Publications

OUR PUBLICATIONS
1. Journal: Our department is going to publish annual Journal of CDP (AJCDP) from this year. Please send your original research article before 31st December 2014.



Instruction to the authors
(a) Article should be written in Latex2e format (download macro/style files here)
(b) A full length figure and table caption should be given. Figure/table will be re-sized and re-formatted later.
(c) Reference style of Physical Review Letters should be strictly followed.
(d) Manuscripts must be submitted electronically via e-mail attachments (to the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).
(e) All the articles will be peer reviewed by the international experts.

Reference Style in Physical Review Letters

All references should be cited in the body of the text and not in the abstract. In the body of the text, references should be numbered consecutively in order of first appearance. The onus is upon authors to update references throughout the review and publication process. The completeness and accuracy of the data contained in the references are especially important. In preparing the list of references for papers submitted to the Physical Review journals, authors should be guided by any recent publication in the relevant Physical Review journal and the Physical Review Style and Notation Guide. Some of the more common reference styles are indicated below.
et al. The use of et al. is discouraged in the reference section. The names of all authors should be given in the references. If the number of authors exceeds ten, then the first ten author names may be listed and then et al.
Journal References: Authors, journal name, volume number, page or article number, and year of publication. Titles and ranges of page numbers are generally not printed. Separate multiple references by a semicolon, and ibid. may be used if the same source occurs several times in the same reference.
Conference Proceedings: Authors, exact title, editors, publisher, city of publication and year; the last three items should be in parentheses. Edition, volume and page number should follow the parenthesis, if provided. (to be published) If it is known that a paper has been accepted for publication by a particular journal or Conference Proceedings, it may be cited as above with the phrase "(to be published)" at the end.
Books: Authors, exact title, editors (if any), publisher, city of publication, and year; the last three items should be in parentheses. Edition, volume and page number should follow the parenthesis, if provided. References to books in the process of being published should include "(in press)."
Reports Authors, institution, report number, and year. Include the title of the report, if provided, especially if a report number is not available.
Theses: Author, degree, institution, and year. Do not add "(unpublished)" to a thesis reference.
E-print References: These should be styled as, for example, "authors, arXiv:1204.1234." Do not insert the words "e-print" or "unpublished" or a year. If journal information is provided and the paper has been accepted for publication then add "[journal name (to be published)]" to the end.

(private communications): The information cited is not available in either published or report form and acknowledges the receipt of information from another source, "authors (private communication)."
(unpublished): Journal references not yet accepted for publication will be listed as "(unpublished)." Manuscripts in preparation or to be submitted, lectures, or invited talks will simply be given as "authors (unpublished)."

2. Magazine: Physics magazine named 'Symmetry' has been published by the students of this department since last 10 years. Each volume is dedicated to the great physicists of all time. The front page of all previous nine volumes of the Symmetry is shown below:




All M.Sc. students are welcome to send article for 10th volume of the Symmetry. Only original articles are invited. The research article should be descriptive.
The contact address is as follows:
Symmetry Publishing Committee, 2015
Central Department of Physics, TU
Kirtipur, Kathmandu, Tel: 01-4331054
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