As the best editing service in India, HIGS offers first-rate journal revisions or journal comment correction services for PhD research papers.HIGS provides world-class service in every stage of the PhD research journey. We offer journal revision services to our clients till the research paper/article gets published in the preferred journal. What is the Purpose of Revision And Why is it important? The purpose of revision is to verify the research study whether meets the journal demand and fits the scope. Revision of an article to be published is inevitable since the revision ensures the paper's structure, flow and presentation.

We help researchers to publish papers in journals and we do corrections if any suggested by the journal editors and Peer reviewers and resubmit the papers for publication. Our service aims to provide customer satisfaction. We offer our service till you get 100% satisfaction with our work. Hire us to get the best quality service at an affordable price.The most important stage in the publication process is the journal editorial and peer review. This determines whether the article is fit for publication or not.


What is a Peer review process?

Any article submitted for the publication process in any journal will be analyzed by the journal experts to determine whether the article meets the scope of the journal and is suitable for publishing. This process is called Peer review.

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Peer Review in Journal Publishing:

Benefits of Peer review in writing: It is the process through which the journals evaluate the quality of the research study by inviting experts in the field to review the manuscript and help determine whether it is suitable for publication. The process usually involves the following steps such as editor screening and peer review.

Editor Screening: In an Editor screening process, the journal editors initially view the title and the subject on which the research has been made and then the editor determines if the article fits the scope of the journal and whether the research is compelling and checks the manuscript for plagiarism. If plagiarism is detected or it is not of much interest to the readership, the paper can be directly rejected at this stage. Such a paper may not be sent for peer review.

Peer review: If the article meets the standards, the editor will send the article to at least two independent experts for double-blind peer review. Each reviewer will review and comment on the manuscript. Reviewers will look at the significance of the study, the results presentation, clarity of language, etc. The reviewers will also make a recommendation to the journal editor concerning publication. This Peer-review is an integral part of validating, improving, and evaluating manuscripts to be published by a journal.

The Outcome of the Peer-review process is as follows, according to the quality of the article.


This means that the article can be published in the present form. It is extremely rare for a paper to be accepted in the first submission.

Major Revision:

Major revision implies that substantial changes have to be made to the document such as adding or removing additional content, changing format etc. After finishing corrections the document should resubmit to the reviewers.

Minor Revision:

A minor revision implies that there are a limited number of changes needed to improve the document. After corrections are made the article can directly be submitted for publication.


This denotes that the article doesn't fit the scope of the journal. In this case, one may need to change the topic or need to rewrite the research paper.

Why Does the paper Get Rejected?

Reasons for the rejection of papers by journals,
  • The paper may be out of scope
  • The subject may not suit the journal
  • Poor methodology
  • Poor references
  • Poor language
  • Poor scientific content
  • Incomplete Data
  • Conformed Plagiarism
  • Too basic research
  • Similar paper existence
  • Weak Hypothesis
  • Lack of proper documentation

What Do We Do In Journal Revision?

  • HIGS ensures that your article shall not get rejected for language errors such as grammatical errors, spelling errors, etc.
  • We provide major revisions and minor revisions for the research papers/ articles and also ensure journal formatting to get them published in the journal.
  • We impart expert reviews and unlimited revisions for the papers in the major revision category and provide substantial changes to the content suggested by the journal experts and make it eligible for journal publishing.
  • Our editors do repeated revisions in the rejected paper/article to make suitable changes and corrections and resubmit it. Therefore the chance for publication in a reputed journal is increased.
  • We resubmit the revised paper to the Journal, by making suitable corrections until it gets published in the preferred journal.
  • Our experienced and qualified team of experts ensures that you receive the article/research paper free from errors and increases your credibility.
  • Even a small mistake will spoil the chance of publishing papers. So we are aware of rectifying all the errors to create an excellent document suitable for journal publication.