- Step 1: The in-house editors read the paper for style of writing.
- Step 2: If it passes the standard of writing set by the editors, the paper is thoroughly checked for plagiarism.
- Step 3: If the paper is found to be free of plagiarism, it is sent to the relevant members of the editorial board for approval.
- Step 4: If approved by the editorial board, it is then sent for peer reviews. Note – the journal has a double blind peer review policy.
- Step 5: The writer is sent the peer reviews and is expected to rework the paper accordingly. It is important for writers to corporate with peer reviews as it helps maintain the quality of the journal and aims at helping the writers improve their research as well as writing skills.
- Step 6: The reworked papers are once again read by the in-house editors. If the revisions are found satisfactory, the papers are proofread and published in the journal issue.