Peer Review Process

Research articles submitted to the Journal of Community Service SEWAGATI will be peer-reviewed. Pre-review of articles will be carried out to see the suitability of page formats, figures, tables, citations and reference lists as well as article systematics. Plagiarism element checks are carried out through searches on Google Scholar, and plagiarism detector. Then, the article will be sent to peer reviewers, Review is done for 4-8 weeks. If desired, the reviewer can request a re-review after the author revises the article. The decision whether the article is accepted or not is the authority of the Chief Editor based on the recommendations of the reviewers. All correspondence, including notification of the Editor's decision and revision requests, will be sent via email.