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OJAS Expanding Knowledge Horizon is an International Journal of Research in Management published bi-annually by Jaipuria School of Business, Indirapuram, Ghaziabad. OJAS endeavours to address the issues faced by management practitioners, academicians and researchers in the field of business and economy with a goal to provide managerial insights in a reader friendly approach.

The OJAS Expanding Knowledge Horizon is published in June and December every year. It encourages manuscripts submission with emphasis on theoretical research as well as applied research carried for solving business problems.

The manuscripts are invited from the following study areas:

  • Marketing and sales
  • Human resources
  • Finance and accounting
  • Trade and economics
  • Operations and supply chain management
  • Information technology management
  • Project management, international trade
  • Organisational behaviour
  • Consumer behaviour
  • Sustainable development
  • Corporate social responsibility

The area above is not an exhaustive list; the manuscripts are accepted from the related of areas if it meets the aim and scope of the journal.
The journal is available in Index Copernicus International, J-GATE and Directory of Research Journal Indexing


OJAS Expanding Knowledge Horizon is a peer-reviewed journal and follows a ‘double-blind’ review process. All manuscripts submitted to OJAS undergo a preliminary review at the Editor-in-chief office and those which qualify to be appropriate are forwarded to Executive Editor either to be assigned to two reviewers from the editorial board or rejected.

Manuscripts have to be submitted by email to or online form. Submissions through any other mail or e-mail will not be processed for review.
The primary features of the journal are as below:


Research papers are expected to have substantial original contribution to the body of knowledge in management or allied disciplines. The research papers can be on conceptual, empirical, analytical and experimental.


Perspectives articles present a synthesis of the knowledge of business processes and systems offering solutions and value to the practitioners and scholars.


Case studies should feature real-life managerial decision contexts in the form of instructional cases and its analysis for the benefit of academia.


Book Review must be a short review of recently released titles in management and allied disciplines.
The details for guidelines for authors can be referred from