Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q: I want to publish my research paper. How can I start the process at ESRJ?

Manuscripts should be submitted to the EDITOR-IN-CHIEF with Email or Online submission Gateway. Submission has to be in accordance with AUTHOR GUIDELINE, COMMITMENT LETER and COPYRIGHT AGREEMENT forms are also mandatory to be submitted.

Q: How do I submit my manuscript to ESRJ Journal?

Authors are encouraging to submit their Manuscripts electronically into the 'Journal Editor-in-Chief Panel'or via email as an attachment.

Q: Do I have to format my paper according to journal style for review?

Yes, ESRJ article submission format (as described in Author's Guideline) is required for submission, acceptance and review. See the author guideline of ESRJ for submission of a paper.

Q: Is Copyright Agreement form necessary for paper submission?

Yes, scanned copy of filled copyright agreement form is mandatory with paper submission. Author must submit 'Copyright agreement form' along with the article to the Editor-in-Chief.

Q: Is COMMITMENT LETTER necessary for paper submission?

Yes, COMMITMENT LETTER is mandatory with paper submission.

Q: I have submitted my paper with email and did not get the tracking number.

For email submission author can get their manuscript tracking number after 24 hours of paper submission.

Q: How many days are required for review process to complete?

Total time require for peer review process is approximately 30 to 45 days. It depends on manuscript, reviewers' availability & terms of the journal.

Q: Can I submit more than one paper for the same issue?

No, you can submit only one paper at a time.

Q: What is the frequency of publication of ESRJ?

ESRJ is published continuously four times in a year and normally 1-4 issue per year.

Q: Is there a print version of the journal?

Yes, ESRJ publishes both online and print versions.

Q: What is the peer-review process?

In brief, peer-review is a process utilized by research journals and academic publications to assess the quality and validity of a research manuscript. Because research is often highly specialized and technical, it can be difficult to assess a manuscript without coming from a similar background/area of study. In peer-review, 'peers' from the same field of research will evaluate the manuscript under question to give it a fair assessment for publication.