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About the Journal
Focus and Scope
The Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Advancements (JOMRA) is an international, open access, peer reviewed research journal published semi-annually by the Global Research Institute and Training Center (GRIT). Research papers, reviews, case studies, technical notes and short communications are published online in this journal. JOMRA welcomes contributions from a diverse range of disciplines, as we believe that interdisciplinary dialogue and collaboration can drive innovation and impact. We welcome submissions from the natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, engineering and technology, health sciences, and environmental sciences, among others.
JOMRA publishes two issues a year in April and October.
Open Access Policy
JOMRA provides immediate open access to its online content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
Copyright and Licensing
Authors retain their copyright.
The articles in JOMRA are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
Acts of plagiarism are violations of academic policy and will not be considered in this journal. The ideas or words are allowed with proper attribution or permission from published or unpublished source. JOMRA will check the plagiarism using software at initial phase before sharing the paper to the reviewer.
Peer Review Policy
All submitted papers go through initial screeining, peer-review and editorial decision stages. The paper goes through double-blind review process.
Initial checks: All submitted manuscripts are checked to ensure that they fall within the scope of the journal. The manuscripts go through a plagiarism check. Manuscripts that are not properly prepared are returned to the authors for revision and re-submission.
Peer Review: After initial checks, the paper is submitted to at least two independent reviewers. These experts may also include Editorial Board Members of the journal.
Editorial Decision: The comments of the reviewers are shared with the author. The decision includes one of the following:
- Accept after minor revisions
- Major revisions required
- Submission to first decision: 15 days
- Peer-Review period: 15-30 days
- Acceptance to publication: 15 days
Would you like to join as a reviewer?
If you are interested in reviewing articles for JOMRA, please share your contact details, including your institutional affiliation and CV with your expertise at email@example.com.
JOMRA is published by the Global Research Institute and Training Center (GRIT).