All articles, contents, notes and any other approved documents published in journals, books, proceedings, patent document, thesis, project reports and newspapers need to be recognized within the academic community.
All universities, scientists and researchers need to identify the impactful journals being reliable in publishing the relevant articles and contents for the scholarly community.
The science citation indexing (SCI) applies its critical criteria in the selection processes to find, evaluate and introduce the journals providing high-quality information to the science community and professional societies.
We aim to connect the research society to the qualified academic publishers and increase their visibility. Our team members and journal evaluation editors have backgrounds relevant to their areas of responsibility, working as experts in academia, research, and publishing.
SCI indexed Journals are evaluated based on the special criteria noted below.
The science citation indexing (SCI) listing is based on published selection criteria mentioned above and is an important indicator of journal quality and measuring the relative importance of a journal within its field.
To interpret these data it provides Science Citation Indexing Factor (SCIF) as a measure to compare the quality of the journals.
Journals indexed in SCI are being evaluated continuously. The SCI advisory team do not promise permanent indexing of any particular journal. Any indexed journal would be withdrawn from our database if it has plagiarism issue or fails to fulfill the regular evaluation criteria as a result of poor quality, insufficient number of citations produced or faulty review processes and would be announced in SCI black list.
Only the journals which passed the SCI evaluation process would be awarded a certificate to use the SCI logo on their webpage.