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Global Journal of Engineering, Design & Technology

  • Frequency: Bi -Monthly
  • ISSN 2319 – 7293
  • Website: gifre.org
     
 
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Submitting your manuscript to Global Journal of Engineering, Design & Technology (GJEDT) means that your work has not been published anywhere else in any other journal, book or in a book chapter, be it printed or online (except in the form of an abstract or an academic thesis). The editor(s) of journal have the right to edit or to alter all contributions, but authors of the submitted work will receive proof before the publication of their work. Manuscripts should be typed in MS Word and must be sent only via this e-mail: [email protected] by mentioning the name of journal in the subject line. For any queries, write us an e-mail and we will respond to you back sooner than soon.

A. GENERAL GUIDELINES

We only accept the manuscript(s) written in English. Authors are allowed to use both American and British version of English but one style must be constant.

B. STRUCTURE OF THE MANUSCRIPT(S)

1. Title of the paper
2. Name of Authors and affiliations (with author(s) email)
3. Abstract (Maximum 150 words)
4. Keywords (Maximum five words)
5. Introduction - including motivation, aims and overview etc.
6. Main body - explanation of methods, data used, instrumentation, results and discussion etc.
7. Conclusions
8. Acknowledgement (If any)
9. References

C. GUIDELINES FOR MANUSCRIPT(S)

Authors should adopt the following criteria(s) for writing their manuscript(s).

Title: Title case, Bold, All Capitals, size -14
Author(s) Name: Times New Roman, size -11
Affiliations, addresses, e-mail addresses: Times New Roman, size - 9
Abstract: Times New Roman, size - 10
Keywords: Times New Roman, size -9
Body Text: Times New Roman, Size-10, Single Spaced, Justify both sides,
First Line of all Paragraphs indented, No Line Breaks between paragraphs
Paragraph Spacing: Above paragraph – 0 pt, below paragraph – 4 pt
Heading 1: Times New Roman, Size-12, Bold, for example, 1. Introduction
Heading 2: Times New Roman, Size-10, Italic, for example, 1.1 Leadership
References: Times New Roman, size -9
Page Setup: Margins: Top & Bottom: 0.7 inch
Left: 0.9 inch, Right: 0.6 inch
Header/Footer: 0.4 inch each
Paper: Portrait, A4 size (8.27 inch x 11.69 inch)
Photographs: JPG and GIF format only and Inserted immediately after the citation in the text.
Table(s): Times New Roman, Font size-10 and Inserted immediately after the citation in the text and table titles are to be above the table.
Figure(s): Figure captions should be placed below the figure.

D. INSTRUCTIONS ABOUT TITLE PAGE

Title page is generally a separate page and come before the text of the manuscript. It should include following details in the given format & sequence:

Type the Title of Paper
First Author1, Second Author2, Third Author3
1. Department (Optional), Name of Organization, State, Country Email address
2. Department (Optional), Name of Organization, State, Country Email address
3. Department (Optional), Name of Organization, State, Country Email address

E. REFERENCES

List
At the end of the manuscript, references must be arranged in the alphabetical sequence. If there are more than one reference from the same author(s) in the same year then it must be identified using the letters “a”, “b”, “c”, etc., which is written right after the year of publication.

Reference Examples:
Single Author
Daney, S. (2005). Justice Beyond Borders: A Global Political Theory. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Multiple Authors
Bhasin, Pamla, & Khan, Mighat. (1986). Some Questions on Feminism and its Relevance in South Asia. New Delhi: Kali for Women.

Chapter in Edited Volume
Matthew, K.S. (1992). Cuddalore in the Eighteenth Century. In I. Banga (Ed.), Ports and their Hinterlands in India, 1700−1950, pp. 77−87. New Delhi: Manohar.

Journal Article
Bassett, D.K. (1989). British “Country” trade and local trade networks in the Thai and Malay states c.1680−1770. Modern Asian Studies, 23(4), pp. 625−643.

Contribution to a Conference
Gwetu, Thando D. (2004, July). Patterns and Trends of Urbanization in Botswana and Policy Implications for Sustainability. Paper presented at ‘City Futures: An International Conference on Globalism and Urban Change’, held at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Retrieved from http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/cityfutures/papers/webpapers/cityfuturespapers/session3_3/3_3patterns.pdf

Report
Brunk, A.C. (n.d.). Balodgahan Village (Manuscript IV-17-21, Box 28, Charitable Institutions, fol. 1). Goshen, Indiana: AAMC.

Electronic Document
Centre for Science and Environment. (2003). Sacred Groves: Last Refuge. Down to Earth, Electronic document. Retrieved from http://www.cseindia.org/dte-supplement/forest20031231/sacred_disconnect.htm. Accessed 26 June 2005.

Unpublished Thesis
Iliffe, John. (1988). The Socio-economic and Political History of the Herero of Mahalapye, Central District, 1922-1984 (Unpublished BA thesis). Department of History, University of Botswana.

F. PUBLICATION PROCESS

1. After receiving author(s) manuscript, the author will receive a confirmation e-mail within one or two working days. If you have trouble in receiving or finding confirmation e-mail, kindly check your junk e-mails folder or put your complaints to the editor of the journal via e-mail.

2. We are using double blind peer-review system in which identity of author(s) remain anonymous to the reviewers (and vice versa) to make the review process fair. The review process may take 07 days to 10 days.

3. If reviewer(s) recommend some changes then author(s) revise the article and pay publication fee as mentioned below:

Category Fee
Indian Author (s) Rs. 1500
International Author(s) USD 60

* Global Journal of Engineering, Design & Technology (GJEDT) is an online journal and thus author(s) should not expect the printed copies of the journal.

 

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