Author/s should submit only original work following standard plagiarism guidelines legitimated to academic publication. If plagiarism is detected after submission or publication of article, it will be treated as violation of ethical norms for publication and corresponding author should take liability and consequences.Plagiarism (including self-plagiarism) may lead following consequences:
- This should be reported to editorial board and authors Institute / organization,
- This should be sent to publisher published same or similar paper,
- Paper will be retracted from journal for violating publication ethics and norms.
-All authors' name will be marked as black listed, and authors cannot submit further articles for next two years.
All the Editors, authors, and reviewers, within we agree upon standards of proper ethical behavior and accept the responsibility for fulfilling the following duties and responsibilities, as set by the COPE. Whenever possible complaints will be dealt with by the relevant member of the editorial staff. If that person cannot deal with the complaint he or she will refer it to the editor or the editor-in- charge.
Complaints that are not under the control of editorial staff will be sent to the relevant heads of department. All complaints will be acknowledged within fifteen days. If possible a full response will be made within four weeks. If this is not possible an interim response will be given within four weeks. Further interim responses will be provided until the complaint is resolved. If the complainant is not happy with the resolution he or she can ask for the complaint to be escalated to the individual's manager or to the executive editor. If the complainant remains unhappy, complaints should be escalated to the editor, whose decision is final.