Global Research is going to organize second E-Conference on 'ETSMET-2015', August 8, 2015 .Global Research successfully organized first E-Conference on 'GRAET-2015' and 'GRAMP-2015'. 'Journal of Global Research Computer Science & Technology (JGRCST)' is indexed successively by Google Scholar, Open Academic Journal Index, Research Bible, Journal Index, Directory of Research Journal Index, SCRIBD, General Impact Factor, Scientific Indexing Services and many more.Global Research invites research paper from various engineering and management disciplines for upcoming issue. Authors are requested to send original and good quality papers.Congratulations! JGRCST of Vol-3 Issue-VI (Proceedings Issue) has been released.


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