Peer Review Process
Peer review helps the editor in making editorial decisions. Through the editorial communications with the author may also assist the author in improving the paper.
Original research based manuscripts submitted to Ta’dib are at first checked on by the editors for common fit with the focus and scope of Ta’dib Journal for the composing quality. As it were those inquire about articles assembly the Ta’dib Focus and Scope will be sent to at least two reviewers. The review done based on the principle of double blind peer review processes. The two reviewers will be doled out to assess the manusripts on the premise of their expertise. The reviewers are anticipated to return their feedback in 4 weeks. A third reviewer will be designated in case one of the reviewers opposes the idea upon the quality of the inquire about article for publication. The alloted reviewers assess the research manuscripts by employing a standard review form. They are required to treat all the data within the inquire about manuscripts as secret. Views of the alloted reviewers serve as a direction to Ta’dib editors to make final decision of the reviewed manuscripts whether they are accepted as written without any revisions, accepted with minor revisions (a second round of review is not necessary). accepted with major revisions (a second round of review will be necessary), or rejected (the paper is not suitable for publication)