ISSN : 2277 -7601

"An International Indexed & Peer Reviewed Quarterly Journal in Agriculture and Sciences"



Journals Management System


NAAS Rating 5.20

Peer Review Process



1. The submitted research paper is settled for publication after two Peer Reviewers positive consent as a fundamental segment.

2. the parameters for the Reviewers to review the papers
The decency,
Logical procedure,
Academic quality
Significance.
Remark on the legitimacy
Decide the inventiveness of the work in view of the amount it propels the field.

3. The utmost Secrecy is maintained during reviewing process of the submitted paper except the editorial board of the journal.

4. The utmost preference is imparted on the original work. The withdrawal of any research paper stands in the event of instances of the remarks and comments towards defamation and/or any lawful condition and intellectual property and/or plagiarized content, even after post publication and such declaration is published in its consequent issue.

5. It is guaranteed that two subject experts will analyze the submitted research papers. The approval of selecting and modifying the expected correction including the remarks and comments towards defamation and/or any lawful condition and intellectual property and/or plagiarized content, the editor can have the general power of setting aside such data or the whole paper.

6. Retraction and correction are performed after being noticed by editor and/or any other person; it will be published with retraction and correction. It stands obligatory for the author to inform such retraction and correction

7. Reviewers ought not to consider the submitted research work in which they have irreconcilable situations coming about because of aggressive, synergistic, or different connections or associations with any of the creators, organizations, or establishments associated with the papers.


Once an author submits a manuscript through the online submission process, it is automatically logged in and checked to make sure that the submission is complete and has been prepared according to the IJSPT submission instructions. At this time a receipt of manuscript acknowledgement is sent to the author to let them know that their manuscript has been received. Each manuscript is then read by an editor (either individually or in consultation) to assess its suitability for the journal according to the guidelines determined by the editorial policy. This is an important step to ensure that (1) the content falls within the scope of the journal, (2) the manuscript follows editorial policy and procedural guidelines, and (3) that it does not contain an unacceptable level of overlap with manuscripts that are already in press. A manuscript could be rejected without additional review for one or more of the previous reasons, and the author notified.
While manuscripts can be rejected without involving additional reviewers, they cannot be accepted for publication without additional review. So if a manuscript is not rejected when first received, it is then sent out for review to a minimum of two additional reviewers who are part of the journal's cadre of reviewers. Review by Associate Editors or staff may complement this process. Within the medical and scientific communities, the debate continues as to the precise form that a peer review should take. The closed review process is the traditional form of peer review adopted by most journals. One prominent area of contention is the subject of blinding.