Call for Papers by Journal of Innovation for Inclusive Development

The Journal of Innovation for Inclusive Development (JIID) (ISSN 2456-4478) Calls for Papers for its forthcoming Edition, to be released in September 2017. JIID is a Biannual, Multidisciplinary, Peer-reviewed, Open Access Journal published from the Centre for Earth Studies, IP College, University of Delhi.

The Journal serves as a platform for publication of contributions/ papers of researchers who are innovating in their respective fields for promoting inclusive development. In addition, JIID welcomes research contributions/ articles from researchers working to further our understanding towards achieving any or all of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Click here to read the Guidelines for Authors

Researchers interested to submit their manuscript/ research papers for the forthcoming edition of the JIID Journal are requested to do so latest by 22 July 2017 (5.30 pm). Manuscripts submitted after this deadline will be considered only for the March 2018 Edition of the Journal.

The previous editions of the JIID Journal can be accessed at the below mentioned URL:

JIID, Volume 2, Issue 1
JIID, Volume 1, Issue 1

Research Papers in Vol 2, Issue 1 of the Journal:

Education for Sustainable Development: Need of the Hour
Govind Singh

Status and Evolution of Environmental Education at School Level in Delhi, India
Sudarshana Kalita

Smart City for a Sustainable Future: Is Delhi Ready?
Anindita Roy Saha and Neha Singh

Implication of Household Use of R.O. Devices for Delhi’s Urban Water Scenario
Govind Singh

A Wetland and a Lifeline: the Importance of Loktak Lake for Manipur, India
Konsam Nirmala Devi

Food in the City: Review of Psychological Impact of Growing Food in Urban Spaces
Surabhika Maheshwari

SAR and Mobile Phone Radiation Hazard. How Aware are College Students in Delhi?
Daminee Saini

Exploring 100 Years of Bollywood’s Infatuation with Birds
Reeny Modi and Ruchi Saini

English Versus Hindi and Other Regional Languages – A Survey Based Analysis
Amulya Hans

Book Review: Teaching Environmental Education: Trends and Practices in India. Chong Shimray. New Delhi: Sage Publications, 2016, p. 268
Molshri Singh

Opinion: Importance of Field Studies in Environmental Education: An Experience from Keoladeo National Park, Rajasthan
Nawin Kumar Tiwary, Debina Moirangthem, Gurnoor Kaur

Top image by IAEA.

For further information, contact:

Dr. Govind Singh
Editor, Journal of Innovation for Inclusive Development

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