OPEN ACCESS

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  • Publons
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  • DRJI
  • Scilit
  • Semetic Scholar
  • WorldCat
  • ICMJE
  • ORCID
  • Openaire
  • Zenodo
  • BASE
  • Mendeley
  • Growkudos
  • Researchgate
  • Academic Microsoft
  • Dimensions
  • ScienceGate

Open Access

Open access (OA) refers to research results published on the web and will be accessed freely on the web or other barriers, and possibly with the addition of a Creative Commons license to promote reuse. Open access guidelines can apply to all nature of works published in research works, including reviewed (peer-reviewed and non-peer-reviewed). It ca is applicable to all published works ( in academics, conference papers, thesis, book chapters, and monographs).

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  • The objective of Open Access Journal is to provide a reliable online platform and spread information across the web. It enables access to various disciplines of science, technology areas. Scholars can access the information freely and avail themselves to enhance their scientific knowledge.

  • Research scholars, academicians, and organizations of various departments are welcomed to submit their novel contributions in the various form of manuscripts. These will undergo the quality check before being approved for publication. The publisher will be shared in the various groups, indexing platforms, social networks and other various platforms as per the regulations of open access.

  • A trustworthy resource requires the scientific communities to learn, guide and share the information, educate, Etc. Publishing divisions enable the sources to make a reality for their expectation. Publishing divisions made the path visible through journals.

  • The journal aims to publish the most trustworthy factual information to publish the updates in the scientific era. The objective of the Open-source journals is to provide and publish highly valued research updates and create data transparency with globally accepted guidelines (COPE).

  • Each article must be aligned with COPE guidelines and refer to the below link: https://publicationethics.org/

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