ePrints@MoES repository collects, preserves and disseminates in digital
format the research output created by the MoES research community.
It enables the MoES community to deposit their preprints, postprints and
other scholarly publications using a web interface, and organizes these
publications for easy retrieval. While eprints@MoES can be accessed by
anybody, submission of documents to this repository is limited to the MoES
research community only. ePrints@MoES repository is running on EPrints open archive software, a
freely distributable archive system available from eprints.org. ePrints@MoES complies with the Open Archives Initiative (OAI) framework allowing
publications to be easily indexed by web search engines and other indexing
Other institutions are invited (and encouraged) to set up their own open archives for author self-archiving, using the freely-distributable eprints.org software used at this site.
Any correspondence concerning this specific archive should be sent to admin[at]eprints.moes.gov.in;.
While utmost care has been taken to provide as authentic and accurate information as possible with regards to the eprints in this archive, MoES disclaims any responsibility or liability from any incidental errors. Users also assume the sole responsibility for use of any content appearing on ePrints@MoES.
While content from this archive can be freely downloaded for purposes of academic teaching and research, redistribution or hosting of full-text content in any retrieval system for profit is strictly prohibited.
In no event shall MoES be liable to the users of ePrints@MoES or to any third party for any direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, special or exemplary damages or lost profit resulting from any use or misuse of information provided on ePrints@MoES.
About this software
This site is running software from eprints.org / revision: EP3.1 version;
EPrints is free software developed by the University of Southampton, England.
EPrints2 by Christopher Gutteridge, assisted by Mike Jewell.
Original version 1.0 software design and implemention by Robert Tansley.
For more information see eprints.org
Technologies employed and supported:
Developed at the Department of Electronics and Computer Science at the University of Southampton, England.