Peer Review Process
Peer review is an essential component of scholarly research publishing. If peer review is not meant to detect fraud, what is its purpose? Unfortunately, there is no one text to which authors, reviewers or editors alike can refer. Peer review is an imprecise term and varies across disciplines. Authors wished to review papers relevant to their area of expertise. Despite various criticisms and a number of shortcomings, peer review is still the only widely accepted method for research validation. But the ways peer review is put into practice vary across journals and disciplines.
IP Innovative Publication Pvt. Ltd. employ post-publication double-blind peer review process, in which author(s) and reviewer(s) are unaware of the identity of each other, throughout the process for unbiased peer review process and reducing the amount of repeat research publication. Every article submitted to the journal is subjected to strict plagiarism check through software.
These impartial reviewers are charged with carefully evaluating the quality of the submitted manuscript. Peer reviewers check the number of issues in the manuscript including assessing the validity of the research methodology and procedures. If appropriate, they may recommend revisions and re submission of an article. In other cases, they may recommend rejection for various reasons. But the final decision to publish is made by the Editor-in-Chief.