Peer Review Process
Reviewers will provide written feedback on the appointed time with a commitment to contribute scientific values and significance to the assigned duty, e.g. by making available the reviewer’s feedback in written documents. concerning the purpose of the research and its scientific values, this is done by mitra bestari (reviewers) in written documents.
- Reviewers will confirm whether submitted manuscripts are well-composed, concise, relevant, scientifically accurate, original, and of the journal’s focus and scope. persuasive.
- Reviewers will avoid personal comments and critics.
- Reviewers will not open communication in any form with authors except authorized by the editor. Strictly forbidden contacting the author without permission from the editor.
- In the case of being unconfident to return a review within the mutually agreed time frame, reviewers will promptly inform the editor and recommend other potential reviewers. Informing the editor as soon as possible if you fail to finish the review beyond the due date and suggesting other qualified mitra bestari (reviewers).
- Reviewers will decide the scientific performance, originality, and the work’s scope. Reviewers should provide feedback for improvement and give recommendations of acceptance or rejection based on an evaluation scale. during the rating scale.
- Reviewers will check the manuscript for its originality and ensure that there is no copyright infringement. Checking that every article is original and did not violate any copyright.
- Reviewers will notify the editors if they have conflicts of interests resulting from competitive, collaborative, or other relationships or connections with the authors, institutions, or companies related to the manuscripts. Telling the editors to be aware of conflicts may be caused by the article, such as private, financial, and etc; should it happens, reviewers must find the right solution to solve it.
- Reviewers will ensure that the standards and policies applied by the journal have been appropriately adhered to by the submitted manuscripts. Ensuring that the article is meeting the journal’s standard.
- Reviewers will protect readers from erroneous or defective researches which might not be verifiable or able to be validated by the readers.
- Reviewers will anticipate any statements from previous relevant reports or published works without proper citing. citing the works which are relevant for other scholars.