Peer Review Process

The journal operates a double-blind review, both the authors' and reviewers' identities are concealed. The Editor performs an initial evaluation to check for adherence to the journal's guidelines and relevance. If the paper doesn't meet these criteria, it may be rejected at this stage. Once the paper passes the initial evaluation, the Editor selects at least two independent experts in the field to review the manuscript. They provide feedback on strengths, weaknesses, and suggest improvements. The reviewing process takes up to three weeks from the date once the reviewers are assigned. We ensured that the reviewers were not influenced by the authors' reputation, institution, or any other personal information. Throughout the process, the identities of both the authors and the reviewers are kept confidential. After the review, the authors receive feedback, comments, and recommendations for revisions from the reviewers. In cases where manuscript revisions are deemed necessary, authors are strongly encouraged to promptly address the identified issues to facilitate acceptance for production.

Final Decision: The Editor, considering the reviewers' comments and the revised manuscript, makes a final decision on whether to accept, reject, or request further revisions. The decision is communicated to the authors along with the reviewers' comments. The Editorial members, however, reserve the right to make the final decision.