To explain, peer-review is the method that is taken in use to analyse the quality of a manuscript before it gets published. Next, independent researchers in a similar research area can analyse already submitted manuscripts for validity, originality, and importance to help editors ascertain and give reasons why their manuscript must be published in their journal.


IJMRAS functions one such peer-review system that is double-blind, where the examiner are affiliated of the names and authority of the authors, but the checker who verify the research papers, are kept anonymous from the author. The research articles get published by Human-centric Computing and Information Sciences and stays dependent originally on their scientific assurance and coherence as assessed by our expert editors who are outside or even the peer reviewers, who will also analyse whether the writing is proper and whether the work presents a useful addition to the field.


Moreover, the manuscripts that are submitted will usually be analysed by two to three professionals who will be questioned to analyse the coherence and sound of the paper, the plagiarism of the publishing content, and the clarity of the manuscript so that it gets published. Additionally, examiners will also be questioned to showcase how enchanting and important the research is. Finally, the editors will come to a conclusion depending on some reports and, as per the need, they will contact with members of the Editorial Board.