Ganpat University Journal of Engineering & Technology

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Ganpat University Journal of Engineering & Technology GNUJET publishes peer reviewed research and review articles in the developing field of engineering and technology ISSN 2231-2390 (ONLINE) Journal metadata

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  • Aims and scope

    The “Ganpat University Journal of Engineering & Technology" (GNUJET) is an  online journal in English published biannually. The aim of GNUJET is to publish peer reviewed research and review articles in rapidly developing field of engineering & technology. This journal is an online journal having full access to the research and review paper. The journal aims to cover the latest outstanding developments in the field of engineering & Technology but not limited to the following branches :

    Computer Engineering Information Technology
    Electronics & Communication Engineering
    Biomedical & Instrumentation Engineering
    Mechanical Engineering Mechatronics Engineering
    Civil Engineering

  • Profile

    Each submitted manuscript is assigned to one of the associate editors, who is in charge of assigning reviewers, overseeing the review process, and recommending a final decision about the manuscript to the Journal Editorial Board. All papers are subject to blind peer review by at least two independent reviewers. The most important criterion for acceptance/rejection is originality of the material presented in the manuscript. Reviewers are invited among the nationally & internationally recognized experts relevant for the given area.

    This journal will be published biannually.
    This 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.
    This journal utilizes the LOCKSS system to create a distributed archiving system among participating libraries and permits those libraries to create permanent archives of the journal for purposes of preservation and restoration.

  • Editors

    Editor in chief

    Dr. V K Pandey, Ganpat University

    Managing editor

    Manager, GNUJET, Ganpat University, India

    Advisory Board & Editors

    Dr. Vijaykumar Chakka, India
    Dr. M. N. Qureshi, M S University of Baroda, India
    Dr. Yogeshwar Kosta, India
    Prof. Asim Benarji, DAIICT, Gandhinagar, India
    Dr. M.B. Dholakia, India
    Prof. S.K. Sinha, India
    Dr. Megha Singh, India

  • Guide to authors

    Manuscript Style Requirements

    1. Manuscripts should be written in English.. Electronic submission of papers in DOC document format is mandatory.

    2. Papers should be written using a 10pt font with single line spacing and  should not exceed 6 pages .

    3. The authors' names and addresses should not appear in the body of the manuscript, to preserve anonymity and ensure blind review.

    4. At the head of each paper there should be a summary of up to 200 words. The summary should be self contained and understandable by a non-expert reader. The summary is followed by a selection of keywords.

    5. Sections and subsections should be clearly distinguished with a two-level numbering at most.

    6. Papers must be written without the use of footnotes.

    7. Mathematical expressions and Greek or other symbols should be written clearly with ample spacing.

    8. References in the text are indicated by authors' names and year of publication in parentheses. If a referenced paper has three or more authors the reference should always appear as the first author followed by et al. The references are listed alphabetically at the end of the manuscript. Journal titles should not be abbreviated.


    L. FRAZIER, J. D. FODOR The sausage machine: A new two-stage parsing model. Cognition, 6 (1978), 291-325.


    M. NAGAO Knowledge and Inference. Academic Press, Boston, 1988.

    Contributed volume

    E. S. CORDINGLEY Knowledge elicitation techniques for knowledge-based systems. In Knowledge Elicitation: Principles, Techniques and Applications (D. DIAPER, Ed.), (1989) pp. 179-194. Ellis Horwood, Chichester.

    Conference paper

    R. L. WATROUS, L. SHASTRI Learning phonetic features using connectionist networks: An experiment in speech recognition. Presented at the Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Neural Networks, (1987) San Diego, CA.

    Unpublished reports/theses

    J. W. ROZENBLIT A conceptual basis for model-based system design. PhD. Thesis, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, 1985.
    9. Authors will be required to proof-read the paper before publishing. It will not be possible to accept major textual changes at this stage.

    10. When the paper is accepted, the authors will be required to electronically submit source files of the paper in MS Word  format. Each figure should also be supplied in two separate files, one in figure's original graphical format, and another in Postscript (.PS or .EPS) or .TIFF format.

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