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Author Guidelines
  • Authors are required to ensure that their papers are original, unpublished, and not concurrently submitted elsewhere to avoid any copyright infringement issues.
  • Papers must be written in proficient English.
  •  Authors should adhere to the provided guidelines for preparing abstract submissions. Submissions must be in PDF format and submitted electronically.
  • All accepted abstracts will be included in the conference proceedings with an ISBN number. A dedicated oral session will be held for research scholars to present their papers, with cash prizes awarded for the best presentations.
  • Registration fees are the only charges applicable for faculty members and research scholars; there will be no additional fees.
  • Guidelines for submitting full-length articles will be provided based on the journals associated with our conference.
  • Complete journal details will be updated soon on the conference website.


  • All of our conference Papers follows Double Blind Peer Review and maximum similarity only allowed 15% Turnitin Plagiarism Software.



  1. Peer review is an essential part of the publication process, and it ensures that ICNMD-2024 maintains the highest quality standards for its published papers.
  2. All manuscripts submitted to our conference are strictly and thoroughly peer-reviewed by experts.
  3. Immediately after submission, the conference Editor will perform a technical pre-check of the manuscript. A suitable academic editor will be notified of the submission and invited to perform an editorial pre-check and recommend reviewers.
  4. Academic editors can decide to continue with the peer review process, reject a manuscript, or request revisions before peer-review. In the case of continuing the peer review process, the Editorial Office will organize the peer review, which is performed by independent experts, and collect at least two review reports per manuscript. We ask authors for sufficient revisions (with a second round of peer review, when necessary) before a final decision is made. The final decision is made by an academic editor (usually the Editor-in-Chief/Editorial Board Member of a Special Issue). Accepted manuscripts are then copy-edited and English-edited internally.