The Journal follows a double-blind peer review policy. Each article is sent to reviewers who are experts in the respective area of research to review the article in the light of the Journal guidelines and ethical considerations to maintain the quality and standard of the journal. For articles that require further modifications, the journal editor will inform the author to make the changes and resubmit the article. The same panel of reviewers will review the article again to ensure the quality and standard of the revised article.
The content of the published article is under the responsibility of the author, not the opinions and obligations of the journal. For the Journal to publish and publicize the article, the Journal needs publishing rights; therefore, a publishing agreement will be signed between the author and the Journal. This agreement deals with the transmission or license of the copyright to the journal, and the author(s) of the published article retain substantial rights to use and share their own published articles.
On plagiarism, Wallace Notestein, a Professor of English History at Yale University, stated in 1929 that "If you copy from one book, that's plagiarism; if you copy from many books, that's research". The Journal believes copying from someone else's work, and also from your own work that has previously been published, is considered plagiarized work without proper citation. The Journal does not accept any research work which is already published with other journals. The Journal follows strict rules against plagiarized work. The editors of the Journal use an authentic software to detect plagiarism. In case of plagiarism or false data is detected, the editor has the right to revoke the research paper at any stage without the author's prior consent.