The 2020 Sustainable Engineering and Industrial Technology Conference will provide opportunities to industry and academia participants to jointly examine, explore and critically engage on the issues of sustainability and advances in traditional and emerging fields of Engineering and Technology.Read more about Call for Papers: 2021 Sustainable Engineering and Industrial Technology Conference
Following my election as Dean of Engineering on July 08, 2020, I have assumed office on August 1, 2020. I have managed all the editorial works of this journal since 2010 while combining the job as Faculty PG Rep, Director of our Equipment Maintenance and Development Center, Director of Computer Communications Center, Head of my base Department and even as Associate Dean. It has been really tasking over the years but this is a job I accepted with all my heart and I have given it my all.Read more about A NEW EDITOR HAS BEEN APPOINTED TO MANAGE NIJOTECH
Dear Esteemed Authors,
Following an exhaustive remodelling of our interactive and dynamic website and our successful transition to OJS 3.0.x, articles can now be easily uploaded on our website. Please ensure that the Authors Guide is followed in prepapring your manuscript. The system will immediately notify you of further steps once you successfully upload your manuscript. If you encounter any problem, just send me an email on email@example.comRead more about ARTICLE SUBMISSION ON OUR WEBSITE IS NOW OPEN
Print issues of NIJOTECH for all issues published from 2013 to date are available on demand. We can ship it to any part of the word. Just specifiy the issues you want and the destination of the shipping and we will provide you with an invoice. Send your request to firstname.lastname@example.orgRead more about HOW TO OBTAIN NIJOTECH PRINT ISSUES
Following our statistcs bublished by AJOL (www.ajol.info) We are now well ahead of all other engineering journals in Sub-Saharan Africa.
You look at this link to confrim it:
Please go to: http://www.nijotech.com/index.php/nijotech/article/view/1035 to read the Editor's 40th anniversary noteRead more about At 43, NIJOTECH leads all other Engineering Journals in Subsaharan Africa
CrossRef(R) has just activated our Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs), a system that assigns a unique webpage to every published journal article. This is a right step towards JCR - Thomson Reuters Impact factor rating.
Our Prefix is:
Our partners in South Africa - AJOL is assigning and paying for the DOIs and the active articles are the ones uplooaded on their NIJOTECH subdomain.
2014-12-30We have created sections for our journal as follows: Read more about JOURNAL SECTIONS CREATED