Evaluation of DOI Indexed Journals or DOI Indexed Journals  Impact Factor [DOIJIF]

The DOI Indexed Journals  Impact Factor provides quantitative and qualitative ranking, evaluating the research journals for evaluation and excellence. DOI Indexed Journals  Impact Factor is used for evaluating the prestige of journals. The evaluation is carried out by considering the factors like peer review quality, scientific quality, editing quality, editorial quality and regularity and other several relevant parameters.

The meaning of qualitative manuscript can't describe in single word, there having various prospect to confirm whether the manuscript is valuable or not. Eminent Reviewers, comments and provide the marks in respect to various points, like -work is innovative or not, novelty or impact  of work, use of  recent research tools, whether this work was already reported to the some researchers, plagiarism of the manuscript and whether the reviewer accepted the manuscript without revision or with minor/major revision etc.

Eligibility Criteria

For being eligible the research journal must have valid ISSN (Print/Online). In case of Online Journal, the publisher must provide valid web address. Besides this the journal must have published at least one issue. Paid members and any registered users can claim for evaluation and please Click here [Indian Organizations/Publishers] & Click here [International Organizations/Publishers] for evaluating and creating DOIJIF.

Evaluation Parameters/Methodology

The DOI Indexed Journals  Impact Factor is calculated on yearly basis on a 100 point scale. The Journal/Serial Publication submitted for assignment of DOI Indexed Journals  Impact Factor will be evaluated on the basis of following qualitative and quantitative parameters. The impact factor is a measure of the frequency with which the average article in a journal has been cited in a particular year.

Deciding on a Global Rating & Indexing [20 Points]

After writing a review of the strengths and weaknesses of the manuscript, the reviewer is asked to provide a global rating (i.e., a recommendation for the manuscript). It is important that the reviewer be familiar with the possible global ratings because they can differ from one journal to another. Reviewers are provided with four possible global ratings: Accept, Accept Pending or minor Revisions, Reconsider After Major Revisions, and Reject. The factor of global rating & indexing in Publication contributes about 20 percent of the total contribution in evaluation process.

Originality in Publication [20 Points]

DOI Indexed Journals  Impact Factor (DOIJIF) gives highest weight to this factor. The factor Originality in Publication contributes about 20 percent of the total contribution in evaluation process. Originality of an article is an important element for journal as it builds quality and increase global platform for the journal. This factor for Journal Impact Factor evaluation is important.

Scientific Quality of Journal [20 Points]

While evaluating the journal for DOI Indexed Journals  Impact Factor (DOIJIF), scientific quality of journal plays significant role in the process. It contributes about 20 percent of total contribution in the evaluation process. It includes various parameters like editorial quality, quality of reviewers or review process, indexing and abstracting of the journal, citation, international publications etc.

Article Review Process [10 Points]

This parameter of DOIJIF evaluation contributes 10 percent of the total contribution. Better review process or standard review process can enhance the score and improve the DOIJIF for journal.

Regularity in Publication [10 Points]

Regularity of publication, which is an important factor for a journal 's stability and one of the key evaluation parameter at other international indexing databases. This factor contributes 10 percent of total contribution 

Manuscript Editing Quality [10 Points]

It contributes 10 percent of total score and the following parameters are included:
1. Bibliographic references pattern and uniformity of its.
2. Checking graphics for consistency with line weight, call out font, arrowheads, etc.
3. Checking style, size, and type face for headings, titles, bullets, etc.
4. Checking text and page numbers in table of contents
5. Choosing correct size and layout of pages
6. Consistent justification for text, callouts, cautions, warnings, etc.
7. Consistent use of capitalization and spelling
8. Correct page numbers and spelling in the document
9. Ensuring tables, figures, references, etc., cited in text appear in the document
10. Formatting tables constantly as per the template.
11. Drawing and placing tables and figures appropriately in document
12. Using punctuation and grammatical consistently
13. Verifying lists, paragraphs, figures, etc., numbered or lettered consecutively 

 Articles Publication Scores  [10 Points]

Article publication score (APS) is a kind of scoring system for number of articles published till date. APS varies with the number of articles published. More articles published will lead high APS.

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