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An International Multidisciplinary Research Journal
 
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Indian Journal of Research
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Dear Colleague(s),

PARIPEX - INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH (PIJR) is a double-reviewed monthly print-in published journal since January 2012. The aim of the journal to become a serious vehicle for inspiring and disseminating research papers, articles, case studies, review articles etc in all subject areas by the academicians, research scholars, corporate and practitioners with substantial experience and expertise in their respective fields. This journal is kept wide to provide platform for diversity of intellectual pursuit from all corners of the society for enrichment and enhancement of the group readers. The Journal is been published on every 15th of the month.
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  • Finance,
  • Management Accounting,
  • Business,
  • Commerce,
  • Corporate Governance,
  • Financial Accounting,
  • Fine Arts,
  • Designing,
  • Medical Science,
  • Human Resources,
  • Medical,
  • Bio-medical,
  • clinical research,
  • Computer Science,
  • Electrical,
  • Human Resources,
  • Electronics,
  • Management,
  • Organization behaviour,
  • Organization psychology,
  • Philosophy,
  • Human ideology,
  • Marketing management,
  • Law,
  • Corporate,
  • Geography
  • History,
  • Intellectual Property Rights,
  • Pharmaceutical Science,
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