• ENGINEERING

    Making WorldThe question of whether computers can think is just like the question of whether submarines can swim. ~Edsger W. Dijkstra Read More
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    Designing the bestIf a man happens to find himself, he has a mansion which he can inhabit with dignity all the days of his life.~ James A. Michener Read More
  • DEVELOPING

    Developing World AccessScientists dream about doing great things. Engineers do them.
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Criterion for grading a Research Paper by Global Journals

Please note that following table is only a Grading of "Paper Compilation" and not on "Performed/Stated Research" whose grading solely depends on Individual Assigned Peer Reviewer and Editorial Board Member. These can be available only on request and after decision of Paper. This report will be the property of Global Journals.

Topics Grades
A-B C-D E-F
Abstract Clear and concise with appropriate content, Correct format. 200 words or below Unclear summary and no specific data, Incorrect form Above 200 words No specific data with ambiguous information Above 250 words
Abstract Clear and concise with appropriate content, Correct format. 200 words or below Unclear summary and no specific data, Incorrect form Above 200 words No specific data with ambiguous information Above 250 words
Introduction Containing all background details with clear goal and appropriate details, flow specification, no grammar and spelling mistake, well organized sentence and paragraph, reference cited Unclear and confusing data, appropriate format, grammar and spelling errors with unorganized matter Out of place depth and content, hazy format
Methods and Procedures Clear and to the point with well arranged paragraph, precision and accuracy of facts and figures, well organized subheads Difficult to comprehend with embarrassed text, too much explanation but completed Incorrect and unorganized structure with hazy meaning
Result Well organized, Clear and specific, Correct units with precision, correct data, well structuring of paragraph, no grammar and spelling mistake Complete and embarrassed text, difficult to comprehend Irregular format with wrong facts and figures
Discussion Well organized, meaningful specification, sound conclusion, logical and concise explanation, highly structured paragraph reference cited Wordy, unclear conclusion, spurious Conclusion is not cited, unorganized, difficult to comprehend
References Complete and correct format, well organized Beside the point, Incomplete Wrong format and structuring