Quality Publishing by Peer Review Process
Peer review is the major quality maintenance measure for any academic journal. In this process, experts in the relevant fields analyse the scholarly work from every perspective, including manuscript presentation, including its writing, the accuracy of its technical content, its documentation, and its impact on and significance to the discipline.
Hendun Research Access Journals employ the peer review process in order to maintain scientific standards and ensure the validity of individual works submitted for publication. Hendun Research Access follows a single-blinded peer review process, to ensure impartial editorial decision-making.
Hendun Research Access will grant a double-blinded peer-review process upon the author's request, and this requires prior approval of the Editor-in-Chief.
For any manuscript submitted, we will assign the manuscript initially to the Editor-in-Chief upon approval; we will assign the manuscript to the reviewers in the particular field of the manuscript and shall take 2 review comments into consideration and the review comments are notified to the Editor-in-Chief and his decision on the manuscript will be finalised. Depending on reviewer commentary and recommendations, manuscripts may be sent back to authors for revision. After the Editorial Assistant receives the revised manuscript, it is assigned to the reviewer(s) once again, for approval of changes. But the final decision to publish is made by the Editor-in-Chief.
We permanently archive all the articles that are submitted to us once they have been peer reviewed by reviewers and editors that have proven expertise in that field. This archival ensures that data can be freely accessed across the globe, in a very simple manner. This unrestricted access to high quality research publication and the ability to freely reproduce it for academic purposes will ensure that more and more people can utilise this information to perform even more ground breaking research work.