Paper Prints Policy

The Indus Journal of Animal and Plant Sciences (IJAPS) does not have a paper prints policy. This means that the journal does not provide paper copies of its articles to authors or readers. All articles are published online and are freely accessible to everyone.

The journal's decision to not provide paper prints is based on the following factors:

  • The cost of printing and distributing paper copies is high.
  • The environmental impact of printing is significant.
  • The online format makes articles more accessible to a wider audience.
  • The online format allows for easier search and retrieval of articles.

The IJAPS believes that the benefits of publishing articles online outweigh the benefits of providing paper prints. The journal is committed to making its research accessible to everyone, regardless of their location or financial resources.

If you are interested in obtaining a paper copy of an article published in the IJAPS, you may contact the journal's office. The office may be able to provide you with a PDF copy of the article or direct you to a library that has a copy of the journal.

Here are some of the benefits of publishing articles online:

  • Increased accessibility: Articles are available to anyone with an internet connection.
  • Reduced costs: There is no need to print or distribute paper copies.
  • Environmental benefits: There is a reduced environmental impact from printing.
  • Improved searchability: Articles are easily searchable by keywords and other criteria.
  • Enhanced collaboration: Articles can be easily shared and discussed online.

If you are an author who is considering submitting an article to the IJAPS, please be aware that the journal does not provide paper prints. However, you can be assured that your article will be published online and made accessible to a global audience.