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Policy

General Responsibility of the editors
The editors are authorized for the selection and publication of the papers in the journal.
They should always be ready to rectify mistakes if any, and if needed comments should be given to the author(s) for further improvement of the paper.
They must not evaluate the articles influenced by the author’s name and position or on the basis of the author’s caste, class, region, religion, colour, gender etc.
Editor-in-chief is the person who selects the reviewers for reviewing the papers and guides the reviewers as per the necessary points needed to be followed by the authors at the time of submission of their papers.
If required, the editor-in-chief can take help and consult with the other editors or reviewers.
The right of publishing or rejecting a paper is given to the editor. If any case of plagiarism is detected in the research paper, then it will be rejected. For the acceptance of paper, the author(s) must ensure that the paper is written with originality and clarity. Editor can only share the details of manuscript with authorized reviewers, publisher or author.
Without any signed agreement with the authors, the editors cannot use any information of the manuscripts for any other purpose.
It is necessary for all the concerned to agree on all standard rules related to an international journal. 

Policy for the reviewers 
The reviewers are responsible for reviewing the papers and if they find everything according to the requirements of the journal, then the paper is allowed to be published.
If they find themselves unqualified for reviewing a paper, then they should inform this to the editor immediately.
To ensure confidentiality, during the review session the reviewers must not disclose any information in this regard to anyone except the editor-in-chief.
Reviews should be given objectively. No personal criticism is allowed. Comments for the author(s) should be clearly defined, so that they can modify their papers accordingly.
If the manuscript is found to have been copied, the reviewers are needed to inform the editor in this regard.
Information of the manuscript cannot be used by the reviewers or editors for their personal research or for any other personal work.
It is to be ensured that the information collected through peer review is preserved and not used for individual benefits.
Reviewers, who have any conflict of interests in relation to any paper or the author(s), must disclose the same to the editor-in-chief and other reviewers.
Criteria for Reviewing:
Reviewers could judge any manuscript on the basis of the following criteria:
Format of the Article: Any major divergence from the standard manuscript format should be indicated.
Technical Presentation: The research article should have been technically presented instead of being presented as a story. Mere repetition of past work should not be accepted. Conceptual advancement should be looked for instead of previously published works. Any major omission of the previously published findings on the similar problem must be checked.
Interpretation of Result: The discussion should hover around the result and should not include irrelevant and unachievable statement.
Statistical Presentation: Proper statistics should have been applied for the analysis of the data wherever necessary.
Plagiarism of Data: Data showing any type of copy, suspicion, duplication and manipulation must be brought to the notice of the author(s).
Summary: Pinpoint the strength and weaknesses of the article considering the potential importance of the work.
Conclusion: At the end, the reviewer(s) can recommend the necessary corrections needed to accept the paper, if they are actually required, else they can recommend it for publication. If found unsuitable, the paper should be declared as unacceptable for publication.