The aim and objective of TJ is to ensure the high standards of the original and empirical research papers and articles. All the published research papers and articles are double blind peer reviewed.

In the case of proposed publications, our editorial board will judge and evaluate the proposed manuscript on certain parameters like relevance of the submitted work with the aims and scope of the journal, quality of the work and contribution of the work in respective branch of knowledge. If, the proposed work found suitable in quick review by the editorial board than managing editor will forward copies of an author’s work to two experts (“referees” or “reviewers”) in the respective field by e-mail. These experts are not the member of TJ’s editorial board.

These referees or reviewers will return an evaluation of the proposed work to the managing editor in prescribed format along with acceptance and suggestions for improvement. Further, this evaluation will be forwarded by managing editor after reviewing the comments of referees in context with the scope of the journal to the author for consideration and improvement of the proposed work.

Referees’ evaluations usually include an explicit recommendation of what to do with the manuscript or proposed work as per the options available in the prescribed format. During this peer review process, the role of the referees is advisory, and the managing editor is typically under no formal obligation to accept the opinions of the referees. Moreover, in the process of publication, the referees do not communicate with each other, do not act as a group, and are not aware of each other’s identities or comments.

In particular situations, where the referees disagree considerably about the quality of a manuscript, there are a number of strategies for reaching a decision. When the managing editor receives positive and negative reviews for the same manuscript by two different reviewers, he/she ask for one or more additional reviews form our editorial team or on the basis of comments of one reviewer, the editor may take his/her decision about the respective manuscript. Where there are negative reviews from both blind reviewers, the managing editor then decide on the disposition of the paper.