Purpose & Scope
Global Journal for Management and Administrative Sciences Print ISSN 2788-4821 and Online ISSN 2788-483X is an academic research-based organization that works under Knowledge Words Publications. GJMAS aims to identifying, exploring and nurturing intellectual human capital in the fields of Education & Business Management inclined to attain a significant place in the world of academic research by its commendable activities. Our holistic endeavour includes the establishment and promotion of academic/professional researchers/students and their valuable contributions by providing them with an electronic platform where they can publish their researches and contributions in order to have a larger readership. GJMAS seeks an effectual role to play in the development of training, research, leadership and knowledge management skills not only among its members but also in its readers so that society could enable the transfer of knowledge among the world’s intellectual human capital. We invite you to join our purpose and to make it more strength so that this noble cause could spread in its all webs.
Explore the intellectual capital by emphasizing on creation, dissemination and protection of knowledge by our valued intellectuals, professionals, scholars & researchers and leveraging their collective wisdom.
Develop the world’s largest directories of academic e-publications in the field of Management and Administrative Sciences to provide an International platform where the intellectuals, scholars, and researchers could collaborate for effectual knowledge management.
Aims & Objectives
GJMAS aim is:
- To create a greater consciousness of the need for intellectual knowledge management in the field of Management and Administrative Sciences.
- To provide students, researchers, professionals and scholars with the platform where they can publish their research (articles, research assignments, reports, research papers, presentations) and could have a larger readership for their scholarly developments.
- To provide students, researchers, professionals and scholars with the platform where they could upload their achievement profile (CV) in order to get electronic recognition in all over the world.
- To provide international research institutions, organizations, investment institutions, universities and funding agencies with a database of researchers/scholars/professionals where they can easily find their desired research team.
- To provide the teachers/professors with the facility of the academic soft board where they could manage their modules/lectures and teaching material virtually in order to facilitate the teaching-learning process.
- To arrange various seminars/workshops and conferences on different emerging academic/professional issues for developing and fostering a knowledge-sharing community.
Authors are required to faithfully acknowledge and identify contributions of other persons to their reported work as well as clearly identify sources of both data and ideas. Authors should cite all publications that have been important in the development of the submitted study and that will guide the reader to the earlier researchers that are essential for understanding the present analysis.
Authors are required to make reasonable and diligent efforts to find, and then accurately cite original sources and publications. Authors should only present as reliable either personally verified or peer-reviewed sources of scientific data and literature.
Authors must not engage in plagiarism or self-plagiarism. Plagiarism is verbatim or near-verbatim copying, or paraphrasing without due modification, of text, data, or other material containing results of another person’s work, without explicit identification of the source of such material. Similarly, self-plagiarism is replicating of the author’s own previously published text or results without acknowledgment of the source. Exercising care for publishing only original research, editors of GJMAS are committed to deterring plagiarism and self-plagiarism and may use special software to screen submitted manuscripts for similarity to previously published material. The manuscripts may be screened during the whole editorial cycle, including the submission process, and until the final publication in online or print form.
It is prohibited for an author to submit manuscripts describing essentially the same research to more than one journal of primary publication unless it is a resubmission of a manuscript rejected for or withdrawn from publication. An author is required to organize his or her paper so that it provides a well-rounded description of the examined issue. Fragmentation of research reports excessively consumes journal space and unduly complicates literature research; therefore, authors are expected to avoid it whenever possible.
Open Access Policy
GJMAS provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. Copyright for articles published in GJMAS journals are retained by the authors, with first publication rights granted to the journal. GJMAS is not responsible for subsequent uses of the work. It is the author’s responsibility to bring an infringement action if so desired by the author. All articles published in GJMAS can be deposited in public and institutional repositories such as research gate, university libraries, personal websites, etc.
The names and email addresses entered on our site will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of our journal and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party.
GJMAS applies for the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. This license allows reusers to distribute, remix, adapt, and build upon the material in any medium or format, so long as attribution is given to the creator. The license allows for commercial use.
Author Agreement Form
Authors of the research article are required to submit an Author Agreement Form that declares originality, not accepted for publication anywhere, consent of Authors for paper publication in the journal, and nomination of corresponding authors. The Author Agreement Form must be signed by all the authors of the research paper.
Deadlines of all processes
The authors can submit their research papers throughout the year. There is no submission deadline.
