DB Varsity’s fourth journal published

JournalAssam Don Bosco University (ADBU) has brought out its fourth international journal, Journal of Applied and Fundamental Sciences.

“It is an international peer reviewed journal devoted to the publications of original, significant and current scientific research findings and quality review articles in both fundamental and applied Sciences,” says Editor in Chief Dr Samrat Dey.

Dr Dey insists, “The journal is committed to scientific correspondence and commentaries, news and views, comments on published research papers, opinions on scientific activity, interviews with scientists, and book reviews.”

Special issues of the journal will focus on conference proceedings, and other specialized topics.

The first issue of the journal has 22 papers in total.

Dr Dey adds, “Scientists of the stature of Robert J. Buenker, Bergische Universität Wuppertal, Germany, Robert L. Price, University of South Carolina, USA, and other international and national geniuses have agreed to be the members of the advisory board of JAFS and offer their help.”

E-version of the journal is available at: http://journals.dbuniversity.ac.in/ojs/index.php/JFAS

The editorial team consists of Dr Samrat Dey (Editor in Chief) and his group of Editors (Dr Monmoyuri Baruah, Dr Nibedita Kapil and Dr Kanan Ojah).

Articles for publication in the journal could be send to jafs@dbuniversity.ac.in

Other three ADBU journals published since 2013 are: Journal of Northeast Indian Cultures, The Journal of Development Practice, and ADBU Journal of Engineering Technology.

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