The criteria for indexing in J-Gate

 J-Gate is an electronic gateway launched by an Indian company in 2001. It provides unrivaled access to millions of articles from online journals presented by 12210 publications.

The criteria for indexing in J-GateThis database is updated on a daily basis to ensure that there is quick access to the latest content.

Who is recommended to use J-Gate? Libraries, students, colleges, universities, engineers, research and development specialists, industries, companies use J-Gate for educational needs. In addition, they are informed of the latest advances in related fields.

      Indexing criteria in J-Gate:

  • There is no restriction regarding the scope of research for journals.
  •  The journals should have the full text of the articles.
  • The language of the journal website should be English.
  • The articles should be in English or contain an English abstract.
  • J-Gate indexes open and semi-open access journals, but excludes open access journals with online subscriptions.

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