Step 1: Manuscript Submission

Upon receipt of the manuscript, the Editor shall promptly apprise the author of its submission for peer
review and evaluate its conformity with the prescribed formatting guidelines.
In the event of any requisite revisions, the Editor shall duly communicate these to the author.
Subsequent to the preliminary assessment, the Editor shall dispatch a formal correspondence to the
author, indicating whether the manuscript necessitates revisions and/or has been declined.
Authors are expected to expeditiously revise their manuscripts and resubmit them within a stipulated
period, generally set at 7 days.
Manuscripts deemed acceptable or those successfully revised will be expeditiously routed to the
designated peer reviewers.

Step 2: Peer Review Process

The Editorial Board will duly extend invitations to a select cohort of peer reviewers, whose expertise
aligns with the subject matter of the manuscript.
Peer reviewers will rigorously scrutinize the manuscript, furnishing comprehensive evaluations and
constructive comments.
Concurrently, authors shall be afforded the opportunity to conduct supplementary research or
experimentation, in accordance with the recommendations proffered by the reviewers. This iterative
process may entail multiple exchanges between authors and reviewers.
Upon the unanimous satisfaction of all assigned reviewers with the revisions, the manuscript shall
proceed to the stage of formal acceptance.

Step 3: Publication

Subsequently, the Editorial Board will administer a final, meticulous review of the manuscript to
ascertain its adherence to the journal's stipulated quality standards and formatting criteria.

Following the conclusive assessment, the Board shall proceed to transmit the manuscript to our
designated publishing partner for the formal publication procedure.
These refined steps uphold the requisite formality while ensuring precision in delineating the peer
review processes involved.