AM Publication (or Publications -- the website uses both spellings -- is "the greatest in the field of journal publication." Each "Peer reviewed Journal" (there are three of them) is for online-only "publication of new ideas founded by academicians, educationist, engineers people."
The "Double Blind Peer reviewed" process moves at an insane pace -- "The paper will be reviewed within Two days." Or maybe not -- according to the AM journal I looked at, "Author will get their Acceptance/Rejection Notification within 3 days of submitting paper."
The journals come from "Plot-9, Varuna Golden Enclave, Opp-Anand Electronics, HOSUR - 635109 Tamil Nadu, INDIA." The publication charge is a bargain: "65 USD If author want to get one hard copy of certificate , he/she have to submit 500 INR."
The International Research Journal of Computer Science is
for publication of new ideas founded by academicians, educationist, administrator and corporate people. The research results and fundamental advancement are all aspects of innovative Research in Information Security and various disciplines, etc. IRJCS is a ... Journal which helps to academic person as well as student community.
Some "issues" consist of a single, lonely paper. The journal requires authors to assign their copyright. It will not display any article unless the would-be reader supplies an email address. Being uninclined to do that, I could not view even an abstract of the article on "The Effect of the Analytical Threshold on the Loss and Gain of Data from Single Source and Mixed DNA Samples" by Heather Miller Coyle (a professor at the University of New Haven's Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences) and co-authors Aidan E. Kirby, and Jennifer Chance-Johnson.
It seems safe to say that IRJCS might not be the greatest journal for sharing research "related to Various Computer Science discipline and Advanced Technologies."