Journal of Progressive Research in Mathematics

The Journal of Progressive Research in Mathematics (Impact factor 1.26) is an International, open access, peer reviewed, online journal. JPRM is indexed with Google Scholar, WorldCat, JournalTOCs, Leibniz Information Centre for Life Sciences, UNIVERSITAT LEIPZIG, Max Planck Institute of Complex Technical Systems(Magdeburg) UNIVERSITAT BIBLIOTHEK abl LEIPZIG, ILSE-IPN Library Search Engine, GIGA Informationszentrum, Electronic Journals Library, BASE, Academic Keys, Docstoc, Scientific Indexing Services, Research Bible, ROAD, Cite Factor, Directory of Research Journal Indexing (DRJI), GLORIA, Ebooks Gratuits, CaRLO Library,, Cornell University Library, Berlin Social Science Centre Library, University of Vectha(Germany) and Research Gate. The journal focuses on the the following topics: pure mathematics, applied mathematics and statistics.
It provides an academic platform for professionals and researchers to contribute innovative work in the field. JPRM carries original and full-length articles that reflect the latest, progressive research and developments in both theoretical and practical aspects of mathematics.

Submission deadline: Open For Upcoming Issue.

‚ÄĘNotification: By 1-3 weeks of submission

‚ÄĘPublication date:¬†October 31,¬†2018.

Manuscript Preparation:

Publication of any article/ manuscript in Journal of Progressive Research in Mathematics (JPRM) requires strict conformance to the paper template. However, initial submission of an article or manuscript for review need not be compliant with the template. Once the paper is selected, the authors will be asked to submit the final version of the article/ manuscript that will be published in the Journal of Progressive Research in Mathematics (JPRM) Digital Library. While submitting the final copy, the authors must take extreme care so that the paper strictly conform with the prescribed template of JPRM. The paper template can be downloaded from this link.


Vol 14, No 2: JPRM

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Ochwach Jimrise, Sammy W. Musundi, Mark O. Okongo