Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies

Current Issue

Vol. 6 No. 1 (2023)
Published December 31, 2023

The 2023 issue of the Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies (AJMS) presents an issue focused on technological innovations and societal insights. Highlights include the integration of automatic turn signals with navigation apps for safer driving, a machine improving Atchara production for Filipino entrepreneurs, and Robumbero, a robot revolutionizing firefighting. Further contributions cover a mobile app for American Sign Language learning, an automated soldering robot enhancing manufacturing precision, studies on the resilience of intimate partner violence survivors, digital maturity in education, the effectiveness of health programs in the Philippines, and E-Chequer, a novel exam-checking tool. This issue bridges technology and social sciences, offering solutions for contemporary challenges.


2023 Metrics for AJMS

The Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies proudly announces its latest achievement in academia with outstanding impact metrics. Garnering an h5-index of 12 and an h5-median of 20, the journal reaffirms its significant influence and recognition within the scholarly community.


February 26, 2024

New EIC of AJMS for 2024

We welcome the new EIC of AJMS starting January 31, 2024. We would like also to thank the previous EIC of the journal and now a member of the Editorial Board. 


February 6, 2024

Important Clarification: AJMS India and AJMS Philippines are separate entities

This announcement aims to prevent any confusion and ensure that authors submit their manuscripts to the correct journal that best matches their research interests and geographical focus. We encourage potential authors to carefully review the aims, scope, and author guidelines of each journal before submitting.


February 6, 2024

Discontinuation of the OJTI and the AJBTS

The Online Journal of Technology Innovation (OJTI) and the Asian Journal of Business and Technology Studies (AJBTS) will cease publication, with the last issues being Vol. 2 (2019) for OJTI and Vol. 3 No. 1 (2020) for AJBTS.


February 6, 2024

Changes in Publication Frequency

Beginning in 2022, AJMS will transition to an annual publication schedule, releasing one issue per year.


February 6, 2024

CFP: 2023

Call for Papers Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies: Volume 6, Issue 1, 2023

November 18, 2023


Asil Kastle S. Dela Cruz, Mark Joren C. Guinto, Christian Dale G. Bondoc, Kaniel Ezekiel Ang Faina, Rei Rose P. Paras, Myka G. Puerto, Jan Roi S. Sison
Automatic Turn Signal for Motor Vehicles using Road Navigation Application
Marc Zeus R. Villanueva
Development and Performance Evaluation of Papaya Shredding and Squeezing Machine for Small-Scale Atchara Producers
Asil Kastle S. Dela Cruz, Grosby A. Dela Cruz, Karl Angelo T. Garcia, Yashtroi Jerwin C. Oriel, Karl Martin G. Perez, John Niel L. Pineda, Kendrich S. Tienzo
Robumbero: Smart Firefighting Robot
Symon Christopher A. Bolinas, Elirose A. Dalit, Alexa Mae O. Leynes, Zerah-Jane M. Astoveza
Developmental of Two-Dimensional Mobile Assisted American Sign Language Learning
Ruby Rosa N. Puno, Asil Kastle S. Dela Cruz, Humphrey John S. Alarios, Toby R. Castro, John Patrick S. Guiao, Cassell L. Lozano, John Mark V. Pangilinan, Avie D. Sanchez
Design and Development of Automated Soldering Robot Machine
Maria Corazon De Guzman, Andrew Macalma
The Lifeworld of Married Filipino Women Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence
Adriel G. Roman, Jessa A. Roman, Rainer R. Fiscal
Digital Maturity of Basic Education Institution: Implications to Management and Operations
Bernadette Gumba
Efficiency Analysis of the Community Health Programs of the Partido District in the Philippines
Ruby Rosa N. Puno, Yuen A. Nicdao, Christian Devan Sen Deinla, Gabriel Hernandez, Milongy Javier, Dhenzel Macalino, Renniel Ocampo, Jobert Santos, Gio Sicat
E-Chequer: A Smart Exam -Checking Machine using Image Processing Technique
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