Do we have to submit the paper submission fees at the time of paper
submission or after
the paper has been
Ans :The paper submission fee is the
fee paid to review your paper by our panel of experts. This should
be paid at the time of submission by a DD or through a credit card. A
paper is not considered for
peer review unless accompanied by the requisite paper submission fee.
Please download the Paper
attachment forms for this purpose.
Q2 : Is the paper submission
fee refundable if the paper is not selected?
Ans : NO
Q3 : How many authors are
allowed per paper? Is there a maximum limit for the number
Ans : NO, as long as all the authors
have a significant contribution in The Work.
Q4 : How many papers one
author can send?
Ans : No limit.
Q5 : Can the authors be from
different colleges and different cities
Ans : YES.
Q6 : Can a faculty be a
co-author, or is it to be a single author student paper?
Ans :A paper is considered a
“Student paper” only if all the authors are students under the PhD level.
The term “Student” refers only to Undergraduate students and
Graduate students pursuing the degree M.E./ M.Tech / M.S / M.Sc / MCA.
Ph.D students should submit their papers only as
Q7 : Being an Indian student
in the US now how much should I pay?
Ans :The term “Asian-resident” is
applicable only if all the authors of the paper are currently residents
Q8 : Can two students present
a paper together or it should be an individual?
Ans :Any number of people can
present in the given time, but generally not more than two will present any
Q9 : Can we submit more than
one paper with single registration fee?
Ans :NO, the submission fee is “per
Q10 : I am submitting a paper
electronically, how do I pay the fee.
Ans :If submitting by e-mail attach
the Paper and the Form to the mail. If paying by DD then please
provide the DD No. in the Attachment Form. Then, make a copy of the
attachment from and
enclose the DD with this form and send it
by surface mail or courier. If paying by credit card then give
the credit card details in the space provided in the forms.
Q11 :What is the procedure to
submit papers by post?
Ans :If sending by post kindly make
two hard copies and a soft copy in a 3 1/2" floppy and enclose the form
in the envelope. If paying by DD then please enclose the DD with the
Attachment Form. If paying by credit card then give the
credit card details in the space provided in the forms.
Q12 : Can I send the Abstract
before the deadline and submit the full-length paper after the
Ans :NO. Abstracts are not
considered for review. Only full-length papers will be accepted. Do NOT
send abstracts alone. The deadline has been extended to the 30th
of November, 2003. Hope this will give you
enough time to make your complete paper.
Q13: Should the paper
submission fee and copy right form be sent with the paper submission or at
the time of camera ready paper submission, if accepted.
Ans :The fee and the copyright
transfer form should be submitted along with the full-length paper.
Q14: What is meaning of Final/
Camera ready paper
Ans: It is the final paper that will
be directly reflected in the Conference proceedings. The camera ready paper
deadline gives you a window to correct or add more detail from your
earlier submission. The camera
ready format will be asked if your paper gets selected only.
Q15 :In the word template
for ICSCI papers below ABSTRACT there are three side heading called
Categories and Subject Descriptors, General Terms and Keyword are given.
Are the three
Ans :Kindly use the Paper Template
as far as you could. The paper template was given so that your time
would be saved in making the camera-ready format, if your paper gets
selected. There is no penalty for small mistakes in making the paper and
it will not affect the review of your paper. Please
refer to any IEEE paper for clarification of each field in the template.
Q16 : Will selected &
presented papers be published in the Conference proceedings.
Ans : YES.
Q17 : Where can I find the
Paper attachment forms and the Copyright transfer from.
Ans :The forms can be
downloaded from either
or from the mirror site