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Guidelines for Reviewers

Reviewers are individuals who suggest improvements in articles, share their opinions regarding articles, and recommend whether an article should be accepted, rejected, or sent for revisions to the author. The editors make decisions regarding articles while keeping in mind the opinions and recommendations of reviewers regarding them.

Every manuscript that appears in our journals goes through a double-blind peer-review process. The editorial team does not include reviewers. Being on the reviewer board of a journal is a very prestigious and privileged role. Based on the Committee on Publication Ethics’ (COPE) Ethical Guidelines for Peer Reviewers, the following guidelines have been adopted:

  • Reviewers should maintain the confidentiality of any paper they receive, treat all information obtained from peer review as confidential, and refrain from using it for their own gain.
  • In order to help authors make improvements to their papers, reviewers should offer unbiased feedback and make observations that are well-supported by evidence.
  • Reviewers who feel unqualified to examine a manuscript's research should raise their concerns as soon as possible.
  • Manuscripts containing conflict of interest arising from competitive, cooperative, or other relationships or affiliations with any of the authors, companies, or institutions associated with the papers should not be considered by reviewers.
  • Citations of pertinent published work that the authors have not cited should be provided by reviewers. If a reviewer notices any significant similarities or overlaps between the manuscript being considered and any other manuscript (published or unpublished) that they are personally aware of, they should notify the editor about it.

For every article reviewed by the reviewer, we will share the soft copy of the article along with the reviewer certificate (for that particular article), once its issue is released.