The flow of the Peer Review Process;
- All manuscripts are strictly examined by a select Editorial Board and refereed critically by two or more reviewers at least one from an outside academic institution.
- All articles are peer-reviewed. The peer-review process is double-blinded. The reviewers are blinded to the identity of the authors and also authors are unaware of the identity of the reviewers. The reviewers are selected from a database of 235 experts. Reviewers are invited based upon their area of expertise.
- The reviewers after revising the manuscript send their objective comments and criticisms to the Editor-in-Chief.
- The Editorial Board checks these and the decision is either accept, reject, minor or major correction.
The Editor-in-Chief is the final authority on all editorial decisions.