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About the Journal
Focus and Scope
This journal offers a scholarly forum for researchers and academicians to exchange their theories, research findings and methods. It aims at boosting an academic environment in and around the institution.
Adarsha Multiple Campus Journal (AMC Journal) is a platform for high quality peer-reviewed academic journal in education, humanities, social sciences and management.
AMC Journal is a product of contribution from authors and peer reviewers. It follows best practices on publication ethics outlined in the COPE Code of Conduct. Editors work to ensure timely decisions after initial submission (September) every year and publication if a manuscript is accepted.
Upon publication articles are immediately available to the public. The final version of the journal or article can immediately posted to an institutional repository or to the authors’ email.
Considering the sustainability of the RMC and the AMC Journal a reasonable price will be charged to individual and institutional readers.
From second year onwards, every article received will be sent to the peer reviewers. The cost of the peer review will be charged from the respective authors in advance. All authors will be provided feedback in both cases. Only accepted articles will be forwarded for further process. The publisher will not consider the article for publication if the author hesitates to comply with prescribed format or does not follow the instructions of the editorial team.
The journal is published annually.
Language of Publication
The articles in the journal are published in Nepali and English.
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.
Peer Review Process
Adarsha Multiple Campus (AMC) Journal employs a double-blind peer-review process. All the manuscripts will be thoroughly reviewed by expert peer reviewers. A grid will be provided for the reviewer to ease the process of review. The publisher urges the reviewers to be mindful of the nature of the research and apply corresponding quality standards in judging the merit of the submitted manuscripts as per the call for articles (which is provided to reviewer). The reviewer’s name is withheld from the author and the author’s name from the reviewer. Each manuscript is reviewed by at least one reviewer. With a view to ensuring the norm of double-blind peer review, the editorial team expects the author(s) to maintain anonymity for referencing previously undertaken by author(s) in citations and references. The editorial team will remove identifying information, such as name of author(s), file name and properties from the submitted file deliberately. The authors are not expected to include funding sources and acknowledgements in the first-time submitted file. When the paper is accepted by the editorial board, all necessary information should be included by author(s) while incorporating feedback received from the peer reviewers. Furthermore, all manuscripts are reviewed as rapidly as possible. The peer reviewers are expected to maintain secrecy of their assignment in any situation. If the editors know any malpractice, the article and reviewed work will not be approved. Accepted manuscripts will be published (printed form). Printed copy can be found at Adarsha Multiple Campus, Gajuri 1, Dhading.
Authors are required to transfer their copyright to Research Management Cell (RMC), Adarsha Multiple Campus, Gajuri-1, Dhading, Nepal.
All rights reserved. This journal is a Research Management Cell (RMC) publication.
Publisher and Sources of Support
The AMC Journal is published and supported by the Research Management Cell (RMC), Adarsha Multiple Campus, Gajuri-1, Dhading, Nepal.