Editors Roles

Editors Roles

  1. Chief Editor
  2. Managing Editor
  3. Associate Editor
  4. Guest Editor
  5. Editorial Board

Chief Editor

Editor-in-Chief is the most senior position in Academic Editors. With the assistance of Managing

Editor, Editor-in-Chief leads the journal with the responsibility to:

  • Determine the scope and direction of the journal.
  • Recommend Editorial Board members.
  • Provide comments and feedback timely and launch the journal with the assistance of the Editorial Team.
  • Pre-check and make decisions on manuscripts to ensure the quality of publications.
  • Supervise the journal in technique and enhance its scientific content.
  • Decide the improvement strategy of the journal each year.
  • Be actively involved in promoting the journal development and public awareness.

Managing Editor

  • Maintain the highest standards of ethics and competence.
  • Supervise the editing of manuscripts for every issue with an appreciation for scientific writing and format conventions.
  • Take an active role in the peer-review process.
  • Suggesting modifications to decorate the content material exceptional of the journal.
  • Systematic assessment of the review reports maintains vital decisions on artical acceptance or rejection.
  • No delays in assessing the review reports.

Associate Editor

  • Ensuring that the publication maintains the highest quality while adhering to the publication rules & regulations and processes of the journal.
  • Occasionally, solicit articles / significant research work from your colleagues/associates and help.
  • Promote the journal at conferences and meetings.
  • Submit an Inaugural Article that could have several authors, however, the Associate Editor have to be a corresponding author.
  • Review manuscripts and suggest suitable reviewers.

Guest Editor

  • To ensure that the review process is free of conflict when reviewers provide conflicting recommendations on any manuscript.
  • To review conference papers of Special Issue as and when it is necessary.

Editorial Board

Editorial Board is the think tank of the journal that is constituted by a group of distinguished specialists who guide the journal with the responsibility to:

  • Provide suggestions and views to the Editor-in-Chief regarding the scope and direction of the journal.
  • Provide technical support and professional advice to promote the scientific content of the journal.
  • Review a certain number of manuscripts, especially whilst reviewers provide conflicting recommendations.
  • Make decisions on manuscripts, especially whilst Editor-in-Chief or other Academic Editors have conflicts of interest with authors.
  • Be actively involved in the discussion and finalization of the strategic plan and long-term achievement of the journal with the Editor-in-Chief and other Editorial Board members.
  • Recommend other experts to join the Editorial Board of the journal.
  • Be actively involved in promoting the journal’s improvement and public awareness.