About Indexing

What is Indexing?

International Directory of Scientific Research Journals Indexing is provides a pltform to increase the availability and ease of use of open access scientific and scholarly journals. The IDSRJI- Impact Factor is a measure of the frequency with which the "average article" in a journal has been cited in a given period of time. IDSRJI Impact factors are updated each year and are calculated by different scientific methods. IDSRJI is used internationally to provide access to the world's research journal literature. Now a days IDSRJI covers many National, International and Regional journals in every area of research in world.

We consider the following points for indexing a journal into our IDSRJI :

How is indexing done?

The indexer usually receives a set of page proofs for the journal at the same stage when the document is undergoing final proofreading. The indexer requires the page proofs, to make a list of headings and subheadings (term to appear in the index) and the location of each pertinent reference. After completion of the rough index, it is edited for structure, clarity and consistency, formatted to specifications, proofread and submitted to the client as final soft copy.

The time period for indexing depends on the length of manuscript. The more the content of the manuscript, the more time it will take to be indexed. Sometimes the illustrations, diagrams, pictures or table include extra information that does not appear in the text. Therefore, it is essential to mention that in the index.