Peer Reviewers

  1. To facilitate a fair, unbiased scrutiny of the author’s work, offering constructive criticism and refraining from slanderous or derogatory remarks, so that the deserving works gets published
  2. To protect confidentiality in all matters regarding the peer review process.
  3. To handle cases of plagiarism and other copyright violation in a judicious manner and to inform the editor immediately about those violations.
  4. To declare if any conflict of interest (if necessary). Should refrain from peer review if any existing of conflict of interest.
  5. To perform the duties of the peer reviewer promptly.
  1. To accept an assignment of peer reviewing only if manuscript pertains to their subject of expertise.
  2. To coordinate efficiently with the Editorial Office.
  3. To uphold the ethical values, the credibility and the integrity of the Journal.