Journal Indexing

Indexation of a journal is considered a reflection of its quality. Indexed journals are considered to be of higher scientific quality as compared to non-indexed journals. The prestige of any journal is considered by how many abstracting and indexing services cover that journal.

All journals aim to be recognized as an authoritative wellspring of scientific information. However, in order to stand out from among the many publications dotting the publishing space, journals need to increase their visibility, readership, and availability. One of the key methods of achieving this aim involves getting the publications indexed by some of the leading indexing databases. Indexation in these databases enables a journal to become accessible to a wider audience, which in turn improves the journal’s reputation in the field; eventually increasing the readership of the journal. Additionally, indexation is also considered to be a validation of the quality of a given journal, indicating that it publishes high-quality research articles. This feedforward relationship between indexing, and journal quality and readership is what makes indexing so vitally important in the publishing industry.

ADBU Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (AJEEE) is indexed in a good number of reputed indexing databases.

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Electronic Journals Library (EZB)


State and University Library 
Hamburg University

University Library of Regensburg,
Regensburg University

Leipzig University Library
Index Copernicus International
German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB),
Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology and University Library

University of Hannover Library
Leuphana University of Lüneburg Library