International Journal of African and Asian Studies

The journal is a peer-reviewed, international and interdisciplinary research journal.

The scope of the journal includes, but not limited to, Africa and Asian cultural studies, language, religions, arts, films, fashions, public perceptions, development and cultural dynamics under the globalization and industrialization background, development and sustainability, etc.

The journal also covers interdisciplinary research across the topics on international collaborations, business development, law and policy.

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The journal is a peer-reviewed, international and interdisciplinary research journal. The journal follows a monthly publishing schedule and welcomes original research articles, reviews and reports.

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Manuscripts for publication must be submitted to in MS WORD format with a clear declaration indicating that,

  1. the submission is original,
  2. the submission is not being considered elsewhere,
  3. there is no conflict of interests and,
  4. the authors agree to grant the first editing / publishing rights to the journal upon acceptance.
Posted: 2015-01-07
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Vol 62 (2020)

Table of Contents


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Exploration of Banana Based Cropping System in District Khairpur Sindh Pakistan PDF
Ghulam Nabi 1-7
Assessment on Incidence and Severity of White Rote Associated with Agronomic Practice and Environmental Factors at North Shewa, Central Highlands of Ethiopia PDF
Zenebu Shewakena 8-12
Necessity of Restructuring the China-Africa Education Cooperation to Leverage the Fastest-Growing Economic Ties PDF
Reformulation of Fostering Corruption in Correctional Institution PDF
Darmawati . 25-35
Obafemi Awolowo’s Mental Magnitude: A Panacea to Nigeria’s Rape of Democracy PDF
Paul Akwagiobe Amoke, Lambert Peter Ukanga 36-39
Reasons of the gap between Outcome Characteristics of Private Higher Education, and Job Requirements in the Private Sector in Egypt (Reasons related to the community and the graduates) PDF
Hosam M. Ramy, Osama A. Abdella 40-49

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