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Your paper should not have been previously published or be currently under consideration for publication any place else. Submit your paper electronically through the IJMTS online system. All papers are subject to peer review. After your paper has been accepted, you must sign a copyright transfer agreement with IJMTS. Papers accepted for publication will be available free online.
The publishing Research articles are usually 5 to 16 pages long and the review process may take approximately 15-20 days. In special cases, shorter or longer articles may be accepted with appropriate reasoning.
Authors are requested to follow IJMTS guidelines for preparing their manuscripts. An article sample template can be found here(MS Word).
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Authors are requested to strictly follow the submission guidelines.
1. Manuscript must be written in English Language.
2. File must be in Microsoft Word format with 1 line spacing in A4 size Page.
3. The font of manuscript must be Times New Roman with 12 point size.
4. First page must be a title page. List all the authors with their organizational affiliation & e-mail id of corresponding author.
5. The submission must not be published elsewhere or submitted for publication.
6. Do not include authors name anywhere in the manuscript except first page.
7. All manuscript must include a maximum 250 words abstract, next to the title page. Add about 4 to 5 keywords one line below the abstract.
8. Figures must be in high resolution & clear with descriptive heading.
9. If the manuscript is accepted for publication, authors should provide the copyright for publication to the Journal.

The order of the content must be as per following sequence;

1. Title Page with Authors details

2. Abstract & Keywords

3. Introduction

4. Methods

5. Results

6. Discussion

7. References

8. Appendices (if any)

References must be according to APA style guidelines

For Book :
Alan Bryman & Emma Bell. (2007). Business Research Methods. New York : Oxford University Press

For PhD Thesis:
Mcdonalds, A. (1991). Practical dissertation title (Unpublished doctoral thesis). University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.

Article in a Journal:
Rottweiler, F. T., & Beauchemin, J. L. (1987). Detroit and Narnia: Two foes on the brink of destruction. Canadian/American Studies Journal, 54, 66–146

From Websites:
McDonald, C., & Chenoweth, L. (2009). Leadership: A crucial ingredient in unstable times. Social Work & Society, 7. Retrieved from

11. References must be according to APA style guidelines.

12. Papers must be submitted electronically to

Processing Charges: No publication Fee for the year 2017.

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