Peer Review Policy

The Indus Journal of Bioscience Research (IJBR) follows a double-blind peer review process, where the identity of the author(s) and the reviewer(s) are kept confidential to each other. This is done to ensure that the review process is fair and objective.

The peer review process for IJBR is as follows:

  1. The submitted manuscript is first screened by the Editor-in-Chief to ensure that it is within the scope of the journal and meets the submission guidelines.
  2. If the manuscript is found to be suitable for review, it is then sent to two or more independent reviewers who are experts in the field.
  3. The reviewers are asked to provide an assessment of the manuscript, including its originality, significance, and methodological soundness. They are also asked to recommend whether the manuscript should be published, revised, or rejected.
  4. The Editor-in-Chief then makes a decision based on the reviewers' reports.

The peer review process for IJBR is designed to ensure that only high-quality research is published in the journal. It also helps to ensure that the research is accurate and objective.

Here are some of the benefits of peer review:

  • It helps to ensure the quality of the research published in the journal.
  • It helps to identify potential errors or omissions in the research.
  • It helps to improve the clarity and presentation of the research.
  • It helps to ensure that the research is relevant to the field.
  • It helps to build a community of scholars who are engaged in the peer review process.

If you are interested in submitting your research to IJBR, please visit the journal's website for more information.