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ISSN 2228-9860
eISSN 1906-9642
CODEN: ITJEA8


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Vol.12(5) (2021)

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Other issues:
Vol.12(3)(2021)
Vol.12(2)(2021)
Vol.12(1)(2021)
Vol.11(16)(2020)
Vol.11(15)(2020)
Vol.11(14)(2020)
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