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Tamralipta Mahavidyalaya Research Review
A Peer Reviewed National Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies

Tamralipta Mahavidyalaya Research Review is the official research publication of Tamralipta Mahavidyalaya to be published on an annual basis from January 2016 onwards. This blind peer reviewed journal aims to provide an insight into topical research activities on a multidisciplinary level. The journal would provide a platform to throw light on the current research areas that academicians from various branches of Humanities, Science and Commerce are presently engaged in exploring. With a view to promote a spirit of interdisciplinary enquiry, the journal invites writings based on both empirical and experimental data hailing from various subjects such as Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Botany, Zoology, Physiology, Commerce, Management, Economics, Political Science, History, Geography, Philosophy, English, Bengali, Sanskrit, Physical Education etc. This College hopes that the publication of this journal would help to foreground the academic pursuits of not only the college faculty and its researchers, but also of the academic community at large. Moreover, it would also facilitate the dissemination of knowledge on the very latest advances in the field of research among students, teachers and researchers alike.

Composition of the Editorial Board

Headed by Dr. Sujit Kr. Bera,Teacher-in- Charge of the College, the Editorial Board comprises of Teachers from multiple disciplines- Dr. Mridula Kundu , Dr. Sudhansu Khanra, Dr. Kajalbaran Jana, Dr. Dipankar Mishra, Dr. Priti Ranjan Pahari , Dr. Anjali Mondal, Dr. Jayanta kr. Dab , Dr. Tapan Kr. Pattanayak and Sri Swapan Paul. In order to elevate the tone and academic quality of the journal, the college has also sought to incorporate an advisory editorial board comprised of experts from different Universities and research institutes.

Editorial Policy

 In order to maintain the academic quality of the journal, all articles submitted would undergo a thorough screening process where the articles would be reviewed by experts from various universities and research organizations.
 The editors would reserve the right to make cosmetic/ stylistic changes that would not affect the motive of the paper without consulting the author.
 The editorial board would possess full copyright of the published articles.
 Submissions would be accepted throughout the year and considered for forthcoming publication as per the queue and relevance of the submissions.
 Authors would be provided reasonable and stipulated amount of time to revise their writings for the sake of improvement.
 The views published in the journal would be of the authors and not that of the editorial board. Moreover the editorial board would not account for the authenticity of the data published.