ILMA Resource Development Initiative Grant (RDIG)


Nowadays, handling and stimulating diversity is of utmost importance to the future of sustainability and henceforth spread growing significance on the professional agenda. The need for this CALL has appeared due to understanding the promotion of conceptual and original contents of international standards and protocols. ILMA University invites the original contents in terms of books, book chapters and case studies pertaining to the focused domains of management sciences, computer science and media science from the prolific authors. The original contents published by set following publishers will be competing for the available grants under the IRDIG program of ILMA University.

  • SPRINGER
  • ELSEVIER
  • WILEY
  • SAGE
  • TAYLOR & FRANCIS
  • EMERALD
  • CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
  • OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS


  • The original / co-authors may qualify for up to 100% publishing grants for
  • Book written as principal / co-author.
  • Book chapter written as principal / co-author.
  • Case study developed as principal / co-author.

    The publishing honorarium up to $1,000 to the principal author will be paid against an acknowledgement for contributing for scholarly communications.



    *Terms & conditions apply
    Incentives are subject to approval by the BASR and can not be claimed as a right