Publication Ethics

It is fundamental for all gatherings either the author, the editor, and the reviewer to take after the underneath standard:

1. Responsibility of The Editor

Publication Judgement

The editor is authorized to select and publish the article. He has the right to accept or reject the paper or can request for revision. The Editor-in-Chief is answerable for judgment based on reviewers. For revision or error or any other correction, a notetification will be sent to the author.


No one has the right to disclose the information of a manuscript is submitted to the journal for review. The editor can only share that details with the reviewers and the publisher, but not with other editor or author. The data of submitted paper will be private.

Fair Play

The editor will evaluate the manuscript for their paper substance without regard to sexual orientation, religious conviction, citizenship and the rationality of authors.

Disclosure and conflict of interest

With no agreement of the author, their unpublished material that is uncovered in the original copy couldn't be utilized by editors for their research material.

2. Responsibility of The Author

Reporting standards

Data of quantitative statement should be represented precisely in the paper.

Data access and retention

During the review process, authors could be asked to submit the raw data of their related research and make it publically available.

Originality, plagiarism, and acknowledgment of sources

The author should ensure that the work have submitted is original and have no duplicity.

Multiple, redundant or concurrent publication

Submitting the same research paper in other journals may constitute the unethical publication or is unacceptable.

Authorship of the paper

Authorship of paper should be limited to those who have submitted the same manuscript in more than one journal.

Fundamental errors in published works

When authors come to know about their error in the published paper, it is their accountability to inform promptly to the publisher or request them to correct the inaccuracy or retract the paper.

Disclosure and conflicts of interest

Authors should include the statement in their manuscript that conversant assent was obtained for participants experiment process.

3. Responsibility of The Reviewer

Contribution to editorial decisions

This step of peer reviewing is essential, where the editors are responsible for taking a decision and giving a comment to the authors to make required modification on their submitted manuscript.


Reviewers selected by Editor-in-Chief to review the submitted paper in the journal found themselves unqualified for that particular purpose inform promptly to the editor and decline the invitation.


The editor needs to ensure that the material submitted is confidential during the review session by reviewers.

Standards of objectivity

Reviews should define objectively. No personal criticism is allowed.

Acknowledgment of sources

Reviewers are responsible for notifying the editor if any similarity or overlap is found between two manuscripts.

Disclosure and conflict of interest

Information in the manuscript that is not published by the author could not be used by the reviewers for their research work.