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Volume 4, Issue 3, March 2013 , By Anuj Kumar Gupta
« on: April 12, 2014, 01:54:21 pm »
Being a part of the Editorial Board member of this journal I welcome you all and thankful for submitting your valuable
research works. Knowing your own interest is not an easy goal to achieve with perfection though. But, one should
develop keen interest in studying the effects and applications of engineering and science in their researches. Any
personís mind is like a closed pot when it is not exposed to outside world. So this journal is a very good platform to make
your work, ideas and innovations to get presented at universal level.

It is an amazing tool to explore your potential. During education one gets exposure and assistance to drive out its way.
New and brighter ideas pop in their minds, which can make the knowledge base bigger. After grasping the most out of it,
a trained researcher could start work with relevant knowledge which would help him during the rest of research. The
richness of journal is the most important factor. Richness means the quality of previously published papers of the journal
and the number of citations to papers of the journal. Other factors such as the way the journal reviews the papers and
which academies and institutions index journal papers would be considered too. Young researchers should be keen to
learn to new things and read about them with full interest. They should read novel and new manuscripts published in
reputes journals and presented in conferences to keep themselves informed about current / latest researches in the
field of bioinformatics. They should also try to access good datasets because the dataset you are starting your work with,
probably will be the dataset you chose to continue to work on because at that time you would have become familiar
with it.

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