The University of Delhi publishes five E-JOURNALS.
WE - A Multidisciplinary and Multilingual Peer-Reviewed Research Journal publishes original contributions in the field of Arts and Humanities. It also incorporates research reports and includes reviews of important Indian and foreign publications. Special issues on various aspects of Library, Philosophy, Linguistics, Sanskrit, GRS, Hindi Literature, Buddhism, are also published from time to time. It is published half-yearly in June and December every year. WE, is the academic endeavour of the faculties and research scholars of the Faculty of Arts, University of Delhi intend to propagate, promote and disseminate research, innovation and latest trends in the field of Arabic, Buddhist Studies, English, Germanic & Romance Studies, Hindi, Library & Information Science, Linguistics, Modern Indian Language & Literary Studies, Persian, Philosophy, Psychology, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Urdu and Slavonic & Finno-Ugrian Studies. The editors invite scholarly research articles and review studies related to the above-mentioned disciplines of knowledge.
Contributions may be sent by email as Word attachments, to email@example.com Contributions by post may be sent to:
Prof. KP Singh
WE - A Multidisciplinary and Multilingual Peer-Reviewed Research Journal
Faculty of Arts, University of Delhi
Delhi - 110007
For further details, please visit https://www.wejournal.net
The Delhi University Journal of Undergraduate Research and Innovation, a peer-reviewed, open access, e-journal with an ISSN: 2395-2334, an initiative of University of Delhi and the first of its kind for reporting quality research at the undergraduate level in India. It has been instrumental in encouraging young minds to develop creative as well as analytical thinking abilities and inculcating a research culture at the undergraduate level. The Journal provides an apt platform for reporting significant findings of research at the undergraduate level for both college teachers and students. The papers submitted to the journal undergo a rigorous peer review process. For further details, please visit http://journals.du.ac.in/ugresearch
The Delhi University Journal of the Humanities and the Social Sciences (ISSN 2348-4357) is a double-blind peer-reviewed research journal with a distinguished Editorial Advisory Board. This open-access online journal is published once a year. For further information and to access the previous issue, please visit
The Delhi University Journal of the Natural Sciences The University of Delhi proposes to publish a research journal of the Natural Sciences (Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, Geology and Earth Sciences). The journal will be published once a year, to start with. It will be an open-access on-line journal (with no print edition.) Submissions will, after preliminary screening, be double-blind peer reviewed.
Contributions are invited for publication in the inaugural issue of the journal. While we seek to publish the best of contributions from the wide world, we propose to showcase the research being conducted in India and in particular in the University of Delhi, especially by younger scholars.
Submissions may be between 6,000 and 8,000 words in length, and must conform to the 'Harvard' system of referencing (i.e., with all references provided within the text in parentheses specifying the author by surname, the year of publication, and the page number of the passage cited, with full details of publications provided in 'Works Cited' at the end of the article.)
Contributions for the inaugural issue may be submitted, initially in soft copy only as Word attachments, to firstname.lastname@example.org. Prospective contributors are welcome to correspond with the Editor, at the above email ID, before submitting their contributions. For further information, please visit
DU-Vidha: the Delhi University Journal of Creative Writing (ISSN 2347-9094) showcases the literary creativity of students of the various Colleges and Departments of the University of Delhi. This is also an open-access online journal, and is published twice a year. For further information and to access the previous issue, please visit