Peer ReviewAuthors submit articles to the journal committee and a register of the submitted articles is created. The committee then removes all identification particulars of the authors from the article. The articles are then forwarded to the editors who go through the articles to see if they conform to the scope of the journal. Once this is done the articles are sent to reviewers for the blind review process. Each article is send to three reviewers who should be experts in the area covered by the article. When the articles are returned, the editors forward the articles and comments to the committee who then give these back to the authors. An article should get positive comments from all three reviewers for it to be considered for publication. If an article gets a negative comment then that comment holds for that article i.e. the negative comment overrides the comments by other reviewers. The article can only be considered if the authors address the concerns of the reviewer giving the adverse comment. Articles are graded by reviewers as: (a) accepted for publication, (b) accepted for publication with minor corrections, (c) correct and resubmit for review,(d) reject.
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