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International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research
(An ISO 9001:2008 certified online journal)

    News & Updates

    Last Date of Paper submission is 22 December 2018.

    November-December 2017, Volume 5 Issue 6 has been successfully launched. 

    IJPMR Impact Factor: 1.56 [Based on Google C. Report]


    IJPMR are invited paper from various Pharmaceutical and Medical Science disciplines for Vol. 6, Issue 6 (November-December 2018) Issue.


 Submitting Dissertation and Thesis for Publication

Authors are invited to submit their original, dissertations and thesis for consideration for publication in IJPMR. Dissertations and Thesis in the field of Pharmaceutical, Medical Science and related disciplines at the following levels are welcome for submission: 

  • M.B.B.S / B.D.S / B. Pharm / B. Sc.
  • M.D / M.S / M.D.S / M. Pharm 
  • Ph. D / D. Phil or D. Sc  

General Information

  • Submitted dissertation or thesis to IJPMR must already have been approved by a research committee or by the affiliated department.
  • Authors must submit their final dissertations or thesis. All submission must be accompanied with the Thesis Registration Form.
  • Submission is open throughout the year. Authors can submit their dissertations or theses at any time convenient to them for possible publication in IJPMR proceedings.
  • Submission should be sent to info.ijpmr@gmail.com     
  • Acceptance notification period will vary based on complexity of area and level of study (normally 1- 4 weeks).
  • There will be a publication charge for an accepted dissertation or thesis, see Publication Fees.
  • All published dissertations and theses will be indexed in IJPMR regular indexing sites and publication will be online only.
  • Once published, a dissertation and thesis can be cited or referenced and will receive the same Journal's impact factor and prestige as all other publications of the journal.
  • Authors will retain the complete copyright of their respective dissertations and theses.