Volume 7, Number 21, January - March 2017

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There are many unresolved enigmatic situations in Nigeria, but that of horrendous indiscipline, including corruption and other financial malpractices, is worrisome. The damage it has done to the nations’ developing mono-sector economy is monumental. Consequently, the issue keeps reoccurring in every academic and informal discussion throughout the World, but it seems to be on the increase in Nigeria. Thus, it is believed by many in the society that corruption is the bane of Nigeria economic downturn. It is a known fact today in Nigeria that for a long time now things have gone wrong in almost all facets of human endeavours. Since 1976, successive governments (regimes) have made concerted efforts to eradicate, if not ameliorate the menace of corruption, but little or no success have been recorded.

Indian Journal of Arts concentrates on arts and new technologies, highlighting computational art with evolution of intelligent devices, sensors and ambient intelligent/ubiquitous systems, projects are exploring the design of intelligent artistic artifacts. Indian Journal of Arts delivers exciting primary and advanced research from all areas of arts including;

  • Art Disciplines (liberal arts, mathematical arts, mechanical arts, history, linguistics, literature, philosophy, Newspapers, Architecture, Sculpture, Painting, Music, Poetry, Dance, Theater/Cinema, Photography, Comics)
  • Visual arts (Drawing, Painting, Photography, Architecture, Conceptual art)
  • Literary arts
  • Performing arts (Music, Theatre, Dance)
  • Video games
  • Gastronomy
  • Arts criticism (Architecture criticism, Visual art criticism, Dance criticism, Film criticism, Music journalism, Television criticism, Theatre criticism)
  • Culinary art, Fine art, Martial arts, Arts education
  • Astrology, Accountancy, Business, Laws, Culture, Economics, Employment, Education, Finance, Humanity, Journalism, Management, Marketing, International relations, Migration, Political Science, Religions, Social Science, Sociology, Trade, Travel, Transport & Tourism, Political corruption, War & Peace, Black market & Black money, Care in child, aged & women, Population, Poverty, famine & starvation

Indian Journal of arts publishes articles and reports in a wide range of subject areas: arts and humanities. Special emphasis will be given to research and development, as well as the latter’s interface with the nature, particularly as they relate to major areas of concern in Universe. Articles being considered for publication elsewhere or published previously will not be considered. All material submitted for publication will be reviewed and edited to meet the standards. Copyright for material accepted for publication will transfer to the publisher. The journal publishes papers in English and paper should have an abstract in English of up to 100-400 words.

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The Editor-in-Chief
Indian Journal of Arts
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