Article Processing Charge
We assured to our valuable author(s) that JEBAS will not charge any subscription fee or pay per view fees to access articles published in the electronic version of journal. Hence JEBAS will not get any financial benefits by subscription or from pay per view therefore, the only source of meeting all our expenses is the fee we receive from our esteemed authors. So, upon acceptance of an article, authors are required to pay manuscript handling fee as suggested by the Editorial board. Publication of an article in the Journal of Experimental Biology and Agricultural Sciences is not contingent upon the author’s ability to pay the charges. Neither is acceptance to pay the handling fee by the author a guarantee that the paper will be accepted for publication.
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We always try to provide a suitable platform to our esteemed authors particularly from developing countries to share their experimental findings with the international scientific community and APC should not become a barrier in this effort. To minimized this publication barrier JEBAS always offer a suitable waiver to authors on first come first serve basis. The decision of this waiver depends on the several factors viz country (low income or high income group), manuscript length, number of figures and tables, rounds of revision etc. Author can request in advance to editorial office if they need waive in manuscript handling fee under special circumstances.
1. Upon application, corresponding authors from High-income Countries may be granted up to 20% waiver.
2. Upon application, corresponding authors from Upper-middle-income Countries may be granted up to 20% waiver.
3. Upon application, corresponding authors from Low-middle-income Countries may be granted up to 30% waiver.
4. Upon application, corresponding authors from Low-income Countries may be granted up to 30% waiver.
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Corresponding authors requesting for these waivers must strongly demonstrate why their waiver applications should be granted. Authors who are eligible for waivers should apply immediately after the submission of their manuscripts.