Instructions for Reviewers (Reviewer Guidelines) 

Manuscripts submitted by authors undergo rigorous review by designated reviewers, whose invaluable support is indispensable for upholding the high standards of peer-reviewed journals. Upon submission, each manuscript is assigned to an editor, who then selects one or more members of the editorial board or reviewers to assess its quality and relevance.

  • When you get an invitation, check if you know about the topic. Tell us if you can review it on time. 
  • If you can't do it, let us know. You can also suggest someone else. But don't forward the invite yourself. 
  • If you accept, look at the paper carefully. Make sure the names and other details are correct. 
  • Read the relevant parts of the paper to see if it fits our journal. 
  • If you need more time or have a conflict, talk to the editor. We might extend the deadline or find another reviewer. 
  • If you think the paper isn't right, tell the editor. 
  • Don't talk to the authors about the paper. 
  • Keep the paper's details private. Don't use them for your own benefit. 
  • Be helpful but don't be mean. No rude comments. 
  • Share your thoughts privately. You can suggest the editor accept, reject, or change the paper. 
  • The editor decides what happens to the paper.
  • After you finish, send your review directly to the editor. They're the ones who decide. 


  • A certificate shall be conferred in recognition of your esteemed contribution and support. 
  • Expedited processing of the manuscript. 

Applicants are strongly encouraged to submit their curriculum vitae (CV) accompanied by a link to their website or a biography, along with a recent photograph.