For Reviewers

Peer Review Process:
We follow double blinded peer review process. In this process the author's names and affiliations will not be exposed to Editors and Reviewers and authors are also kept blinded from Reviewer information.

Responsibilities:
After receiving manuscript from Editorial Board Member/ Editorial Office, Reviewer should respond whether he considering the manuscript or not in a couple of days, based on his expertise. After accepting the manuscript, reviewer could provide his decisions as below after completing peer review process to editorial office.
(i) Accepted – If the manuscript is completely relevant and well written
(ii) Rejected – If the manuscript is irrelevant
(iii) Need to sent Revision – If any minor corrections to be done for manuscript
1. Reviewer must not be biased and transparent in his decision.
2. Reviewer should provide the decisions on time line i.e. 10 days after accepting the manuscript.
3. Reviewer should respect the confidentiality of the information of manuscript till it gets published.
4. Final decision in accepting/ rejecting of the manuscript is solely decided by Chief-Editor of the journal.
5. For any conflicts with manuscript/ authors/ editors he should contact editorial office.
6. We kindly welcome reviewer’s suggestions to develop the journal.

Change Note for Reviewers:
Please select the button below to download a change note. The change note should detail the critiques and comments of the reviewers. It should also detail what revisions have been made to improve the text based on the reviewers' comments. The revisions and the change note must adequately address the concerns raised by the reviewers who evaluated the work. We understand that occasionally reviewers' comments or scores might conflict with one another. We request that all reviewer suggestions are thoughtfully considered during revision. While you will need to detail the suggestions taken into consideration, ultimately the corrections you make are up to your own discretion. Please note, however, that if substantial revisions are not made, you may be asked to make further changes.