Review Guidlines

  • Reviewers should respond with in stipulated time frame, which is one week (7 days) for the journal.
  • Reviewers should try to fill in all the parts of reviewers report so that a fair judgment regarding the quality of the paper can be made
  • As review is essential step towards publication process, every reviewer is therefore supposed to be fair in reviewing.
  • Any reviewer who feels him/herself as unqualified, or not having judgment idea or deficit of time should inform editor promptly, so that the paper can be forwarded elsewhere.
  • The review should be objective one, and personal feelings, judgments or biasness should not affect the review and its outcomes.
  • A reviewer should not review a paper that discusses any point that might have conflict of opinion with reviewer.
  • No manuscript should be reviewed which is authored, co-authored or authored by some known person/s, in order to avoid biasness.
  • A manuscript sent for review is confidential document, so it should be treated fairly and secretary and should not be shown somewhere else.
  • Reviewers should comment on each point clearly so that the judgment regarding acceptance/rejection or changes may be made on the basis of review
  • If reviewer notices any similarity with any other paper published in any other journal, containing same contents and that issued should be addressed to editor.