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Research Publications

Why Publish?

Composing is the primary wayto convey logical work. Examinations and publication supplement instruct and prepare scientific consideration for good work. There are several purposes behind the composition. The most apparent purpose behind numerous experts to begin composing is to satisfy explicit occupation prerequisites by businesses that incorporate advancement to an academic position, professional accreditation through proceeding with scientific training and improving the possibility of achievement in the examination award application. Publications can likewise be looking at as a resource that empowers creators to pick up acknowledgement and affirmation as specialists in a specific field at public and worldwide levels.


Institute Level Publication Team

Sr No

Name

Role

Department

1.

Dr. Anindita Roy

Overall Incharge

Mechanical

2.

Dr. Rajkumar B Patil

Member

Mechanical

3.

Dr. Pankaj Mali

Member

Civil

4.

Dr. Mrs. Varsha Bendre

Member

E&TC

5.

Prof. Mrs. Pallavi Dhade

Member

Computer

6.

Prof. Kapil Vhatkar

Member

IT

7.

Dr. Leena Sharma

Member

AS&H

8.

Prof. Prakash Ukhalkar

Member

MCA


Publication Statistics

Research Publications: Last three years (2019-20 to 2021-22)

Publication

IT

Civil

Comp

E&TC

Mech

MCA

AS&H

Total

International Journal

59

29

270

86

47

12

67

491

International Conference

36

14

135

46

29

nil

nil

260

Book Chapters

20

nil

19

11

11

0

nil

61

Total No. of Publications per department

115

43

424

143

87

12

67

891


Research Publications: Last three years (2019-20 to 2021-22)

Year

Civil

Mech

E&TC

COMP

IT

AS&H

MCA

Total

Scopus

WOS

Google scholar

2021-22

6

35

32

142

18

2

2

237

148

29

206

2020-21

19

25

39

110

30

59

7

289

153

24

221

2019-20

18

27

69

153

38

3

3

311

65

24

178

2018-19

12

7

56

103

38

0

3

219

86

59

164


Publication Statistics

Publication Policy at PCCoE

Sr. No.

Publication in

Incentive scheme/Financial support

1

Peer reviewed International Journal with impact factor above 5

Cash incentive of Rs.15,000/- per publication twice per year

2

Peer reviewed International Journal with impact factor less than 5

One time cash incentive of Rs.10,000/- per publication twice per year

3

Publication of book chapter

One time cash incentive of Rs.10,000/- per publication

4

Publication of book

One time cash incentive of Rs.10,000/- per book

5

Peer reviewed National journal

Maximum financial support to the extent of Rs.5,000/- shall be admissible, once in a financial year

6

International conference abroad

Maximum financial support to the extent of 50% of registration charges shall be admissible, once in a financial year to the claiming author only

7

International conference in India

Maximum financial support to the extent of 50% of registration charges shall be admissible, once in a financial year to the claiming author only

8

Attending National level conference for paper presentation

Maximum financial support to the extent of 50 % of the registration charges shall be admissible

9

For students

International/ National conference

One time cash incentive of Rs.3,000/- per publication

10

For students

Peer reviewed International/ National journal (Students)

One time cash incentive of Rs.5000/- per publication

11

Attending national International Conference, Workshop, Seminar, Meeting etc.

Only Duty Leave and No financial assistance is admissible for attending the conference in any capacity Keynote speaker, Participant, Organization committee member etc.


Find the right journal for your manuscript

Finding the correct journal for your manuscript is an arduous task. A number of publishers offer journal finder services that can be accessed from the links below:

https://publication-recommender.ieee.org/pubsearch
https://journalfinder.elsevier.com/
https://journalsuggester.springer.com/
https://authorservices.taylorandfrancis.com/publishing-your-research/choosing-a-journal/journal-suggester/
https://mjl.clarivate.com/manuscript-matcher
https://journalfinder.wiley.com/search


Frequently Asked Questions

  • Publishing is a means by which one claims recognition of work done.
  • Publishing your work through visible sources helps others to learn. By adding your experiences to the literature of the field, it helps to build the corpus of knowledge in your subject area.
  • Publishing in journals can give your work visibility among other researchers in your field, outside of your immediate circle of contacts and colleagues. Publishing establishes you as a researcher and contributor to that field.
  • Publishing in particular journals can be an essential component to advance your career, by meeting necessary assessment criteria and output performance targets.
  • When you are in the early stages of your research and have some preliminary results to share, you may opt for a Conference or a short communication
  • Publishing at a conference gives you a platform to register and claim your idea amongst the international research community
  • Work can be published in a journal when it has progressed reasonably so that a logical conclusion on the same is possible. One should speak to his/her supervisor to understand whether the quality of work done permits publication in a good peer-reviewed journal.

One can identify a prospective journal by

  • Reading relevant research papers (i.e., literature review). The reference section of a paper will give a lot of information on possible journals for the topic.
  • Use the Journal Finder Tool / Websites.
  • Indexing Databases (e.g., Google Scholar, Web of Science, Scopus, etc)
  • Publishers Website
    Please refer to the following webpage for links to some journal finder webpages Here

Yes. One can publish a patentable work, by taking care to file your patent first and then publish. In case you wish to publish your work before filing the patent, be smart not to disclose confidential information.

