The review process is an important aspect of the publication process of an article. It helps an editor in making decision on an article and also enables the author to improve the manuscript. Each title of the Journal offers the highest standards of peer review, overseen by expert editors and editorial boards. Our editorial teams evaluate submissions on the grounds of relevance, sound methodology, and clarity.
Our peer-review process is double blind.
Double blind review:
Manuscripts are assigned to members of the editorial board of the journal or other qualified reviewers. Reviewers make one of the following recommendations:
The review reports are sent to the authors. The reviewers’ names and affiliations are removed from the review reports.
Only an editor has the authority to “Accept” or “Reject” a manuscript. If a manuscript is “Accepted”, an Acceptance letter is issued to the author(s) and the manuscripts are processed for publication.
If a manuscript is rejected, the authors are informed of the decision and no further processing is done on the manuscript.
If a manuscript requires improvement, it is sent to the author(s) with the editor’s recommendation for further revision. The editor makes a final decision on the revised to “Accept” or “Reject” the manuscript.