Licensing Policy

The Indus Journal of Science does not have a licensing policy as it is an open-access journal. This means that all articles published in the journal are freely available to read, download, and share. The journal does not charge any fees for publication or access.

However, the journal does have a copyright policy. This policy states that the authors retain the copyright to their articles, but grant the journal a non-exclusive license to publish and distribute the articles. This means that the authors can still use their articles for other purposes, such as reprinting them in other publications or using them in presentations.

The journal's copyright policy also states that the authors must obtain permission from the journal if they want to use their articles for commercial purposes.

If you are interested in licensing an article from the Indus Journal of Science, please contact the journal's editorial office.

Here are some of the benefits of open access journals:

  • They make research more accessible to a wider audience.
  • They can help to increase citations and impact.
  • They can help to promote collaboration and knowledge sharing.
  • They can help to reduce the cost of research.

If you are an author, you can consider publishing your research in an open access journal to make it more accessible to the world.