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Journal of Development Research : A Quarterly Research Journal

Vivekanand Education Society Institute of Management Studies and Research (VESIM) publishes a quarterly peer-reviewed research journal named Journal of Development Research. It is registered as ISSN. 2229-7561 as per the Government of India (GOI) rules. This multidisciplinary journal aims to broaden understanding of issues impeding the institutional and structural transformation of societies. The journal follows APA guidelines.
 
The journal features in-depth research articles on topics such as:
  • Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (M.S.M.E.)
  • Infrastructure
  • Banking & Finance
  • Project Management
  • Disaster and Development
 
Editions of Journal of Development Research
 
CHIEF EDITOR
Dr. Satish Modh – Director, VESIM

MANAGING EDITOR
Dr. Nisha Pandey, Head-Centre of Excellence (Entrepreneurship & M.S.M.E.), VESIM

 

ADVISORY BOARD

Sr. No.

NAME

DESIGNATION

INSTITUTE / ORGANISATION

1.

Dr. K Nohria

 Ex CMD

Crompton Greaves

2.

Dr. A Sahay

Professor & Dean Ph. D Center

BIMTECH, Noida

3.

Dr. Anil S Sutar

Chairman Center for Research Methodology

TISS, Mumbai

4.

Dr. Ashish Pandey

Professor

IIT , Mumbai

5.

Dr. Chandrahauns R Chavan

HOD Research Center

JBIMS Mumbai

6.

Dr. Nachiketa Tiwari

Professor

IIT, Kanpur

7.

Dr. R Vaidyanathan

Professor of Finance & Control 

IIM, Bangalore

8.

Dr. Subhash Sharma

Director

IBA, Bangalore

9.

Dr. Yashwant Pathak

Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Affairs

College of Pharmacy, Univ. of South Florida

10.

Dr. Srini R. Srinivasan

Associate Professor

Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies

11.

Dr. Rakesh K Trivedi

Professor & Head Department of Chemical Technology-Oil Technology.
Director
Vice-President

Harcourt Butler Technical University (HBTU), Kanpur, India

STEP-HBTI
OTAI (HQ)

12.

Dr.  Meera Shanker

Professor OB and HR and Director

JDBIMS, SNDT, Univ. of Mumbai

13.

Dr. Som Sekhar Bhattacharyya

Prof. of  Strategic  & Technology Management

NITIE, Mumbai

14.

Dr. Satya R. Acharya

Associate Sr. Faculty

Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDII),  Gandhinagar, Gujarat, INDIA

15.

Mr. R. K. Sinha

General Manager- Learning and Development (L&D)

Bank of India, Mumbai 

16.

Prof. Devdip Purkayastha

Adjunct Associate Professor

The Center of entrepreneurship, IIT Bombay

17.

Prof. Vijay Laxmi Pandey

Prof. of Economics

Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai

18.

Dr. Siddharth Shastri

Vice-President & Professor of Economics, Dean, Faculty of  Social Sciences

Banasthali Vidyapith, Rajasthan

19.

Prof. Rajesh Chandwani

Assistant Professor

Indian Institute of Management, Ahmadabad

20.

Prof. Varadraj Bapat

Associate Professor 

Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay 

21.

Prof.  Prashant  Saraswat

 

University of Utah , USA

22.

Prof. M. V. Ashok

Adjunct Prof
Former Chief General Manager

TISS, Mumbai
NABARD

Code of Publication Ethics

VESIM Policy against Plagiarism

Objective:

To ensure that documents such as thesis, dissertation, assignments, reports, publications or any other such documents are free of plagiarism at the time of their submission.

Highlights
  1. Every student submitting a thesis, dissertation, term papers, reports or any other such documents to the Institute shall submit an undertaking indicating that the document has been prepared by him or her and that the document is his/her original work and free of any plagiarism.
  2. The Dean, Faculty, Librarian and other authorized personnel will be provided access in plagiarism detection tool (Turnitin) for checking the content of the scripts. The faculty guide/mentor shall instruct the student to get the plagiarism report of their documents from the librarian.
  3. The library shall create a Repository in soft copy format for all the dissertation / thesis / paper / publication and other in-house publications.
  4. Similarity checks for exclusion from Plagiarism
  5. The similarity checks for plagiarism shall exclude the following:
    1. All quoted work either falling under public domain or reproduced with all necessary permission and/or attribution.
    2. All references, bibliography, table of content, preface and acknowledgements.
    3. All small similarities of minor nature.
    4. AII generic terms, laws, standard symbols and standards equations.
  6. Zero Tolerance Policy in core area: The core work carried out by the student, faculty, staff and researcher shall be based on original ideas and shall be covered by Zero Tolerance Policy on Plagiarism. The core work shall include abstract, summary, hypothesis, observations, results, conclusions and recommendations. 
  7. Levels of Plagiarism in non-core areas –
    For all other (non-core) cases, plagiarism would be quantified into following levels of severity:
    1. Research Scholars / Faculties / Contributing Authors- Similarities up to 20%. – excluded. Such Research Scholars / Faculties / Contributing Authors shall be asked to submit a revised script within a stipulated time period.
    2. Students - Similarities up to 30%. – excluded. Similarities more than this shall not be given any mark and/or credit for the plagiarized script and shall be asked to submit a revised script within a stipulated time period.

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