Every accepted article is published open access with Zero Fee policy for both authors and readers. The Chunian Institute of Management Sciences (CIMS) will pay the open access article processing charges, which makes the article universally, and freely available/accessible via the internet in perpetuity.
MN Publishers in an independent publishing house whose archives are freely and permanently available for anyone, anywhere. Students administratively govern the house while the international scientific faculty monitors the scientific quality. The published work is further promoted through the blog as well as the official institute website for general readers.
Author(s) can distribute the work wherever they want, while reader can reproduce while taking care of the appropriate citation. We believe in free distribution of the scientific knowledge worldwide regardless of the person’s social status, geographical location, income, etc.
We provide free-of-cost in-house review services to the authors who speak English as a second language. This includes massive language editing, formatting, proofreading, and wide range of statistical analysis. This will increase the strength of the manuscript for better readership ultimately.
Grey literature is a material, which is produced on all levels of academics, and is not controlled by commercial publishers. Many of the students, particularly from the developing countries, experience insignificant results, which remain away from the scientific community. We encourage the publication of such information under blog content(s) with indexing; hence, the information remains available for the readers, which may serve the purpose. The common grey literature includes reports (annual, research, technical, project, etc.), unpublished thesis, dataset and evaluations.
The MN Publishers reviews are standardized, rigorous, constructive, fair, efficient and transparent; the pre-publication review process is double-blinded which reduces the reviewer’s biasness toward authors while the later post-publication review removes the secrecy and anonymity that can bias the way scientists critique each other work. The post-publication reviews further allow the scientists to produce letter-to-editor for any ambiguity uncovered by the authors.