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Publication Charges

International Journal of Medical Research Professionals (IJMRP) is dedicated to encourage research in the field of Medical and allied health sciences. IJMRP runs on a Not-for-Profit Model and funds collected are reinvested to improve journal services. Many people give journal their valuable time and services. Some of them work honorary or on subsidized salary. Also due to costs towards article processing, maintenance of article in secured data storage system, databases and other financial constraints, authors are required to pay a minimum fee. IJMRP also makes constant effort in collaborating with International universities and obtaining citations from various international citation agencies. As IJMRP does not get outside funding so authors are expected to pay a minimum amount of cost for the working of journal in an efficient manner. Individual publication fee waiver requests are considered on the grounds of hardship on a case-by-case basis.

Article Publishing Charges are made if an article clears the review process and is ready for acceptance. Corresponding author will be suitably intimated about payment options.

These charges will be effective on all articles submitted after 2 April 2016.

For Indian Authors:
(Inclusive of One Hard Copy of Journal)
For Foreign Authors:
For Hard Copy (mail us on: [email protected])

Rs. 5000/-for Original Article /Review Article.

Rs. 4000/- for Case Report/ Letter to Editor/ Short Communications etc.

80 US Dollars for Original Article /Review Article.

60 US Dollars for Case Report/ Letter to Editor/ Short Communications etc.

Note: Guidance for manuscript writing is also provided on request by the author.

For Details of services on manuscript writing charges call us on +91-8192848265 or mail us on [email protected].

Editor in Chief (IJMRP)
IJMRP is indexed in:
Published by Ibn Sina Academy of Medieval Medicine & Sciences, registered in 2001 under Indian Trusts Act, 1882.
Publication Manager: Muskan garg
IJMRP is indexed in Index Copernicus and Index Medicus