Reviewer

Open Access Publication has laid down the following guidelines for reviewers for the good outcome of the content. Articles submitted to Open Access Publication are subjected to double blinded peer review process in which both the reviewer and the author remain anonymous to each other. Open Access Publication believes that, thorough peer review process is a critical factor to yield immense quality literature to be published in the journal.

    Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Summarize the article in brief paragraph and compare for conflicts.
  • List out major areas of the work and analyze weather the work is current, interesting, have sufficient impact on reader and knowledge base.
  • Give specific comments on various departments like, title, abstract, introduction, method, statistical errors, results, conclusion/discussion, language and references if necessary.
  • Check all the analytical records and findings weather they are relevant to subject and check whether they provide strong support to work.
  • If rework has been done, then review on redone work and take decision on it. Ensure that the paper is unambiguous and comprehensible, even if the English is not perfect.
  • Scientific notations, equations, superscript, citation, subscript, figure, diagrams, references, bibliography etc. are devoid of any errors.
  • The reviewers need to maintain confidentiality throughout the peer review process.

The above mention points are important to maintain the quality of the journal in its own way.

*All Reviewers are expected to review a minimum of 4 to maximum of 10 manuscripts per annum.

*Open Access Publications trusts the genuine peer review process that the reviewers carry out so that it helps us to publish the content with good essence.