ABSTRACT

More reading of related journal articles, writing 2-3 times or more for building a sound scientific article for journal, involvement minimum course work, develop project work and dealing with project, come to touch with a good/renowned scientist and all these are the universal guideline for buildings successful scientist and philosopher. There successful schematic models are the pillars of research covering a strong publication in journal.

Key words: Guideline, scientist, research, philosopher, article publication, journal.

Guideline and suggestions given by renowned scientists and philosophers regarding research and writing of scientific articles for publication in journal

  • Academic teaching and research or research building with professional career is a God gifted award where human strong desires and activities work as a single factor.
  • According to Japanese Professors and scientists good researchers are those they must work most of the times in field, lab. or research related activities where past academic good/strong career is not the factor/criteria for the sound researchers.
  • More involvement in research, more writings and publications make a man true researcher, and ultimately a great one as strong/renowned scientist and/or philosopher.
  • Here two factors work uniformly like knowledge based research (KBR) or research based knowledge (RBK) are important to establish as renowned/great researchers, scientists and philosophers.
  • Dr. H. Brown (author of more than 800 publications) Prof. of Chemistry, Indiana University, USA, was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1979 who was good friend of my supervisor Prof. Paasivirta, Dept. of Chemistry, Univ., Jyvaskyla, Finland. During taking of Nobel Prize in December 1979, he visited our Dept. of Chemistry, (then there I was a PhD student) where I personally discussed about the success and failure of research and building career as good researcher. Prof. Brown then congratulated me for my new invention and discoveries of pesticide residual works and some of my analytical methods for detection of metabolites and residues for food safety against hazardous pesticides in 1976-79. He concluded with few words, “Minimum class load (5-10%), and maximum involvement lab./field/other research (80-90%) and writing and publications (>90%) are the best criteria for developing a perfect/successful researcher where standard journals are encouraged”.
  • Paasivirta (renowned scientist, more than 500 publications, nominated 2-3 times for Nobel prize (unofficial) where his supervisor in Finland was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1943, worked with him at his Dept./lab. at Jyvaskyla, Finland; replied me in 1980 regarding handling of good research and to be good researcher-minor class load for MS/PhD courses, most of the time involvement in research, reading, writing and publishing of articles in journals, participation and presentation of articles related confs./seminars” where I published 30-35 articles in Inter. Journals and participations of more than 20 conferences with him in 1976-84 at different universities of Finland, Norway, England and Ireland.

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