Focus and Scope

The Journal of Nobel Medical College (JoNMC)is published biannually by the Researcyh and Publication Unit of the Nobel Medical College, Biratnagar. The JoNMC publishes original articles in the field of medicine and allied sciences. Contributions are accepted for publication on the condition that their substance has not been published or submitted for publication elsewhere.

The JoNCM does not hold itself responsible for statements made by contributors. Published articles become the property of the JoNMC and cannot be published elsewhere, in full or in part, without the written permission of the Editor.

Types of articles
Articles are invited for the following sections

  • Review articles
  • Original Research Articles
  • Case Reports
  • Brief Communications
  • Letters to the editor

All articles except Letters to the Editor will be peer-reviewed.

Peer Review Process

Research papers will undergo a double blind peer-review process and normally are not expedited.

All review articles are subject to the this review process.

Normally the review process takes 30-45 days for the first review and if the paper comes under revision and if the revised manuscript is sent for the review again, another 15-30 days is consumed. so in total 90 days on average is spent from the initial submission to acceptance of the paper.

The submissions are sent to two reviewers initially but if the opinion of the  reviewers is contradictory regarding regarding consideration of publication, then it is sent to the third reviewer.

At the discretion of the Editor, short communications receive very rapid review and, if acceptable, are published within an average of 2 months from receipt.

Subscription Charges for Print Issues

Annual N.Rs. 200/-
Per copy N.Rs. 150/-

SAARC Countries:
Annual N.Rs. 200/-
Per copy N.Rs. 200/-

Other Countries:
Annual US$ 30/-
Per copy US$ 20/-

Publication Frequency

The journal publishes two issues a year.

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.