Editorial board

Editor-In-Chief – Mr. Kamran Asad

Main Responsibilities of Editor-In-Chief The lead editor of the journal is called the editor-in-chief and oversees the entire journal. The editor-in-chief directs the overall strategy of the journal and makes all the final decisions, performing such duties as reviewing and selecting manuscripts for publication, managing the budget, hiring other editorial board members, and developing strategies and guidelines to match the brand

C.E.O – Mr Rajmohan Singh

A CEO, which stands for Chief Executive Officer, is the highest-ranking individual in a organization. The CEO is responsible for the overall success of a Media entity and for making top-level managerial decisions. They may ask for input on major decisions.

Associate Editor

Nasir Zafar
Sumit Saini
Mohmmad Irfan
Mohmmad Faisal
Mohmmad Faiz

Main Responsibilities of a Associate Editor While the editor-in-chief works on the big picture, the associate editor creates a steady workflow and oversees the publishing process. The specifics of this hands-on role change from journal to journal, but typically the associate editor coordinates peer review, collaborates with authors, reviewers, and board members, handles technical editing of manuscripts, and writes an occasional editorial for the journal. Like the editor-in-chief, there can be one or multiple associate editors depending on the size and scope of the journal, and expertise in the journals subject is required.

Sub Editor

Masood Hasan
Saddeq Mohmmad Khan
Mohit Bhatt
B. N Upadhyay
Abdul Malik Hashmi
kalka Prasad Sharma
Sneha Tiwari
Arjun Singh

Main Responsibilities of a Sub Editor Writing headlines, picture captions and story summaries. Improve text by identifying inconsistencies and errors (in both language and content) and resolving ambiguous passages in conjunction with the Editors. Verifying information and story details to confirm accuracy of stories

Editorial Advisor

Rehan Ahmad
Siraj Ahmad
Abhishek Mishr
Syed Mahtab Hasan Hashmi
Navneet Singh Rathore
Indranath Bhattacharya
Tauseef Ahmad
Chandra shekhar Kushwaha

Organize special issues. Contributing Editorials and relevant scientific articles. To be responsible for the editorial control and quality of the Journal, including the soliciting, editing and publication of submissions. To ensure the timely publication of the Journal

Section Editor

Jyoti Panda
Shailendra Verma
Naresh Sharma
Mohmmad Zahid
Mohmmad Khalid
Akash Pratap Singh

Section editors are not always appointed to journals because of the specificity of the job. People in this role are responsible for reviewing only specific manuscripts, like book reviews and opinion pieces. This niche position means that section editors always need to be on their toes, looking at their journal’s comments and staying on top of competitors to make sure that they are always adapting and improving. Section editors can at times make the final decision on their manuscripts, but the editor-in-chief retains the right to decide what goes into the journal.

Editorial Board Member

The editorial board is a collection of experts in the field who fulfill two main roles within the journal. Board members are expected to work with the editors to improve the journal by finding new topics or reviewing past issues. They also seek to promote the journal by finding potential contributors or peer reviewers, identifying conferences or conventions for the editors to attend, or simply endorsing the journal to colleagues. Editorial board members can also provide content by writing articles or editorials, and offer advice on submissions, but each journal has different policies on how much input a board member can have on final decisions.

Bureau chief

A bureau chief is a journalism professional who typically works in a senior capacity at a specific news bureau—a type of media office for gathering and disseminating news that’s sometimes specialized due to geographic location or subject. These professionals typically oversee reporting and production team members like reporters, editors, producers, photographers and videographers and coordinate their efforts. Bureau chiefs often perform tasks similar to reporters, such as investigating leads, conducting interviews, researching topics, writing news articles and editing pieces, on top of their supervisory and administrative duties.

In addition to adhering to outlet-specific guidelines when coordinating coverage, bureau chiefs hold responsibility for generating news coverage that maintains journalistic integrity and provides accurate information to the public. Therefore, these professionals must be able to develop a network of reliable contacts like government officials, researchers and specialists who can offer the best information possible. With these varied duties in mind, bureau chiefs often serve as newsroom managers and offer a high level of experience in reporting, correspondence, management and production that allows them to organize news coverage effectively.