About the Journal

The Ascendens Asia Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Conference Proceedings (AAJMRCP) is a collection of abstracts of research papers presented during Multidisciplinary Research Fests (MRFs), Joint Multidisciplinary Research Conferences (JMRCs), and Joint Multidisciplinary Conferences Plus (JRMCs+) mainly organised by Ascendens Asia Singapore in collaboration with various institutions and learned societies. MRFs, JMRCs, and JMRCs+ provide opportunities for collaboration with a common prime objective of creating platforms for students, faculty, staff, and researchers-alike from different institutions to interrelate/interact with their counterparts. MRFs, JMRCs, and JMRCs+ are expected to aide and promote personality development and critical thinking as participants engage themselves in constructive discussions with other participating researchers. All full papers of researches included in the AAMJRA are equally given the opportunity to go through similarity index tests and double-blind peer reviews for inclusion in the Ascendens Asia Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (AAJMR).

All full research papers presented during Multidisciplinary Research Fests (MRFs), Joint Multidisciplinary Research Conferences (JMRCs), and Joint Multidisciplinary Conferences Plus (JRMCs+) are equally given the opportunity to be published AT NO COST in the peer-reviewed "Ascendens Asia Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (AAMJR). AAMJR is a double-blind peer-reviewed, open access journal, edited by Ascendens Asia International Centre for Research. To qualify for full-paper, peer-reviewed publication in the AAMJR, approved papers must pass the 3-Phase test. Phases include:

  1. PHASE 1: Papers submitted for poster or oral presentation in any of the research conferences jointly organised with Ascendens Asia Singapore are screened by the respective Research Review Committee. Abstracts of research papers accepted and presented in such research conferences shall be published in the "Ascendens Asia Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Conference Proceedings (AAMJRCP).
  2. PHASE 2: All full manuscripts of abovementioned accepted and presented researches are then further screened where they must pass the "similarity index test" (using Turnitin, PlagScan, PlagiarismXChecker, and/or any other credible plagiarism scanning software). Acceptable similarity index threshold set for AAMJR is 10%, where papers with more than 10% similarity index are rejected outright.
  3. PHASE 3: All full manuscripts that pass Phase 2 screening are submitted for double-blind peer-review process. Hence, papers with similarity index of 10% or below shall be notified with reviewers' comments within nine (9) months from the time its abstract has been published in AAMJRCP. Papers that are then endorsed for full acceptance without conditions or without further revisions as recommended by the peer-reviewers shall be published in the "Ascendens Asia Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (AAMJR)."

 

E-copies of the conference proceedings shall made available to the public via http://aaresearchindex.com/ojs.

 

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Copyright for the texts which include all issues of Ascendens Asia Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Conference Proceedings are held by the AAMJRCP, except if otherwise noted. The compilation as a whole is Copyright© by AAMJRCP, all rights reserved. Items published by AAMJRCP may be generously shared among individuals; however, they may NOT be republished in any medium without express written consent from the author(s) and advance notification of the AAMJRCP Editorial Board. For permission to reprint articles published in the AAMJRCP, please contact the Editorial Board at publications@ascendensasia.com.

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Facts and opinions published in Ascendens Asia Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Conference Proceedings (AAMJRCP) express solely the opinions of the respective authors. Authors are responsible for their citing of sources and the accuracy of their references and bibliographies. The editors cannot be held responsible for any lack or possible violations of third parties’ rights. Interested parties may also directly contact authors to request for full copies of the journal proceedings.