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This conference is a national conference that focuses on providing a common platform for all Engineering, IT and Management aspirants and researchers to share their ideas and views with the rest of the world. This conference aims to bring together students, research scholars and academicians from all walks of life who are involved and present their papers and share information on their research and its findings.

All the authors/candidates of the research/review articles are invited to attend the Kathford National Conference which is scheduled for 5th Baisakh, 2077 (17th April 2020) in Kathmandu. The conference venue and keynote speakers will be announced later. No registration fee is required to attend the conference. The presenters of the research papers must submit their ABSTRACT and FULL PAPERS no later than 9th Falgun, 2076 (21st February, 2020) and 2nd Chaitra, 2076 (15th March 2020) respectively. All the conference full papers will be published in KJEM, Volume 2 and two free prints in article format will be made available to each author.

Articles for KJEM are considered according to the following mechanism:
Submission without Invitation from Chief-Editor/Editor. The author can submit a manuscript without any invitation (https://kathford.edu.np/submit-article/). All manuscripts will undergo a rigorous peer-review process.
Invitation from Chief-Editor/Editor. The author submits a manuscript either via an invitation on his/her Email address from kijem@kathford.edu.np or via an official invitation letter from Kathford Journal Publishing Committee. All manuscripts will undergo a rigorous peer-review process.
All manuscripts are peer-reviewed, and final acceptance is dependent on the satisfactory response of the author to the reviewers’ comments if any. The corresponding author is responsible to communicate with the chief-editor/editor whenever he/she needs some scientific clarification on the content of the peer-reviewed manuscript.