Peer Review

The SSRO provides a peer reviews process in all the manuscripts that receives it. Peer review is designed to assess the validity, quality and often the originality of articles for publication. It helps validate research, establish a method by which it can be evaluated, and increase networking possibilities within research communities. When a manuscript is submitted to the journal, the editors send it to the reviewers who are considered knowledgeable about the topic. Reviewers evaluate article submissions to journals, based on the requirements of that journal, predefined criteria, and quality, completeness and accuracy of the research presented. They provide feedback on the manuscript and the research, suggest improvements and make a recommendation to the editor about whether to accept, reject or request changes in the manuscript.

Peer review is a process by which experts evaluate scholarly works, and its objective is to ensure a high quality of published. Once an author submits a manuscript through the online submission process, after the screening of editorial board, the editor sends it to reviewers who have knowledge about the topic. The reviewers and the authors, in theory, do not know each others’ identities. Reviewers play a pivotal role in scholarly evaluation for publishing application. They evaluate manuscripts submission to journals, according to that journal, originality, scientific quality, completeness and contribution to the field. They provide feedback on the article to suggest improvements and make a recommendation to the editor about whether to accept, reject or request changes in the application. The editorial team will take a decision on the report that recommend by reviewers. Peer review processing ensures the following benefits.

  • It helps for the author in identifying the strength and the weakness of their work.
  • The information provided in the Journal should be accurate and reliable so that it would be helpful to build up new ideas and managing data, which is unique.
  • It enhances the editor’s decision making process as well as allow them learn the progress in the field. It helps them to identify errors thus allowing them to choose the papers of highest quality to keep the Journal reputation up.
  • It screens the mistakes and allows the readers to read an improvised version and thus peer review is considered to act as a mechanism to help precise what they read.
  • It provides a completeness that maintains the standard of the Journal.
  • It provides a consistency that important if the fields are not set to a specific limit.
  • It provides the uniqueness that important to add up value to the journal and stand out from the other Journals.
  • New and current information should be provided to maintain the standards of the Journal.

SSRO relies on the blind peer review process to uphold the quality and validity of individual articles and the journals that publish them. The peer review process is seen as the gold standard because it ensures the rigour, novelty, and consistency of academic outputs. Typically, through rounds of review, flawed ideas are eliminated and good ideas are strengthened and improved.