Peer Review Process

 | Post date: 2018/06/13 | 

Peer review process

   Each submitted manuscript will be assessed from editorial points of view, at first. Should the manuscript meet the basic editorial requirements; it will enter the double blind peer-review process in maximum two weeks and the author(s) will be immediately informed. The manuscript will then be sent at least to one in-office and two out of office referees for review. The corresponding author will then be informed to the referee’s remark to accept, reject or require revision. Authors have the right to communicate to the editor if they do not wish their manuscript to be reviewed by a particular reviewer because of potential conflicts of interest. The corresponding author can also suggest three expert referees along with their names, affiliation, academic degree, postal address, telephone and email address but, it is up to the editor to accept it. Referees should not be from the same institution or university of the authors. 

   No article is rejected unless negative comments are received from at least two reviewers. The editorial board of the journal, reserves the right to accept or reject the article in any stage and any time or delete a part of the text, tables or figures, if necessary. Final decision pertaining to each manuscript, lasting up to a month at maximum, is determined by the editorial board of the journal and after that the decision will be immediately sent to the corresponding author.

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