Bangladesh Journal of Multidisciplinary Scientific Research is a double-blind peer-reviewed refereed international journal published by CRIBFB. The journal accepts article submissions by e-mail ([email protected]). The journal aims to publish papers on current issues within Multidisciplinary Scientific Research in Asia, including Central Asia, East Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia, the Middle East/Africa, and other regions like the Americas, Europe, etc.

Key Topics:

1. Business, Accounting & Finance, Economics, Management, Marketing
2. Education and Linguistics, Humanities, Arts, and Social Science
3. Materials Science, Physical Sciences, Sciences, and Engineering
4. Biology and Life Sciences
5. Mathematics & Statistics
6. Transportation & Logistics
7. Engineering & Technology
8. Electrical & Computer Science
9. Earth, Energy & Environment
10. Architecture & Civil Engineering
11. Medicine, Health & Food Sciences
12. Chemistry & Chemical Engineering.

Scopus Subject Area – Multidisciplinary. Subject Category – Multidisciplinary (1000).

Please define the type of the manuscript of four possible variants and adhere to both the general guidelines and the recommendations, which are specific for the type of the chosen manuscript.

The following types of manuscripts can be submitted to the journal:

  • research paper, which is a final report on the finished original experimental study (the structure is Abstract, Introduction, Literature review, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussions, Conclusions);
  • theoretical paper, which is devoted to theoretical study of the problem, which complies with the journal’s scope (the structure is Abstract, Introduction, Theoretical Basis, Results, Discussions, Conclusions);
  • review paper, which is a study of concrete scientific problem, which complies with the journal’s scope and is conducted based on the materials of the scientific publications (the structure is Abstract, Introduction, Literature review, generalization of the main statements, Discussions, Conclusions);
  • short communication paper on the event (conference, seminar, exhibition, issue of the important monograph), which complies with the journal’s scope (the paper is structured by the author in his/her own, but with compulsory reference to the date and place of the event, however, it does not include a big list of references and supplementary materials) .