LangLit (ISSN 2349-5189) is an international, refereed, indexed, peer-reviewed and open access journal published quarterly from Latur, Maharashtra, India (August, November, February, and May). It aims to publish original research articles and enrich research culture among young scholars. It also encourages innovative and creative writers worldwide to write papers on Language, Literature, Education, Culture and Humanities. The basic purpose of the journal is to provide a publication platform for the talented young research scholars globally. It seeks to exchange ideas, views, opinions and counter-views among scholars. The editorial board welcomes scholars and writers to submit high-quality written works presenting original research with profound ideas and insightful thoughts.
The idea behind the Journal is to spread the innovative ideas regarding worldwide. This Journal would try to pen down the new dimensions of English language and literature teaching which can help the teachers and students. The potential contributors are supposed to contribute to inculcate the constructive teaching and learning process through their research papers. We have also created some entirely new sections. We are honored to share the work of so many committed and thoughtful people across the globe. Please visit the Previous Issues and Current Issue page to see the wonderful contributors and read their thoughts on English Literature, Language, Criticism, Education, Humanities and Culture.We hope while reading these articles you will be opening many vistas of discussions and enjoy the new journey for some positive constructionist. Your precious feedback and suggestions are always welcome at email@example.com.
All contributions submitted for publication in the LangLit have been subjected to a rigorous review process by the editorial board and in-house editors in order to ensure constant high quality of the journals. The selection of articles shall be based on the strength of quality, originality and contribution to knowledge. This journal uses double-blind review, which means that both the reviewer and author identities are concealed from the reviewers, and vice versa, throughout the review process.
Keywords: Language, Literature, Education, Culture and Humanities.
Publisher: SNEHAL PRASHANT MOTHE
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