International Council for Education, Research and Training

About Us

International Council for Education, Research and Training is an autonomous non-government leading scientific and professional research & training organization with offices located in various countries. With several educators, researchers, consultants, and students as members, ICERT not only develops Educational Training Programs but also manages institutes, and promotes research and training in education globally. This is an institution of learning and training facilitating education, research and social welfare initiatives. 

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Welcome to Research and Publication Division

Welcome to the Research and Publication Division ICERT. International Council for Education Research and Training is continuously working to support researchers globally with the motto “Wisdom, Prosperity and Knowledge”. Team ICERT works with several academicians, teachers, researchers and community members to improve education and research systems globally. We at research and publication division put our all efforts to communicate effectively and transparently about the promotion of advancement and application of scientific research and knowledge to benefit the community and provide an ideal platform to succeed within the knowledge and beyond. For the advancement of research and welfare of education fraternity, team ICERT enhance collaborative and cooperative learning by organizing various seminars, conferences, group discussions, symposia, etc. The team ICERT inspire, motivate, encourage and support by giving opportunities and platform to individuals to realise their potential and achieve their goals. We invite scholars, researchers, faculty member from different institutions globally to collaborate for various research projects, publication of valuable research work in ICERT journals and magazines. On behalf of team ICERT, I welcome you all to the research and publication division of ICERT.

Prof. (Dr.) Aruna Anchal

Executive Director

Research and Publication Division

About Executive Director

Prof. Aruna Anchal is serving as Executive Director Research and Publication ICERT, she holds a doctorate in education and Postgraduate in English, History, Hindi and M.Ed. She has more than two decades of teaching experience in Education and Research and has research papers published and presented in various International and National Journals, Seminars, Conferences. Her four books have been published, more than 15 chapters in reputed edited books and magazines. Many articles have also been published in newspapers. She has also been invited to various Seminars, Conferences, workshops as Guest Speaker Keynote Speaker, Extension Lecture. Under her supervision five scholars have been awarded Doctorate degrees & one for Post graduation and seven are pursuing research, she is appointed as an External Coordinator, Evaluator, and Subject Expert for Ph.D. She is a member of various Journals, Organisations and NGO advisory board. She has been awarded Certificate of Appreciation in Seminars and Conferences. She has received more than 40 awards by various organisations, such as State Govt, of Haryana, Rohtak Administration, Rohtak PGI, Haryana Kala Parishad, Empowered Woman -Science and Technology New Delhi, Best Speaker by Parliament of Youth India (New Delhi), All India Radio (New Delhi) and many more, she is an active blood donor and has donated for 27 times and registered as an Eye donor too. Motto for life, “MILES TO GO BEFORE I SLEEP”, and to reach the goal always “REMEMBER THE TIME AND PLACE”

Publication Practices and Responsible Authorship

Researchers spend a lot of time in research practices and put up their findings for the welfare of education fraternity and society, it’s the right of researcher to disseminate their research findings through any mode, but results are most likely to be published as an article/ research paper in a scholarly/ academic journal. Honest, fair and accurate reporting of research methodologies, data collection tools, interpretation of data, and results are the basis of all publications. Researchers should avoid dividing a project into “least publishable units,” which misinforms the public on the importance and value of the research, and wastes time and money, they should also avoid publishing duplicate studies, and malpractices, that also unfairly represents the importance of the research.

An author is considered anyone involved with initially involved in conception, research design, data collection and analysis, manuscript drafting, or final approval. However, the following do not necessarily qualify for authorship: providing funding or resources, mentorship, or contributing research but not helping with the publication itself. Authorship credit should reflect the individual’s contribution to the study. The primary author assumes responsibility for the publication, making sure that the data are accurate, that all deserving authors have been credited, that all authors have given their approval to the final draft; and handles responses to inquiries after the manuscript is published.

Authors are usually listed in their order of importance, with the designation first or last author carrying special weight, although practices again vary by discipline. Academic institutions usually will not promote researchers to the rank of tenured faculty until they have been listed as first or last author on one or more papers. As with the principle of contribution, however, there are no clear rules for determining who should be listed as first author or the order in which other authors should be listed. The order of authorship on the by line should be a joint decision of the co-authors. Authors should be prepared to explain the order in which authors are listed. 

Recommended Reading: Authorship and Publication — U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Research Integrity


Must read the journal/ magazine publication policy before you proceed to submit your valuable research work. 


Publication Policy: General

Copyright: Copyrights for articles are retained by the authors, with first publication rights granted to the journal/ magazine/ publisher. Authors have rights to reuse, republish, archive, and distribute their own articles after publication. The journal/publisher is not responsible for subsequent uses of the work. Authors shall permit the publisher to apply a DOI to their articles and to archive them in databases and indexes on various platform. 

Open-access: We follow the Open Access way in journal publishing. This means that authors publish in the journals that provide immediate open access for readers to all articles on the publisher’s website. All articles published are open-access articles distributed under the terms and conditions of the Creative Commons Attribution license (CC BY 4.0).

Plagiarism: The publisher and journals have a zero-tolerance plagiarism policy. We check the issue using various plagiarism tools. 

Errata, corrections, and retractions:

The integrity of the scientific literature is best served by rapid correction of misleading or mistaken information. A decision to submit a correction or retraction should not be taken lightly and should involve all authors of the paper. 

The references cited in a research publication form the path that connects new work with the work on which it is built. Just as a thorough literature search is the foundation for responsible research, appropriate reference citation is the foundation for responsible reporting. It is the responsibility of author/s to include adequate references that document the origins of ideas, to verify that referenced works are consistent with the ideas and information credited to them, and to cite original sources whenever possible.

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