About Us

TRIDHA Scholars means “Independent Scholars” is a group which is solely working for the growth of the researchers, scholars and students by publishing their valuable manuscripts.

TRIDHA scholars, a leading global scientific group which is providing platforms to researchers and scholars in academics, institutions and R&D departments of different fields with quality content through information, products and services.

Our mission is always focused on helping our customers, wherever they are students, scholars or scientific researchers. It leads the way in advancing science, medicine, technologies, and healthcare. We share the commitment with researchers, scholars for advancement in recent developments of scientific research in various fields.

We totally understand the world in which clinicians, academicians and corporate researchers are working, the outcomes they want to achieve and the challenges they face in achieving them.

Open Access

Now days, most publishers own the rights to the articles in their journals. Anyone who wants to read the articles need not to pay to access them online. Anyone who wants to use the articles in any way (Reprints) must obtain permission from the publisher and is often required to pay an additional fee.

Although many researchers can access the journals they need via their institution or by themselves as that is freely accessible.

Open Access is when publications are freely available online to all at no cost and with limited restrictions without any barriers. The unrestricted distribution of research is especially important for authors (as their work gets seen by more people), readers (as they can access and build on the most recent work in the field) and funders (as the work they fund has broader impact by being able to reach a wider audience).

Peer Review Process

Peer review is the system used to assess the quality of a manuscript before it is published. we follow the double blind peer review process so that Independent researchers/reviewers in the relevant research area assess submitted manuscripts for originality, validity, and significance to help editors determine whether a manuscript should be published in the journal.

Double Blind Peer review process is an integral part of scientific publishing that confirms the validity of the manuscript. Peer reviewers are experts who volunteer their time to help in improving the quality of the manuscripts they review.

When a manuscript is submitted to a journal, it is assessed to see if it meets the criteria for submission.

Each manuscript is checked for plagiarism/similar content, and assessed carefully to determine if it fits the aims and scope of the journal. If it does, the editorial team will select potential peer reviewers within the field of research to peer-review the manuscript and make recommendations.

All submit articles are subject to double blind peer review. The publishing house will send manuscripts to outside reviewers selected from an extensive database.

Upon submission, authors are encouraged to submit names of reviewers who they deem appropriate to review their paper. Authors may also indicate persons to whom they do not wish the manuscript sent for review. Articles will be reviewed by at least two reviewers as well as the editorial staff to determine validity, significance, novelty, and potential impact on the field of contents and conclusions. The selection of reviewers will be made on the basis of expertise, impartiality, and equal distribution among the available experts, regardless of geographic origin of the manuscript or locations of the reviewers.

On their recommendation, editors will accept, accept with revisions, or reject a manuscript.

To make good judgments, peer reviewers evaluate the content for scientific value and originality, to see that articles adhere to general scientific practice as well as the journal’s specific guidelines, and to check that author have referenced correctly. The reviewer will look closely at the methodology and the validity of the data, and consider the ethical approach. They will then recommend changes. Authors will be advised within the shortest possible time whether their paper is accepted, requires major or minor revisions, or else gets rejected. All necessary efforts will be made to ensure a timely review process.

Authors should note the time from submission to final decision can be shortened by a timely return of a revised manuscript when revision has been requested.

Journal of Clinical Cases and Reports reserves the right to make the final selection of peer reviewers. Journal of Clinical Cases and Reports also reserves the right, at its discretion, to determine the number and kind of manuscripts sent for review, the number of reviewers, the reviewing procedures, and the use made of reviewers’ opinions. In addition to scientific merit, the Editor-in-Chief/Editor reserves the right to evaluate papers without external peer review. Effort is made to complete the review process in a timely manner.

Digital Archiving Policy: All articles published in our journal are archived in Google Scholars.

Anti-Plagiarism Policy

All TRIDHA Journals regard plagiarism as a very serious offence. It is an illegal form of copying. The journal uses PlagScan to screen the articles for plagiarism.

Plagiarism is defined as the unacknowledged use of the work of others as if this were your own original work.
Examples of plagiarism: 

  • Copying and pasting from the Internet and posting somewhere else without proper citation
  • Putting your name on another person’s essay or project
  • Copying exact wording from another person’s text
  • Using another person’s photo, diagram, tables, sounds, or ideas without proper citation
  • Presenting research in your own words without providing references
  • Purchasing another person’s text and using it as your own
  • Presenting ideas in the same format and order as your research source

By submitting paper for publication to the journal, Author(s) certify that: 

  • I/We are fully aware that plagiarism is wrong
  • I/We know that plagiarism is the use of another person’s idea or published work and to pretend that it is one’s own.
  • I/ We declare that each contribution to your project from the work(s) of other peoples published works or unpublished sources have been acknowledged and source of information have been referenced.
  • I/We certify that you are solely responsible for any incomplete reference that may remain in my/our work.

Anti-plagiarism Declaration 
         I have read and understood the TRIDHA Journals rules on plagiarism. I hereby declare that this piece of written work is the result of my own independent scholarly work, and that in all cases material   from the work of others (in books, articles, essays, dissertations, and on the internet) is acknowledged, and quotations and paraphrases are clearly indicated. No material other than that listed has been used. This written work has not previously not yet been published.

Publication Ethics
It is therefore important to agree upon standards of expected ethical behavior for all parties involved in the act of publishing: the author, the journal editor, the peer reviewer and the publisher. 

