Submission Guidelines

Please read the following prior submitting papers to MJCS:

  1. All submission must be original, has not appeared in literature in any form in the past, and will not be submitted to any other venue concurrently with MJCS submission or until it appears in MJCS (in case of acceptance).
  2. The submitted paper must be camera-ready 20-30 pages long and formatted according to MJCS template. Papers should be submitted electronically as a DOC / Ms Word File.
  3. To submit a paper, please connect to the submission link available at the MJCS website. 
  4. Only papers submitted through the MJCS submission system and strictly adhering to the MJCS format will be considered for reviewing.
  5. All submitted papers should go through an initial screening process by the MJCS managing editor to weed out papers which are not suitable for the MJCS scope or have different focus, papers which are marginal, weak papers (not much contribution), written with low quality of English and etc.
  6. All the submitted papers will be screened for plagiarism using the latest technology. We make it sure that the submitted papers contain original materials. The maximum content of similarity is 20%, based on Turn It In plagiarism checking result.
  7. Only good and relevant papers should be processed and sent to THREE associate editor members (we do not want to waste the time of the Program associate editors by sending poor or marginal papers to them)
  8. Before final acceptance, all editor members’ comments and suggestions must be considered.
  9. All conditional accepted papers must be resubmitted through electronic submission system.
  10. Final acceptance decision will be made by the Editor in Chief by checking the revised version.
  11. The author-accepted manuscript must commit to pay the Article Publication Charge.
  12. The author-accepted manuscript must certify that the article does not contain content that is against the law. The use of licensed data, software, images, video, and other materials has been licensed by the authorities.
  13. The author-accepted manuscript must commit state that all the information She/He has supplied and mentioned is correct. When the information found is incorrect, She/He is willing to accept the risk and account for it in accordance with applicable law.