Peer Review Process

Peer Review Process is the process of assessing journal manuscripts before publication. In this review, the editorial board selects reviewers to review, analyze, and comment on accepted journal manuscripts. This process is useful for helping the editorial team to decide whether the journal manuscript is suitable for publication or not, specifically, it also controls the quality of the journal.
Several points in the peer review process are as follows:
•    The editorial team will initially screen the submitted journal manuscripts.
•    The editorial team will send manuscripts passing the inspection test to peer reviewers for review.
•    Peer reviewers make recommendations to editors: (1) accepted; (2) accepted with minor revisions; (3) accepted with major revision; (4) rejected.
•    Journal editor considers recommendations from peer reviewers, then decides to accept or reject the manuscript.