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About the Journal
Focus and Scope
Global biodiversity has an anthropogenic threat. Sustainable management of biodiversity is itself a challenging task in the modern era. It is more challenging in the case of developing countries like Nepal. Our knowledge on flora and fauna is limited due to limited budget and enthusiasm. In this context, the results of various research works on micro-organism, plant, animal and environment disseminated through this journal would be a positive response to the global threat of climate change by reducing the effects of human activities on environment. Thus, the journal not only helps enhance and share knowledge on the importance of biodiversity among scholars, researchers and scientists, but it also helps to conserve and manage the biological diversity of Nepal.
ZOO-Journal (ZJ) is a peer reviewed journal of Zoology and Environmental Sciences, which is jointly published by Department of Zoology and Zoological Society Pokhara (ZOOSOP) under Prithvi Narayan Campus, Tribhuvan University, Pokhara, Nepal. Published annually since 2010, the journal has been a scholarly platform to share scientific knowledge in the areas of biological sciences such as Zoology, Botany and Environment. Please visit our ejournal site here: https://ejournals.pncampus.edu.np/
The aim of ZOO-Journal is to publish original research articles, book reviews, short communications, Seminar / Symposium / Conference reports in the field of Zoology (Zoo-biodiversity and conservation, Ecology, Parasitology, Entomology, Ichthyology- Fish and Fisheries etc.) and Environmental Sciences.
It aims to serve Zoologists (Zoo-biodiversity exports and Conservationists, Ecologists, Parasitologists, Entomologists, Ichthyologists etc.).
Frequency of Publication
The journal is published annually.
Open Access Policy
ZOO-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.
The articles in ZOO-Journal are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
Membership subscription Information:
Student member: Rs. 150.00
General (Annual) member: Rs. 500.00
Life member: Rs. 3000.00
Institutional member: Rs. 5000.00
Distinguished member: Rs. 5000.00
Treasurer: Rajendra Basaula
Department of Zoology,
Prithvi Narayan Campus,
Tribhuwan University and Zoological Society Pokhara Nepal (ZOOSOP)
Peer Review Process
All papers received will be sent to reviewers for peer review. The editorial board will notify the acceptance, need for revision or rejection of the article. One or two reviewers are involved per paper, a review takes a maximum 30 or 40 days, it is single or double blind and editorial board makes the final decision on including a submission for publication.
Zoological Society Pokhara Nepal (ZOOSOP), established in 2007/2008 is a professional organization which aims to provide a common forum for the teachers, scientists, technologists and researchers scattered at various institutions and organizations in the country. The main objectives of the society are to study, identify, and develop methods for sustainable use and conservation of biodiversity; to communicate with national and international institutions/ organizations as well as to coordinate the concerned activities; to organize/ participate in national and international workshops, seminars, conferences etc. and to publish books, journals etc.
Sources of Support
Institutional funds from Prithvi Narayan Campus, T.U., Pokhara provides partial financial support. The sale of hard copies and membership subscription are other financial sources.
ZOO-Journal is published by the Department of Zoology and Zoological Society Pokhara, Nepal (ZOOSOP), Prithvi Narayan Campus, Tribhuwan University, Pokhara, Nepal.