Vandana Publications both journals (International Journal of Engineering and Management Research) and (Applied Science and Biotechnology Journal for Advanced Research) are full peer reviewed journals. When you have submitted your manuscript successfully, the next step is peer review or you can say the method used to evaluate a manuscript’s quality before to publication is called peer review.
What is Peer Review?
The method used to evaluate a manuscript’s quality before to publication is called peer review. Editors decide whether to publish a manuscript in their journal based on the evaluation of submitted manuscripts for originality, validity, and significance by independent scholars in the relevant field.
Double Blind Peer Review
Vandana Publications using double blind peer review process for their books and journals before publishing. A double-blind peer review system is an anonymous review process in which the reviewers that are chosen are not informed of the identity of the manuscript’s author(s). Before a manuscript is delivered to a reviewer, all information that would allow the reviewer to identify the author or authors of the work is removed from the text. In the same way, the reviewers’ identities are kept secret from the author(s) when they forward their remarks to them.
Our both journals use of Open Journal Systems (OJS) 18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124, an open source journal administration and publication system created, maintained, and distributed by the Public Knowledge Project. The GNU General Public Licence governs its licencing. For additional information on the programme, go to the PKP website. If you have any issues concerning the journals or submissions to the journals, please contact the journal or publisher directly.
Below are the more information about the publishing system, Platform and Workflow by OJS/PKP: