FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
Most asked questions related to UIJRT
ISSN: 2582-6832 is the International Standard Serial Number of UIJRT (United International Journal for Research & Technology).
Yes, you can submit more than one paper for the same issue on UIJRT.
The editorial board is highly committed to the quick review process of the paper. The review process takes the maximum of 5-10 days.
UIJRT is a monthly frequency journal. It publishes one issue per month.
The acceptance letter is provided after the completion of the review process.
UIJRT is an open-access journal due to this we are charging processing fee.
Open access is the ability of anyone to view and download your article without having to pay. This has been proven to be a good thing, since open access articles are cited more often in other scholarly publications than those articles available only through paid access.
UIJRT is charging $50 USD for the publishing the research and review papers.
You can pay your publication fee via PayPal, NetBanking or Bank Transfer. After the submission of the processing fee, please notify us within 15 days, otherwise your processing fee submission will be not considered and you have to submit the processing fee again.
Maximum 10 pages are allowed in a paper. If it exceeds more than 10 pages, remaining will be charged $5 USD per page.
The review of articles is done through a blind peer review. All the articles received by UIJRT (United International Journal for Research & Technology) are sending to Review Committee after deleting the name of the author to have an unbiased opinion about the research.
According to the Scientific Journal Impact Factor (SJIF) evaluation, the impact factor of UIJRT is 5.229.
Yes, you can download the paper format from our website.
A conference, Journal or an organization invites submission of research papers for various topics. The “call for paper” session mentions the review period for the paper. These papers are peer-reviewed and status of the manuscript is notified to the authors within the specified review period. Also, the “call for papers” provides acceptance of more journals at a single organized platform.