||Journal of Educational Research and Social Sciences Review (JERSSR) is a peer-reviewed academic Journal. It is an open-access multi-disciplinary research-based Journal that considers scholarly articles covering Education and Social Sciences disciplines. The domain Social Sciences embraces the academic disciplines concerned with individuals and society and the mutual interactions between individuals and society. The domain of Education studies individuals, businesses, governments, and even nations to satisfy their wants and needs to lead a prosperous life and also enables the society to mold itself according to the prevailing circumstances.
Journal of Educational Research and Social Sciences Review (JERSSR) publishes research-based articles in its domains, encompassing the Education and social sciences domains, including Educational Psychology, educational Technology, Curriculum Studies, Educational trends and Issues, Human Resource Management, Education Policy Analysis, Educational Assessment, Qualitative Research, Quantitative Research, Mixed methods research, Test construction, Educational research, Curriculum development & Instruction, Elementary Education, Secondary Education, Higher Education, Teacher Education, Adult Education, Special Education, Educational Management, Administration and Supervision; Islamic System of Education, Educational measurement and Evaluation, Foundations of Education, Philosophy of Education, Anthropology, Cultural Anthropology, Ethnology, Linguistic and Literature, Criminology, Cultural Studies, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Cross-cultural Studies, Demographical Studies, Ethics, History, Islamic Studies, Global Pedagogies, Philosophy, Political Science, Politics, Psychology, Public Administration, Sociology and Sociolinguistic and Online & Distance Learning. JERSSR also accepts articles related to Law, Physical and Sports Education. To meet the requirements of an International Journal, JERSSR intends to facilitate the worldwide exchange of theories in different fields of Social Sciences and Education. It also encourages contributions from different educational systems and cultures around the world.