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Focus and Scope
Shiksha Shastra Saurabh: The Journal of Educational Research publishes education-based research. It focuses on the changes in social, political and economic dimensions of educational policies. It also publishes articles which examin the linkage between sustainable development and education.
Frequency of Publication
The journal publishes one issue a year.
Open Access Policy
Shiksha Shastra Saurabh 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
The journal is peer reviewed. After receiving articles, they are broadly categorize according to the subject matter and language. After that our peer review team reviews each article based on their expertise, language, specialities and so on. For example, if the article is about English language teaching, it is sent to the member of peer review board who jspecialises in English Language on the review board. Generally, two reviewers review an article before finalizing for the publication. 15 days is allocated to review the one article from one reviewer as per our system. After the review that article is sent to the author with proper feedback and the author is given few weeks to make the final corrections. After receiving the article for the second time, the reviewer again studies it to check whether the feedback have been incorporated or not. Then two reviewers and editorial board decide whether it will be accepted for publication.
Sources of Support
Kathmandu Shiksha Campus and its Research Management Cell (RMC) manage the sources of support for the publication from their internal as well as external sources.
Shiksha Shastra Saurabh is published by the Research Management Cell (RMC) of the Kathmandu Shiksha Campus