Responsibility of Editor

Responsibility of Editor:
The main responsibility of EIC of International Journal of Pharma research and health sciences is for selection and publication of each manuscript based on recommendation by independent reviewer panel. The decision taken by EIC mainly guided by journal policy with sufficient legal requirement.
The EIC look after the evaluation of submitted manuscript should not be biased and should be evaluated based on originality and right intellectual.
The Editor and editorial staff should play confidential and must not disclose any information about a manuscript which is submitted to the journal to anyone other than the corresponding author, reviewers, other editorial advisers, and the publisher, as appropriate. The editor must ensure the integrity of double-blind peer-review and should not disclose the identity of the reviewers to the authors of that manuscript, and vice versa.
The responsibilities for our editors are to strive to meet the needs of readers and authors, strive to constantly improve their journal, have processes in place to assure the quality of the material they publish, champion freedom of expression, and maintain the integrity of the academic record. Our Editors ensures that all published reports and reviews of research have been reviewed by suitably qualified reviewers (including statistical review where appropriate) ensuring that non-peer-reviewed sections of their journal are clearly identified adopting processes that encourage accuracy, completeness and clarity of research reporting including technical editing and the use of appropriate guidelines and checklists.
We are considering developing a transparency policy to encourage maximum disclosure about the provenance of non-research articles. We adopt authorship or contributor ship systems that promote good practice (i.e. so that listings accurately reflect who did the work) and discourage misconduct (e.g. ghost and guest authors) informing readers about steps taken to ensure that submissions from members of the journal’s staff or editorial board receive an objective and unbiased evaluation.