The Editorial Board Members of APR reviews manuscripts submitted to the journal, thus working to promote the quality of the scientific publication.
The APR Editorial Board is composed of the following members:
Editorial Board Members
Suggesting topics and authors for solicited reviews or editorials.
Helping to elicit high quality, state-of-the-art articles from their own and other research groups.
Contributing their own ideas and experience to improve the quality and competitiveness of the Journals.
Editor-in-Chief will take the final decision for any publication oriented issue.
Honesty and transparency is a must to become an Editorial Board member, where an Editor should judge every submission equally and transparently.
Providing the final judgment on the articles assigned within the allotted time with proper reason and clarification should be done by the Editor.
Editor should remember the policy of fast and effective peer review and further process, therefore, should communicate with the reviewers or authors depending on the stage of article processing in case of any delay.
Editors will be responsible to convey the expectations of the journal to the reviewers with the review scope, quality and timeliness for an effective, fair and constructive review for the assigned submission.
The members of the Ethics & Plagiarism Committee were responsible for overseeing all plagiarism cases and issues dealing with professional ethics in publishing.
The members of this committee have a vast knowledge of legal and ethical publishing issues and policies, and work closely with the APR, as well as calling on domain experts as needed in individual cases.