About the Journal

Publication Model 

IJOHMN is an Open Access journal and we do not receive any grant by any organization, hence we ask our authors to pay Article Processing Charge (APC). APC covers the expense of the administrative cost, the peer review process, publication processes, online publication, hosting the website, online security (virus attack), etc. An author will be asked to pay the publication fee along with the acceptance letter.

Authors paying fees do not mean that the process would be curtailed short or they can get their publication fast.  IJOHMN does not compromise with its quality standards.  We do not accept any fee unless a manuscript meets its set benchmarks or standards.  This fee is only charged to meet the publication expense requirements.  

Ownership Statement

International Journal Online of Humanities (IJOHMN) is published by SMART MOVES publication, Bhopal, India. Smart Moves is the publishing house that was established in the year 2014. Mr. Rajeev Tiwari is the sole proprietor/owner of Smart Moves.

Smart Moves is publishing research papers in order to enable online platforms to reach international research fraternity. Smart Moves also publishes books in both formats, ebooks and print mode.

We are publishing four open-access online journals Please find details below-  






Article-Level Metrics

Article-level metrics provide a whole range of measures that can provide how many times a particular manuscript had been downloaded.  This can be found below the abstract of the published paper.

Paperbuzz Plugin

To check article-level metrics IJOHMN has installed Paperbuzz Plugin on the abstract page.

Paperbuzz is a free and open service built by ImpactStory with PKP’s support. It takes the complex data collected by Crossref Event Data and calculates metrics for every article that has a digital object identifier (DOI) registered with Crossref.

What is Crossref Event Data?

Crossref Event Data is a service that tracks events on the Web like bookmarks, links, shares, etc. whenever the event is connected to Crossref metadata. At this point, Crossref Event Data is collecting data from the following sources: Crossref linksDataCite links, Hypothes.is,  Newsfeed, The Lens, Plaudit, Reddit, Reddit Links, StackExchange, Twitter, Web, Wikipedia, WordPress.com.