Normally an article is reviewed by one subject expert, proof-reader and the other member of the editorial committee. Accepted manuscript is then checked for data analysis and verification of reference respectively. The editor, then critically goes through each of the article, get their order, pagination and final form of article.
Peer review is the critical assessment of manuscripts submitted to journals by experts who are not part of the editorial staff. Peer review can therefore be viewed as an important extension of the scientific process. It is the policy of IJSER that every article received for publication is peer reviewed by at least one senior specialists of the concerned specialty.
Reviewers are anonymous.
They evaluate the author’s manuscripts according to the following parameters:
- Significance of research question or subject studied.
- Originality of work.
- Appropriateness of approach or Methodology.
- Adequacy of experimental techniques.
- Soundness of conclusions and interpretation.
- Relevance of discussion
- Soundness of organization.
- Adherence to style as set forth in instructions to authors.
- Adequacy of title and abstract.
- Appropriateness of figures and tables.
- Length of article.
- Adherence to correct nomenclature (genetic, enzyme, drug, biochemical etc).
- Appropriate literature citations.