Ph.D Knowledge Diffusion - #Free Webinar
Scientific Research | Research Process | Publication Process
Date: March 31, 2019 - 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM (India Standard Time)
Contact Person: Mr. Sugavani - 72000 99555
Publishing, as we all know, is an important for academics and people write for various reasons like career advancement, job promotion, fulfilling
a minimum requirement for annual performance and so forth.
Dissemination of research findings is an essential part of the scientific research process, and writing in scientific journal is a
means of communication of the research findings.
Getting a paper published in a well-respected peer-reviewed journal is a significant goal for any researcher. It is a sign of research success.
What will you get?
a. This webinar will deal with the nuts and bolts of getting papers published in peer-reviewed journal and how one deals with acceptance and rejection and publication ethics.
b. This webinar’s main aim is to move towards an improvement in quality research with the ultimate purpose of publishing papers in high-impact journals.
c. This webinar besides guides’ participants to reach and submit the proceedings to be indexed in the world class high reputed journals like SCOPUS,
Thomson Reuters and Google Scholar.
What will you get?
You will get a clear plan of how you can write a publishable research paper, literature survey; carry out your research methodology,
proposal to the synopsis to thesis guidance. You will also be taught how to win your technical viva voce coaching and public speaking
challenges faced during your final thesis defending.
Why should you attend this boot camp and not miss this opportunity?
a. This knowledge diffusion is very valuable. They do it for their passion for research.
b. No book is better than an experienced mentor who is willing to teach you face to face.
c. No amount of motivation is useful if you do not know what exact action you should take.
Who should attend?
This webinar is for all those who intend to have research as a career.
a. Post-Graduate Students
b. Aspiring Ph.D. candidates
c. Research scholars/Ph.D. Students
d. Faculty at Colleges/Universities
f. Anyone interested in research