Wednesday, 21 June 2017

Ethics Policy

The editorial board of the journal expects the authors to submit  their original work without any trace of plagiarism.  Plagiarism would connote the unreferenced use of others' ideas, submission of a complete paper under 'new' authorship or even production of multiple papers with the same, or essentially the same, content by the same authors. The editorial board would view any instance of such plagiarism as unethical. Articles submitted are expected to bear the stamp of original research. In case, an article is found to have been plagiarized before publication, the editors would blacklist the author. If, on the other hand, an article is reported to have been plagiarized after its publication a notice with regard to the unethical conduct of author would be served by the editors.

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