Peer Review Process

JTIS Journal implements the following review process policy:

  1. Manuscripts sent by authors will go through a review process by the editor, especially checking the suitability of the manuscript with the scope of the journal and compliance with the Journal template. In this process, the editor will establish communication with the author so that the manuscript is worth sending to the Reviewer or even returned/declined.
  2. Manuscripts that have passed step 1 above are sent to at least 1 reviewer for content review using the blind review method.
  3. The review process will consider novelty, objectivity, methods, scientific impact, conclusions, and references.
  4. Reviewers will suggest improvements and or accept/reject the article.
  5. The editor will decide by considering the reviewer's suggestions whether the manuscript meets the requirements of the JTIS Journal.
  6. The editor's decision is final.