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Indian Journal in 

Number Theory (IJNT-India)

Citation in text: 

References should be numbered in the order that they first appear in text and listed in numerical sequence on a separate sheet. References should be cited in full in the reference list, including the title and the first and last page numbers. In the reference list, Single Author Paper [1], Multi Author Paper [2], books [3], and proceeding [4] should accord with the following examples:

 [1] S. D. Pythagoras, On the squares of sides of certain triangles, J. Ancient Math. 4 (2003) 1-30.             

 [2] S. J. Kittel, G. Maria, D.J. Sepran, Localization of damaged structural connections based on experimental modal and sensitivity      analysis, J. of Sound and Vibration 210 (1) (2000) 91–115.           

 [3] A. Katish, Fundamentals of Acoustics. John Wiley, Inc. 4th ed., New York, 2000.            

[4] K. Sambrook, On the boundary layer equations for power law fluids, Proc. R. Soc. Lond. Ser. A 460 (2004) 3143-3158.

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**Other formats are not accepted **

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Publication in IJNT- India is totally free. There will be manuscript editing fee if manuscript is not in Latex format.


Format of Manuscripts:

  1. Please send your paper in IJNT- India Latex template format (which can be downloadable from this page) only . The paper should not normally exceed 5000 words, and should confirm to the following:
  2. Paper should contain the title, author(s) name, affiliation(s), mailing address, email
  3. Abstract describing the context and scope of the paper
  4. Keywords
  5. Two Mathematics Subject Classification (MCS 2010)
  6. Main text
  7. References

Instructions to Authors:

  1. ​T​he authors should submit an electronic copy of their unpublished and original paper through e-mail: ijntindia@gmail.com
  2.  Papers, which must be written in English, should have sound grammar and proper terminologies.
  3. Submissions must be original and should not have been published previously or be under consideration for publication while being reviewed for this Journal. 
  4. Authors submitting a revised manuscript need to outline separately the response to the reviewers’ comments including changes introduced to the manuscript.
  5. For reviewing, authors may send PDF file of their papers. Upon acceptance, authors using LaTeX are requested to submit final camera-ready-format LaTeX file along with copyright form.
  6. There are no page charges to individuals or institutions for contributions.

The submission of papers is invited for the forthcoming new periodical "Indian Journal in Number Theory" (IJNT- India) publishes manuscripts of high standard, through electronic submission and reviewing. It provides a fast communication platform among researchers using mathematics as a tool for solving problems in number theory. IJNT- India operates as an e-Journal, so that authors can look to rapid publication of accepted papers and to wide dissemination of their work. For more information please contact our Editor-in-chief of IJNT- India.