An excellent peer review assures the manuscript to be scrutinized, verified and refined through peer feedback before it is published.
The purpose of peer review is to appropriately detect errors, audit the soundness of methodology, increase the clarity of study results, interpretation and narration, and check the completeness of coverage.
Originality of content
Authenticity and professionalism in writing are requisite. Unreferenced use of other person work is not acceptable.
The report should have a relevant and expressive title, abstract and conclusion which pronounces the essence of the research. The reporting should be clear, concise, elaborative, with unambiguous and precise terminology and statements. The article should have enough details of techniques and experimentation for researchers attempting to reproduce the results.
The article should explicitly state the purpose of research investigation and the knowledge gap it strives to bridge. Experimental design should use a valid procedure of systematic observation, measurement, and the formulation, modification and testing of hypotheses.