Editorial Message


  • Dr.Sushil Middha


Volume1, Issue2 Editoriaal message


Editorial Message: m-JACS Volume 1, Issue 2

Dear Readers,

It is with great pleasure that we present to you the second issue of the mLAC Journal for Arts, Commerce, and Sciences (m-JACS), marking another milestone in our journey of intellectual exploration and scholarly discourse. As the editorial team, we are delighted to curate this collection of thought-provoking articles, research papers, and creative works from esteemed contributors across diverse academic disciplines.

We are also delighted to inform you that we have applied for online ISSN number for the Journal and we believe the ISSN number will be assigned to us anytime soon. Once we get ISSN number, we can integrate with DOI number on already published articles as well as future articles. For this we become member of Crossref Organization and also got iThenticate similarity check service option to check plagiarism as well. That means henceforth we validate all articles during submission itself for plagiarism and a score of 20% or less articles will be selected before start of our peer review process.

m-JACS Volume 1, Issue 2 encompasses an array of engaging topics that capture the spirit of innovation and inquiry in the arts, commerce, and sciences. From exploring the intersection of art and technology to analyzing the evolving landscape of commerce in a globalized world, this issue invites readers to delve into the realms of knowledge and imagination.

The articles featured in this issue delve into various interdisciplinary subjects, providing valuable insights and stimulating intellectual discussions. We are proud to present cutting-edge research that spans fields such as literature, economics, psychology, sociology, and many more. The breadth of knowledge and diversity of perspectives showcased in these pages reflect the interdisciplinary nature of our journal and highlight the relevance of integrating different disciplines to address complex real-world challenges.

We would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to the authors for their invaluable contributions to this issue. Their rigorous research, scholarly analysis, and innovative ideas have enriched the academic landscape and fostered critical thinking among our readers. We also extend our appreciation to the diligent reviewers and the entire editorial team, whose efforts ensured the high quality and integrity of the published works.

m-JACS is committed to fostering an inclusive and diverse scholarly community, and we strongly believe that knowledge thrives in an environment that encourages open dialogue and collaboration. We welcome submissions from researchers, scholars, and practitioners from around the globe, and we invite you to be a part of our journal's journey by contributing your valuable insights and original research.

As we move forward, we envision m-JACS becoming a platform for interdisciplinary research that not only generates new knowledge but also provides a space for exploring the connections between various academic disciplines. We hope that the articles presented in this issue will inspire further research, ignite intellectual curiosity, and spark innovative ideas that can shape the future of arts, commerce, and sciences.

On behalf of the editorial team, we invite you to immerse yourself in the pages of m-JACS Volume 1, Issue 2 and engage in a stimulating intellectual journey. We encourage you to share your feedback, thoughts, and ideas, as your active participation will help us strengthen the journal and enhance its impact on the academic community.

Thank you for your continued support and readership. Together, let us forge new frontiers of knowledge and pave the way for a brighter future.

With warm regards,

Dr. Sushil Kumar Middha

Managing Editor

mLAC Journal for Arts, Commerce, and Sciences (m-JACS)


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Dr.Sushil Middha. (2024). Editorial Message. MLAC Journal for Arts, Commerce and Sciences (m-JACS) ISSN: 2584-1920, 2(1), 1. Retrieved from https://journals.mlacwresearch.org/index.php/mjacs/article/view/144