Guidelines for Editors
Editors play an important role in scholarly publishing Journal’s. Clerisy publishers accept prominent personalities in various research fields, who could carry out their responsibilities with much dedication to improve the quality of the Journal.
Guidelines to be followed
- The typical responsibility of an editor is the management of the peer review of manuscripts by reviewers so editor should always be available to take complete responsibility and authority to accept a submitted paper for publication or to reject it.
- Based on the field of research (or) subject, editor will assign submitted manuscript to a reviewer for the peer review process.
- Editors should ideally consider at least two reviewers comments on a paper to make a decision and may confer with other editors or editor-in-chief for an evaluation to use in making this decision.
- An editor should give unbiased consideration to all manuscripts offered for publication, judging each on its relevance to the remit of the journal, originality and scientific merits without regard to their personal interest, race, religious belief, ethnic origin, citizenship, or political philosophy of the author(s).
- Editors should actively seek the views of authors, readers, reviewers and other editorial board members about ways of improving their journal’s processes to attract high-quality submissions.
- Editors should monitor the performance of peer reviewers and also should ready to justify any important deviation from the described peer review process.
- Should write an editorial for every 6 months based on current trends of the research field which Journal deals with.
- Ensures feedback provided to authors is constructive, fair, and timely
- Can suggest appropriate Journal for authors, if the article is not within the scope Journal
- Editors should be accountable for everything published in their Journals.