1. Published Manuscript Title Maximum 15 Words in Indonesian language (16pt)
  2. The abstract is written briefly, clearly, which has described the problem, the purpose of the problem, the method and place of implementation, the benefits of the implementation, and the results of the implementation. Maximum of 300 words in Indonesian or English in italics with Times New Roman 10 points. The abstract must be clear, descriptive and must provide a brief description of the community service problem being carried out/researched. The abstract includes the reasons for selecting the topic or the importance of the topic of research/community service, research/service methods and a summary of the results. The abstract must end with a comment about the importance of the results or a brief conclusion and can be written in Bahasa (9 pt).

  3. The introduction contains (sequentially) general background, previous literature review (state of the art) as the basis for the scientific novelty statement of the article, scientific novelty statement, and research problems or hypotheses. At the end of the introduction, the purpose of the study should be written. The literature review is in the form of an explanation of the state of the art programs that have been carried out by previous volunteers and explains the GAP of the service so that the scientific novelty of the article can be demonstrated.

    This document is a template made of at least 5 pages and a maximum of 10 pages. An electronic copy that can be downloaded from the Journal of Community Service website. For inquiries on the guidance paper, please contact the journal editorial team as indicated on the website. The easiest way to meet the writing format requirements is to use this document as a template. Then type your text into it.

    Paper size must match A4 page size, which is 210 mm (8.27") wide and 0.32 cm header and 2 cm footer.

  4. The methods used in completing the implementation of community service are written in this section. This section contains the target audience, activity locations, methods used, activity evaluation, activity materials. This section also contains complete information for readers if they want to do the same thing. Materials used must be explained origin and quantity. Methods of work and data analysis must be written clearly and concisely. Modifications and working methods that have been published, it is enough to mention the source and explain the modified part. When using a statistical test, it is sufficient to write down the method, for example RCBD or Factorial.

  5. The Research/Service Results section contains the findings of research/community service where research/service data relates to hypotheses. Please check all images in your manuscript, both on screen and in the printed version. When examining a printed version of an image, make sure that: (1) the colors are of good resolution, (2) the image is clear, (3) all labels on the image are legible.

  6. The conclusion provides a statement that what is expected as stated in the "INTRODUCTION", "IMPLEMENTATION METHODS" section and in the end can produce part of the "RESULTS AND DISCUSSION", so that there is conformity. In addition, prospects for developing research results and prospects for implementing further studies in the future (based on results and discussion) can also be added. Conclusions can be in the form of paragraphs, and do not use bullet points or numbering or bullets.

  7. The main references are reputable International/National journals and proceedings. All references must be from the most relevant, up-to-date sources and the minimum reference is 15 entries (for original research papers) and 50 entries (for review/survey papers). References are written in IEEE style. A more complete guide can be accessed at (http://ipmuonline.com/guide/refstyle.pdf). Use a tool like EndNote, Mendeley, or Zotero for reference management and formatting, and choose an IEEE style

  8. Please download our template for detail information.