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J-Gate Digital library

Launched in 2001 by Informatics India Limited, J-Gate is an electronic


gateway to global e-journal literature. J-Gate provides seamless access to millions
of journal articles. The J-Gate platform is fronted by a simple, intuitive, and easy-
to-use interface, and also gives users complete control over search filters. By
allowing users to access content from a wide variety of publishers on a single
platform, J-Gate exponentially increases journal usage.

All your favourite journals on one single platform

J-Gate, an electronic gateway to global e-journal literature; is the most efficient


comprehensive platform to access research information from over 55 Million journal articles
(with access to 10 Million Full Text articles) coming from 49,000+ journals covering multiple
subject domains from all disciplines such as; Agriculture & biological Sciences, Arts &
humanities, Basic Sciences, Biomedical Sciences, Engineering & Technology, Social &
Management Sciences.
J-Gate includes
Social & Management Sciences (JSMS)
7 Million+ Articles Indexed | 12,000+ Journals Covered

Engineering & Technology (JET)


9 Million+ Articles Indexed | 9,500+ Journals Covered

Biomedical Sciences (JBMS)


21 Million+ Articles Indexed | 16,000+ Journals Covered

J- Gate @ Consortia
J-gate is a search platform with a resource sharing facility for members of the
consortium. This product is customized for coverage of Consortium subscribed journals as well
as member library subscribed journals. A customized service developed and delivered to a
library consortium for the exclusive access and use of its registered closed-user-group members
only, who desire to share resources and infrastructure through an agreement.
J-Gate @ Specialty
A specialized database devised with a specialized approach to journal content indexing,
catering to subjects that require specific Journals for their respective fields. This extension of J-
Gate has journals indexed to meet the needs of all the subsets of each specialization and includes
all its features and functions.
SC Imago Journal Rank (SJR indicator) is a measure of scientific influence of scholarly
journals that accounts for both the number of citations received by a journal and the importance
or prestige of the journals where such citations come from. ... Higher SJR values are meant to
indicate greater journal prestige
The h-index, or Hirsch index, measures the impact of a particular scientist rather than a
journal. "It is defined as the highest number of publications of a scientist that received h or more
citations each while the other publications have not more than h-citations each.