Publication in a double blind peer reviewed journal allows for the development of coherent network of knowledge. This is a direct reflection of the quality work of authors and the institution those supports research work. Papers submitted to Research Reinforcement Journal must not have been published and not be under consideration elsewhere. All theoretical and empirical findings in papers submitted should be stated clearly and supported appropriately in proofs (tables and figures) either in the manuscript or in appendix.
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