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Journal of Engineering Issues and Solutions (JoEIS) now accepts the submission of the journal manuscripts all around the year. More information on the manuscript submission can be accessed through

[ISSN (p): 2795-1529; ISSN (e): 2795-1537]

A) About the Journal

Aims and Scope

JoEIS is a peer-reviewed and open access journal published by Nepal Engineers’ Association (NEA), both in print and online. The Journal aims to disseminate contemporary engineering issues of larger interest of mankind as well as potential and tested solutions for practical problems in the broad landscape of applied science and engineering. JoEIS accepts review articles, research articles, short communications, letter to the editor, book review, and commentaries in areas of applied science and engineering. It aims to provide a platform for multidisciplinary studies that blend the natural science and mathematics in applied science and engineering. The major focus areas of the journals include but not limited to:

Editorial Board
Advisory Editors
Journal Manager
Editors (listed in alphabetical order of first name, within each category)
1 Architecture/Agriculture/ Civil/Environmental
  1. Dr. Alka Sapkota (Environment, Solid Waste), Whitehouse International College, Kathmandu, Nepal.
  2. Dr. Anir Upadhyay (Urban Planning), UNSW, Australia.
  3. Dr. Bhesh Raj Thapa (Hydrology, Groundwater, Climate change, Water Resources, Agriculture and Irrigation); Universal Engineering and Science College, Affiliated with Pokhara University, Nepal.
  4. Prof. Dr. Binaya Kumar Mishra (Water Resources); Professor, Pokhara University, Nepal.
  5. Dr. Bishnu Prasad Gautam (Concrete Technology, Structural Engineering), Provincial Planning Committee, Province-5, Government of Nepal.
  6. Dipendra Gautam (Structure), Interdisciplinary Research Institute for Sustainability, Nepal.
  7. Mr. Hari Lal Kharel, Lamar University, Texas, USA.
  8. Dr. Indra Prasad Acharya (Geotechnical Engineering); Associate Professor, Institute of Engineering, Tribhuvan University, Nepal.
  9. Dr. Keshab Sharma (Geotechnical Engineering), BGC Engineering Inc., Canada.
  10. Dr. Kirti Kusum Joshi (Urban Planning), City Planning Commission, Kathmandu Metropolitan City, Nepal.
  11. Prof. Dr. Netra Prakash Bhandary (Geohazards), Ehime University, Japan.
  12. Prof. Dr. Padma Bahadur Shahi (Transportation).
  13. Dr. Pawan Bhattarai (Water Resources); Assistant Professor, Institute of Engineering, Tribhuvan University, Nepal.
  14. Dr. Pradeep Kumar Shrestha (Transportation), Assistant Professor, Institute of Engineering, Tribhuvan University, Nepal.
  15. Dr. Rajan Bhattarai (Water Resources), Deputy Director General, Department of Hydrology and Meteorology (DHM), Government of Nepal.
  16. Prof. Dr. Rajesh Rupakhety (Earthquake/Structural Engineering), University of Iceland, Iceland.
  17. Dr. Rajit Ojha (Water Supply/Sanitation/Environment), Ministry of Water Supply and Sewerage; Government of Nepal.
  18. Dr. Rajkumar GC (Agriculture engineering, multiple use water system, water productivity, agricultural water management), Virginia Tech, USA.
  19. Dr. Ram Chandra Tiwari (Geotechnical Engineering), Institute of Engineering, Tribhuvan University, Nepal.
  20. Dr. Rocky Talchabhadel (Hydro-meteorology), Researcher, Texas A&M University; USA.
  21. Dr. Rojee Pradhananga (Transportation), Assistant Professor, Institute of Engineering, Tribhuvan University, Nepal.
  22. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sanjaya Uprety (Architecture, Urban Planning, and Energy Efficient Building Design), Institute of Engineering, Tribhuvan University, Nepal.
  23. Dr. Shreemat Shrestha (Agriculture), Nepal Agricultural Research Council (NARC), Government of Nepal.
  24. Assoc. Prof. Shukra Raj Paudel (Environmental Engineering), Assistant Professor, Institute of Engineering, Tribhuvan University, Nepal.
  25. Dr. Yadu Nath Pokhrel (Water Resources), Associate Professor, Michigan State University, USA.
2. Computer/ICT/Information Technology
  1. Dr. Bishesh Khanal (Computer Science, Machine Learning, and Biomedical Imaging Informatics), NepAl Applied Mathematics and Informatics Institute for Research (NAAMII), Nepal.
  2. Prof. Dr. Danda B. Rawat (Cyber security, Machine learning, Wireless communication; Computer network; Mobile Apps), Professor, Howard University, USA
  3. Dr. Gajendra Sharma, Associate Professor, Kathmandu University, Nepal.
  4. Dr. Gyanendra Prasad Joshi, Assistant Professor, Sejong University, Korea.
  5. Dr. Pradeep Poudel, Nepal Telecommunication Authority, Nepal.
  6. Dr. Rajeev Kanth (ICT and Data Science), Associated Professor (Docent), Savonia University of Applied Sciences, Kuopio, Finland.
  7. Dr. Ved Kafle, Research Manager, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan.
3. Electrical/Electronics
  1. Dr. Arvind Kumar Mishra, Associate Professor, Institute of Engineering Tribhuvan University, Nepal.
  2. Prof. Dr. Bhanu Shrestha, Professor, Kwangwoon University, Korea.
  3. Dr. Madhusudan Kayastha, Electronics, Pokhara University, Nepal.
  4. Dr. Nirmal Paudel, ABB, USA.
  5. Dr. Surendra Shrestha, Associate Professor, Institute of Engineering, Tribhuvan University, Nepal.
  1. Prof. Dr. Bim Shrestha (Mechanical Engineering), Kathmandu University, Nepal.
  2. Dr. Dilip Khatiwada (Energy, innovation, nexus), Assistant Professor, Department of Energy Technology, School of Industrial Engineering and Management, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden.
  3. Prof. Dr. Hari Prasad Neopane (Mechanical Engineering), School of Engineering, Kathmandu University, Nepal.
  4. Dr. Nawraj Bhattarai (Mechanical Engineering), Associate Professor, Institute of Engineering, Tribhuvan University, Nepal.
  5. Dr. Prajal Pradhan (Renewable Energy, Agriculture and Food System), Postdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), Germany.
  6. Dr. Shree Raj Shakya (Mechanical Engineering, Energy), Director of Center for Energy Studies, Institute of Engineering, Tribhuvan University, Nepal.
5.Others: Mathematics engineering management, infrastructure planning, policy, engineering education, etc.

B) Publication Frequency

The JoEIS will be published at least once a year. It may publish special issues at any point of time in the areas of broader interest to the prospective readers. The editor board welcomes special issue proposals from established researchers in the field. The peer review process would be handled by the guest editors.

C) Access Policy

The journal is published as Open Access journal through Nepal Journals Online (NepJOL) with the goal of the greater global exchange of knowledge. The papers can be freely downloaded and used for non-commercial purpose from NepJOL. The first volume was published in May 2021, which are accessible freely at:

D) Publisher

Nepal Engineers’ Association (NEA)
Pulchowk, Lalitpur, Nepal

E) Author’s Guidelines

F) Peer-Review Statement

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