BRDU IJMDR supports you throughout the manuscript preparation process, from writing and preparing a great article. Submissions are judged by the Editorial Board and are subject to an external peer review process using the double-blind method whereby the reviewers of the paper won’t get to know the identity of the author(s), and the author(s) won’t get to know the identity of the reviewer. While submitting a paper, please note that the work should not be published before (except in the form of an abstract or as part of a published lecture, review, or thesis); should not be under consideration for publication elsewhere; the article publication should be approved by all co-authors, if any, as well as by the responsible authorities at the institute where the work has been carried out. Submitted papers are seen by editors prior to being sent to full peer-review, and those that are not in the remit of the journal or that do not meet the standards of science or journal required may be rejected without full review. Hence, the authors should give proper findings and should maintain the article in such a way where articles can be communicated to anyone without barriers like language, communication, and understanding.

Submission Checklist

  1. Title
  2. List the full names and institutional addresses for all authors
  3. Abstract – The Abstract should not exceed 350 words. Please minimize the use of abbreviations in the abstract.  Background  Methods  Results  Conclusions
  4. Keywords – More than 50% of journal traffic comes directly from Google, Google Scholar, and other search engines. PS does everything possible to ensure that all research content is visible and high ranking in the search results of Google and other engines. To increase the article’s search engine discoverability, please Include keywords in your title (1-2), abstract (2-3), and keyword fields (5-12).
  5. List of abbreviations – If abbreviations are used in the text they should be defined in the text. 
  6. Background/Introduction – The Background section should explain the background to the study, its aims, a summary of the existing literature and its contribution to the field. 
  7. Methods – The author should include the methods and materials used in the manuscript. The authors should explain the experimental protocols clearly and also should mention the entire process properly. 
  8. Results – This should include the findings of the study. 
  9. Discussion – The author should discuss the suggestions of the findings in the context of existing research and highlight the restrictions of the study.
  10. Conclusions – This should state clearly the main conclusions and provide an explanation of the importance and relevance of the study reported 
  11. Reference list – References follow the APA style, i.e. numbered sequentially as they occur in the text and ordered numerically in the reference list. All citations mentioned in the text, tables or figures must be listed in the reference list. If cited in tables or figure legends, number according to the first identification of the table or figure in the text. The authors are responsible for the accuracy of the references. Please see below for examples of reference content requirements.