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The research study presents the aim of the paper that open access journal is one of the most significant primary sources of information, which is helpful in the reference of scholarly publishing. A research article was undertaken to look at the accessibility and usage of perception in the library's open access journals. An effort has been made in this research paper to describe the perception and awareness of open access journals. The motive of the study explores the many resources that impact on the research scholar to select open access journals for publication. According to the methods used for the analysis, the data was collected using questionnaires, interviews, and observations. This research looks at some of the most important factors and obstacles that people face when deciding whether or not to publish in open access journals. In the last, this article proposes that libraries serve as hubs for open access journals, assisting librarians, teaching and non-teaching staff, and research scholars in selecting appropriate journals for their studies.