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Computer application. Merely descriptive and popular articles will not be accepted.
The author(s) are responsible for making sure that they have not duplicated an article
already published or accepted. Authors should certify on the cover page of the
manuscript that the material is not published, copyrighted, accepted or under review
elsewhere. The publishers or the editorial board will not be legally liable towards any
dispute arising from the publication of such article in terms of originality etc., and the
authors are solely liable for such an eventuality.
The first author must be a subscriber to the CJR at the time of publication.
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with or without stating any reason explicitly.
The Editorial Committee may reject any paper that is not in agreement with the editorial
policy of CJR. Papers that may cause disharmony in the society will not be accepted.
The Editorial Committee will arrange for peer review of the article and modify the
format and content on the basis of the review. However, the revised and edited version
will be sent to the author with option to either resubmit for publication or withdraw it.
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The manuscripts should normally not exceed 3000 words including figures and tables,
typed in 1.5 line space, printed in 12-point Times New Roman font on 8.5" x 11" (A-4)
size papers with 1.5 inch margin on all four sides.
Two copies of the manuscript should be submitted.
The cover page should contain title of the paper, author’s name, designation, official
ad d r ess, co ntact ad d r ess, p ho ne/fax numb er s and e-mail ad d r ess. Also , a
non-mathematical abstract of about 200 words should be submitted along with the
The manuscript should not contain footnotes.
References should be placed at the end of the manuscript. The list should mention
only those sources cited in the text of the manuscript. Author’s name should be the
same as in the original source. For example:
A.Verma, T.Kochan and R.D.Lansbury(ed) (1995), Growing Asia: Changing
Trends in Employment and Industrial Relations, London: Routledge.
Gupta, Amitabh (1991),“An Empiricial Study of Weak Level Efficiency in
India.” M.Phil. Dissertation, University of Delhi. Delhi.
Book reviews must provide the following details and in this order: Name of author/title
for book reviewed/place of publication/publisher/year of publication/number of pages,
in Roman and Arabic figures to include preliminary pages/and price, with binding
specifications as such as paperback and hardback. For example:
Udai Pareek , Training Instruments for Human Resources Development,
New Delhi, Tata-Mcgraw Hill, 1997, Xi+625 pp.
Journal envisages not charging any processing fee or paying any honorarium to authors,
for the time being. Unaccepted manuscripts will be returned on request.
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may now exist or hereafter be discovered, will vest with CIMAT Journal of Research.
Authors, apart from hardcopy, should also send a copy of the contribution in
MS-Word Times New Roman font by e-mail to: the Editor. The hardcopy and electronic
files must match exactly, word to word.
Acceptance of papers for publication shall be informed through e-mail or through
Manuscripts should be sent along with the authorization letter in favor of the Editor-
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author on separate sheet. The Editor-in-Chief, upon recommendation of Editorial
Board, makes the final decision on publication.
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The initials followed by the last name of each author.
The name of the department(s) and institution(s) to which the work should
The name and address of author to whom proofs, queries and requests
should be sent
A short running title (not exceeding 5-6 words).
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The second page should carry a structured abstract of not
more than 150 words. It should be written for the readership of both clinicians and
basic investigators and should state the hypothesis or central question of the study
or investigation, source of data, observational and analytical methods, the main findings,
and a final statement of the principal conclusions.
It should commence on separate page and should briefly review the
current state of knowledge strictly concerning the topic of the paper. It should also
make a clear statement on the reasons for undertaking the study being reported and
what it hoped to achieve. No mention should be made of the results obtained or
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Checklist for Submission of Manuscript
One copy of typescript of the articles on A-4 size paper and a soft copy in CD.
Name and address of author responsible for correspondence about the manuscript
including the highest degree and affiliations of each author.
Abstract (up to 150 words) along with 3-6 key words
Running title (5-6 words)
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illustration is cited in the text. Submit the legends on a separate sheet in the manuscript.
Check all references for accuracy and completeness. Put reference in the proper format
in numerical order, making sure each is cited in the text.