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Aims and Scope
Many case studies, and research works on Environmental Science related area have been carried out by academic institutions all across the world. In this context, TU-CDES has realized that documenting the findings of its students and that of its Faculties’ works as well as those of other institutions on related research topics will be a contribution to the knowledge generating and sharing process. Thus, the Department has come up with the publication of Nepal Journal of Environmental Science (Nep J Environ Sci) as an attempt to participate in the above mentioned missions.
Authors are required to transfer their copyright to the Central Department of Environmental Sciences (CDES).
Authors are requested to send the names of three potential reviewers after the submission of the articles. The names of reviewers are selected in the meeting of editorial board. Two reviewers are assigned for each article. Articles (without name of the authors) are sent to reviewers along with evaluation sheet. In this context, reviewers are requested to review the paper and sent it within fifteen days. Looking after the evaluation sheet sent by reviewers, emails are sent to author’s whether the paper is rejected or needs to be improved.
The NJES is published annually.
Subscription to Print Copies
Hard copies are charged as Rs.500 per volume. Subscription can be done through the publisher, Central Department of Environmental Science Tribhuvan University
Open Access Policy
This journal provides immediate open access to its online content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
NJES is published by Tribhuvan University, Central Department of Environmental Sciences
Sources of Support
NJES is supported by sale of hard copies and institutional funds from Central Department of Environmental Sciences