A scholary journal has a board of referees (or reviewers), who are experts in their field. They evaluate the quality of given articles (academically, also its content and language) and if the article matches the theme of the journal. By means of these scrutiny articles, you can be inserted for publication, reviewed by the author or rejected. This process is called a peer review and its purpose is to guarantee the scientific quality.
IJEART in Cambridge is a scholary Journal based on peer review process which scholary articles. IJEART Journal follows Double-Blind Peer Review: Reviewers do not know the identity of the author(s), & the author(s) do not know the identity of the reviewer. The papers review process is a double-blind one, the review being done simultaneously by a minimum of two members of the international scientific committee. Articles in this journal have undergone a rigorous blind peer review system, based on initial editor screening and involving international refereeing, ensures that articles meet the highest standards of quality. The review criteria considered are the novelty and originality of the paper, the quality of research methodology, the organization and clarity, the reference to prior work, and the quality of results. The result of the review process can be accepted, accept with revision, or reject. Authors will be informed of the outcome of the review process. Only articles accepted by the scientific committee will be published.
IJEART’s Publication Ethics is based, in large part, on the guidelines and standards developed by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). Ethical standards for publication exist to ensure high-quality scientific publications, public trust in scientific findings, and that people receive credit for their ideas.