Aim and Scope

Aim


  • "Annals of Multidisciplinary Research, Innovation and Technology (AMRIT)" is a broad-based peer-reviewed multidisciplinary biannual ‘open access’ journal focused on publication of original article that contributes significantly to knowledge in the focused areas research, education and empowerment and development. The journal is intended to publish works of highly organized core research groups as well as from the research workers of fringe areas of research orbits and research scholars of universities and institutes for immediate publication. Area- “Annals of Multidisciplinary Research, Innovation and Technology (AMRIT)” is a Multidisciplinary journal.



Scope of publication and Areas



  • Annals of Multidisciplinary Research, Innovation and Technology (AMRIT) is a broad-based peer-reviewed multidisciplinary biannual open access journal focused on publication of original article that contributes significantly to knowledge in Physical Science, Life Science, Chemical Science, Agricultural and allied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, Food Technology, Biotechnology, Microbiology, Molecular Biology, Pharmaceutical Science, Paramedical Science, Nursing, other fields of science including instrumentation and methodology, Commerce, Business Management, Education, Humanities & Social Science. Review articles on a current topic in the above fields are also considered. Annals of Multidisciplinary Research, Innovation and Technology (AMRIT) strongly promotes innovative novel research works for publication as full-length papers, review papers, short/mini review papers, Short/Rapid/Brief Communications, Case Reports/Pilot project reports/Survey projects reports, and Letters/opinions/Commentaries.


Category of papers/articles



  • "Original Research Paper" - This is a generic term for full-length paper containing original research findings of the authors. Length should be restricted to 4000 words excluding figures and tables. Maximum figures and tables should be 8 in total.
  • "Review Paper" - This is a paper summarizing the state of research on a topic. These can often be somewhat long, are often but not always by invitation only, and this category can include meta-analysis, but doesn't have to. This may also be the umbrella that commentaries fall under, but again, not always. Length should be restricted to 6000 words. Figures with due permission from original sources should be included to better explain concepts.
  • "Short/Mini Review Paper" - This is a shorter version of a review paper on an emerging topic of interest summarizing the state of research focusing a future direction. These also often but not always by invitation only. Length should be restricted to 2000 words excluding figures and tables. Maximum figures and tables should be 4 in total.
  • "Short/Rapid/Brief Communication" - A shorter version of "Original Paper", whose methods, findings, etc. don't justify a full-length paper. They still contain original findings, but are general much more straightforward.Length should be restricted to 1500 words excluding figures and tables. Maximum figures and tables should be 4 in total.
  • "Case Reports/Pilot project reports/Survey projects reports" – This may consist of the research design with detail findings described under suitable heads as per need of the study and report where an unexpected or novel occurrence is described which might be accompanied but not mandatory by a review of the literature. Length may be restricted to about 2000 words excluding figures and tables. Maximum figures and tables should be 4 in total.
  • "Letters/Opinion/Commentaries" - Possibly even shorter original findings, field reports, single observations, researchable issues ideas, concept note etc. This can also include arguments about previously published papers, which involve either opinion pieces or snippets of contradictory or supporting research. Length should be restricted to 1000 words excluding figures and tables. Maximum figures and tables should be 4 in total.

Section Policies



  • Publication Frequency: Bi-annual, in July - December and January – June each year. Articles: Open access, Indexed, and Peer reviewed Language – English

  • Review Process – Double Blinded

  • Template of the Paper submission: Open submission, Indexed, Peer reviewed

  • Publication charge/fee: There is no publication fee for any article.

  • Open Access Policy: This journal provides open access to its content based on the fact that this will result in widest dissemination of information across various stakeholders.

  • Views expressed by the authors are not necessarily the views of the Editorial Board and the Publisher.

  • Annals of Multidisciplinary Research, Innovation and Technology (AMRIT) remains neutral with regard to jurisdictional claims in published maps and institutional affiliations in any of the article.