Peer Review Process

Peer Review Process

Here are some processes in peer review (about 30 days):

1. Each submitted article will go through a complete submission check process such as articles that match the template and <=25% plagiarism check results (can use Turnitin and so on). If the article meets the requirements, it will proceed to a double-blind review process. However, if the article has a slight revision in terms of the template, the article will be returned to the author for revision within a maximum of 7 days. If the submitted article is not in the JAMIKA template, then the article will be rejected.

2. The review process takes 10 days. The results of a double-blind review can be: revision required, accepted, or rejected.

3. If the review results are accepted with corrections, the author must make revisions based on the reviewer's direction within 10 days.

4. If the revision results are appropriate, the author's journal can be accepted and entered into the copyediting process until publication. The author will get a Letter of Acceptance (LoA). If the revised results are not appropriate, the journal can be rejected. This process takes approximately 3 days.