For Editors


This section is designed to offers guidance and resources to assist our Editors in their roles.

Editor's benefits
  • Enhance academic influence and enrich your resume.
  • Receive a Certificate for acknowledging your contributions to the journal.
  • Get your name listed in the journal website.
  • Get access to the latest research in advance and new contacts in your research field.
  • Get to know other scholars in your field and broaden academic connectivity.
  • Enjoy special offers on Article Processing Charges.
Open Access

Open Access is the widest platform where the readers can access published material for free, without paying a subscription charge. JoPC articles are freely available immediately after publication. which allows the researchers, students, and interested people from anywhere in the world to have rapid access to the latest research through the open access platform of JoPC. 

We finance publication through article processing charges (APC), paid by authors and their institutions. APCs cover the cost of managing the peer review process, professional copy-editing, and promotion of published research.

For authors, open access means a potentially wider circle of readers for their research papers, with some research suggesting that open access papers are more highly cited.
For more details about open access click here

Editor's roles and responsibilities

An editor-in-chief is the highest-ranking member of the editorial team at a publication and determines the look and feel of the publication, has the final say in what is published and what isn't, and leads the publication's team of editors, copyeditors, and writers.

  • Hiring and developing writers, junior editors and senior editors
  • Approving the publication's layout, design, style and tone
  • Reviewing written content for spelling and grammar errors
  • Fact-checking information in articles and stories
  • Providing suggestions for edits when needed
  • Writing editorial pieces to contribute to the publication
  • Developing and managing budgets for the editorial team
  • Representing the publication's editorial team at social functions
  • Making final decisions about which stories, articles and photographs to publish
  • Attending meetings with the publisher or publication board to discuss issues and plans for the publication

The Editor is responsible for upholding the mission and scope of the journal and for selecting papers that provide new, original, and important contributions to knowledge.

  • Read content and correct spelling, punctuation, and grammatical errors
  • Rewrite text to make it easier for readers to understand
  • Verify facts cited in material for publication
  • Evaluate submissions from writers to decide what to publish
  • Work with writers to help their ideas and stories succeed
  • Develop story and content ideas according to the publication’s style and editorial policy
  • Allocate space for the text, photos, and illustrations that make up a story or content
  • Approve final versions submitted by staff
Advisory Board Members

Provides guidance towards the Journal to always improve the aim and scope in the relevant field.

  • Advisory Board Members are requested to express their view regarding the article whether it falls under the Journal scope or not and whether it meets the desired publication criteria or not.
  • Guidance towards the Journal to always improve the aim and scope in the relevant field.
  • Exhibit your opinion on the Journal’s direction and performance.
  • Provide subject-specific support.
  • Your active role in Journal development.
  • Promote the journal wherever possible.
  • Assisting with the strategic development plan for the following volume of the Journal.
  • Offering advice on Journal policy and content, and creating awareness of the Journal.
Guest Editors

They are responsible for managing the papers and for the quality of the content. Every paper in your issue must maintain the quality standards for the journal. Research papers must be scientifically excellent, and all content must be novel and interesting to a general readership.

  • The guest editor is responsible for ensuring timely submission of all proposed contributions at every stage of the review and publication process.
  • A Special Issue editor is entitled to make final decision regarding acceptance and rejection of manuscripts.
  • The guest editor must provide authors with a preliminary editorial review of all proposed manuscripts for thematic coherence, substantive contribution, and journal format prior to submission (unedited conference papers cannot be considered).
  • Submit at least one manuscript for the special issue from your end.
  • Special issue requires minimum of ten articles and you should plan accordingly.
  • The Guest Editor is responsible for undertaking smooth peer review process. If any problem encounters in finding the concerned experts for review, they can always the editorial board for assistance.
  • Following external reviewthe guest editor is responsible for conveying the editorial reviews to the individual authors and monitoring the revision process. The faculty editor has final responsibility for deciding on acceptance or rejection.
  • The guest editor must remain available to the faculty and student editors throughout the editorial and publication process.
  • Please note that the maximum permissible time limit for the release of one special issue is 60 days.
  • The guest editor holds the responsibility to promote and increase the visibility of the special issue by spreading the word about the issue among their colleagues and guest editors.
  • In a scenario of change in their job location or any other details furnished by them, they're required to update their profiles with the updated details within a period of 24 hours.

For more details about special issues and guest editors click here.

Peer- Review

JoPC Publishers follows the single blind peer-review procedure for submissions of all manuscripts to its journals, except for a selected number of patent journals where double blind review is followed.

All submitted articles are subjected to an extensive peer review in consultation with members of the journal’s editorial board and independent external referees (usually three reviewers). All manuscripts are assessed rapidly and the decision based on all the peer reviewers' comments, taken by the journal’s Editor-in-Chief, is then conveyed to the author(s).

Submissions from the Editor-in-Chief / Co-Editor/ Editorial Board Members will undergo independent peer-review and will be submitted to another Editor for his decision on acceptance.

Appeals and Complaints

Generally, the editorial decisions are not reversed. However, authors who think that their manuscript was rejected due to a misunderstanding or mistake may seek an explanation for the decision. Appeals must give sound reasoning and compelling evidence against the criticism raised in the rejection letter. A difference of opinion as to the interest, novelty, or suitability of the manuscript for the journal will not be considered as an appeal. The editors will consider the appeal and the decision thereafter taken by the journal will be deemed final. Acceptance of the manuscript is not guaranteed even if the journal agrees to reconsider the manuscript, and the reconsideration process may involve previous or new reviewers or editors and substantive revision.
Authors who wish to make a complaint should refer them to the Editor-in-Chief of the journal concerned. Complaints should be raised at our 
Query Portal

Conflict of Interest

Financial contributions to the work being reported should be clearly acknowledged, as should any potential conflict of interest.

Copyright and License

Accepted articles can be published online for free open access. Open access publishing provides maximum dissemination of the article to the largest audience. All authors will be asked to indicate whether or not they wish to pay to have their paper made freely available on publication.


Responsibility for the content published by JoPC Publishers in any of its journals, including any opinions expressed therein, rests exclusively with the author(s) of such content. To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, JoPC (on its own behalf, and on behalf of its staff and members of its editorial board) disclaims responsibility for any and all injury and/or damage (whether financial or otherwise) to persons or property, resulting directly or indirectly from any ideas, methods, instructions or products (including errors in the same) referred to in the content of any of JoPC journals.