Peer Review Process

All submitted articles must be free from plagiarism content. All authors are suggested to use plagiarism detection software for similarity checking. Editors will also check the similarity of articles in this journal using PlagScan.

Every article will be selected through the initial review process. The initial review included an examination of compliance with the scope and author guidelines. Then, the article will be sent to the Peer reviewer and proceed to the next review stage by the Double-Blind Peer Review Process. The Editorial Board will seek additional opinions, such as adding a third reviewer when necessary. 

The Editor in Chief (together with the Editorial Board in an editorial board meeting) makes the final decision on the article's acceptance, considering the reviewer's critical comments. The final decision of the article is solely based on the Editor's final review, which considers peer-reviewers comments (but not solely by the Reviewer). The articles that require revisions will be returned to the author for revision. The editor will issue a LoA after the revision is declared appropriate. Articles that are declined will also be immediately informed to the author.