Page Charge

 

Notice:

Page charges are required for publication in all Journals (as of 01/02/2017). These cover some of the costs of publication and allow us to more fairly share charges between researchers and libraries. Please be aware that our journals do not receive direct funding from any external agencies. Support from page charges allows lower subscription prices and thus a greater circulation for the journals. Page charge instruction will be sent automatically on acceptance of a manuscript for publication in the Journal. Prompt payment of charges will expedite the publication of the paper.

 

Authors can opt for any of the following two types of page charges

1. Regular Page Charge

2. Special Page Charge

 

Regular Page Charge

Regular page charge rates are available here. After the payment of 'Regular Page Charge' the author (s) will get following services/products

a. PDF copy of the published article as email attachment to corresponding author. 

b. Right to post the PDF copy of the published article in scholarly repositories (like researchgate, academia.edu,), pubmed, Arxiv and institutional repositories, personal webpage, etc. This right can not be used for any commercial activities.  

 

 

Special Page Charge

Special Page Charge rates are available here. After the payment of 'Special Page Charge' the author (s) will get following services/products

a. PDF copy of the paper as email attachment

b. One Journal hard copy (B&W)

c. Free handling, shipping and international postage.

d. Right to post the PDF copy of the published article in scholarly repositories (like researchgate, academia.edu,), pubmed, Arxiv and institutional repositories, personal webpage, etc. This right can not be used for any commercial activities.  ​

 

Apart from page charge NO other charge is required for the above mentioned services. Additional journal copies and reprints can be ordered separately.

 

Sample calculation of page number: Please use Arial font, 10 size, 2.54 cm all side margin and single line spacing during manuscript formatting. Page number counting includes table, figure, references, etc. For a normal manuscript (with figures and tables) generally 530-550 words require one printed page. So if a manuscript has 2700 words, it will take approx. 5 printed pages of the journal. But this formula changes little bit as per the nature of the manuscript. 

 

(last updated on 01/02/2017 and applicable from 01/02/2017).