Peer Review Process
All submitted manuscripts go through peer review process. It contains a few steps.
First of all a manuscript can be accepted for consideration only if the same work has not been published or submitted for publishing elsewhere.
The second one is to make sure if the manuscript fits Focus and Scope of the Journal.
The next step is to verify that the paper is prepared according to the rules described in Author Guidelines.
Once this is done the manuscript is sent to an appropriate editor (referee) based on the subject of the manuscript. Editor (referee) reads the manuscript closely and provides the individual critiques in a form of a report which contains comments, remarks and recommendations such as “Accept Submission”, “Revisions Required”, “Resubmit for Review”, “Reject Submission” etc.
The editorial board sends the reports to author(s) by e-mail either with a final decision, or with a revision request, which in turn can be accepted or declined by the author(s). Once the editor (referee) is satisfied with a latest version, it can be accepted for publication by the editorial board.
This process is single blinded. It means that the referee knows author(s) of the manuscript, but not vise versa.