• Indian Journal of Open Learning (ISSN: 0971-2690)

    The Indian Journal of Open Learning is a reputed journal approved by the University Grants Commission and is listed in the UGC-CARE list.

    The Indian Journal of Open Learning (IJOL) was started in 1992 by Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU). IGNOU is a mega university to disseminate information about theory, practice and research in the field of open and distance education. The journal includes correspondence and multi-media education, educational technology and communication, independent, experiential, constructionist and connectivity learning and other innovative forms of educational models are accommodated as a part of dissemination of knowledge at distance teaching learning methodologies. The journal also provides a forum for debate across the world on these areas of concern with particular reference to India and other redeveloping nations.


    The Indian Journal of Open Learning is published thrice a year (1998 onwards) in January, May and September. Copies of the Journal are sent to the foreign subscribers by airmail to avoid delays. The annual subscription which includes postage is as follows:




    South Asia

    Rs. 1500/US$ 80

    Rs. 500/US$ 40

    Developing Countries

    US$ 100

    US $ 50

    Rest of the World

    US$ 120

    US$ 60

    Subscription orders, accompanied by payment in the form of Demand Draft/Cheque drawn in favour of ‘IGNOU, New Delhi’, may be sent to the Chief Editor, IJOL, STRIDE, Block 16, Indira Gandhi National Open University, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi-110 068, India.

    For online payment:

    • Bank Name: Punjab National Bank
    • Account Number. 2257000102037292
    • Account Holder Name: IGNOU-STRIDE-PLAN
    • IFSC: PUNB0225700
    • International Swift Code: PUNBINBBDNP (Nehru Place, New Delhi).
  • जम्बूद्वीप - the e-Journal of Indic Studies (ISSN: 2583-6331)

    e-journal, जम्बूद्वीप - the e-Journal of Indic Studies (ISSN: 2583-6331) is covered: Darshan, Ved, Vyakaran, Bhasha Vigyan, Sahitya, Sanskrit mein Vigyan, Ayurved, Yog, Ancient Indian Psychology, employment opportunities in Sanskrit Language, and all the aspects of Indian Knowledge System. The special issues will also be placed. The paper will be invited in three languages – Sanskrit, Hindi and English.

  • IGNOU Journal of Media and Empowerment

    IGNOUJME will explore the intricate relationship between individual emancipation through media for larger welfare. The Journal explores the interrelationship between media literacy, digital inequality and digital empowerment.