Send your full-paper submission to conference email
in electronic form (MS Word/PDF-Format) for reviewing process.
Important Points to be considered for Preparing Your Paper
Paper must be an unpublished novel research work and it should be written in either British or American style English but not on both.
- Full paper submissions should contain 12-15 pages.
- The paper should be prepared as .doc/.docx/LaTex file.
Anyone author should be assigned as a Corresponding Author for any future communication with the conference. The number of authors in a
manuscript should not exceed 6.
Avoid including affiliation/acknowledgement footnotes. If it cannot be avoided, insert them at the end of the text, just above the
- Any tables or figures must be numbered and it should be of high quality.
Authors should ensure that the article has been thoroughly reviewed for typographical and grammatical mistakes before submitting it. If
English is not your first language, have a native English speaker to proofread your paper. Papers will be returned if the level of English
is deemed insufficient for publication. We do, however, provide proofreading services.
Articles may be edited for clarity and grammatical accuracy, and it should be copy edited according to the publisher manuscript style.
- Papers must be written in a Times New Roman font, single spacing; justified alignment according to the aforementioned template.
The paper should include a structured abstract with the following sections: Introduction, Methods, Analysis, Results and Conclusions.
Each Paper has to be broken down into the following sections when you submit:
- Background, Motivation and Objective
- Statement of Contribution/Methods
- Results, Discussions and Conclusion
- Future Research Direction
Please note that a .docx and LaTex template is available to guide the authors in formatting their papers. All papers must comply with the
template. Also note that, the ICSCNA Paper Template is a blank Word file, wherein it includes the pre-prepared styles for headings etc.
- To ensure high scientific quality, all papers will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee Members.
Once the reviewing process is complete, the corresponding author of each paper will be notified of the acceptance/revision/rejection by
e-mail. The authors are required to follow the reviews in order to improve their paper before their final submission.
Notification of Acceptance or Rejection
On or before the scheduled date, the organizing committee will notify the corresponding author of the acceptance or rejection of the paper
to the conference program. When the paper is accepted to ICPDI, the corresponding author is encouraged to update the paper to meet any
recommendations provided by the reviewers.
Rejection may be due to different reasons: Out of Scope, high plagiarism. The paper once rejected by the conference committee will never
be considered for the conference. Authors of the rejected paper should avoid making new submission with the already rejected paper.
Academic Ethics and Conference Policy:
The authors should abide to the guidelines mentioned below before submitting the paper, if any dispute arises during peer review or after
acceptance and publication and if authors are unable to give a valid explanation, ICSCNA retains the right to remove a submission from the
- Plagiarism, image manipulation, and data fabrication are not tolerated.
Plagiarism includes copying research ideas, text, images, or data from another source/research literature, even from the author’s own
publications without giving any credit to the original source.
Text copied from another source must be reused within quotations, and the original source must be referenced. If the design of a research,
or the structure or language of the publication, was inspired by previous research, the corresponding works must be explicitly cited.
If plagiarism is detected during the peer review process, the manuscript will be rejected. If plagiarism is detected after publication, we
will retract the paper.
As an author/editor of a work, you may be responsible for overseeing the inclusion of third party content. By ‘third party content’ we
mean any work that you have not created yourself and which you have reproduced or adapted from other sources.
Authors remain fully responsible for ensuring that they have obtained, documented and paid for (when applicable), all necessary rights to
use third party content in their works. If authors chose to reuse third party content from a previous edition of their work, they are also
responsible for ensuring they obtained permission from the third party for new editions.