Peer Review Process

The practice of peer review is an essential part of maintaining substantial standards in publishing and brings out the best possible scientific journal information from potential authors and researchers globally. All articles submitted that go to the editorial staff will be selected through the Desk Review and Initial Manuscript Evaluation process by eminent and renowned Editorial Board members. Then, the articles will be sent to the peer reviewers (at least two reviewers) who are highly appreciated in their fields and will go to the next selection by the Double-Blind Peer Review Process. After that, the articles will be returned to the authors for revision. In each manuscript, the peer reviewer will be rated on the substantial and technical aspects. Articles that have been submitted take an average of about 12 weeks to be published.

The article could be accepted without revision, accepted with minor or major revision, and rejected. The peer-review result will be notified to the authors via email. The author then has to revise as suggested by the reviewer no later than eight weeks after notification.

To prevent plagiarism, all the articles before publication will be checked for originality using Ithenticate, with a maximum similarity limit of 25%.