PER has been evaluated and included in the InfoBase Index
IBI factor considers the following criteria-
- Quality of Articles.
- Stability of the Journal.
- Technical Quality of the Journal.
- Journal Standardization and Transparency.
A journal can have an IBI factor anywhere between 0 and 5.
What is InfoBase Index?
InfoBase Index is a comprehensive, multipurpose database covering scholarly literature from all over the world.
It holds indexed records from active, authoritative journals. With InfoBase’s broad-ranging, authoritative coverage, you can be confident that you are not missing any critical information.
InfoBase Index indexes articles from all over the world, with the database growing every day. The result is an exhaustive database that assists research in every field.
Most of the journal titles are peer-reviewed, with new journal titles being added to the collection regularly.
InfoBase Index aims at increasing the visibility of open access scholarly journals, thereby promoting their increased usage and impact.
- It should be an open access journal.
- The journal should have good editorial quality control.
- The journal should have good peer review quality control.