Paper Prints Policy

  1. Purpose:

The Paper Prints Policy for Kashf Journal of Multidisciplinary Research outlines the guidelines and procedures for the production and distribution of printed copies of the journal's articles.

  1. Digital-First Publication:

Kashf Journal of Multidisciplinary Research primarily operates as a digital-first publication, wherein articles are published online in electronic format on the journal's website. This digital approach allows for widespread accessibility, cost-effectiveness, and environmental sustainability.

  1. Print-on-Demand Option:

While the journal prioritizes digital distribution, authors and readers may request printed copies of individual articles for specific purposes, such as promotional activities, academic events, or personal use. Printed copies will be made available on a print-on-demand basis.

  1. Request Process:

Authors or readers interested in obtaining printed copies of articles published in Kashf Journal of Multidisciplinary Research can submit a formal request to the journal's editorial office. Requests should include details such as the article title, author(s), volume, issue, and the desired number of copies.

  1. Printing and Fulfillment:

Upon receiving a request for printed copies, the journal's editorial team will coordinate with a trusted printing partner to produce the requested articles. Printing will be done using high-quality materials and professional printing techniques to ensure the readability and durability of the printed copies.

  1. Costs and Fees:

Printing and shipping costs associated with fulfilling requests for printed copies will be borne by the requester. The journal will provide an estimate of the total costs based on factors such as the number of pages, quantity of copies, and shipping destination. Payment must be made in advance before printing and fulfillment can proceed.

  1. Copyright and Licensing:

Printed copies of articles from Kashf Journal of Multidisciplinary Research will retain the same copyright and licensing terms as their digital counterparts. Requesters are expected to adhere to copyright laws and regulations governing the use and distribution of printed materials.