Scientific Journal publishing is a complex and time taking process of bringing forward the authentic and worthwhile knowledge of the scholars. Any kind of negligence can make the role of the research papers null and void. Therefore ARCC journals emphasize more on the role of the peer review as it is the sole method of ensuring that the article holds the desired and result oriented finding in it. The peer-review process rejects some of the malpractices in the scientific journal publishing. Any kind of malpractice in the scientific journal publishing wastes the purpose of the journal publishing. ARCC journals are very much particular about publishing the most knowledgeable and authentic journals for the scientific studies therefore we at ARCC journals stress upon the most comprehensive peer review. There are some of the logical steps that are followed in the exhaustive process of the journal peer-reviewing.
There are some key steps at ARCC journals for the proper peer-review process.
A thousand of research papers are submitted at ARCC journals regularly. An author submits his manuscripts to publish through the online submission platform on ARCC website. There is an additional medium by which the author can also submit his papers - Email. Author may find guidelines to author at https://arccjournals.com/author-guidelines
Once the submission process is successfully finished, the manuscripts of the scientific journals are sent to the editor. At the outset, if the editor finds that the submitted manuscripts don’t carry the sole purpose of the relevant subject, he has the right of rejecting the further process of reviewing. The author is informed if his papers are rejected at this stage
After the initial approval by the editor, the papers are sent to the team of relevant reviewers. The reviewers monitor the manuscripts and additional papers from the editor. They undertake the job to review the research paper whether they meet with the scientific standards or not. If they fail to meet with the scientific standards, their recommendations are made to the editor to take necessary steps so that the manuscripts can meet with the guidelines of journal publishing.
The recommendations made by the reviewer are closely monitored by the editor. If there is any requirement from the author to furnish the missing documents, he is suggested to do so. The editor also helps the author to follow the guidelines necessary for journal publishing.
The editor cross-checks and considers all the relevant corrections and revision done by the author as per comments and guidelines before making an overall decision. The editor can send the revised article again to the reviewer if it is required. He can return the article to the author if it is not revised as per the findings and format.
The authority of accepting or rejecting the article completely lies with the editor. If some alterations are found in the article, it can be suggested to the author for the resubmission of the article. In case, the articles are found falsified, fabricated or inflated deliberately, even the resubmission of the article can be refused by the editor.
The submitted articles are processed further before the production of the same. The professional services are employed to bring the article to the finest form for the readership. The content is arranged with typography standards. The tables and figures are arranged properly for printing. The international guidelines are followed thoroughly to bring the journal to the final shape. Re-prints then send to the author for final corrections if found in the article.
The same articles are also published online. Once the due processes for the final publication are met with, the articles are published online with the DOI number.
Having gone through the detailed process, the final process of journal publishing is initiated. All due approvals from the various sections of the publication house are rechecked so that any error may not occur at the time of the final publication of the printed journal. Once the final printed publication is completed the author is requested to receive the final copy of the printed journal.