ABOUT THEMATICS PUBLICATIONS

  • THEMATICS PUBLICATIONS PVT LTD, Latur (MS), India, an independent international publisher of journals, books, and e-academic material, is a privately owned publishing company dedicated to the global dissemination of research in higher education. Being one of the promising international publishers for open access journals, it is devoted to various disciplines to acquire, develop, market, and distribute research-oriented knowledge by disseminating scholarly and academic resources at the both sides of Atlantic.
  • THEMATICS PUBLICATIONS ensures commitment to researcher-gracious service and close attention to the most recent developments in every sphere of research at every step. Consequently if required, a periodic print edition can be made available for purchase. TP hopes and believes to associate strongly with researchers to contribute the most outstanding work in the concerned fields.
  • THEMATICS JOURNALS, a division of THEMATICS PUBLICATIONS, provides access to globally-published research, and enhances worldwide knowledge of indigenous scholarship. Published 50 Open Access Journals covering a wide range of academic disciplines by sustaining the premier standard of quality with International Advisory Boards, International Editorial Boards, Associate Editors, Assistant Editors and Official International Reviewers composed of scholars from around the world. It is standardized and customized according to the subject area and requirements. It is carrying out as an excellent publisher in the field of all streams with global reputation for quality journals and services. It affords service that aids fervent researchers to discover, use and build upon a wide range of area in a digital archive of academic journals. THEMATICS JOURNALS is published without restriction to the universal researcher community.
  • All contributions published in THEMATICS JOURNALS are open access and it permits unrestricted, non-commercial use, distribution and reproduction in any medium, providing that the work is properly cited.

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