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Expert Members (External)
Prof. T. Satyanarayana, Deptt. of Microbiology, Delhi University (South Campus), Delhi
Prof. S. S. Sandhu, Deptt. of Biological sciences, R.D. University, Jabalpur (M.P.)
Prof. Manoj K. Harbala, Deptt of Physics, I.I.T., Kanpur – 208016 (U.P.)
Prof. A. K. Rai, Deptt. of Physics, Allahabad University – 211 002 (U.P.)
Prof. Man Bhupinder Singh Bhoop, Faculty of Pharmacy Sciences, Punjab University
Prof. R. S. Gaud, Faculty of Pharmacy Sciences, SVKM , Narsee Monjee Institute of management Studies
(Deemed University) ,Mumbai – 400 056 (M.S.)
Prof. Vishnu Bhat , Deptt. of Botany, Delhi University, Delhi – 1100007
Prof. Se won Park, Department of Molecular Bio Technology, Konkuk University
Hwayang-Dong, Gwanjgin- Gu Seoul, Korea Republic- 147003
Prof. Mrs. Krishna Misra, Deptt. of Chemistry, Allahabad University – 211 002
Prof. D. S. Pandey ,Deptt. of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, B.H.U., Varanasi (U.P.)
Prof. Mukesh Kumar, Deptt. of Forensic Science, Punjabi university, Patiala.
Dr. B. R. Sharma, Ex-Director CFSL (Chandigarh & Shimla), Panchkula, Haryana
Prof. R. M. Sharma, Deptt. of Forensic Science, Punjabi University, Patiala (Punjab)
Prof. A. K. Dikshit , Deptt. of Geography, DDU, Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur (U.P.)
Prof. R. N. Mishra , Deptt. of Geography, Rajasthan University, Jaipur, (Raj.)
Prof. N. Kumar , Deptt. of Maths, Faculty of science, B.H.U., Varanasi (U.P.)
Prof. P. N. Pandey, Deptt. of Mathematics, University of Allahabad, ALLAHABAD
Prof. J . P. Shrivastava, Deptt. of Geology, Delhi University, Delhi – 1100007
Prof. K. L. Sharivastava, Deptt. of Geology, JNV University, Jodhpur (Raj.)
INSTRUCTIONS TO CONTRIBUTORS
Madhya Bharti Research Journal of Science
The bi-annual Journal started in 1952 bears ISSN number 0972-7434 (National Institute of Science Communication and Information Resources, NISCAIR). It is an official journal of Dr. Harisingh Gour Vishwavidyalaya, Sagar (formerly University of Sagar) and aims to serve as a platform for information exchange among scientific fraternity. Original research articles, reviews on frontiers of science and technology, and industrial applications are invited for publication as per following details:
Book reviewsand announcements, brief reports by authors on inventions and discoveries of scientific, technological and industrial research are also covered.
General: Use SI units throughout, and where other units are used for some reason, give equivalent SI units in parenthesis.
Title: Should be short, sufficiently informative and useful for indexing and retrieval purposes. A short running title may also be provided.
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Results and Discussion: Results should be coherently presented and appropriately linked to tables, figures and other illustrations, but restricted to bare minimum. The section should also compare findings with those of others, as deemed necessary by the authors, and its relevance be discussed to the problem tackled, in particular, and for the branch of science, in general.
Any weakness of the study undertaken, or any other peculiarity must also be pointed out. New findings, new interpretations, etc. should be clearly spelt out, and also confirmation of important concepts, models, theorems, etc. should be indicated. Present data according to standard formats as dictated by the experimental design and the data analysis carried out.
Conclusions(150 words) :Describe main findings of the investigations reported in the paper.
Acknowledgements: It should be brief and meaningful.
References: The literature as referred to in the text should be put under this section and be numbered sequentially in the order of its first use or mention in the text e.g. (1,2,3). Indicate sources (references) in the text as superscript Arabic serial numbers. Abbreviate journal names as given in the International Serial Catalogue (published by International Council of Scientific Union's Abstracting Board) without the use of any period ('.'). Examples are given below for illustration:
Liotta R, Rose K, Krishnan P K & Ghosal A, Creep compliance properties of steel cast in space, J Mater Sci, 18 (1999) 243-256.
N V, Bakhetia D R C & D'Souza L, The ultimate form of power function as derived from fractional derivatives, Proc Int Conf Appl Math Stat (Iowa State University Press, Iowa) 2000, 224-229.
Books or Book Chapters
Hearle J W S & Peters R H, Fibre Structure (Academic Press, London) 1987, 87-123. [If the reference is to a work of an author published in a book by another author, the fact should be indicated by prefixing ' in' appropriately].
Roels O A & Mahadevan S, Vitamin A, in The Vitamins: Chemistry, Pathology and Methods, 2nd edn,
Vol. VI, edited P Gyorgy & W N Pearson (Academic Press, New York) 1967, 139-210.
Kapoor B C, Managing in the face of not-so-developed and organized environment, in Nat Symp Manag Dev (Institute of Public Administration, Jaipur) 23-25 July 2000.
Theses and Dissertations
Ghosh G, Structure and fracture properties of coal in India, Ph D Thesis, Indian Coal Mining Institute,
Dhanabad, India, 1998.
Trepaginer J H, New surface finishings and coatings, US Patent 1276323
DuPont Inc, USA) 27 June 2000; Chem Abstr, 49 (2000) 27689
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