Aim and Scope
The Al-Khadim Research Journal of Islamic Culture and Civilization (ARJICC), which was founded in 2020, is a top publication in the fields of research, Islamic Culture, Religious Studies, Arts and three different languages Arabic, English and Urdu.
The mission of the Al-Khadim Research Journal of Islamic Culture and Civilization is to disseminate research on decision support in the fields of research, Islamic Culture, Religious Studies, Arts and three different languages Arabic, English and Urdu.
The following subjects are covered by the International Research Journal of Islamic Culture and Civilization:
- Performing arts
- Religious studies
- Visual arts
- Ancient and modern languages
- Social economics
- Human integrative history
- Political science
- International relations
- Public administration
- Public policy
- Rural Studies
- Gender studies
The journal invites original research papers, technical notes for discussion, and reviews showcasing the state of the art.
Peer review is double-blind for this journal. In this publication, authors have the option of publishing gold open access.
For details on how to submit your article, read the Instructions for Authors.
Al-Khadim Research Journal of Islamic Culture and Civilization (ARJICC) mission is to give scholars a forum to share their work and disseminate their findings in order to advance inquiry into Islamic Studies, culture, and the arts. Our journal's primary goal is to give experts and researchers the opportunity to address contemporary challenges about Islamic Sharia that have recently come to light. By doing so, we hope to promote Islam and find solutions to these issues.