TTHS is a rigorously peer-reviewed journal committed to publishing cutting-edge research, encompassing both practical applications and theoretical explorations. Accessible both in print and online, this scholarly journal, based on subscription, presents content of the utmost scientific caliber within diverse fields. Together, it compiles an extensive archive of modern innovations, prioritizing swift dissemination of groundbreaking ideas and discoveries.

Submission of original research implies that authors are presenting work undertaken by them, adhering strictly to research publication ethics for publication in a peer-reviewed journal. All submitted papers must be free from plagiarism, with the responsibility for providing authentic, verifiable, and reproducible data lying solely with the authors. Short communications accepted as research papers signify significant discoveries or protocols with far-reaching impacts in both academic and industry settings. Review articles, extensively cited as required, encapsulate the current understanding in specific fields. TTHS welcomes articles across these domains, aiming to publish them, after peer review and in compliance with research ethics, without any charge to the authors.

Authors also affirm that their submission constitutes original work, not previously published nor under consideration elsewhere. Upon publication, TTHS retains all copyright, and authors are prohibited from reproducing any part or the entirety of the published article without written permission from the Editor of TTHS or the publisher (Techno India University, West Bengal).

Additionally, conferences with research articles featured in TTHS must adhere to specific guidelines mirroring those applied to journal papers. Notably, the review process mandates:

• a minimum of three written reviews by impartial experts unaffiliated with the paper or its authors

• a framework supporting significant revisions, wherein revised papers undergo re-evaluation by the original reviewers

• comprehensive reviews assessing correctness, novelty, and significance of the work, evaluating complete papers with all necessary content.