Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: What is Basic Research Journals?
A: Basic Research Journals is an open access e peer review journal that publishes quality research articles.
Q: Does Basic Research Journals publish articles on at regular intervals?
A: Basic Research Journals (BRJ) publishes articles one month on every issue.
Q: What kind of papers does Basic Research Journals (BRJ) publish?
A: Basic Research Journals (BRJ) publishes original Research Paper, Case Reports, Review Papers, Short Communication etc. from our list of journals that is on our website
Q: Why does the Basic Research Journals (BRJ) charge processing fee for publishing in its journals?
A: The Basic Research Journals publishes its journals using the open access model. Anyone can unlimitedly and immediately access all full text content, meaning that Basic Research Journals does not have any income from selling print or online versions of its journals or from charging "pay-per-view" fees. As such, she uses the handling fees paid by authors in her day to day operations such as payment of different categories of staff, taxes, power generation, internet subscription, research training and retraining, web hosting, awareness campaign, capacity building, technology transfer, sustainability and funding of international offices, organization of conferences, corporate social responsibility, other production expenses etc.
Due to the costs of producing a peer-reviewed, edited, and formatted article that is ready for online publication, and to host it on a server that is freely accessible without barriers around the clock. We ask that a small part of the cost of carrying out the research, the author, institution, or funding agency pays a modest fee to help cover the actual cost of the essential final step, the publication.
Authors are charged a handling fee for each accepted manuscript. Manuscripts are only published after the handling fee has been received. Publication fees may be paid by several different ways (we will send you the details of the bill and payment options after your manuscript is accepted for publication).
Q: Is Basic Research Journals open to qualitative method?
A: Basic Research Journals encourage papers where mathematical models are used for analysis and conclusions. For details please refer Guide to Authors.
Q: What is the maximum accepted length of an article?
A: Basic Research Journals (BRJ) have no limitation on length of the article.
Q: How do I send my manuscript for submission?
A: You can mail your manuscript to us following the email of each journal on our website.
Q: How will I come to know that my Paper is Online?
A: Immediately an article is published the link is send to the author to view his article and the link is not changed.
Q: What is Paper ID?
A: Paper ID is a Unique Identification Code provided to your submitted Manuscript. You should always mention the Paper ID during any communication with us.
Q: What is Basic Research Journals Impact Factor Status?
A: For any journal to have an Impact Factor, however, it must be tracked by Thomson Reuters (ISI) for three years. Frankly, Basic Research Journal is a newly enthroned digital publishing concern whose journals are currently undergoing the evaluation process for inclusion into the ISI Master Journal List. Thus, they are yet to receive Impact Factor (IF).
Q: Why have changes been made to my article after it was accepted?
A: All papers are subject to copy-editing after acceptance to ensure that articles conform to journal style, that there are no spelling or grammatical errors etc.
Q: How much time it takes to complete review process?
A: The completion of peer review process usually depending upon the number of research paper in queue.
Q: In a situation where a board member decides to submit a manuscript for publication, will he also pay the processing fee when such paper is accepted for publication?
A: Before now, Editorial board members do not pay processing fees/publication charges for their manuscripts. But to put it quite frankly, we which to express the view that all through the years, this concession has been abused a great deal as many reviewers now capitalize on it as an avenue to publish manuscripts belonging to their colleagues with a seemingly untenable predisposition to hide under the guise of corresponding authors.
In view of the above submission, the publication committee of the Basic Research Journals decided that the first manuscript send by an editorial board member be published free of charge. Any other submission after then shall attract some moderate charges in the form of a waiver.