About Sadhana (Engineering Sciences) Journal
Sadhana – Academy Proceedings in Engineering Sciences was started in the year 1978 after it split from being a part of the Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences – Section C, and was renamed Sadhana in the year 1984. The word Sadhana from Sanskrit will be familiar to Indian readers. Apte's well-known dictionary lists among its meanings “accomplishment …proof…instrument or tool..” – all conveying the sense of physical achievement that is central to successful engineering. The journal covers all branches of engineering science and technology including mechanics (fluid, solid, thermal), computer science, electronics, energy, aerospace technology, materials science, nuclear engineering, systems analysis, alternative technologies, etc. The journal focuses on papers that are relevant to more than one professional group, either because the work is fundamental or because it reflects the best in current technology; also on summaries of special projects of interest to engineering scientists. The journal also encourages critical reviews, especially on subjects of interest to the country. Papers on developments in Indian technology must pay special attention to the problems peculiar to the country in such projects.
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Publisher Profile - Indian Academy of Sciences
The Indian Academy of Sciences was founded and registered as a society in 1934 with the aim of promoting the progress and upholding the cause of science, in both pure and applied branches. It strives to meet its objectives through promotion of original research and dissemination of scientific knowledge to the community via meetings, discussions, seminars, symposia and publications. Indian Academy of Sciences is now an autonomous institution under the Department of Science and Technology (DST) of the Government of India. It is fully funded by DST.