Ethics of Publication

1. Author’s Responsibilities

Recording Criteria: Authors should exactly present their original research, and discuss its significance. Documents are to be edited based on the provided submission guidelines.

Ownership of the Paper: Ownership must be restricted only to those who have made an important influence to apprehending, designing, implementing and understanding the submitted material. The corresponding author must also guarantee that all the authors and co-authors have perceived and accepted the final submitted version of the copy and their addition as co-authors.

Originality: Authors must confirm that their work is completely unique and original.

Redundancy: Authors should not simultaneously submit papers relating fundamentally the similar research. Submitting the similar paper to multiple journals creates unethical publishing conduct and is unacceptable.

Acknowledgement of Sources: Authors must acknowledge all the sources of data used in the research and cite publications that have inclined their research.

Errors in published works: Whenever an errors are occurred on submitted paper and identified by an author, the author must instantly inform the editor.

Retention of metadata: Authors must keep the related raw data and must provide it for editorial review, when asked for.

2. Editors’ Responsibilities

Publication Verdicts: Editors is responsible for everything published in the journal and should endeavour to meet the needs of authors and readers. Editor’s verdicts to accept or reject a paper for publication must depend on the reviews and importance of paper.

Review of Paper/Article: The editor should ensures that every article is first evaluated by the editor, may examine the novelty of the contents of the manuscript and guarantee the quality of the article they publish.

Fair-minded Review: Editors should endeavour to guarantee that peer review at their journal is unbiased, timely and fair. The editor ensures that each manuscript received is evaluated on its intellectual content without concern to authors’ gender, religion, citizenship, etc.

Confidentiality: The editor must not reveal any information about a submitted article to anyone except the corresponding author, reviewers, editorial advisers, and the publisher. The editor must guarantee that information about manuscripts submitted by the authors is kept confidential.

Expose and Clashes of Interest: Editors should need reviewers to reveal any possible competing interests before approving to review a submission.

3. Reviewers Responsibilities

Confidentiality: The reviewers must not disclose any information regarding submitted manuscripts. All submitted articles are to be treated as private information.

Acknowledgement of Sources: Reviewers need to make sure that authors have acknowledged all sources of data used in the research and should be convoyed by the relevant citation.

Principles of Subjectivity: Review of submitted manuscripts will be conducted accurately. The reviewers shall direct their views noticeably, with supportive advice. Individual criticism of the author is wrong.

Punctuality: If a reviewer considers as it is not possible for him/her to review the research reported in an article within the entitled guidelines, or within specified period, he/she must notify the editor, so that the precise and appropriate review can be guaranteed.

Conflict of Interest: All reviewers should have no conflict of interest with respect to the research, the authors and the funding bodies.

4. Modification of Published Paper

Papers published can be substituted if author(s) send an updated paper with request. Before accepting request and replace, an editorial board must talk with author(s) appropriately, and later at least two reviewers must validate the advances in the updated paper.