Review Process

The Editorial Board is mainly responsible for reviewing of manuscripts, writing review reports and suggesting acceptance or rejection of manuscripts.

All the manuscripts submitted will be subjected to a peer review process. The following steps are involved in the peer review process:

  1. Receipt of manuscript by the Editorial Support Team(EST).
  2. Initial screening and plagiarism checking by the EST.
  3. EST sends the manuscript to the Editor / Editor-in-Chief (EC) of concerned Journal.
  4. Manuscript assigned to the peer reviewers (2-3 Reviewers) for evaluation.
  5. Reviewers' recommendations.
  6. Final decision of EC.

The final decision can be one of the following:

  • Accept
  • Minor Revision
  • Major Revision
  • Reject

If revisions are required, the author(s) must submit their revised manuscript according to the reviewers and EC suggestions.

We have a double blinded peer-review process. The review process is double-blinded, it means that the reviewers do not know the authors of the manuscript and the authors are not aware of anything about the reviewers of the manuscript.

The review process may take up to 10-20 working days from the date of submission of paper. The author's shall be informed about the selection/rejection of the manuscript by e-mail.

The manuscript shall be published subject to recommendation of reviewers and EC. In case of acceptance of the article, concerned journal reserves the right of making amendments in the final draft of the research paper according to the journal's requirement.

Peer Review System
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