International Journal of Green and Herbal Chemistry (IJGHC) is founded by a self-supporting organization and does not receive funding from any institution / government. Thus for existence/financial independencies of the journal, authors have to pay as nominal charges (Cost towards processing, plagiarism checking, maintenance of paper in secured data storage system, databases for future archiving of the material ; to meet various overhead expenses like paper setting costs, employees charges, communication cost, maintenance cost, time cost, etc.). You have to pay a nominal cost of Rs.2000.00 (two thousand rupees only) only for Indian authors. Journals do not have subscription base/any sponsorship and are available for free search.
Different ways of depositing publication charge
There are following different ways of depositing publication charge for the publication of accepted articles. Author can choose anyone according to his/her suitability. Payment can be made as online bank transfer //Internet or Mobile Banking or NEFT.
Author can transfer/deposit publication charge in one of the given account:
For the articles or papers which authors submit for publication in the International Journal of Green and Herbal Chemistry, Only on acceptance of the manuscript after peer review, corresponding author will have to pay USD 50 for authors from SAARC countries and USD 65 for author from other countries. Amount of processing, evaluation, editor’s peer review and manuscript in plagiarism checking software fees for which a mail regarding payment details and mode of payment will be communicated to the authors by editor-in-chief of the Journal. If you are agree to pay, kindly reply us. We will process your article after receiving positive reply
Note: Please do email us the transaction number and date, Internet or Mobile Banking or NEFT etc., bank account holder's name, bank name, its branch & address (from where the transaction has been made), as soon as you make the transaction, so that we could immediately maintain its record. This will help us to identify the depositor and avoid any future controversies regarding the identity of the author paying the publication charge.