Submission Guidelines

A paper is a good paper if it covers a worthwhile subject and is effectively written. The system used by reviewers is therefore divided into criteria related to the subject matter and standards of effective writing. It should be obvious that the more reader interest, importance, originality, and reference value a paper has, the more it deserves to be published. Similarly, a paper that is clearly written, is concise, sticks to its subject, and does a good job of analyzing and developing the subject is better than one that does not. A paper that brings the reader up to date on what has been previously written is of more value to the reader than one that does not. Finally, a paper that meets all the IAS requirements for writing technical papers as to format, illustrations, and tables is better for the reader and more deserving of being published than a paper that does not meet all of these requirements. Reviewers are asked to judge the paper on each of several criteria. The overall score that the paper receives is the summary of the scores for all of these criteria.

 “Plagiarism is a threat to scholarly publishing in general and to any publication program in particular. Originality of the submitted work can be assured through plagiarism screening and rejection of suspected material.”

All papers will be included in Conference proceeding.Recommended good quality papers will be included in reputed journal.

  • Paper Should be submitted in given sample format.
  • Research work and conent of paper should be original and new.
  • Paper should not contain plagiarism.
  • Submit paper in .Doc or .Docx format only.
  • After Acceptance of paper send your camera ready paper in pdf format.
  • One Author can submit atmost 4 papers.Either author is first author or second,third,fourth, it will be counted as one paper.

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