Editor-in-Chief Guidelines

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Editor-in-Chief fosters a crucial role in maintaining the entire standard of the journal, especially in the peer review process. In Journal of PeerScientist; Editor-in-Chief/Editor should take the whole responsibility of the journal (content and the recent updates); through their eminence in research and expertise in their respective field; to rendering their unbiased services to Open Access.
Journal of PeerScientist invites Chairs, Dean, Presidents, Vice-president, Professors, and Associate Professors to take part in our Editorial Board. Journal of PeerScientist focuses on the topics like Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Computer Science and Technology, Engineering. Editors of PeerScientist need to monitor the peer review process in an unbiased manner.

Editor-in-Chief Responsibilities: 

  1.  Editor-in-Chief’s is elected based on their research interest.
  2.  Every article submitted will be assigned to Editor-in-Chief based on the scope of the article. Editor-in-Chief reviews the article at a glance and assigns the article/manuscript to Editor/s of same expertise to review the manuscript who in turns assigns it to the reviewers for the manuscripts received from the editorial office. If the editors are busy, they can inform the reason to the editorial office so that it will be assigned to other Assistant Editor-in-Chief has the same expertise.
  3.  Editor-in-Chief should take the sole responsibility to protect the communal and public interest and should strive to advance the reporting of science in different ways so that it ensures the highest standards of openness, accessibility, reliability, and integrity of the   scientific enterprise.
  4. Editor-in-Chief should select the manuscripts that are original with valid and reproducible results so that the published manuscripts are expected to presents results in sufficient detail for readers to assess the validity of the inferences drawn.
  5. Maintaining strict editorial policies. The review process should be completed within the timeline provided and need to give a timely response to the editorial office.
  6. Responsibility for selecting all materials for publication in Journal of PeerScientist, including articles, commentaries, editorials, and reviews.
  7. Editor-in-Chief has the whole authority to accept or reject a paper accepted for publication.
  8. Editor-in-Chief should be in contact with all editorial board members for the recent updates and development of the journal.
  9. Editor-in-Chief has to monitor the complete peer review process, to give/distribute the quality output.
  10. Editor-in-Chief/Editors should follow the ethics and maintain confidentiality.
  11. Editor-in-Chief should encourage Editors to provide new ideas/suggestions for the development of the journal.
  12. Editor-in-Chief should monitor the types of errors that appear in the Journal of PeerScientist so that to protect the journal from deteriorating in its quality.
  13. Editor-in-Chief needs to monitor acceptance and rejection rates for specific types of manuscripts, editorial processing timelines, tracking reviewer performance, the rate of acceptance/rejections of specific types of articles.
  14. The Editor-in-Chief will not allow their judgment to be influenced by political, commercial and other considerations that are beyond the scope of scientific knowledge.
  15. Editor-in-Chief should conduct at least one Editorial Board meets annually, during which each and every Editor need to provide an update of the Journal, which assists in identifying and discussing areas that need to improve the performance; and to explore individual ideas for journal development and potential enhancements to the print and online Journal.