Call For Paper

The American Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Innovation (AJMRI) is open access, double-blind peer-reviewed journal to provide an international platform of scholarly articles and promote intellectual accomplishments. AJMRI welcomes quality work that focuses on research, development and review. We are looking forward to strict compliance to the contemporary standards in the fields of Sciences, Engineering, Physical Sciences, Arts & Humanities, Engineering, Social Science, Language and Education.  AJMRI reviews papers within the shortest possible time of submission and publishes accepted articles online immediately upon receiving the final versions. Authors across the globe are welcome to submit their research papers to this prestigious journal.

ISSN: 2158-8155 (Online) 2832-4854 (Print)

  • Original research articles
  • Short Communications
  • Reviews
  • Scientific Reports
  • Short reports

Frequency of publication

The final version of the article will be published immediately online, but there are four issues per year that can be published as printed versions and online.

The subjects covered by the journal includes but not limited to: Any research, findings, articles related to Sciences, Engineering, Physical Sciences, Arts & Humanities, Engineering, Social Science, Language and Education.  Authors can submit their articles by clicking:

Submission: https://journals.e-palli.com/home/index.php/ajmri/about/submissions  

Area of publications

Science, Engineering, Physical Sciences, Arts & Humanities, Engineering, Social Science, Language, and Education. 

Yours sincerely,

Managing Editor
American Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Innovation (AJMRI)
E-Palli Publishers  
Website: https://journals.e-palli.com
Email: ajmri@e-palli.com
Phone: +1 302-407-0506

Authors are welcome to submit papers online.

Review Article

The Editors of the Journal encourage the publication of scholarly review articles in the Journal.  

Make a new submission to the Review Article section.

Short Communication

Short communications are short articles (mini original articles) that present original and important preliminary findings that do not warrant publication as a full-length article but are still worthy of publication. The main text should be sub-divided into background, methods, results, and discussion, but should be written as concisely as possible.

Make a new submission to the Short Communication section.

Scientific Reports

Make a new submission to the Scientific Reports section.