Pen Acclaims is a Multidisciplinary National Journal bearing ISSN 2581-5504. Published on a bi-monthly basis, they follow the double-blinded peer-review process for publication of quality manuscripts in fields of Law, Management, Commerce, Humanities and Social Science. They are indexed at 8 major databases.
Call for Papers
Pen Acclaims is offering quick publication of its eleventh issue to be set live from 5th July 2020.
All professors, scholars, academicians, students and all researchers at large are invited for publishing paper in the field of law, management, commerce, humanities and social sciences.
Pen Acclaims is an open-access journal and invites manuscripts on any theme related to law, management, commerce, humanities and social sciences.
Manuscript Structure: The preferred format of all articles are in MS office (2003 or above). It should be concisely written in 1.5 spacing along with font size of 12 in Times New Roman font. Illustrations must be inserted at appropriate places in the paper. Numbering should be taken care of. No borders or other decorative implementations shall be entertained anywhere in the entire text.
Authors’ Details: All papers must be accompanied by proper names and affiliation of authors along with email ids. Co-authorship is allowed to a maximum of 3 authors.
Plagiarism: Pen Acclaims does not entertain plagiarism in any form. All papers found to be plagiarised will be directly eligible for rejection.
How to Submit?
All submissions must be sent at editor.penacclaims[at]gmail.com on or before 27th July 2020.
Publication Fees (to be paid after acceptance)
For Indian Authors: Rs. 1000/-
Note: No extra cost for additional authors.
Last date for submission: 15th July 2020
Publication of issue: Live since 5th July 2020
For any queries please feel free to write to us at editor.penacclaims[at]gmail.com.
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