Nirma University Journal of Engineering and Technology (NUJET) serves as a reliable means for prompt dissemination of quality research work of all disciplines of engineering. It is indexed by Google scholar and is registered with Open Archive Initiative (OAI) thus giving wide visibility to articles.

NUJET serves as an instrument for prompt dissemination of original theoretical and applied research results in several disciplines of engineering. Its scope encompasses relevant topics under the broad disciplines:

  • Chemical Engineering,
  • Computer Science & Information Technology,
  • Civil Engineering,
  • Electronics & Communication Engineering,
  • Mechanical Engineering,
  • Instrumentation & Control Engineering,
  • Electrical Engineering,
  • Engineering Education, and
  • Engineering Mathematics.

The full length research article may contain original research contributions in the form of state-of-the-art literature review, mathematical analysis, modelling and simulation studies, design procedures, computer flowchart and programme, practical implementation, and hardware realisation.

The Journal publishes:

  • Research articles,
  • State-of-the-art review papers,
  • Book reviews,
  • Case studies, and
  • Invited papers from renowned researchers.

Objectives of NUJET:

  1. To promote research publication activities in technology and engineering by associating various domains, and providing a medium to interact.
  2. To attract innovative research contributions from scholars belonging to various parts of the globe, and put them on a common platform for dissemination of knowledge among research fraternity.
  3. To create an archival pool of quality intellect for ready reference of the researchers.
  4. To propagate interdisciplinary research approach in the engineering fraternity.
  5. To help researchers in reaching peers through their work and getting constructive criticism or appreciation, which helps budding researchers in life-long learning.

Chief Editor
Prof Dr P N Tekwani,
Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering
Institute of Technology, Nirma University
Sarkhej-Gandhinagar Highway
Post: Chandlodia, Ahmedabad – 382 481, Gujarat, India.

Associate Editors and Co-Associate Editors (from Nirma University)

Discipline of the Journal Name of
Associate Editor(AE)
Name of
Co-Associate Editor
Chemical Engineering Prof Dr Jayesh Ruparelia Dr Nimish Shah
Computer Science & Information Technology Prof Dr Sanjay Garg Dr Ankit Thakkar
Civil Engineering Prof Dr U V Dave Prof S P Thakkar
Electronics & Communication Engineering Prof Dr Tanish Zaveri Dr Mangal Singh
Mechanical Engineering, Prof Dr B A Modi Dr Madhusudan Achari
Instrumentation & Control Engineering Prof Dr D M Adhyaru Dr H K Patel
Electrical Engineering Prof Dr P N Tekwani Dr Kuntal Bhattacharjee
Engineering Education Dr Richa Mishra Dr Sandeep Malhotra
Engineering Mathematics Dr Kunal Pathak Dr Motilal Panigrahi

The Editorial Board is supported by a team of esteemed reviewers in each of the disciplines of the Journal. The reviewers are from Nirma University, other Academic Institutes of Repute from India as-well-as abroad, industry, and research organisations.

Full-text manuscripts should be submitted by one of the authors (considered as corresponding author) of the manuscript through the online submission system which can be accessed after registering as an author on this website. Only electronic files with .doc, .docx, and .pdf extension can be uploaded. Corresponding authors must fill all the necessary meta-data relevant to the submission. It is suggested that before starting the submission, the authors must read carefully all the instructions and policies pertaining to the Journal. It is assumed that by submitting the paper, the authors agree with all the policies and guidelines of the journal.

There is no page limit for the initial manuscript, however, it is generally 8 page for a research paper, and 12 page for a review paper. Note that usually in the review process the reviewers tend to ask for more explanations, and it correspondingly leads to increase in the length of the final paper. Note that in the final page count, the authors’ biographies and photos should be included.

Only electronic submissions are accepted to facilitate rapid publication and minimise administrative costs. Submissions by anyone other than one of the authors will not be accepted. The corresponding author takes responsibility for the paper during submission and peer review. It is also the responsibility of the corresponding author to keep informed other authors (co-authors) of the paper about the status of the paper from time-to-time.

The paper must be submitted on the understanding that they have not been published elsewhere (except in the form of an abstract or as part of a published lecture, review, or thesis, or as preliminary version in the form of a conference paper) and are not currently under consideration by another conference/journal by any other publisher. The corresponding author is responsible for ensuring that the article’s publication has been approved by all the other co-authors of the paper. Further correspondence and proofs will be sent to the corresponding author before publication. It is a condition of submission of a paper that the authors permit editing of the paper for readability, and if needed for correct language also.

All manuscripts are subjected to double-blind peer review and are expected to meet standards of academic excellence. Submissions will be considered by Editors if not rejected right away by the Chief Editor/Associate Editors. Identities of peer-reviewers remain anonymous to the authors.

All submitted full-text articles should report original and previously unpublished research results either in the form of experimental or theoretical work and new case studies.

The language of the manuscript is English. Many a times it is observed that authors do not take adequate care of using proper grammar and overlook the linguistic flow of the paper. Majority of papers are rejected not only because of the poor technical contents, but due to lack of proper presentation also. It is strongly suggested to authors that they must look into this aspect and prepare the manuscript error free as far as language and technicalities are concerned. Poor grammatical representation clearly indicates immature paper writing skills. Writing a paper demands; an iterative task, precise use of words, presentation by self-explanatory figures, sound mathematical analysis of the concept, modelling and simulation studies, validation of the concept by experimental results, and thorough structuring of the paper. Initial submission must be prepared taking all such care for seamless review process and fast acceptance of the paper. Author should ask an English-speaking colleague to proofread the paper. Papers that fail to meet basic standards of literacy are likely to be unsubmitted by the Editorial Office.

Submissions prepared using LaTeX are preferred. But, submissions in .doc or .docx format are also accepted. Please use the templates provided on the IEEE site ( for the same. Authors are advised to strictly adhere to the template style while preparing the manuscript. Casual approach in the format of the paper may lead to straight “Reject”. Especially the care is to be taken for: font size and type of paper title, abstract, paragraph headings, sub-headings, figure captions, table headings, equations, referencing style, and completeness of the references.

It is strongly suggested that authors must themselves do the similarity index check of their manuscript prior to its initial submissions for the Journal. The paper shall be properly modified to bring the similarity index below 20%. This will help saving time at both the sides and lead to fast review process.

Submissions will be checked for plagiarism using proper Turnitin software. If similarity index is greater than 20% then the submission will be rejected, if it is not an extension of the work by the same authors published earlier. If it is an extension of the work by the same authors published earlier in a conference proceedings then the submission must be a substantial revision of the conference paper, containing significant novel material (at least 30% of additional material). In this case, at the submission time, the authors must indicate in the cover letter when and where the paper has been published, and explain the major differences of the submission with respect to the earlier published work. Also authors must include that published paper of own in the list of references of the newly submitted paper. A copy of the earlier publication should be provided as part of the submission.

Authors who publish with this Journal agree to the following terms:

  1. Authors retain copyright and grant the Journal right of publication with the work simultaneously licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License (CC BY-SA 4.0). The license allows others to share the work with an acknowledgement of the work’s authorship and initial publication in this journal. In addition to that, users must provide a link to the license, indicate if changes are made and distribute using the same license as originalif the original content has been remixed, transformed or built upon.
  2. Authors do not retain publishing rights of their published article in the Journal.

Open Access Policy:

Users have the right to read, download, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles published in the Journal.

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