Peer Review System
Acta Scientific conducts evaluation of work in the manuscripts by peers who have an expertise in the relevant field. A thorough peer review will be carried out with a motto to maintain standards of quality, improve performance and provide credibility. Our goal of performing a comprehensive peer review system is to publish only the research results that are suitable for a scientific journal.
Acta Scientific implements double-blinded peer review system to ensure unbiased review.
We ensure that all the articles published in Acta Scientific undergo integrated peer review by peers and consequent revision by authors when required.
Why peer review? What are the benefits?
The author receives detailed and constructive feedback from experts in the field.
The process can alert authors to errors or gaps in literature they may have overlooked.
It can assist with making the paper more applicable to the journal readership.
It may enable a discussion (between the author, reviewers, and editor) around a research field or topic.
Readers can be assured that the research they are reading has been verified by subject experts.
Peer review system of Acta Scientific assures that
1. Submitted article is original work which has not been previously published nor is under consideration by another journal, in part or whole;
2. The article meets all applicable standards of ethics;
3. The paper is relevant to the journal's aims, scope, and readership;
4. A submitted article presents original research findings;
5. A submitted article offers a comprehensive critical review and evaluation of key literature sources for a given topic; and
6. The article is methodologically and technically sound.