Ethical standards for publication exist to ensure high-quality scientific publications, public trust in scientific findings, and that people receive credit for their work and ideas.

  • Article Assessment
  • Plagiarism
  • Duplicate Submission and Redundant Publication
  • Citation Manipulation
  • Fabrication and Falsification
  • Authorship and Acknowledgements
  • Conflicts of Interest
  • Sanctions
  • Investigations
  • Corrections and Retractions

TRIDHA Scholars follows the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and adheres to COPE guidelines and recommendations in order to ensure best ethical practice. TRIDHA Scholars instructions for authors are written as per the guidelines provided by the International Committee for Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE), Recommendations for the Conduct, Reporting, Editing, and Publication of Scholarly work in Medical/Clinical Journals’ and authors are encouraged to read our instructions before submitting a manuscript.

Discount Scheme: Open Access

TRIDHA Scholars always support authors and their hard works in performing the research. Therefore, to provide extra support to open access research and researchers from developing countries, we are providing a discount on all type of articles.

The discount (Optional) applies to articles, where all authors are based at institutions in any of the countries listed below. The author needs to pay very less fees which is not more than USD 35. For more information email at [email protected]

Afganistan Congo Dem. Rep Guinea Malawi  Palestinian Authority Tanzania
Angola Congo Guinea-Bissau Mali Rwanda Togo
Benin Côte d'Ivoire Haiti Mauritania Sao Tome and Principe Tunisia
Bhutan Cuba Honduras Moldova Senegal Uganda
Bolivia Dem People’s Rep Korea Iran Mongolia Sierra Leone Ukraine
Burkina Faso Djibouti Kenya Morocco Solomon Islands Uzbekistan
Burundi East Timor Kiribati Mozambique Somalia Vanuatu
Cambodia El Salvador Kosovo Myanmar South Sudan Vietnam
Cameroon Eritrea Kyrgyz Republic Nepal Sri Lanka Yemen
Cape Verde Ethiopia Lao PDR Nicaragua Sudan West Bank and Gaza
Central African Republic Gambia Lesotho Niger Swaziland Yemen, Rep.
Chad Georgia Liberia North Korea Syria Zambia
Comoros Ghana Madagascar Papua New Guinea Tajikistan Zimbabwe

Reviewers for TRIDHA Scholars

Group relies on the peer review process to uphold the quality and validity of valuable articles and the journals that publish them. Experienced reviewer or interested in reviewing for the first time, we invite you to understand the different pages.

1) What is peer review?

Reviewers play a critical role in scholarly open access publishing. Peer review helps to validate research, establish a method by which it can be evaluated and increase visibility of articles within research communities.

Single blind review

The names of the reviewers are hidden from the author. This is the traditional method of reviewing and is the most common type by far.

  • Reviewer anonymity allows for impartial decisions – the reviewers will not be influenced by the authors.
  • Authors may be concerned that reviewers in their field could delay publication, giving the reviewers a chance to publish first.
  • Reviewers may use their anonymity as justification for being unnecessarily critical or harsh when commenting on the authors’ work.

Double-blind review

Both the reviewer and the author are anonymous.

  • Author anonymity prevents any reviewer bias, for example based on an author's country of origin or previous controversial work.
  • Articles written by prestigious or renowned authors are considered on the basis of the content of their papers, rather than their reputation.
  • Reviewers can often identify the author through their writing style, subject matter or self-citation.
  • More information for authors can be found in our Double-Blind Peer Review Guidelines.

2) Becoming a Reviewer

Reviewing requires the investment of time and a certain skill set.

Do you want to be a reviewer?

Reviewers are invited to conduct a review by a journal editor. Editors usually select researchers who are experts in the same subject area as the paper. However, if you think you would be a good reviewer for a specific journal you can always contact one of the journal's editors.

a) Identify which journal you would like to review

b) Check the journal homepage and view full editorial board

c) Contact the relevant editor and inform about availability of yours as a reviewer.


3) How to conduct a review

a) Does the article match your area of expertise? Only accept if you feel you can provide a high-quality review.

b) Do you have a potential conflict of interest? Disclose this to the editor when you respond.

c) Do you have time? Reviewing can be a lot of work – before you commit, make sure you can meet the deadline.

d) Finally: educate yourself on the peer review process

Your Recommendation

a) Reject (explain reason in report)

b) Accept without revision

c) Revise - either major or minor (explain the revision that is required and indicate to the editor whether or not you would be happy to review the revised article)


TRIDHA Policy of Retraction and Withdrawal of Manuscript

1) Major Scientific errors like findings in the manuscript are unreliable.

2) Manuscript information are already available somewhere else.

3) Unethical and plagiarized ideas, process, results, etc. can be retracted immediately.

4) If article is submitted two times or published with another publisher it shall be retracted immediately.

5) After 7 days of submission, if author needs to withdraw his/her manuscript then they shall be liable to pay withdrawal fees i.e. 40% of the APC.

6) Author is solely responsible for all the inconvenience caused, as after receiving submission, journal editor will initiate its working and in between and after processing of manuscript it is difficult to withdraw manuscript.

Note: All concerned matter is dealt with proper communication and the final decision will be as per the TRIDHA scholars guidelines.

We hope that author might have gone through with whole information and would like to have co-operation from all the authors and institution.