Reviewing and Editing
GJMAS is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal. Submitted papers and short communication are evaluated by independent referees/reviewers and Editorial Board members specialized in the article field. Two independent Reviewers evaluate the submitted material’s scientific significance and novelty, define its accordance with the general journal profile, and scrutinize its content for compliance with the journal’s publication ethics. After the refereeing process is complete, the paper may be rejected, returned to the author for revisions, or accepted for publication.
The authors are responsible for the contents of their paper or short communication. Editors may request an author, when considered necessary, to elaborate on the content or technical details of the paper. Scientific editing might change the format and correct the writing to render it compliant with the editorial policy of the journal.
Pictures and graphs are special subjects for editorial consideration, as their quantity should be optimal and only necessary in the content of papers. Pictures, graphs, and textual content alike are subject to ethical standards concerning authorship and integrity. Additionally, whenever images are included in accounts of the research process or results, or in data collections, the author must provide an accurate description of how the images originated.
Acceptance of articles and publication of articles
The acceptance and publication of the article are based on the decision of the Editor of the journal. The Editor takes a decision in the light of the review report received from the reviewer.
Timelines of publication of issues
The Journal released two issues per year. The first issue is released on 30th June of every year and the Second issue is released on 31st of every December. The Journal takes at least one month/ 4 weeks to complete the review process after the date of submission. The Journal publishes all research articles in the next issue which are being received less than the 4-week time before the release of the current issue.
Steps involved from date of receipt of research article till the publication of the article
- Authors are required to submit complete manuscripts without details of authors and their institutions along with a separate title page carrying details of authors and their affiliation and the Author Agreement Form.
- The Editor/Manager of the Journal assigns a manuscript with the anonymous author to an editor from the editorial board for desk review. The Journal uses an open journal system for the Management of the journal. The editor of the journal also has the rights to the journal manager.
- The Editorial board member sent the article to the editor after desk review/ Initial screening.
- The Editor sent to review all those articles which successfully clear desk review and assign two reviewers including national/international reviewers to the article.
- The review receives a notification on his email and on Open Journal System.
- The Editor takes a decision on whether the article is fine for publication or not. If the article is fine for publication. The Editor further sent the article for Copy editing after receiving two positive reviews from the reviewers. Otherwise sent from revision.
- Copy editing involves further proofreading of the research articles and doing corrections in the formatting of article.
- Once the copyediting is done. The editor sent the article for Production and Publication. A Pdf of a research article is being attached to Open Journal System with the Abstract and Affiliation details of the Authors.
Article-processing and publication fee
The Journal does charge any fee for article submission, article process, and or online publication.
Disclosure and Conflicts of interest
Conflict of interest is a situation in which the process of research and publication may be corrupted or its results may be biased because of some other interests of its participants. It may concern any one or more of the participants in the research and publication process – the author, the reviewer, or the editor. Conflicts of interest may occur for financial (e.g. Employment opportunities, fees or other compensation arrangements, beneficial ownership of stock) or other reasons (e.g., personal relationships, the pursuit of academic career, intellectual passion, political involvement, etc.) that can reasonably be expected to influence motivations or results of actions of participants of the publication process.
Conflicts of interest constitute a serious threat to the integrity and objectivity of both scientific research and publishing. Therefore, the best practice for authors, reviewers, and editors alike, is to avoid conflicts of interest situations whenever possible.
All participants in the publication process who are in the situation of a conflict of interest must disclose this fact. Of special importance is that if the original research study reported in the manuscript or the preparation of the manuscript was supported by one or more grants, the title and number of the grant(s) and the name of the institution(s) that provided the grants or financial support to conduct, analyze or write-up the study, must be specified in the manuscript.
Editors of GJMAS may use information disclosed in conflict-of-interest and financial-support statements as a basis for editorial decisions. The corresponding author must either notify the editor at the time of submission that there is no conflict of interest to declare, or fairly and effectively communicate all conflicts of interest, which will then be acknowledged in the published article.
Correction and retraction of research articles
The Editor of the Journal sent an email to the authors of the article for revision/correction proposed by Editorial board members and reviewers after the initial screening and the final review respectively.
Contribution and consents of each author and any other information
Authors are required to submit details of the contribution of each author on the title page that is uploaded separately and submit the consent of each author in the Author Agreement Form.