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 List Of Journals
International Invention Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences (IIJMMS)
International Invention Journal of Engineering Science and Technology (IIJEST)
International Invention Journal of Food Science and Technology (IIJFST)
International Invention Journal of Art and Social Science (IIJASS)
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 About International Invention Journals  

International Invention Journals (IIJ) is a registered independent Organization, delivering supports and services to education professionals and researchers around the world, especially those from the developing countries to publish high quality original research papers.

IIJ is owned and managed by Glare International Invention Journals, IIJ also provide rapid authoritative insight and new innovations affecting Science, Technology, Education, Management and the whole public.

The scope of articles for this journal includes case studies, theoretical and empirically based research. All manuscript shall be peer reviewed and selection shall be based on the strength of quality, originality and contribution to knowledge.

 Open Access Journal  

Open Access is a publication model that enables the dissemination of research findings to the global community without restriction. Thus, all articles published under open access can be accessed by anyone with internet connection.

 Editorial Board  

Our editorial board makes objective and quick decision on each manuscript and informs the corresponding author within three weeks of submission. If the editorial board accepts the paper, it will be published in the next available issue. Publications are made monthly (one volume per year) by International Invention Journals (IIJ)

 Articles Processing Fees  

International Invention Journals is a self supporting organization and does not receive funding from any institution/government. Hence, the operation of the journal is solely financed by the processing fees received from authors. The processing fees are required to meet operations expenses such as employees’ salaries, internet services, electricity etc. Being an Open Access Publisher, International Invention Journals does not receive payment for subscription as the journals are freely accessible over the internet.

Authors of articles are required to pay a fair handling fee for processing their articles.  However, there are no submission charges. Authors are required to make payment ONLY after their manuscripts have been accepted for publication.
Handling fee for the various journals is stated in the ‘Instruction for Author’.

 Processing Fees and Policy  

The International Invention Journals (IIJ) is a strong advocate of the Open Access initiative. This is why 95% of our journals published articles free of charge. Beside, all journals by International Invention Journals are published without restriction to the scientific community. We strongly believe that the open access model will spur researches across the world especially in developing nations as researchers gain unrestricted access to high quality research articles.

It is the policy of International Invention Journals not to request for grants for its operations as grants often fail forcing the organization to discontinue its operations. Rather we have chosen the model of self sustenance through collecting processing fee for articles published.

Authors are required to make payment only after their articles have been accepted. Thus, we resulted to collecting the processing fee once an article has been reviewed and accepted for publication by an editor. Also, most authors receive a partial waiver (usually 70% - 90% - sometimes articles are published free of charge) depending on the country or sponsorship of the author. Waivers account for about 90% of all published articles.

Processing fees of the various journals are stated in the ‘Instructions for Authors’. Processing fees are usually paid via wire transfer, Western Union or cheques.

There are no financial reward for reviewers and editors of the various journals. These positions are purely voluntary.