Introducing the new team, Puneet Chadha, Director at Redmark Editing, told that the editors recruited for dissertations are PhD holders, with subject matter expertise in various domains
(PRWEB) March 19, 2013
The leading editorial services provider for scholars, Redmarkediting, recently overhauled its team by inducting several new editors and proofreaders from across the world. The new team will be a separate unit and will concentrate on PhD dissertation Editing, the flagship service by the company.
Introducing the new team, Puneet Chadha, Director at Redmarkediting, told that the editors recruited for dissertations are PhD holders from Ivy league universities with subject matter expertise in various domains. This will help them to check validity issues and improve the overall quality of the content. Moreover, they are all native English editors, and are conversant with the style of writing that US colleges prefer. They also have thorough knowledge of the styles of editing adopted by US colleges, the prominent ones being APA, MLA and Turabian. Scholars will be able to interact directly with the editors to explain their requirements.
Earlier, there was a common team for taking care of all research documents like theses, journal articles, research papers, dissertations and proposals. However, looking at the high demand for dissertation editing service, the company decided to create a separate team for dissertations. Another reason behind this step is the complexity that doctoral dissertations present. These documents are written and presented at the highest academic level and can be challenging to edit. Having a focused team for this service will ensure that only PhD editors, qualified for the job, take up the projects. Thus, the company will be able to improve the quality of its service and get an edge over competitors.
Redmark Editing is a unit of Regent Research Writing Pvt. Ltd, and is based in New York, USA. More than 150 professionals are associated with the company. The team of editors and proof readers can be contacted at (718) 8785831. Scholars can also mail their documents for editing at contact (at) redmarkediting (dot) com.