Institute of Objective Studies (IOS) was established in the year 1986 with a view to promote empirical and conceptual research. Research is carried out on ideologies and problems relevant to Indian polity, society, economy, religion and culture. Attention has been focused on the problems of Muslims and other minority groups. The studies include the problems of development processes, community relations, social tensions, status of women etc. Within this period the Institute has established itself as a Centre of research and intellectual activities, which are known for its objectivity in the academic world. Its achievements and programme have received recognition from the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) of the United Nations. The IOS is in Consultative Status (Roster) with ECOSOC of UN. The Institute of Objective Studies, New Delhi, publishes this biannual journal to further strengthen its multifarious research activities and to enlist wider participation in the ongoing scholarly discussion on issues of vital social concern.
The Institute of Objective Studies (IOS), New Delhi, publishes Journal of Objective Studies (JOS) in regular currency since 1989.The journal is biannual journal which is a Peer Reviewed and Refereed Journal and running in to more than 30 years of publication. It is committed to strengthen its multifarious research activities and to enlist wider participation in the ongoing scholarly discussion on issues of vital social concern. The IOS accords particular importance to the study of the Muslim situation on account of its realization that it has scarcely been objectively studied and analysed. The Journal of Objective Studies entertains contribution from scholars and students of social sciences and humanities whose researches reflect a normative and ethical orientation.
It encourages the publication of different points of view so that an objective analysis of various aspects of social concern could become possible.
The objective of the Journal broadly includes:
1. To promote research studies on basic conceptual issues.
2. To provide a forum for scholarly discussion on social, political, economic and humanistic issues.
3. To promote and publish empirical studies on the issues relevant to minorities in general and Muslims in particular.
4. To encourage ethical and moral orientation in social research and facilitate the publication of such studies.
5. To strengthen communal harmony, human brotherhood, fair play and justice in India through its publications.
6. To inform public opinion in a constructive and socially useful manner.
The Journal of Objective Studies accepts submissions throughout the year. All articles will be referred to experts in the relevant field for Peer Review and double blind Review as it is a Refereed Journal. The Journal does not have any Article Processing Charges (APC) for publication.
The author is entitled to hard copy of the Journal as complimentary copy. All submissions are required to be addressed to the Editor, Journal of Objective Studies and emailed to as attachments to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Institute of Objective Studies, New Delhi, publishes this biannual journal to further strengthen its multifarious research activities and to enlist wider participation in its ongoing scholarly discussions on issues of vital social concern. The Journal of Objective Studies encourages publication of different points of view so that an objective analysis of various aspects of social realities could become possible.
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