About the Journal

Focus and Scope

DMC Journal is published by the Diktel Multiple Campus, Research Management Cell. The aim of journal is:

  • to support and  foster the academic writing and research work of faculties
  • to develop of skills of academic writing in students
  • to link daily classroom teaching and learning with research and academic work
  • to develop the campus as the centre of research.

Publication Frequency

DMC Journal is published annually.

Open Access Policy

DMC 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.

Price for Hard Copies

NRs 400

Peer Review Policy

The editorial board of the DMC Journal selects suitable reviewers based on their expertise in fields of study connected to the manuscript under consideration.The expert peer reviewers are then given the manuscripts, and they are required to review the articles in accordance with their code of ethics within a week. Additionally, they have to prepare and submit a review report while taking into consideration the review writing criteria. After that, an expert or specialists examine the grammar and format of the selected articles. Finally, the accepted articles are edited for grammatical, punctuation, print style and format errors and page proofs and are sent to the corresponding author who should return them within three days.

Single blind method is used for peer review.

The Chief Editor ultimately decides whether to approve or reject the article based on recommendations provided by the editorial board and peer reviewers.

Sources of Support

The following are the sources of support for the publication.

  • Sale of hard copies
  • Each member of Research Management Cell's members have to charge NRs 1000/- per year
  • Financial support of Alumni
  • Establishment of permanent fund (near future)
  • Subscription


DMC Journal is published by the Research Management Cell, Diktel Multiple Campus, Diktel Rupakot Majhuwagadhi-2, Khotang, Nepal.