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Since the year 2009 it is a UGC's requirement that before a research Scholar is awarded a Ph.D. degree, he/she must publish a paper in a Refereed Journal. One such International Refereed Journal is:
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From India, Lucknow
I tried to see the details of the Journal's Editorial Advisory board, without success.
May I know where I will find that to assess the nature of the claim of an International Refereed Journal?
Have a nice day.
PS: You can see my profile at by clicking on "About us".

From United Kingdom
Hello Shri Narasimhan sahib
Firstly, with your credentials you are welcome to join our Editorial Board, please.
Secondly, kindly visit:
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From India, Lucknow
Sorry Wing Commander,
I do not know how I missed your invitation to join the Advisory Board. As there were no Advisors from outside India, it's a bit presumptuous to claim an International status for the journal. Could you please give me some more links to the journal to see what has been published so far?
Thanking you in advance.

From United Kingdom
Dear Shri Narasimhan,

I regularly follow the links wherein you post your advise, recommendation on various issues in Management field. I rarely post articles since almost all of them want ready and quick fix sollutions. i am from Chennai. After working with leading organisations for 20 years, I started one MSME enterprise in HR field in 2005. And currently I cater to the small groups of clients successfully.( again leading ones in their own areas). Besides this , I embarked on academic side also as a regular visiting faculty in 2 reputed Universities in Chennai in 2008.

I have passion to work on academic side and therefore I passed out with MBA degree with 1st class after a gap of nearly 25 years. I have also registered with PH.D in a reputed University in HR subjects. I am pursuing my academic interests at the age of 53 seriously. I am of the firm opinion that it is not late to learn and share in teaching field.

May I request you to suggest some good and reputed journals in which I can try and publish articles in order to correctly do my research work and take inputs from other fellow members?


V. Rangarajan.

With respects to Prof Wing Commander Gulshan Kumar for your inputs. Thanks for your link. I am not able to open the link.

From India, Pune
Dear Rangarajan,

Thank you for your interest in my posts. I also took up research by part-time mode in my mid 50's. Though I presented papers, at Refereed International Conferences and published papers in journals, I did not finish my PhD, as my priorities changed mid course.

I used to be a very active Book Review Editor for a few journals on Quality with the Emerald Group Publishing. Now, due to becoming a grandfather and a bit of physical problems, I am not that active with Reviewing work. Still I have good contacts with the company. Emerald is one of largest publishers of management journals. Probably, you will have seen my ppt presentations on Author Workshop and Research Methodology at CiteHR.

Kindly see the journals in the link at Emerald | HR, Learning & Organization Studies I am sure there a journals on HR published by other companies such as John Wiley, Elsevier, etc. For example see Guide for authors | Human Resource Management Review | 1053-4822 | Elsevier and Human Resource Management Journal - Wiley Online Library It's a question of checking in your library and picking one that interests you.

Please feel free to pick my "empty" brain.

To save you the task of searching, I am attaching the ppt presentations.

From United Kingdom

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File Type: ppt Simha_Jain Uni Workshop_9 Jan 2010_ Research Methodology_plain background.ppt (559.0 KB, 36 views)
File Type: ppt Simha_Author Workshop_SMD-IMD_Dec 09 (1).ppt (1.25 MB, 16 views)

Thank you sir,-- for your encouraging and supportive words. I am trying in various Institutions as a full time academic faculty. If all go well and God willing I will get the position shortly.
With respects and regards.
V. Rangarajan.

From India, Pune
You will be able to see the abstract of most articles published by journal publishers. However, you can access full articles through your university library if they subscribe to theose jornals or to some other servie provider. For examples of access to journals please click on Emerald | Strategic Direction | Table of contents | Volume 29 issue 5 - Current Issue
From United Kingdom
thank you for the information sir....but they our institute donot subscribe these....
so is there any other way to get access to the valuable articles/journals etc. ..
please tell me then
thank you

From India, Guwahati
A way that has worked for me as an academic is writing to the authors explaining who you are and why you need a copy. They usually oblige.
From United Kingdom
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