ABOUT US

The International Journal of Management sciences and Economic (IJMECO) is a scholarly online journal which aims and target to contribute and support to the constant scientific research and learning. International Journal of Management sciences and Economic (IJMECO) also promote the research in the field of Management sciences and Economic (IJMECO).

International Journal of Management sciences and Economic (IJMECO)is an established key player in the world of Economic, science and technology. We provide a special appreciation to our members, our excellence in professional development and value for our national reputation. IJSMD is now taking forward the challenges of the future.

IJSMD is steered by a distinguished Board of Directors, Researchers and Academicians are supported by national and international review board consisting of prominent individuals representing many well-known universities, colleges, and corporate world. International Journal of Management sciences and Economic (IJMECO), the renaissance stimulated by the field of management sciences and Economic  is generating multiple formats and channels of creativity and innovation. The International Journal of Management sciences and Economic (IJMECO) welcome the submission of manuscripts that meet the general criteria of significance and scientific excellence.

IJMECO would take much care in making your article published without much delay with your kind cooperation. IJMECO hopes that Researchers, Research scholars, Academician, Industrialists etc. Would make use of this journal publication for the Management sciences and Economic .

IJMECO aim to provide the advantage to the researchers through the following:

• To spread and enhance the benefits of Management Economic with the less privileged,

• To advance and improve the standard and the roles of Management practice,

• To provide the facility for interaction between members of Management Societies throughout the world

• To support and promote the values of Science and Management and its applications,

Policy on open access to journal articles

Along with the other Research Councils and Research Councils , the IJMECO believes that free and open access to publicly-funded research offers significant social and economic benefits. As major bodies charged with investing public money in research, the Research Councils take very seriously their responsibilities in making the outputs from this research publicly available – not just to other researchers, but also to potential users in business, charitable and public sectors, and to the general public.

Policy on plagiarism

For our purposes, IJMECO defines plagiarism as the misappropriation and/or misattribution of ideas and the expression of those ideas, in part or in whole, whether through words, sound, visual displays including photographs, and whether those ideas or expression thereof is taken from published or unpublished abstracts, grants or grant applications, lectures, presentations, Institutional Review Board applications, manuscripts, and articles or excerpts from books or any other published materials or intellectual property.

The editors of IJMECO appreciate the controversy within the academic community with regard to paraphrasing and the use of nearly identical phrases to explain common methodologies or historical/scientific facts. We, therefore, urge our authors to err on the side of caution and provide citations whenever possible to avoid even the appearance of impropriety and to maintain the highest standard of ethics.

A Manuscript will been peer reviewed and comments along with originality report  have been forwarded to you for correction. The originality report  emphasizes the originality of your manuscript which depicts” SIMILARITY INDEX PERCENTAGE”. The percentage shows the manuscript similarity with other sources. The higher the Similarity index percentage the more are the chances of your manuscript rejection. The sentences numbered as I , 2, 3… shows resemblance/similarity of your text /paragraph with other sources. The sources can be identified in the primary sources report (mentioned below the similarity index %) as web addresses from where the text/paragraph is extracted and written as such in your manuscript.

For Research papers / Research Articles 1)      Similarity index (SI) ensures that the manuscript is your own original research work and provided proper citation/reference wherever others concept / figure / table / chart is used. 2)       As per the journal standards total similarity index level should not exceed the limit of 35%. 3)      Permissible range of SI for the primary source Number 1 is up to 15%. Beyond this range the manuscript will be accepted only if the primary source no 1 is your own personal work. If not then the text highlighted as no 1 in your manuscript has to be reframed/rewrite by the author (you). (Kindly mention in your reply whether the highlighted text as number 1 is your own previously published work or not). 4)      The total SI for sources Number 2, 3 and so on (i.e. 2+3+4+……….) should not exceed beyond 20% otherwise the author has to rewrite the sentences.