GPR Journals offers a smooth and simple publication process which entails the following stages;
Stage 1: After submission, the chief editor conducts an initial check on content adequacy and appropriateness, format, completeness, the publication status, plagiarism, and for machine generated manuscripts. Manuscripts are accepted or rejected at this stage and the author is immediately notified about the acceptability status. (Upon acceptance, a manuscript cannot be rejected at any later stage)
Stage 2: Once accepted, the author is issued with an informal acceptance letter and requested to pay the publication fee of USD 100.
Stage 3: Once the publication fee is paid, the author is issued with formal acceptance letter and the manuscript undergoes a double-blind peer review process which takes a maximum of 10 days.
Authors Can Submit These Types of Papers
Submission Preparation Checklist
As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission’s compliance with all of the following items:
More information on GPR Journals’ authors’ guidelines can be found here.
Peer Review Process
GPR Journals strives to provide the fairest and neutral evaluation system through double-blind peer review system. During this review process, identity of both the authors and reviewers are kept hidden to ensure an unbiased evaluation. One of the main objectives of peer review system is to improve the quality of the manuscript before publication. To know more about GPR Journals’ peer review process, click here.
Article Processing Fees
Publishing of manuscript involves many procedures like quality and plagiarism check, locating peer- reviewers, proofreading, copy editing, formatting, web maintenance, etc. These tasks involve certain costs which are compensated to some extent by the article processing fee, paid by the authors. GPR Journals requires Article Processing Charges of USD 100 that is billed to the submitting author following the acceptance of an article for publication. Apart from the Article Process Charges, there are no other charges. More information on GPR Journals’ publication charges can be found here.
Ethics and Malpractices Statement
The editorial board of GPR Journals is devoted to prevent publication malpractices, and any kind of unethical behavior is not acceptable. GPR Journals is a keen observer of the COPE toolkit guide on the expected ethical practices in scholarly publishing. More information on GPR Journals’ ethics and malpractices statement can be found here.