JIS Introduction

Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences (JIS) Vision


The Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences (JIS) aims to disseminate scholarly research articles and papers to the wider community with the aim of offering an academic and scientific platform that provides an outlet to authors. The Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences (JIS) is an open access online journal. Initially, the JIS will provide an online version, but is planning a print version later in this academic journey. The Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences (JIS) focuses on a high-quality academic research articles and papers. All categories of research are of interest to the JIS, including insightful empirical studies, conceptual papers, commentary, essays, and theoretical articles.

JIS is an interdisciplinary platform and invites authors, academics, students, researchers, leaders, managers, scientists for their contributions in the disciplines of sciences, sociology, education, philosophy, humanities and management. Articles and Papers of scientific and academic rigour in Qualitative, Quantitative, Mixed or Blend methods are welcome.

JIS intends to publish two issues per annum (May and November).

Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences (JIS) is an open access journal, 

Submissions to, and Publication in, the JIS is free.

All papers submitted for publication will be peer reviewed.

ISSN: 2594-3405

Publisher: ORDT: Organization for Research Development and Training (P) Ltd

Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences (JIS) mission is to

Guide Beautiful Minds Towards Intellectual Enrichment”

Indexing and Abstracting: JUFO: Julkaisufoorumi, NSD- Norwegian Register for Scientific Journals, Series and Publishers; ICI-Index Copernicus International; Zenodo; Google Scholar; Research Bib; ISI- International Scientific Indexing; CiteFactor-Academic Scientific Journals; Academic edu; Publons; ROAD-Directory of Open Access Scholarly Resources; I2OR-International Institute of Organized Research; SIS-Scientific Indexing Services; SJIF-Scientific Journal Impact Factor; DRJI-Directory of Research Journals Indexing

Current Issue

Volume 7, Issue 2, 2023. November

Volume 1, Issue 1, 2017

Current Issue


Mani Man Singh Rajbhandari
Could Interdisciplinary Research be a Way to Re-think the Organization of Volunteers?
Susanna Geidne
Are we headed to Room 101?
Jessica Velasco
Is the Platform Economy the New Rentier Capitalism? Capitalising Achille Loria’s Analysis of Rent and its Elision
Plinio Limata and Paolo Santori
Oklahoma High School Animal Sports Team Names and the Potential for Conservation Connection
Emily A. Geest, Greg S. Heanue and Rebecca J. Snyder
Transforming the Coloniality of Occupation and Health: Reflections Based on the Uluru Statement from the Heart
David J Turnbull
Acknowledgement to reviewers
From the Desk of Editor-in-Chief