Manuscript Processing fee
All manuscripts submitted to the ASSIRJ
journal are subjected to a Manuscript Processing Fee. Research article publishing is not without occurring costs and the costs have been steadily increasing. To cover part of the publication cost, the journal will charge manuscript-processing fees, to be paid by the authors or their affiliated research institutions. The publication fee will be used to cover part of the occurring expenses associated with manuscript processing, editorial work flow, typesetting, proofreading, printing, online-hosting, and archiving. Authors or their affiliated research institutions are required to pay Rupees (No Publication fee till next announcement)
and for international authors USD (No Publication fee till next announcement)
per article from all countries. When submitting a manuscript, it will be processed with an understanding that the corresponding authors fully agree to pay all manuscript-processing fees upon acceptance. The author who submits the manuscript to the ASSIRJ
journal is fully responsible for the manuscript-processing fees. Accepted peer-reviewed manuscripts will not be processed and forwarded to production until all fees are paid in full to the publisher. Publisher will issue an invoice of manuscript-processing fees after a manuscript has been accepted for publication. Corresponding author will be asked to submit a signed Copyright Transfer Agreement (CTA) along with manuscript processing fee. Open Access:
ASSIRJ is organized as a non-governmental organization (NGO) which is a not-for-profit organization that is independent from states and international governmental organizations. So, when a manuscript is accepted for publication, authors are required to pay publication fee as open access fee. It is based on the ASSIRJ board of directors decision.
The ASSIRJ journal have no article submission charges. The fee can be paid by using following transaction systems and further details (for bank transfer) will be sent to the corresponding authors on the acceptance of manuscripts.