The Journal of Interdisciplinary Research for Sustainable Development (JIRSD) invites manuscripts/ articles/ research contributions under the following categories:
- Research Articles: Not exceeding 6,000 words.
- General Articles: Not exceeding 4,000 words
- Review Articles: Not exceeding 8,000 words
- Research Communication: Not exceeding 2,000 words
- Book Review: Not exceeding 2,000 words
- News: Not exceeding 800 words
- Correspondence: Not exceeding 600 words
- Opinion: Not exceeding 1,000 words and including maximum one display item
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- Manuscripts should be typed and double-spaced using Times New Roman font and 12 font-size in an A4 document.
- The pages should be numbered consecutively, starting with the Title page and through the text and reference list.
- The manuscript should be ordered as follows: Title page, Abstract, Keywords, Text, Acknowledgements (if any), Funding information (if any), References.
- Tables and Figures should be included within the text and should be appropriately titled (see below).
- The title page should contain Title, Name of Author(s), Author(s) Affiliation(s) and indicate Corresponding author. Email address of all the authors must be provided.
- The title should be brief, specific and amenable to indexing.
- Not more than five keywords should be indicated separately; these should be chosen carefully and must not be phrases of several words.
- Abstract should convey the main points of the paper, outline the results and conclusions, and explain the significance of the results.
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Information for Reviewers
JIRSD is a Peer-reviewed Journal. Articles submitted to JIRSD undergo a rigorous Peer-review process before they are considered for publishing in this Journal. Each reviewer is sent an information package on how to conduct the review, along with the manuscript in question.
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