Call for Papers
Vol. 2, Issue 9, Sep 2019
|Final Paper Submission||:||25th Oct 2019|
|Author Notification||:||within 3 days|
|Latest journal publications||:||30th Oct 2019|
Authors are advised to follow the Author's Guidelines in preparing the manuscript before submission.
Submitting your manuscript to the International Journal of Health, Education & Social (IJHES) means that your work has never been published in journals, books or other chapter books, whether printed or online (except in the form of abstract or academic theses), that not all methods considered for publication elsewhere, the text sent has permission for the publication of all authors and where the work is carried out, and that, if accepted at IJHES, it will not be published elsewhere in the same way. form, in any language, without prior approval from the publisher. The IJHES editor has the right to edit all contributions, but the author will receive testimonials before publishing their work on IJHES.
As far as copyright is concerned, this right is held by the author of the article published or published but with the first publication right given to IJHES. Journals or editors are not responsible for the successful use of the author's work. If desired, it is the duty of the author to carry out encroachment actions.
Publication Fee if the paper is accepted for publication, the author will be asked to pay a publication fee of 70 USD as an article publication fee to finance the operating costs. Abandonment policy does not apply. The author is entitled to a copy of the printed journal by paying 25 USD for each additional copy.
Goals and objectives
The International Journal of Health, Education and Social Affairs (IJHES) aims to publish Education and Social Sciences insights in the form of research articles, literature reviews, case studies, short communication and book reviews. The core aim of this journal is to facilitate researchers, academics, scholars, resource persons, and practitioners to come to the platform and to share their research findings with the rest of the world so that decisions taken can be taken to enhance insights on Health, Education and Social Sciences as a whole. IJHES also aims to follow a strict double-blind peer review mechanism to ensure that the articles submitted meet quality standards.