Author Guidelines

It is easy and convenient to publish your research article in the IJMIRR.

Manuscript submission to ijmirrjournal@gmail.com or ijmirr@agribusinessedu.com

You can submit papers online as well: Click Here

Manuscript Template

To format your manuscript, please click here to download the template.

Preparation for Manuscript

The length of the manuscript should be 6 to 25 pages. Exceptionally, IJMIRR can consider manuscripts that are shorter or longer, given that the content is of high value. When a manuscript is considerably longer than 25 pages, no additional page charges are needed. The following elements must be included in all submitted manuscripts:

To format your manuscript, please download the template.

  • Titles
  • List of authors, affiliations with them, and email addresses
  • Abstract
  • Introduction
  • Main Body
  • Results and discussion
  • Findings
  • (optional) Acknowledgments
  • The References

Title: 

Make sure the title is succinct and descriptive. Titles should be displayed in the case of the title-all words should be in lower case letters, except the first word.

List of authors, affiliations with them, and email addresses:

Include all the authors’ full names and affiliations. Department, university or association, region, and country should include affiliations. As the corresponding author, one of the authors should be appointed and their email address must be included.

Abstract: 

The abstract, not exceeding 400 words, should briefly introduce the manuscript. The abstract does not contain any citations.

Keywords: 

In order to differentiate them, at least 3 keywords or phrases should be used and have to be distinguished by commas.

Introduction: 

A background for your manuscript should be given in the introduction section. Please bear in mind when writing the introduction that certain readers may not be experts in your field of study.

Main body: 

The main section of the body should contain the main proposals, findings, and debates proposed.

Conclusions: 

A conclusion is where you summarize the results of the paper and generalize their meaning, address contradictory facts, and suggest further analysis. An efficient conclusion should provide a paper with closure, leaving the reader satisfied that the concepts were fully explained.

Acknowledgments: 

You are free to decide as an author whether or not to provide acknowledgments. The acknowledgments section typically contains the names of individuals who have contributed to the work in some way but do not meet the requirements to be identified as the authors. Details regarding funding sources can also be included in this section of your paper.

References:

For reference formatting, the IJMIRR uses the numbered citation system, with sequential numbers in the text and the corresponding order in the list at the end of the document.

At least 15 references should be included in the list and organized in the order of the citation in the document. List one reference per reference number only. In the text, there should be square brackets enclosing each reference number. The reference citations can be given simply as “in [1] …” or as “in reference [1] …”. Similarly, unless the reference is applicable to the document, it is not appropriate to mention the writers of the reference.

Multiple cites should be divided by commas inside a single set of brackets. They should be given as a range if there are three or more sequential citations [2, 7-9, 13].

Formats of Word Processing: 

Please make sure your papers are in the form of Microsoft word 2000/2003(doc) or Microsoft word 2007/2010(docx) before submission. In order to typeset the papers in the style of IJMIRR, these two forms of papers are suitable for this journal.

Presentation of Publication: 

Your article will be presented in the form of PDF after being published in IJMIRR. To review the online version of your post, you should pay attention to the journal website.