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Call For Research Paper - April Issue - 2013

Authors are requested to submit the research/case study/survery/other papers for April 2013 issue before March 25, 2012. All the papers submitted after March 25 will be published in next IJSER issue(if not reviewed before online publication of April 2013 issue).Authors can submit the papers using online submission system. If you are not able to submit the paper using online system, you can simply email paper to

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Research Paper Publishing - Submission Deadline

There is no specific deadline for paper submission. Because IJSER is a bi-monthly publication and if a submission doesn't fit in the current issue then it will be considered for the next issue.

Peer Review Process

IJSER is a journal for research/survery/case study papers dealing with any area of science and engineering system. The purpose of establishing the scientific journal is the assistance in development of science, operative publication and storage of materials and results of scientific researches and representation of the scientific conception of the society.

All published journal papers are refereed by the international competent researchers and scientists. Therefore, a full double - blind international refereeing process is used in which :
-Papers are sent to reviewers for their peer review process.
-The reviewers' recommendations determine whether a paper will be accepted / accepted subject to change / subject to resubmission with significant changes / rejected.

For papers which require changes, the same reviewers will be used to ensure that the quality of the revised paper is acceptable. The most important parts of your review are the written comments that will be transmitted to the author. On the review form, please give a straightforward assessment of the importance of the ideas and/or results presented in the paper. Your written comments should provide a thorough technical appraisal of the reported work. If the manuscript contains information that will be of interest to journal, please indicate those parts of the manuscript that should be corrected before publication. Reviewers are also encouraged to suggest ways to improve the paper, even if it is acceptable in its original form.
All papers are refereed, and IJSER reserves the right to refuse any typescript, whether on invitation or otherwise, and to make suggestions and/or modifications before publication.

How To Write A Research Paper?

By : Benjamin Williams
Submitted 2010-10-11 16:39:40
This three-part article will explain the steps that will help you write a high school, college or university research paper. Research techniques and processes can differ from person to person, what works for some may not work for others. Nevertheless, when students ask how to write a research paper there is set of steps that proved to be effective and helpful.
Most college and university instructors agree that bestresearch papers are written when a student has a personal interest in the topic. Deeply-seeded appreciation of the particular subject matter transforms into clearer thesis, a better structure, and vivid presentation. When the research paper topics are not mandatory by your instructor, you can brainstorm for research paper ideas by examining your own interests, hobbies, or future goals.
Your choice of a suitable research subject is often determined by whether or not you are interested in reading or investigating. Investigating the primary sources puts you in the role of a detective and is best paired with the subject that you have developed an intimate preference. Working with secondary sources is allows you to see the larger picture by analyzing what others have said about your topic.
The typical college paper involves the latter; you are expected to do a fair share of library research. Many students who are wondering how to write a research paper also need to be critical on the topic choice. Not only it should be interesting, it also must be suitable for college or university level. Some subjects are not worth investigating; they are too trivial, merely factual, or too routine. Others are often too new or current for a conclusive study.


After you have decided on a subject, the next step is to read a general, authoritative article from a trusted source, such as Encyclopedia Britannica. It is always best to start with an overview and then work your way down to details. Time and time again, this approach proved to be the most effective way to start writing a research paper. One of the immediate benefits of doing this is that you will immediately understand whether you want to pursue that topic or not. You will also learn what information to look for next. Look for the ideas that prompt you to ask why or how they are true or in what specific way they must be true. These ideas will provide a basis upon which you will formulate a temporary thesis and temporary outline.


After you have found a general subject and have read a general article for background, you must next decide how to write a thesis statement on the topic you have chosen. Just as the creative artist is lead to make a final statement of truth about some aspect of life by observing and selecting from the myriad details of life's experiences, so you, as a researcher, must be able to crystallize a statement of truth by observing and selecting significant details from the wealth of material you will find on your topic. This truth, stated in a simple sentence, provides you with a thesis statement. It is a statement of your opinion, a conclusion that, from what you have read, you have reason to believe can be proven, but that you are scholar enough to discard or alter later if you uncover facts that prove it invalid.
A good thesis statement never is a preconceived notion or a personal prejudice that you could prove only by distorting or ignoring facts, nor is it the statement of indisputable fact about which further investigation would reveal nothing. It must express and idea that is arguable or debatable or one that demands further explanation. Because it is an idea, it must be expressed as a full sentence, never just a phrase. Although at this point writing a thesis statement is necessarily result in a temporary draft because you have not accumulated all the available facts yet, it does provide you with an angle of vision from which you can continue your research.
It is important to limit your thesis writing as soon as possible so that, within the limits of the time in which you have to work and the projected or assigned length of the finished paper, the truth of that thesis statement can be investigated thoroughly. No factor is more often responsible for a poor research paper than is the failure to limit a thesis. It is obvious that the less area you try to cover, the more depth you can explore and the more valuable your finished paper will be. As you do your research paper, you will probably keep narrowing your thesis statement and limiting the scope of your research to express an idea that can be thoroughly and realistically handled within the space limitation of your paper.
One way to help you with writing a thesis statement is to make a very short, research paper outline listing in sentence form the main ideas that you hope to develop in order to prove your thesis. Then look to see if any one of those points might serve as thesis as itself. Continue to go through that process until you feel you have limited your thesis as much as possible. Although this thesis is necessarily a temporary one because you have not accumulated all the available facts yet, it does provide you with an angle of vision from which you can continue your research. You now know how you are going to focus on your subject and how you are going to select the material for your research. You are ready now to formulate a research paper outline.