What is Camera Ready Copy?

Camera ready copy refers to the final prepared copy by the author before publishing it.   Before publishing or submitting the research paper, preparing a camera ready copy is must.  It is the final draft prepared by the researcher/ author before publishing.
It can be prepared or typed in various formats like MS Word, Power point, EPS, TIFF and latex etc.  But the most common procedure for preparing and submitting camera ready copy is to type the matter in the MS word first and then convert into PDF.  The A4 format is widely used for typing the paper before preparing camera ready.
Contents for preparing camera ready:
While preparing camera ready copy following contents should be taken into account in order to have good presentable camera ready copy and also which is not complicated and easy to understand and read.
1) Paper Title:
In the beginning, the paper title should be clearly mentioned.  The theme of the research should be clearly described in one sentence.  Sub-title can be also typed after the Paper title if needed for elaboration of the topic.
2) Abstract:
After the paper title an abstract should be written or typed.  An abstract is the summary of the whole research paper or article.
3) Keywords:
Keywords should contain the main commands and parameters of the research paper in brief.
4) Introduction:
The introduction contains the subject, scope and parameters of the research topic.
5) Figures/Tables and Equations:
For more elaboration and explanations the author can take the help of Figures, graphs and diagrams.  Equations are also necessary in many of the researches for explaining the outcome and results of the research.
6) References:
In the ending the references should be mentioned from where the ideas, knowledge and information have been taken for doing the research.

After typing the whole contents and matter the camera ready copy should be read twice by the author and also by the co-authors or research team who have contributed their efforts in the research.  In almost all the research publications the camera copy are accepted in electronic version.  Mostly it is submitted in the PDF format.  If mandatory, all the above contents should be typed and prepared as per the paper format provided by the publisher.

 

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Benefits of Attending International Conferences?

Conference is generally understood as gathering of members and individuals or gathering of institution, organisations to discuss over a particular topic of same interest.  The main agenda of this meeting is to cover all the aspects of that particular topic.

These conferences can be organized in the field of Science, Technology, Commerce, Social science and Economics on International level.  The main goal of these academic international conferences is to bring all the experts and researchers/presenters to a common platform.

  1. Benefits of International Conferences:
  2. Helps in gathering new information from presenters.
  3. International conferences are the platform where presenters from different part of world come to present their research on a particular topic which helps every candidate, who are present there to obtain new ideas, techniques and point of views of experts and researchers.
  4. Create new network with new people of same research field.
  5. In these international conferences, you get chance to meet new people, experts and organizations who are interested in the same research topic.  You will get to know about different organizations their departments and how they work and process.  You will get in touch with famous experts and their work criteria.
  6. A Platform to share your views and research on the topic of your interest.
  7. These conferences are the platform where experts and researchers listen to your presentation and give feedbacks on the same and much more benefits

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How To Write Research Paper?

A Research paper is basically a brief summary of any particular topic prepared through study of primary and secondary sources.  The main objective of the Research paper is to bring together facts, views, evidences and their results.  All the aspects for writing research paper can be gathered from books, articles, newspapers and internet.

How to write a Research Paper?

Select a topic:
First of all we need to do is selecting a relevant topic on which we have to work and study in order to write a research paper.  The topic should be under the scope of our field and should be manageable.

Collect Information and get ready with the data:
Collect data and information from different means.  e.g. Books, articles, Online Thesis and researches etc.  But, first go to background (history) of the particular subject and topic. Discuss the gathered info and data with subordinates and seniors and note down the points which are important.

Structure of a scientific paper:
The format or structure of the paper should contain the following steps:
• Paper Title
• Subtitle if needed
• Abstract
• Introduction
• Discussion and results
• Equations, Figures and tables.
• Conclusions
• Acknowledgement
• References
• Brief summary about author

Selection of Journal:
After drafting process, the relevant journal should be selected.  The Journal should be the one which covers the scope of the research paper.  Each and every Journal specializes in particular research area.  Select those journals which have high impact factor.

Submission of the Research paper:
Carefully read your research paper.  Observe all the figures that are they placed correctly and are they correctly referred to your written information.  Tell at least two of your colleagues to read the paper who are familiar with the topic.

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