Paper Prints Policy

The Indus Journal of Science does not offer paper prints of its published articles. All articles are published in electronic format only and are accessible through the journal's website.

The journal's decision to not offer paper prints is based on a number of factors, including:

  • The increasing cost of printing and mailing paper copies of journals.
  • The environmental impact of printing and mailing paper copies.
  • The convenience of electronic publishing, which allows readers to access articles from anywhere in the world.

The journal believes that electronic publishing is the best way to make its research accessible to a wide audience. Electronic articles are easily searchable and can be downloaded and saved for future reference. They are also more environmentally friendly than paper copies.

If you would like a paper copy of an article published in the Indus Journal of Science, you can contact the journal's editorial office and request a complimentary PDF copy.

Here are the steps on how to request a complimentary PDF copy of an article published in the Indus Journal of Science:

  1. Go to the journal's website and find the article you want to request.
  2. Click on the "Request PDF" button.
  3. Fill out the form and submit it.

The journal's editorial office will send you a PDF copy of the article within a few days.