Manuscript Submission Process

The number of submissions made to journals is huge compared to the very few publications. All the manuscripts undergo rigorous screening and a thorough peer review. And sadly, almost 80% of these manuscripts face desk rejections. Undergoing peer review doesn’t guarantee publication of your journal as there are high chances of rejection. In general only 1 out of 10 submissions to journals of repute finally get published.

Stage
1

Review by Junior Editors

A Junior editor puts the paper in publishing template and checks for grammar or plagiarism issues on software. Non-compliance leads to instead rejection.

Few concerns at this stage are:

  • Does your manuscript fits the scope of the journal?
  • Is it in line with the journal’s mission and assessment criteria?
  • Does it conform to the set standards for language and format style of the journal?

Final Decision

The journal editor or editorial board considers the feedback provided by the peer reviewers and arrives at a decision.

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