Publication Etiquettes & Ethics

IJournals (IJSHRE | IJSRC | IJRDPS | IJRBMS |IJRASCE) is committed to the idea of initiate, innovate and inspire through sharing of ideas and information to the scientific researching community and also to the society at large. It is mandatory for us to follow certain code of ethics and it is advices to adhere strictly to the following code of ethics which will enhance the quality of the published works heavily. This currently written code of ethics is focusing to provide guidance on the proper behaviour of editors, authors and reviewers in the process of scientific publication in any book or journal published by us.

For Editor

Researcher/Authors are advised to follow the following code of ethics strictly Submit manuscripts which are their original works or of the work they are associated with during their tenure. Submitted manuscripts should contain original and new results, data, and their ideas, which are not submitted for publishing to other publications or published elsewhere. Fabrication of data and results, intellectual property theft and plagiarism are highly unacceptable, it is beyond the ethics of an author.Information obtained via various media should be provided in the manuscript only with prior permission from the owner of the source of information or data. They should properly cite the work they are referring, authors are advised to cross check the reference before submission of manuscript. They may not promote in any form via any media to get their works published.No article should have an author who is not directly involved in the work for any means or reasons.

For Reviewer

Reviewer team is the major members contributing for the benefit of the journal being a peer reviewed (blind referee) journal they are insisted not to disclose their identity in any form. A reviewer should immediately decline to review an article submitted if he/she feels that the article is technically unqualified or if the timely review cannot be done by him/her or if the article has a conflict of interest. All submissions should be treated as confidential, editorial approval might be given for any outside persons advice received. No reviewer should pass on the article submitted to him/her for review to another reviewer in his own concern, it should be declined immediately. Reviewers being the base of the whole quality process should ensure that the articles published should be of high quality and original work. He may inform the editor if he finds the article submitted to him for review is under consideration in any other publication to his/her knowledge.A reviewers comment decides the acceptance or rejection of an article and they are one major element in a peer review process. All our reviewers are requested to go through the articles submitted to them for review in detail and give the review comments without any bias which will increase the quality of our journals.

For Authors

Original papers should report the work performed and the experiment data accurately, discuss its significance objectively, give experiment details enough to reproduce the research or experiment by others, and cite and list the references exactly according to the IJournals requirement and IJournals reference style.
• Data access and retention: The raw data of the research should be available even after the paper’s publication for at least ten years.
• Originality and Plagiarism: Only entirely original papers can be submitted to IJournals. All the work or words of others should be cited or quoted appropriately. Plagiarism and fraudulent date papers will not be considered for publication by IJournals.
• Multiple, redundant or concurrent publication: Papers should not be published in more than one journal. Submitting the same research in different languages and the under-review manuscripts to different journals are also unethical behaviour, which is unacceptable by IJournals.
• Sign the IJournals Copyright form and statement that all data in the article are real and authentic.
• Authorship of the paper: All authors should have significantly contributed to the research.
• Participate in the peer review process
• Ethics of experimentation: Approval from the relevant body is required for the studies, such as humans, animals, cell lines, field sampling, and potential biosafety implications.
• Disclosure and conflicts of Interest: All the financial support for the research should be disclosed.
• All authors are obliged to provide retractions or corrections of mistakes.
• Acknowledgement of sources

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IJSHRE: 5.717 (2017)

IJSRC: 6.807 (2017)


Paper Recieved: 20124

Total Authors: 15125

Accepted Paper: 9836