Information For Authors

The Editor will select an article if it is original, unpublished, plagiarism-free [acceptable Similarity Index is maximum 10%] {Tested by iThenticate Turnitin} and highlights a major issue related to the journal's aim and scope.

The research issue discussed in the article should be useful to the readers, and researchers by stimulating new and relevant questions in the mind. The author should try to develop a new framework or theory or advance an existing one in the study. Methods should be applied rigorously with proper justification. Discussion and conclusion must be supported by high quality published research in a similar field. And finally, the article should be well written, easy to understand, reader-friendly, the arguments should be logical and not internally contradictory.

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