There are a variety of journals available to publish. Some of the journals will approach through mails and ask to publish by giving a certain amount of publication charges. Such journals are termed as “predatory” and are perceived to be a global threat as “they accept articles for publication — along with authors’ fees — without performing promised quality checks such as plagiarism, peer review on quality of the manuscript”. A piece of general advice is to refrain from publishing in predatory journals. A general guideline for publishing research related to engineering is that the chosen journal should be indexed in SCOPUS/ Web of Science. To find out whether a journal is indexed in Web of Science go to https://mjl.clarivate.com/home. To find the list of journals in Scopus, go to the URL https://www.scopus.com/sources. Search as per subject area/title / ISSN as desired. Metrics such as Impact Factor and Cite Score help to find out a possible journal.

Impact factor (IF) is a measure of the number of times an average paper in a journal is cited, during a year. Clarivate Analytics releases the Journal Impact Factors annually as part of the Web of Science Journal Citation Reports. Only journals listed in the Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE) and Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI) receive an Impact Factor.

CiteScore is a metric for measuring journal impact in Scopus. The calculation of CiteScore for the current year is based on the number of citations received by a journal in the latest 4 years (including the calculation year), divided by the number of documents published in the journal in those four years. A primary difference between these two metrics is the period of time for the calculation; while the Journal Impact Factor calculates the metric using the two previous years as a basis for the citation count, CiteScore uses a four-year period.

Open access is a broad international movement that seeks to grant free and open online access to academic information, such as publications and data. A publication is defined as 'open access' when there are no financial, legal or technical barriers to accessing it - that is to say when anyone can read, download, copy, distribute, print, search for and search within the information, or use it in education or in any other way within the legal agreements.

Not necessarily. The journal website gives information about publication charges. These vary from journal to journal. Good-quality journals that operate on the subscription model (reader-pays for the article) do not charge the authors unless the authors want to publish in Open-access mode.

Once the paper is submitted through its electronic submission system, it undergoes a peer-review process. The opinion of a minimum of two reviewers is sought on the quality of work and its originality for a decision on the acceptance of the manuscript.

This process of peer review may take about 3 months to about a year depending on the journal policy, availability of reviewers, and type and complexity of the article.

With reference to a research paper:

A citation is a formal reference to a published or unpublished source that you consulted and obtained information from while writing your research paper.A direct quotation should be preceded by a short introduction. Identify the author and the source of informationFor example, in the paragraph below, Lai and Locatelli (2021) and Owens (2022)are papersthatare being cited for the reason of justifying a sentence.

“Lai and Locatelli (2021) determine merit measures such as the weighted average cost of capital (WACC) and LCoE for large-scale energy storage technologies. However, the use of LCoE is limited to a particular class of problems involving a regular cash inflow; thus, being deficient in the universality of application. Further, though measures such as NPV incorporate the time value of money and net cash flow over the entire project life, they cannot be applied easily to compare projects with unequal life spans (Owens 2002). “

With reference to your profile as a researcher:

Citation means the number of times your research paper is referenced by other researchers in their paper. Higher the number of citations, the greater is the credibility of the researcher.

Acknowledge your source when you use: a direct quotation, a statistic, someone else’s idea, concrete facts, information from the internet, illustrations, photos or charts (not your own), or information not commonly known.

If many facts from one source are contained in a paragraph, use one citation for all of them after the last fact or idea. At the outset, use a phrase to signal the reader that you are using a source, such as “according to…” The citation should be in the same paragraph as the source.

You can see citations in your Google Scholar Profile or Scopus profile. It is necessary to create your Google Scholar/SCOPUS profile for the same. You can see a sample google scholar profile on this link https://scholar.google.co.in/citations?user=IrfavGQAAAAJ&hl=en

Plagiarism is the intentional/unintentional use of another’s words or ideas without acknowledgment. It is an unethical practice.

If in doubt, cite your source. To avoid plagiarism:

  • Always give credit for facts, quotations, and opinions that are not common knowledge, even when expressed in your own words.
  • Always give credit when you use another person’s wording, even a phrase. Use quotation marks.

Plagiarism amounts to a ‘fraud’ and is punishable under the Indian Copyright Act, 1957. As per section 63 of the Act, imprisonment from six months to three years is awardable on conviction.

If Students are publishing the paper in an international conference indexed in Scopus/WOS/SCI/SCIE then the cash incentive of Rs. 3000/- will be given to the authors of the paper. If Students are publishing the paper in an international journal indexed in Scopus/WOS/SCI/SCIE then the cash incentive of Rs. 5000/- will be given to the authors of the paper. However, this is to be recommended by the department as it is available for 25% of the students of each department. Format for application of cash incentive for publication is available on http://www.pccoepune.com/research-downloads.php
In most of cases, a template is given on the conference/journal website. The paper needs to be formatted as per the given template. If it is not given then you can use any template of Springer/Elsevier/IEEE or you can format in a simple single-column format. Some sample templates are available for download from http://www.pccoepune.com/research-downloads.php

A reference is a list showing the papers that one has cited. It is typically included at the end of the article. For the conference paper, you should give 20+ references, and for the Journal paper 30+. A good review paper for a journal should have 150+ references.