Peer Review Process
The selection procedure involves a ‘double-blind’, peer review procedure. Here we consult two experts of the specific/intended discipline to perform the peer review for us. We will get back to the author only after the decision is taken. The entire procedure shouldn’t take more than three months, maximum, or might even take lesser than four weeks.
We do not encourage informal conversations between the editors and contributors during the review procedure. The author therefore is prohibited from stating his/her name, identity, affiliation, acknowledgements, or any personal information whatsoever in the main body of the document. Instead, the first page should feature all the personal details, which is removed by the editors before the paper is sent out for the double-blind review.
We allow incorporation of acknowledgement and other relevant citation minutiae by the author, once the paper has been approved for publication.