Frequently Asked Questions

Standard Open Access Publisher


What is Open Access Publication?

Open Access is the free and unrestricted online availability of content. This means that anyone can read, download, copy, distribute, crawl, print, search or extract data from open access material.

Who retains the copyright?

Authors retain the sole copyright of their work under the terms outlined by the Creative Commons licenses while allowing others to copy, distribute, and use the work in a non-commercial way. The user of the information should acknowledge the author of the original work.

What file formats do you accept?

We accept .doc, .docx, .pdf formats.

Do you do a peer-review of the manuscript?

Manuscripts submitted for publication in the journal will be reviewed anonymously by at least two independent experts in the respective scientific field, the author will receive evaluation results within a month to decide the manuscript would be accepted or rejected.

What types of articles will the Standard Open Access accept?

We encourage the submission of varied article types such as research papers, case studies, reviews, letters and other communications, editorials, and reports.

Is there any page limit for writing manuscripts?

There is no page limit for regular or special issue manuscripts but Editorials need to be a maximum of 3 pages though.

How many days it will take for Review Process/Publication of article?

All the articles undergo through rapid review process for maximum of 21 days from the initial date of submission. The accepted articles will be published online within 10 days from the date of final acceptance from the editor.

Do the Standard Open Access journals use DOI designation for citations?

Yes, assigning a DOI to each cited reference ensures that a persistent link to the work is included for readers.

You have feedback on Standard Open Access?

We always look forward to improvement and we welcome your views and suggestions, you can reach us:

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