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Focus and Scope
Journal of Tertiary and Industrial Sciences (JTIS)“: This journal is peer-reviewed and provides knowledge of a range of disciplines covering original research Papers, Case Studies, Technical Reviews and Short Communications.
Journal of Tertiary and Industrial Sciences (JTIS)” is the official journal of the Higher Technical Teachers’ Training College of the University of Buea in Kumba which provides both national and international research forum for exchange of knowledge dealing with various issues of the wide range of disciplines covered by the School.
Journal of Tertiary and Industrial Sciences (JTIS)” publishes three issues (in March, July and November) annually.
Review process of submitted articles will be completed within 45 days and will be published in the electronic edition of the journal web site.
The objectives of the “Journal of Tertiary and Industrial Sciences (JTIS)” are to publish Original Papers, Case Studies, Short Communications and Review Papers of high scientific standards intended to establish an environment for discussion on current issues in a wide range of disciplines (covered by the School).
Journal of Tertiary and Industrial Sciences (JTIS)” accepts papers of high scientific quality of both high local and global relevance in a wide range of fields including but not restricted to:-
- Building construction
- Woodwork and Wood Processing
- Forestry Techniques
- Renewable Energy
- Mechanical Engineering
- Fashion Clothing
- Food Technology
- Home Economics
- Tourism and Hospitality Management
- Computer Science
- Information Management and Communication
- Guidance Councelling
- Science of Education
Peer Review Process
If the manuscript complies with preparation guidelines provided, it goes through a reviewing process; First by the Editor-in-Chief and the Editorial Board members who screen for plagiarism by using the online software. The manuscript is then sent to at least two blinded-peer-reviewers. Reviewers may accept the article as it is, request minor or major revisions, or reject. In case there are disagreements between reviewers, the manuscript may be sent to another reviewer. The article can be published only after the required revisions are fulfilled by the author. However, taking into consideration the recommendations of the reviewers, the final decision belongs to the Editor-in-Chief. Note that a double-blind peer review system is adopted and reviewers are unaware of the identity of the author.