Publishing in High Ranked Journals A Beginner's Guide

Publishing in High Ranked Journals A Beginner's Guide

Publishing in High Ranked Journals: A Beginner's Guide
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Duration: 1 hours | Genre: eLearning | Language: English

How to publish in JCR (SSCI, SCI, ISI) High Ranked Impact factor journals

What you'll learn

1. Major Reasons for Publication Rejection
2. Mansucript/ Dissertation Topic Selection
3. Writing an impressive Introduction
4. How to do literature review specifically Systematic Literature Review
5. Getting Review on Draft, Prior Submission
6. How to identify blacklisted Journals
7. How to answer reviewers comments effectively


Computer literacy and research knowledge is mandatory. However, this course is designed for researchers and scholars, who are struggling for publishing research paper in High ranking Journals (JCR) journals


Getting published in an academic journal is a feat of immense prestige and merit within the scientific community. Academic scholars and policy-makers acknowledge published data because of its authenticity and ubiquitous appeal. However, publishing in reputed high-impact journals requires considerable efforts as well as time. I consider publishing as an art, which can be learned and mastered through practice and conviction. The core objective of this course is to help researchers to minimize the chances of rejection by focusing on key strategies adopted by renowned researchers and scholars. The contents of this course include:

Top Ten Reasons of Rejection in SSCI, SCI and ISI

How to Select the Topic for your Manuscript/ Dissertation

How to Select a Suitable Journal for Manuscript

Perish or Publish Software

Getting Review on Draft, Prior Submission

Writing an impressive Introduction

Common Pitfalls in Literature Review and remedies

Writing Cover letter

How to identify blacklisted Journals

How to Answer Review Comments/ Review Feedback Sheet

Mastering the Keyword Strategy

Tips and tricks from personal experience

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Who this course is for:

Established researchers, Master and PhD Students, Young Scholars, Industry researcher

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