When the manuscript is assigned, the reviewer needs to check whether the allotted research material matches their skill of expertise. It is the reviewer's responsibilities to check for the plagiarism free content, whether discovery matches the scope of submission and is not previously published.
Reviewer should make sure that he or she completes the review process at a given point in time. In case of any delay in process then it is reviewer's sole responsibility to notify the editors prior for further peer-review process.
Any information or research write ups submitted for review should be confidential and shall not be disclosed or shared to anyone for any due cause.
Remarks or comments of a review should be precise and is understandable.
- The reviewer should make a note of both positive and negative impacts of the research.
- The reviewer should admit honest feedback that aid in improving the quality of work.
- Unprofessional words or language in the comments is strictly unwelcomed.
- Reviewers comments should not favourite religion, race, community, nationality and gender.
- While describing any conflicts by the reviewer in the material, it should be notified before to editor.
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