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AJoBE aims to publish original, scientific articles from a variety of methodological and disciplinary perspectives concerning ethical issues related to business. AJoBE is an open-access, electronically published journal.
Note: It is chargeble for afterward issues and current issues.
The academicians and reformists in India have been feeling the need to strengthen and develop Philosphical research in India. In the mid-seventies, a team of scholars made a careful study of the whole question relating to the revitalization of the Indian tradition of philosophizing and suggested that in addition to other efforts the Govt. of India should come forward to establish a center for philosophical research. As a result in 1976, the basic concept of ICPR became accepted, and in March 1977, the council was registered as a society under the society's registration Act 1860. However, the council became active only in July 1981, when it started functioning under the chairmanship of Professor D.P. Chattopadyaya. The council is an autonomous body fully financed by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India.
The Mens Sana Monographs is a Monograph Series Devoted to the Understanding of Medicine, Mental Health, Man and their Matrix. It attempts to give in-depth understanding of Psychiatric/ Biomedical / Psychological/Philosophical consequences of social disorders / issues and current events. It does so through Analysis and Opinion articles and Monographs, avoiding technical jargon as far as possible, but based on evidence and research studies.