Journal Policy


IJF will evaluate the credibility of all allegations of scientific misconduct, e.g., suspected fabrication or falsification of data, double publication, or plagiarism. If the Editor-in-Chief determines that an allegation has merit, s/he will first attempt to address the matter with the Corresponding Author. Should that fail to resolve the situation satisfactorily, the Editor-in-Chief will contact the institution of the Corresponding Author to request an investigation; the Editor-in-Chief may also contact the coauthors and/or the funder(s) of the published here

Until the matter is clarified, no additional submissions by any author of the disputed manuscript or published article will be considered for publication. If scientific misconduct is confirmed by the institution, and no request for retraction is made either by the institution or by any author, the Editor-in-Chief will report his/her findings to a representative of the IJF Publications Committee, and in consultation with a representative of the IJF Council, will decide appropriate action.

Only the Corresponding Author, coauthors, and appropriate representative(s) of the relevant institution(s) will be apprised of the status of, or any action(s) taken in response to, allegations of scientific misconduct.


Authors are expected to retain the original, raw data presented in a published article for the length of time required by the authors’ funding source or institution; if the institution or funding source does not have a data retention policy, then data should be kept for at least 6 years after publication of the article.


All funding sources must be disclosed in a footnote to the title; anonymous or pseudonymous funders are not permitted. Any potential conflict of interest in a submitted manuscript must be disclosed in the “Conflict of Interest Statement” section of the online submission system. All disclosures will remain confidential during the review process, but papers accepted for publication will acknowledge conflict of interest and financial interests in a published disclaimer describing the nature of the interests. If authors declare no conflict of interest or financial interests, this also will be noted in a published disclaimer.


Figures in manuscripts considered for acceptance will be screened for evidence of manipulation. Manuscript acceptance is contingent upon a satisfactory outcome of the screening process. As a result of screening, authors may be asked to supply the original (raw) data upon which the figures were based. Inability to supply the original data may result in rejection of the manuscript. If the editors deem that the manipulation has affected the interpretation of the data, the manuscript will be rejected for publication. Cases of suspected misconduct may be referred to the institution of the Corresponding Author; the Editor-in-Chief may also contact the co-authors and/or the funder(s) of the research. 


Submission of a manuscript to The Journal implies that the content has not been published previously and will not be submitted for publication elsewhere while the manuscript is under review. The Journal considers research results (excluding abstracts and student dissertations) to have already been published if they are publicly available with a fixed content, i.e., content is in an unalterable form and are citable in any language. Previous publication of a particular figure may not prevent subsequent publication in the journal if that figure is essential to the submitted paper and does not constitute the major contribution. Previously published portions of a paper must be accompanied by a permission release from the copyright holder and must be cited. Preprints, whether paper copies or postings on a publicly accessible Web site, are not considered publications, nor are poster presentations of work at a conference. Authors who post to a preprint site must retain copyright of the work.  


It is required that unique materials developed for manuscripts published in The JI that are not available from commercial supplier, will be made available, within reason, to qualified investigators for their own noncommercial use. An agreement to this effect is included in the Manuscript Submission Form. A reasonable amount may be charged by authors to cover preparation and shipping of the requested material. Any restrictions on sharing of materials (for example, Material Transfer Agreements or patents) that apply to unique materials developed for the manuscript must be disclosed in the Materials and Methods section of the paper.

Frequency of publication
“Advance Research Journal of Multidisciplinary Discoveries” is as a monthly journal. Special editions are planned subjected to the scope and need. Currently IJF is also publishing peer reviewed papers of International and National level conferences conducted by various research and academic institutions.

Editorial Policy
♥ International Journal Foundation (IJF) (online/Print) publishes papers that are judged and reviewed by Famous editorial team.
♥ Types of articles include original research papers, reviews, case studies, short research communications, and letters to the editor.
♥ International Journal Foundation (IJF) aims at rapid publication of quality research results and reviews while maintaining rigorous review process.
♥ The main criteria for accepting a manuscript for publication in International Journal Foundation (IJF)  are originality, innovative and scientific importance and interest.
♥ Each article published by International Journal Foundation (IJF) in online and Print mode. Only open access is free of cost for respective author, Only Abstract, Title and name of the Authors is displayed on the website. If any of the researchers, scientists, faculties, students all over the world are interested to download the article of the journal they have to pay charge for this.
♥ To cater for international audiences and promote international collaboration, we encourage submissions that present results of collaborative research of more than one country.
♥ International Journal Foundation (IJF) do not hold any responsibility about the views, opinion and work of author(s) presented in the article published in IJF.

About Paper Review Policy
All published journal papers are refereed by the international competent researchers and scientists. Therefore, a full double – blind international refereeing process is used in which: Papers are sent to reviewers for their peer review process. The reviewers’ recommendations determine whether a paper will be accepted / accepted subject to change / subject to resubmission with significant changes / rejected. For papers, which require changes, the same reviewers will be used to ensure that the quality of the revised paper is acceptable. All papers are refereed, and the Editor-in-Chief reserves the right to refuse any typescript, whether on invitation or otherwise, and to make suggestions and/or modifications before publication.

Copyright Rules
Authors are also instructed to submit the copyright transfer form once the article is accepted for publication, without which the articles will not be processed. Author can download the copyright transfer form; duly filled form should be submitted to

The facts and views in the article will be of the authors and they will be very responsible for authenticity, validity etc. The authors should give an undertaking while submitting the paper that the manuscripts submitted to journal have not been published and have not been simultaneously submitted or published elsewhere and manuscripts are their original work. That if and when the manuscript accepted for publication, the authors agree to automatic transfer of the copyright to the publisher.

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