Peer Review Process

The peer review process can be broadly summarized into 9 steps. After the author submits the article, the editor team will check the composition and arrangement of the paper against the Journal writing guidelines to ensure the submitted article includes the required sections and language style. The first review process by the editorial team will take a maximum of 2 weeks or 14 days from the time the article is received. If feasible, then the article will be forwarded to the reviewer. The editorial team will select reviewers based on their reputation in the number and quality of international publications. The review process of articles by reviewers will take a maximum of 2 weeks or 14 days from the receipt of the manuscript by the reviewer. The results of the article review will be submitted to the author and can be refined again within a period of no later than 1 week or 7 days. Furthermore, the author/author sends back the revised results and will be reviewed by the editorial team whether it is in accordance with the notes/input from the reviewer and in accordance with the provisions of the journal writing for a maximum of 2 weeks or 14 days. If all the elements have been met, then the manuscript/article can be processed for publication within 2 weeks or 14 days. All review processes are in double blind peer review and are managed by the editors at OJS.