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The Journal publishes the original contributions, research outcomes and review papers relevant to the concerned areas in the field of Computational science and Engineering. This journal is peer reviewed by eminent experts in the field. It is an interdisciplinary journal directed towards academicians, policy makers, government, non-government organizations, and global business practitioners. We welcome the Conceptual and empirical studies with particular related themes. Only original articles may be submitted to this journal.
Please include in the copyright form (download form) that the paper is the author(s)'s original work, that neither this paper nor a version of it has been published elsewhere nor is being considered for publication elsewhere. Material published as part of this journal is copyrighted by Technical Committee of the Student National Symposium IR4.0. Any omissions and/or errors are the sole responsibility of the author(s).
Authors of accepted papers are required to follow all guidelines closely in order to preserve publication consistency in terms of style, appearance, and so forth. Spelling, grammar, and punctuation are the responsibility of the author(s). If authors fail to follow the guidelines mandated, the Editor reserves the right to withdraw the manuscript from publication in the Journal.
Style of Manuscript: All manuscripts must be typed in MS Word on 8.5" x 11" paper applying the Times New Roman 10-point font. Manuscripts are limited to 6-8 pages with all margins 1.00" each.
Title: A short title to the manuscript is preferred. Titles must be centered, typed in all capital letters, bolded, and utilize a 14 point Times New Roman font.
Author(s): Author information should immediately follow the title and be single-spaced, centered, and utilizes a 10 point Times New Roman font. Information for each author should be presented on a single and separate line that includes: First Name, Last Name, Institution, Country, and email.
Abstract: Begin your manuscript with an abstract of about 100 words, providing an overview of your research objectives, methodology, findings, etc. The title abstract should serve as a heading that is centered and double-spaced below the last author's name.
Keywords: At least six to ten keywords representing the complete subject content of the paper should be given.
Headings: Heading should be short, left justified, capitalized, bolded, and utilize a 10 point Times New Roman font.
Text/ Body: 10 point Times New Roman, no indentions. Paragraphs begin at the left margin and are justified.
Spacing: All text should be single-spaced, with a double space between paragraphs.
Tables and Figures: Tables and figures should be placed close to where they are cited, and the figures should more than 300 dpi. They should be centered and have proper numbering, headings, and other notations.
Illustrations: All figures (charts, diagrams, line drawings and photographs) should be of good quality. Illustrations should be numbered in order of their occurrences in the text with English numerals and with short descriptive captions. Lettering should remain legible after a reduction of 50-60 per cent. Scanned/photocopied images reproduced poorly should be avoided. Illustrations taken from other publications must be acknowledged.
Abbreviations: Non-standard abbreviations may be shown in brackets where they are first mentioned, and these abbreviations should be used whenever the same terms appear again in the text. Abbreviations should, however, be kept to a minimum.
Privacy Statement: The names and email addresses entered in this journal site will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of this journal and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party.
Plagiarism Policy: The plagiarism margin to accept the papers.
Acknowledgment and Source of funding: The Acknowledgements section is an important part of a research paper. Acknowledgements of specific contributions to your research. Maintaining formal language. Expressing respect and appreciation. Using the complete names and preferred name formats for individuals, funding agencies, libraries, businesses and other organizations.
Citations and References: The Journal follows contemporary APA formatting for citations and references. Proper citations must be provided. Only relevant sources should be cited and listed. Unlisted references should not be cited, and listed references must be cited within the body of the manuscript. Citations included within the text should consist of the author's last name and date of publication enclosed in parentheses. Example: (Al-Busaidi, 2016). Do not use footnotes in the text.
All materials cited should be listed in alphabetical order under the heading of references starting at the left margin. Do not number references. There should be a double space between the heading and the first reference listing and between all listings thereafter. However, each reference should be single-spaced. Page numbers must be provided in the reference section. Do not use endnotes. Please see some examples given below:
(i) Journal Article
Alkharusi, H., Aldhafri, S., Al-Hosni, K., Al-Busaidi, S., Al-Kharusi, B., Ambusaidi, A., & Alrajhi, M. (2017). Development and Validation of a Scale for Measuring Mathematics Teaching Self-Efficacy for Teachers in the Sultanate of Oman. International Journal of Instruction, 10(3), 143–158. doi: 10.12973/iji.2017.10310a (accessed on 5 December 2014).
The electronic sources should include the URL and date of access. Standard abbreviations as per the international standards should be used for the titles of periodicals. However, single and double word journal titles should be given in full.
Moran, A., & Toner, J. (2017). A critical introduction to sport psychology (3rd ed.). Routledge.
(iii) Chapter from a Book
Shah, T. H. (2018). Big data analytics in higher education. In S. M. Perry (Ed.), Maximizing social science research through publicly accessible data sets (pp. 38-61). IGI Global. https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-5225-3616-1.
(iv) Conference Paper
Blakey, N., Guinea, S., & Saghafi, F. (2017). Transforming undergraduate nursing curriculum by aligning models of clinical reasoning through simulation. In R. Walker & S. Bedford (Eds.), Research and Development in Higher Education: Vol. 40. Curriculum Transformation (pp. 25-37). Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia. http://www.herdsa.org.au/research-and-development-higher-education-vol-40-25 (accessed on 15 April 2015).
(v) Poster Presentation
Pearson, J. (2018, September 27-30). Fat talk and its effects on state-based body image in women [Poster presentation]. Australian Psychological Society Congress, Sydney, NSW, Australia. http://bit.ly/2XGSThP.
Ambiel, C., Adell, A., Sanguansri, P., Krause, D., Gamage, T., Garcia-Flores, R., & Juliano, P. (2019). Mapping Australian fruit and vegetable losses pre-retail. Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation. https://doi.org/10.25919/5d28d8ba0fad5
(vii) Standard & Patents
Bevitt, A. J. (2018). Litter, waste disposal and recycling app. (Australian Patent No. AU 2018100960). IP Australia. http://pericles.ipaustralia.gov.au/ols/auspat/applicationDetails.do? applicationNo=2018100960.
Dutta, Nandini. Changing ethos of library service in the new environment: A study of select special libraries in Delhi. University of Delhi. 2012. PhD Thesis. 372p. URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/28343.
Smith, G. (2018). Examining the impact of mindset and personality on athletes’ attitudes toward sports psychology consultants (Publication No. 10746190) [Doctoral dissertation, Drake University]. ProQuest Dissertations and Theses Global.
(x) Social Media
Australian Psychological Society. (n.d.). Home [Facebook page]. Facebook. Retrieved January 21, 2020, from https://www.facebook.com/AustralianPsychologicalSociety/
Speech Pathology Aus [@SpeechPathAus]. (n.d.). Tweets [Twitter profile]. Twitter. Retrieved January 21, 2020, from https://twitter.com/SpeechPathAus.
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Blind peer review process
Blind peer review by external referees who have the necessary subject expertise is the most common method to ensure manuscript quality for publication. Sometimes manuscripts are rejected without external peer review, to make use of their resources, some of the reasons include, that the manuscript does not fit into the scope of the journal, does not meet the quality requirements of the journal and lacks novelty and originality in terms of the submitted information.
Referees are normally selected either by the editor or by associate editor and in some cases the members of the editorial board to whom the task has been delegated.
Blind peer review process: Blind peer review is usually a very gifted scientific process, it needs a lot of time from scientists and global researches for whom time is a very precious commodity. Hence a backup must be ready with the editor in case one of the reviewers might opt to stay away from the peer review process.