Full Paper Template

Getting your full paper Published

If your abstract is accepted and you have paid the registration fee for the Icshs2019, you are encouraged to submit your full papers

Conference Proceedings

If your abstract is accepted and you have paid the registration fee for the Icshs2019, you are encouraged to submit your full papers

Download the Full Paper Template for proceedings and read guidelines.
Prepare your manuscript in English. Please ensure that your manuscript does not contain grammatical and language errors
All third party work included in your paper should be properly acknowledged with referencing
The manuscripts should be submitted as a MS Word document in .doc or .docx format (not as a PDF format) with other supporting documents as requested in call for paper email
Send your paper to Icshs2019@likevents.com on or before the deadline

Affiliated Journals

Read through the journal’s Aims, Scope, Article preparation guidelines and Submission process before preparing the manuscript
Select and indicate the journal you prefer to publish with
Receive guidelines on submission through us and submit accordingly
Read more about journals through publication


All papers will go through double blind peer-review process and are expected to meet criteria outline by the journal
You may asked to revise the paper and submit back on or before the stated deadline
Acceptance or non-acceptance of the paper is solely in the hands of editorial board
For further details on publication contact Head of Publications at Icshs2019@likevents.com

Reviewing Process in a SNAPSHOT

All manuscripts will be subjected to double blind peer-reviewing and are expected to meet the scientific criteria of novelty and academic excellence.
The corresponding author is responsible for ensuring that the article’s publication has been approved by all other co-authors and takes responsibility for the paper during submission and peer review.
Review comments will be communicated to you and you may require to do necessary revisions and send revised paper on or before prescribed day
The publisher will not be held legally responsible should there be any claims for compensation.

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