We all know that the students of today are responsible citizens of tomorrow, may be an officer or a scientist or some other professional. We don’t have sufficient number of writers who write in Assamese and that is why, required information is not found in time. To fill up this gap, Krishak Bandhu e-Magazine thought of creating some writers from the student community to meet the information and technology related demand of farmers and its stakeholders. And now, Krishak Bandhu Team is targeting to make its Anniversary Issue in January next to make a Student Special, so that sufficient writers are created from the young generation of students in agriculture and allied sectors.
In this connection, I am to inform you that I have been offered the chance of Guest Editorship of this January Issue of Krishak Bandhu, as one of my writings was already published in the e-Magazine. In the meantime, I have come to know from discussions with some of my colleagues in your college that there would be examination in the month of December; and hence we will collect the write-ups/articles from our student friends within the 30th November/17 and it will be published in the 2nd week of January/18. And we are quite hopeful that this new trend with a set of young writers in the field of Agriculture and allied sectors will be able to bring in information revolution among the farming communities.
2) Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry,
3) Home Science,
4) Fisheries Science,
http://www.krishakbandhu.org/for-student-special-issue/) or www.krishakbandhu.org
1) Both Assamese/English languages are accepted. But Assamese language is more preferred for this special issue to help our farmers’ community mostly in Assam as well as Northeast India.
2) Only the soft copies (in MS word file) are preferred. (N.B.: Please do not send hard copies/CDs).
3) Maximum word limit of the article: 1,500.
4) The full name and complete address with affiliation (i.e. Department, Institution with Address, Phone No. and E-mail ID) of the Author (s) should be written in the respective article.
5) Relevant photos/figures/graphs/tables should be in the JPG file format and need to be sent by creating a file along with the respective article or attachment. Mention the appropriate place and numbering for insertion of the relevant photos/figures/graphs/tables.
6) Preferably include a list of references or published web sources for any figures or texts or other materials in relevant places.
7) Any copyright violation is the sole responsibility of the individual author (s).
8) Articles submitted for publication in our e-Magazine should not be sent simultaneously for publication elsewhere. Even after publication in our e-Magazine, it should not be sent for publication in any other publications without permission from the Editorial board of our e-Magazine.
9) Please make sure that all guidelines (Sl. No. 1 to 8) are followed carefully. A timely submission, however, is not a guarantee that your work will be accepted for forthcoming publication (Decision of the editorial board is final). Once the article is accepted after successful peer review, the article is published online in the e-Magazine.
10) All the accepted articles will be queued for publication and will appear in the future issues based on the priorities set by the editorial board.
Note : E-mails with the forcibly/influential consideration, multiple queries on status, vicious language, offensive writings to Editor/Associate Editors may lead to rejection of the article.
# Students are requested to submit the soft copies of their write-ups to the following email ID firstname.lastname@example.org on or before the 30th November, 2017.
# For any queries, don’t hesitate to email us at: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com,
(Queries will be replied within three-seven working days)
Guest Editor,Krishak Bandhu Students’ Special Issue,
January 2018,Krishak Bandhu eMagazine
4th year Student of LCVSc,Joyhing; Lakhimpur.