Indexing and Abstracting

Membership in Associations and Professional Societies

The publisher of this journal - "Vandana Publications" - is a member of:

CrossRef is an association of scholarly publishers that develops shared infrastructure to support more effective scholarly communications. CrossRef's general purpose is to promote the development and cooperative use of new and innovative technologies to speed and facilitate scholarly research. CrossRef's specific mandate is to be the citation linking backbone for all scholarly information in electronic form. CrossRef is a collaborative reference linking service that functions as a sort of digital switchboard. It holds no full text content, but rather effects linkages through CrossRef Digital Object Identifiers (CrossRef DOI), which are tagged to article metadata supplied by the participating publishers. The end result is an efficient, scalable linking system through which a researcher can click on a reference citation in a journal and access the cited article.
CrossRef citation-linking network today covers over 67 million journal articles and other content items (books chapters, data, theses, technical reports) from thousands of scholarly and professional publishers around the globe.
Vandana Publications Prefix is "10.31033"


Vandana Publications agrees and signs the San Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA).


Academic Databases

Google Scholar is a freely accessible web search engine that indexes the full text or metadata of scholarly literature across an array of publishing formats and disciplines. Google Scholar index includes most peer-reviewed online journals of Europe and America's largest scholarly publishers. This product provides the citation indexing features. While Google does not publish the size of Google Scholar's index, third-party researchers estimated it to contain roughly 160 million documents.

Microsoft Academic is a search tool called Windows Live Academic Search in 2006 to directly compete with Google Scholar. It is a free public web search engine for academic publications and literature, developed by Microsoft Research.

Academia.edu's competitors include ResearchGate, Google Scholar and Mendeley. Academia.edu claims it supports the open science or open access movements and, in particular, instant distribution of research, and a peer-review system that occurs alongside distribution, instead of prior to it.

Scribd provides a platform for you to read and download books, magazines etc., if available on their storage. It is a website for document sharing. Scribd is an American e-book and audio book subscription service that includes one million titles.

Index Copernicus (IC) is an online database of user-contributed information, including scientist profiles, as well as of scientific institutions, publications and projects established in 1999 in Poland. The database has several productivity assessment tools which allow to track the impact of scientific works and publications, individual scientists, or research institutions. In addition to the productivity aspects, the Index Copernicus also offers the traditional abstracting and indexing of scientific publications.

Scilit The name Scilit uses components of the words “scientific” and “literature”. This database of scholarly works is developed and maintained by the open access publisher MDPI.
Scilit is a comprehensive, free database for scientists using a new method to collate data and indexing scientific material. Our crawlers extract the latest data from CrossRef and PubMed on a daily basis. This means that newly published articles are added to Scilit immediately.

BibSonomy is a social bookmarking and publication-sharing system. It aims to integrate the features of bookmarking systems as well as team-oriented publication management. BibSonomy offers users the ability to store and organize their bookmarks and publication entries and supports the integration of different communities and people by offering a social platform for literature exchange. Publication posts in BibSonomy are stored in the BibTeX format. Export in other formats such as EndNote or HTML.

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Bielefeld Academic Search Engine (BASE) is one of the world's most voluminous multi-disciplinary search engine especially for academic open access web resources. This engine collects, normalises, and indexes data using the Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting (OAI-PMH). BASE provides more than 70 million documents from more than 3,000 sources. Where available, bibliographic data is provided, and the results may be sorted by multiple fields, such as by author, Dewey Decimal Classification or year of publication.

World Catalogue of Scientific Journals is has a list of the most known and prestigious scientific journals, is intended to promote science and education worldwide. The system of science and education promotion as a free-of-charge and generally available offer can be and is presented in the form of an on-line system.

Zenodo is a general-purpose open-access repository developed under the European OpenAIRE program and operated by CERN. It allows researchers to deposit data sets, research software, reports, and any other research related digital artifacts. For each submission, a persistent digital object identifier (DOI) is minted, which makes the stored items easily citeable.

ESJI unites in its database the most important scientific journals in Europe and Asia, which publishes the most authoritative and relevant research. The ESJI provides indexing of major international journals and proceedings. Author can get information about international journal impact factor, proceedings (research papers) and information on upcoming events. All the journal pages have pointers to Web pages of the publishers which are integrated into the ESJI stream pages.

ResearchBib - Academic Recource Index Academic Recource Index — the product of ResearchBib. ResearchBib is open access with high standard indexing database for researchers and publishers. Research Bib may freely index journals, research papers, call for papers, research position. Journal Indexing. ResearchBib tries to cover all open access scientific and scholarly journals freely. The ResearchBib Journal Database is the largest complete journal database available on the internet freely. Journal Database try to cover all open access scientific and scholarly journals that use an appropriate quality control system, and it will not be limited to particular languages or subject areas. The Journal Database contains 420,000+ journals from different publishers, which includes the title, abbreviation, journal host url, index, publisher, description (aims and scope), online ISSN and print ISSN etc.

Open J-Gate is a free database of open access journals, launched in February 2006, hosted by Informatics (India) Ltd. Open J-Gate currently aggregates metadata from more than 4,000 OA journals published in the English language around the globe.

IndianJournals.com is a vast collection of interdisciplinary Indian Journals and Research Publications, providing:

  • A pan-global web exposure for your Journals.
  • A chance to preserve your research, online.
  • An international door to knowledge-sharing.
  • A mode to generate interest in your field.

As e-publishers, we cater to societies, institutes and individuals connected with any Indian Journal. A client-focused organisational structure maintains efficiency. IndianJournals.com functions on the basic principle - easier access to resources means a greater possibility of the resources being used.

Electronic Journals Library (EZB) is a service to facilitate the use of scholarly journals on the internet. It offers a fast, structured and unified interface to access full-text articles online. It comprises 85027 titles from all areas of research, 16697 of which are available online only. In addition, 88009 journals, which are provided by aggregators, are listed. The EZB contains 52639 journals which are accessible free of charge to anyone. Furthermore, the participating libraries provide their users access to the journals they subscribe to. The journals are presented in lists sorted by research area. An updated list is generated by the database according to the member library's specifications each time it is accessed. The availability of full-text access is indicated by traffic-light symbols according to the license situation of each member library. The Electronic Journals Library project is developed by Regensburg University, Germany.