Here's a list of submission preparations that authors should check before submitting the manuscript:

1. Publication Status: The manuscript has not been previously published, and is not being submitted to another journal. If it has been published or submitted to another journal, include an explanation in the Comments to the Editor.
2. File Format: The submission file should be an OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, or RTF document format.

3. Reference URL: If available, be sure to include URLs for references used in the manuscript.
4. Text Format: Ensure that the manuscript text is single-spaced, uses a size 12 font, uses italics for emphasis (except for URL addresses), and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed in the text at the appropriate point, not at the end of the manuscript.
5. Author Guidelines: Ensure that the manuscript text adheres to the style and bibliographic requirements outlined in the journal's Author Guidelines.

In addition, here are some specific guidelines that apply to the "Original Research Article" manuscript type:

1. Word Limit: The word limit is 4000 words, excluding abstracts, tables, figures, graphs, and references.
2. Authors and Institution: The author's name must be accompanied by the author's institution, institution address, and email address, without including academic titles and positions.
3. Abstract: Abstract of maximum 300 words.
4. Main Manuscript Structure: The article structure follows the IMRAD format (Introduction, Methods, Results, and Discussion).

5. References: No more than 60 references, following APA style, and using a reference management application.
6. Tables, Figures, and Graphs: No more than 7 tables, figures, and graphs, following the Illustration requirements found in the journal style guide.
7. Format Requirements: Apply the formatting guidelines found in the available Manuscript Templates.

In addition to those preparatory lists, make sure you adhere to the complete structure required for an "Original Research Article," including title, abstract, background, objectives, methods, results, discussion, conclusions, contributions, reference list, and a suffix such as acknowledgments.

All of these requirements are important to ensure that your manuscript meets the guidelines and standards required for publication in the journal in question.