represent the contents of the entire book.

About Author(s)  

Write briefly one paragraph about the author(s) and if more than one author contributes the book, then, specify their name followed by their details (publisher will assist you in this section).


Author(s) should explain about the book such as scope of book, why it was written, targeted field (if it targets any specific field of study), and contributions (if exists) etc.


It is optional, if you want to dedicate to anybody (or) field of study (or) anything else, please specify under this section. Publisher allows you to add photographs of dedicated persons (or) any other under this section.


It is optional, if authors wants to express their gratitude, they can express in this section (try to finish in single page, if possible but not restricted to single page).


This section is must and author(s) should specify the chapter titles with page numbers and in case of dissertation(s) / thesis / research paper(s), author(s) can write the chapter titles as described above with page numbers.


If author(s) used any abbreviations in the main text of the book(s), those should be mentioned under this section. During first time usage of abbreviation, full form of abbreviation must be written followed by specifying the abbreviation in brackets and later on you can use the abbreviations.

Eg: Rheumatoid arthritis (RA)

Main Body (or) Text Body

It is very important section and may consider as the heart of the book. English language must be balanced throughout the book without any grammatical errors, hence, careful consideration regarding the grammatical errors will be expected. Each chapter in the book must be started in separate page and chapters must be cited with references and at the end of each chapter, author(s) should write the references numbered accordingly cited in the text (but not in alphabetical order). Only in some exceptional cases, it might be accepted without references.


It is optional but it would be appreciated if author(s) mention the key words with page numbers.

Tables and Illustrations

Author(s) must locate the table(s) and illustration(s) in the text wherever applicable. Write clear captions to indicate the contents of the table(s) (or) figure(s) and number all the table(s) and figure(s) in Arabic numerical. Cite the table(s) and figure(s) numbers inside the text and locate wherever applicable and no need to mention separately.     


Each chapter must be cited with appropriate references. At the end of each chapter write all the references cited in that chapter and number accordingly their (references) citation in the chapter but not in alphabetical order of references.

References Style

Journal Articles

Safarzadeh E, Sandoghchian Shotorbani S, Baradaran B. Herbal medicine as inducers of apoptosis in cancer treatment. Advanced Pharmaceutical Bulletin 2014;4(suppl 1):421-7.  

Format: Author names. Title of the paper. Journal name Year; Volume (Issue): Page numbers. 

(Should mention all author name(s) followed by initial or surname and no need to mention the et al.)


Khurmi RS, Gupta JK. Theory of machines. S Chand Publishing, India, 2005. 

Book Chapters

Brown B, Aaron M. The politics of nature. In: Smith J (ed) The rise of modern genomics, 3rd edition. Wiley, New York, 2001, pp. 230-257.

Online Source or Document

Andrew Z J. Thermodynamics overview. Thought Co Web: Accessed on 25-11-2017.     

Dissertation or Thesis

Darius H. Savant syndrome- Theories and Empirical Findings. University of Turku, 2014.

Conference Papers

Fan W, Gordon MD, Pathak R. Personalization of search engine services for effective retrieval and knowledge management. Twenty-first international conference on information systems, Australia, 2000.  

Reference’s Citation in Main Text and under the References Section

Under references section and inside the text, it must be indicated as “[1], [2],” ……

If author(s) wants to indicate with 3 references of continuous numbered, should indicate as [1-3] but not [1, 2, 3]. If the references are not continuous then mention as [1, 3, 5] or somewhere continuous and another is not continuous then mention as [1-3, 5, 7].

At the end of manuscript, author(s) write the references which have been cited in the text. Number the references according their citation but not in alphabetical order.    

Note: References are not mandatory for all types of books. For example, lab manuals are exempted to cite the references. If you have any queries feel free to contact the chief editor of books via e-mail     

Page Layout

Note: If author(s) feels difficulty to make the manuscript according to above guidelines, publisher will guide you.

Ethical Considerations    

Read the Editorial Policies.


Authors can submit the book proposals at Online Submission System or via e-mail 

Books Order

Our responsibility is not restricted to publishing but also bringing the good reputation to the author(s) work(s) or book(s) published by UPIPB. All the published books are available at UPI’s Book Zone. We are also contacting the e-commerce firms such as Amazon and Flipkart etc for selling of our products which facilitates a better reputation to the published book(s).