Author, Reviewer and Publisher Responsibilities
- Keeping accurate records of data linked with their submitted manuscript using the Journal interface correctly, and supplying or providing access to these data on an acceptable time line. Depositing data in a proper repository or storage facility for sharing and future use by others, where acceptable and where permitted by the employer, funding body, and others who may have an interest;
- To be aware that article proposals must contain original material that has not been published in other journals; papers presented at international conferences may be accepted according to the usual Journal review procedure.
- To confirm that the submitted manuscript is not being considered or accepted for publication elsewhere. To acknowledge and cite those sources where elements of the information overlap with previously published or submitted content.
- To certify that all of the work in the submitted document is original, as well as to acknowledge and cite content taken from other sources. Obtaining authorization to duplicate content from other sources;
- Accept that they should react to the reviewers' critical observations, opinions, and ideas in a specific statement visible on the journal portal;
- Declare any potential conflicts of interest (for example, if the author has a competing interest (actual or apparent) that could be seen or viewed as exerting an undue influence on his or her duties at any step of the publication process);
- If a substantial error in a journal's or publisher's publication is discovered, tell the editor or publisher as soon as possible. To work with the editor and publisher to produce an erratum, addendum, corrigendum notice, or retract the paper if needed;
- All submitted papers are subjected to a rigorous peer-review procedure by at least two experts in the field, who will provide a recommendation to accept, reject, or change the work.
- Manuscript review is an important step in the publication process. The factors included in the review are relevance, significance, originality, readability, and language.
- Acceptance, acceptance with slight or large modifications, or rejection are all options.
- There is no guarantee that a revised contribution will be accepted if authors are encouraged to revise and resubmit it.
- After a paper has been accepted, the author should make no changes to it. If there is a compelling reason to make modifications, the author is required to directly advise the Editor of the nature of the planned change. Only the Editor has the final say on any such proposed adjustments.
- Authors must notify the Editor of any inaccuracies found in their published manuscript. When an author discovers a serious error or inaccuracy in his or her own published work, it is the author's responsibility to contact the journal Editor as soon as possible and help in retracting or correcting the manuscript.
- Rejected articles will not be evaluated again.
- The approval of the paper is limited by the legal criteria that will be in effect at the time regarding libel, copyright infringement, and plagiarism.
- There can be no more than one publication of the same research (Multiple, Redundant, or Concurrent Publications).
Reviewer Responsibilities :
- When writers submit their manuscripts, we may ask them to recommend suitable reviewers. When recommending reviewers, keep the following points in mind:
- Authors should not recommend reviewers with whom they have a conflict of interest, such as a close collaborator or colleague; and
- Recommendation reviewers should not be affiliated with the same institute as any of the authors named on the article.
- Wherever feasible, institutional email addresses should be provided for recommended reviewers.
- Both the Editorial Board and the Editor-in-Chief, on whose behalf it publishes, must guarantee that good practise adheres to the principles outlined above.