Our Policies and Procedures
- Editors are responsible for ensuring the standard of their journals and that what's reported is ethical, correct and relevant to their readership.
- Peer review should involve assessment by external reviewers.
- The submission of a manuscript and all the main points related to it must be unbroken confidential by the editorial workplace and all the individuals concerned in the peer-review method.
- Reviewers advise and create recommendations and editors make the decisions.
- Editors-in-chief should have full editorial independence. Editorial choices should be supported the merits of the work submitted and its quality for the journal.
- Everyone concerned in the peer-review method should always act in step with the best ethical standards.
- Information received throughout the submission and peer-review method should not be utilized by anyone concerned for their own or others’ advantage or to disadvantage or discredit others.
- No conflict of interest or prejudice should be allowed to influence the submission of a manuscript, its review, or the choice on whether it should be published.
- Suspected or alleged misconduct should not be ignored.
- Editors and journals have a requirement to keep the scholarly record free from fraudulent or incorrect information.
Conditions for Publication:
- Editors & Editor in chiefs
The Journals should be clear with the instructions associated with the manuscript submission and presentation.
Journals should issue an acknowledgement indicating the reference range and also the date of submission.
Journal should make sure the timely handling throughout the publication method.
The manuscript that is going to be published should be sent to the author for any proof corrections and once accepted it should be sent for publication.
The Journals shouldn't accept any article without the external review.
The Journals shouldn't get entangled in authorship disputes.
The Journals shouldn't get entangled in departmental or institutional politics
The Journals shouldn't create ethical or character judgments regarding authors.
Actions and selections on manuscripts should be primarily based only on the work reported and moral problems associated with it.
Editors & Editor-In-Chiefs:
The Editor-in-chief oversees the review method together with the journal staff and is responsible for the content and quality of every issue.
The Editor-in-chief should enhance the Journal’s editorial quality and name for long lasting scientific relationship.
The Editor-in-chief should encourage and solicit the submission of relevant, original and prime quality manuscripts for the journal.
The Editor-in-chief should recruit and choose over 100 editors as required with twenty five professors, twenty five associate professors, twenty five assistant professors and twenty five administrators.
The Editor-in-chief should monitor the review method and analysis provided by the journal employees.
He should resolve the conflicts arise with the editorial board members in the performance of their duties.
Oversee the annual section editors meeting to keep the editorial board active and aware of the requirements of the Journal and report the year's activities.
Editor-in-chief should have full editorial independence.
Editors are liable for assuring the standard of their journals which that are reportable is moral and relevant to their readership.
Guaranteed manuscripts go with recognized ethical tips in which all procedures at their Journals are ethical and in accordance with suggested best practice.
He must give clear recommendation to reviewers. Monitor the performance of peer reviewers and take steps to confirm this is of prime quality.
Make sure that everybody concerned in the handling and review of manuscripts understands that they're handling privileged info that must not be used for personal profit or gain and keep manuscript submissions confidential.
Make sure the economical, honest and thorough review of all manuscripts submitted to them and have the suitable systems in situ to attain this.
No conflict of interest or prejudice should be allowed to influence the submission of a manuscript, its review, or the choice on whether it should be published.
Work to influence their publisher to supply them with acceptable resources, guidance from specialists and adequate coaching to perform their role in a professional manner and raise the standard of their journal.
Encourage reviewers to make sure the originality of submissions and be responsive to redundant publication and plagiarism.
Editors should keep the scholarly record sound or information of appropriate reviewers and update this on basis of reviewer performance.
Take away or replace from journal’s info any reviewer WHO systematically produces discourteous, poor quality or late reviews.
Use author suggestions to spot potential reviewers. Choose content to be highlighted on of every issue.
Aid the journal employees in choosing content and alternative info regarding the journal which will be used in selling and promotional items.
Supervise the annual choice editor meeting to stay editorial board active, committed and aware of the requirements of the journal and to report on the year's activities.
Make sure that any sponsorship of article is formed clear.
Authors should choose the foremost appropriate journal to submit their work.
Authors should decide which individual will act as corresponding author and provides that person responsibility for co-coordinating all problems associated with submission and review method.
Submit original work that has been honestly carried out in line with experimental standards and conditions.
Declare all sources of research analysis funding and support (If any).
Submit manuscripts that are among the scope of journals and that they abide by all those journals policies.
He/She must give details of related manuscripts that have been submitted or in press elsewhere.
Check the references carefully to make sure the main points are accurate.
If the authors plan to submit to another journal after unsuccessful submission, reformat the manuscript to fulfill the necessities of the new journal and redraft the cover letter.
The author shouldn't submit a similar or a very similar manuscript to over one journal at a similar time.
The author shouldn't create important changes to their manuscript once acceptance without the approval of the editor or journal editorial workplace.
The author shouldn't submit a manuscript that has been rejected by one journal to a different journal without the reviewers comments.
Reviewers must always treat politely and respect.
Send manuscripts to reviewers and provides directions on a way to access them, as soon as possible once they have agreed to review them.
Offer reviewers with clear directions and guidance on the journal's aims and scope and what is expected of them in the review method.
Offer reviewers with contact details they will use if they have issues or need help throughout the review of a manuscript.
The manuscripts shouldn't send to external reviewers manuscripts that are out of scope or don't follow essential journal editorial policy.
The review manuscripts which send out in which the quality of language is very poor.